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Table 4 Adjusted models of prevalent diabetes mellitus, by acculturation among Latinos and among US-born blacks and whites.

From: Generational status and duration of residence predict diabetes prevalence among Latinos: the California Men's Health Study

   Model 1: Age-Adjusted Model 2: Age, SES-Adjusted Model 3: Full Model
  N OR (95% CI) Ptrend OR (95% CI) Ptrend OR (95% CI) Ptrend
US-born
Whites
  1.0 (reference) < 0.0001 1.0 < 0.0001 1.0 < 0.0001
US-born
Blacks
Latinos
  2.37 (2.21, 2.53)   2.12 (1.97, 2.27)   1.82 (1.68, 1.96)  
   ≤ 10 y, imm 174 1.44 (0.91, 2.28)   1.15 (0.72, 1.83)   1.30 (0.81, 2.10)  
   11-15 y imm 309 1.73 (1.24, 2.41)   1.42 (1.01, 1.99)   1.47 (1.03, 2.09)  
   16-25 y imm 1189 2.17 (1.85, 2.54)   1.63 (1.37, 1.92)   1.81 (1.51, 2.15)  
   > 25 y imm 3538 2.26 (2.07, 2.46)   1.80 (1.63, 1.98)   2.04 (1.84, 2.26)  
   US-born 6602 2.66 (2.49, 2.83)   2.32 (2.17, 2.49)   2.17 (2.03, 2.33)  
  1. Model 1 adjusts for age. Model 2 adjusts for age, income, and educational attainment. Model 3 (Full Multivariate Model) adjusts for age, income, educational attainment, body mass index, physical activity, alcohol consumption, total calories, and % of total calories from fat. Imm: immigrant.
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