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Table 3 Association between sedentary behaviora/physical activityb and prevalence of dyslipidemia in primary school children

From: Associations of sedentary behavior and physical activity with physical measurements and dyslipidemia in school-age children: a cross-sectional study

  n Dyslipidemia in all children n(%) Adjusted OR of dyslipidemia in all children Adjusted OR of dyslipidemia in boys Adjusted OR of dyslipidemia in girls
SB
 Screen time
  Any item ≥1.0 h/day 315 43    
   model 1c    1.65 (1.01–2.71) 3.01 (1.51–5.98) 0.94 (0.41–2.18)
   model 2d    2.11 (1.11–3.99) 3.04 (1.24–7.45) 1.83 (0.64–5.29)
  All items <1.0 h/day (ref.) 465 42 ref. ref. ref.
 Other leisure time SB
  Either item ≥1.0 h/day 244 26    
   model 1c    0.90 (0.53–1.54) 1.39 (0.72–2.70) 0.51 (0.20–1.35)
   model 2d    1.01 (0.53–1.92) 1.19 (0.52–2.71) 0.89 (0.29–2.75)
  both items <1.0 h/day 536 60 ref. ref. ref.
 Total leisure time SB
  High (Any item ≥1.0 h/day) 439 51    
   model 1c    1.14 (0.68–1.92) 2.57 (1.20–5.50) 0.50 (0.22–1.15)
   model 2d    1.61 (0.80–3.26) 2.68 (0.95–7.61) 1.13 (0.36–3.51)
  Low (All items <1.0 h/day) 341 34 ref. ref. ref.
PA
 Leisure-time PA
   < 60 mins/week (lowest 25%) 149 19    
   model 1c    1.64 (0.90–2.97) 2.27 (1.11–4.64) 0.72 (0.20–2.66)
   model 2d    1.62 (0.89–2.96) 2.22 (1.08–4.56) 0.72 (0.20–2.65)
   ≥ 60 mins/week (highest 75%) 522 51 ref. ref. ref.
 School-time PA
   < 100 mins/week (lowest 25%) 122 21    
   model 1c    2.94 (1.26–6.88) 2.34 (0.80–6.87) 6.26 (1.21–32.42)
   model 2d    3.30 (1.39–7.84) 2.80 (0.93–8.44) 5.34 (1.18–24.16)
   ≥ 100 mins/week (highest 75%) 519 46 ref. ref. ref.
 Total PA (model 1c)
   < 200 mins/week (lowest 25%) 133 19    
   model 1c    1.86 (0.99–3.47) 2.79 (1.29–6.05) 0.80 (0.21–2.98)
   model 2d    1.85 (0.99–3.48) 2.78 (1.27–6.08) 0.80 (0.21–3.01)
   ≥ 200 mins/week (highest 75%) 426 36 ref. ref. ref.
  1. Significant difference between groups were marked in bold
  2. SB sedentary behavior, PA physical activity
  3. asedentary behavior includes screen time ( Watching TV; Watching video, VCD, or DVD; Using a computer; Using a cell phone) and other leisure time SB includes Reading, writing, drawing; Playing chess, playing with toys or dolls while sitting; and other sedentary behaviors
  4. bTotal PA includes leisure-time PA (running, swimming, riding bicycles, playing football, basketball, table tennis, badminton, dancing, climbing mountains, skating, rope skipping, playing hopscotch, rubber band skipping, beanbag games, other group games (chasing or romping), and other physical activities) and school-time PA (physical education classes and calisthenics during the break)
  5. cModel 1 was constructed by multilevel analysis (the individual level, class level, grade level, and investigation area level), adjusted for age, total energy intake per day, and family income
  6. dModel 2 was the same as Model 1, but additionally adjusted for PA when association for SB was examined, and vice versa