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Table 3 Crude and adjusted** associations between health risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and mental health conditions and sexual assault status among women, Kansas BRFSS 2011

From: Relationships between sexual violence and chronic disease: a cross-sectional study

  Crude Adjusted**
  PRR 95% CI PRR** 95% CI
Health Risk Behaviors     
 Heavy drinking 2.79 1.12-6.86 2.88 1.49-5.56
 Binge drinking 1.56 0.93-2.61 1.79 1.23-2.62
 Obesity 1.08 0.93-1.26 1.04 0.90-1.20
 Current smoking 2.45 1.92-3.14 1.82 1.44-2.32
 No physical activity 0.94 0.73-1.22 0.95 0.72-1.25
 High cholesterol 1.33 1.12-1.57 1.18 1.01-1.37
 Hypertension 0.94 0.75-1.18 0.99 0.84-1.17
 HIV risk factors 2.98 1.04-8.54 1.28 0.64-2.55
 No doctor check-up 1.19 0.92-1.54 1.13 0.86-1.49
Chronic Health Conditions     
 Disability 2.07 1.72-2.49 2.06 1.72-2.47
 Heart disease 1.39 0.88-2.20 1.74 1.05-2.89
 Diabetes 1.28 0.88-1.87 1.23 0.88-1.72
 Cancer 1.60 1.07-2.40 1.43 0.91-2.24
 Stroke 1.75 0.97-3.17 2.24 1.15-4.37
 Current asthma 2.47 1.68-3.64 2.26 1.59-3.21
Mental Health Conditions     
 Depression 2.83 2.30-3.47 2.32 1.87-2.88
 Anxiety 2.65 2.02-3.49 1.90 1.48-2.67
 Suicide ideation 5.36 3.11-9.23 3.64 2.20-6.00
  1. PRR = prevalence rate ratio.
  2. **Annual Household Income, Education, Martial Status, Age, Race/ Ethnicity, & Health Insurance.