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Table 3 Relationship between diabetes and individual characteristics on univariate analysis

From: Prevalence, risk factors and co-morbidities of diabetes among adults in rural Saskatchewan: the influence of farm residence and agriculture-related exposures

PARAMETER DIABETES PREVALENCE (%) ODDS RATIO (95% Confidence intervals) PARAMETER DIABETES PREVALENCE (%) ODDS RATIO (95% Confidence intervals)
Sex    Location of Home   
Male 10.0 1.27 (1.10, 1.48) Farm 6.9 0.62 (0.52, 0.73)
Female 8.1 1.00 (ref) Non-Farm 10.7 1.00 (ref)
Age    Family History   
18-45 years 2.4 1.00 (ref) Dad diabetic   
46-55 years 6.3 2.75 (1.93, 3.92) Yes 16.0 2.42 (1.99, 2.93)
56-65 years 10.7 4.85 (3.46, 6.80) No 7.2 1.00 (ref)
>65 years 15.7 7.52 (5.44, 10.39) Mom diabetic   
Marital Status    Yes 20.1 3.52 (2.94, 4.21)
Married 9.2 1.55 (1.07, 2.23) No 6.6 1.00 (ref)
Common law 5.6 0.90 (0.49, 1.64) Both diabetic   
Widowed 12.6 2.19 (1.42, 3.40) Yes 29.5 4.80 (3.41, 6.77)
Divorced/separated 9.8 1.66 (0.97, 2.87) No 7.9 1.00 (ref)
Never married 6.1 1.00 (ref) Farm Age 0-1   
Education Attained    Yes 9.5 1.19 (1.00, 1.41)
<High school 14.4 2.24 (1.81, 2.77) No 8.0 1.00 (ref)
High school 8.4 1.24 (1.00, 1.54) Mom Smoked   
University 4.9 0.71 (0.50, 1.01) Yes (pregnancy) 8.4 0.94 (0.75, 1.18)
Other post-2nd 6.9 1.00 (ref) Do not know 10.4 1.16 (0.92, 1.48)
Income Adequacy [6]    No (pregnancy) 9.0 1.00 (ref)
Lowest 17.2 3.26 (2.06, 4.70) Birth Weight   
Lower middle 13.2 2.37 (1.87, 2.99) Don’t know 10.7 1.55 (1.30, 1.85)
Upper middle 10.3 1.79 (1.45, 2.20) <2500 g 10.7 1.57 (1.11, 2.20)
Highest 6.0 1.00 (ref) 2500-3999 g 7.1 1.00 (ref)
Quadrant (Region)    >= 4000 g 7.3 1.04 (0.73, 1.48)
Southwest 8.7 1.09 (0.86, 1.39) Breastfed   
Southeast 8.9 1.13 (0.90, 1.43) Yes 9.1 1.31 (1.07, 1.60)
Northeast 10.4 1.33 (1.08, 1.64) Don’t know 10.8 1.56 (1.26, 1.94)
Northwest 8.0 1.00 (ref) No 7.1 1.00 (ref)