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Table 3 Perceived urban violence on health self-assessment in each of the hierarchical models for all, females and males participants for 955 young adults (18-29 years). Belo Horizonte Health Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008–2009

From: Self-rated health and perceived violence in the neighborhood is heterogeneous between young women and men

Models SRH Total OR (95% CI) SRH Females OR (95% CI) SRH Males OR (95% CI)
Model 1 1,40 (1,05-1,87) 1,46 (0,99-2,16) 1,27 (0,79-2,03)
Model 2 1,37 (1,02-1,84) 1,47 (1,00-2,17) 1,15 (0,72-1,83)
Model 3 1,38 (1,03-1,86) 1,54 (1,06-2,25) 1,15 (0,71-1,85)
Model 4 1,28 (0,96-1,71) 1,47 (1,04-2,09) 1,05 (0,64-1,73)
Model 5 1,27 (0,94-1,72) 1,47 (1,02-2,12) 1,02 (0,59-1,75)
Model 6 1,28 (0,94-1,74) 1,52 (1,04-2,21) 0,94 (0,52-1,68)
  1. Model 1: Urban Violence Perceived Score
  2. Model 2: Model 1 plus years residing in the neighborhood
  3. Model 3: Model 2 plus age, sex (for all participants only) and marital status
  4. Model 4: Model 3 plus schooling and socioeconomic position score
  5. Model 5: Model 4 plus alcohol consumption, smoking, healthy diet and physical activity
  6. Model 6: Model 5 plus satisfied with his/her own weight and reporting of chronic diseases