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Table 1 Sociodemographic and mental health descriptors of assessed cases (N = 3912)

From: Family burden, family health and personal mental health

  No health problems in family (N = 1467 (46%)) Health problems in family (N = 1725 (54%))
Age; 18–64 years old 1179 (36.9%) 1412 (44.2%)
Age ; 65–98 years old 288 (9.0%) 313 (9.8%)
Sex; Male 696 (21.8%) 675 (21.1%)
Sex; Female 771 (24.2%) 1050 (32.9%)
Marital status: Married/cohabitating 783 (O = 24.5%) 1029 (32.2%)
Marital status: Divorced/separated/widowed 322 (O = 10.1%) 434 (13.6%)
Marital status: Never married 362 (11.3%) 262 (8.2%)
Education:0--11 years 245 (7.7%) 245 (7.7%)
Education: 12 years 493 (15.4%) 492 (15.4%)
Education: 1315 years 400 (12.5%) 491 (15.4%)
Education: 16 years or more 329 (22.4%) 497 (15.6%)
Household income; $0 to $59,082 566 (28.2%) 613 (30.5%)
Household income; $59,083 to $200,000 320 (15.9%) 510 (25.4%)
No mental health diagnosis 1067 (33.4%) 1065 (33.4%)
Mental health diagnosis 400 (12.5%) 660 (20.7%)