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Table 3 All-cause mortality rates per 10,000 person-years at risk with 95 % confidence interval and Hazard Ratios for all-cause mortality adjusted for age; n = 6 353; number of deaths = 579; follow-up on average 17 years

From: Women’s health in the Lund area (WHILA) - Alcohol consumption and all-cause mortality among women – a 17 year follow-up study

  All-cause mortality
Variable Level Rate 95 % CI HR 95 % CI
Education      
Low 75 65–87 1.50 1.22–1.79
Middle/High 47 43–52 1 Ref
Partnership status      
Married 47 43–52 1 Ref
Single/divorced/widow 70 62–81 1.50 1.26–1.77
Fitness      
Poor 77 66–91 1.65 1.37–1.99
Middle/Good 49 44–54 1 Ref
Smoking      
Non-smoker 43 38–49 1 Ref
Former smoker 50 42–61 1.20 0.97–1.50
Daily smoker 88 77–101 2.18 1.81–2.62
BMI      
Underweight 150 98–241 3.41 2.11–5.51
Normal 47 42–54 1 Ref
Overweight 52 46–60 1.06 0.88–1.27
Obese 73 60–88 1.46 1.16–1.83
Alcohol consumption (g/day)
  None 73 64–84 1.61 1.34–1.92
  0.1–11.9 36 31–41 1 Ref
  ≥12 65 53–80 1.59 1.25–2.01
Diabetes      
Yes 123 81–197 2.16 1.47–3.17
No 53 48–57 1 Ref
Ischemic heart disease (before screening) Yes 128 82–210 2.15 1.36–3.41
No 43 39–47 1 Ref