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Table 5 Logistic regression analysis of risk behavior on foodborne acute gastroenteritis

From: The correlation between family food handling behaviors and foodborne acute gastroenteritis: a community-oriented, population-based survey in Anhui, China

Factors B P Exp (B) (95%CI) Collinearity Statistics
Tolerance VIF
Residence     0.774 1.292
 urban Ref. Ref. Ref.   
 rural 1.041 < 0.001 2.832 (1.880–4.454)   
Gender     0.847 1.181
 male Ref. Ref. Ref.   
 female 2.082 < 0.001 8.019 (4.885–13.164)   
Often thoroughly heat milk before eating     0.752 1.329
 no 1.54 < 0.001 4.665 (2.526–8.617)   
 yes Ref. Ref. Ref.   
Often thoroughly heat leftovers stored in the refrigerator     0.752 1.33
 no 1.228 < 0.001 3.416 (2.139–5.454)   
 yes Ref. Ref. Ref.   
Often store leftovers in the refrigerator     0.783 1.276
 no 0.574 0.007 1.775 (1169–2696)   
 yes Ref. Ref. Ref.   
Often store raw and cooked meat in the same container     0.880 1.136
 no Ref. Ref. Ref.   
 yes 1.456 < 0.001 4.291 (2.722–6.765)   
Often thoroughly heat green beans before eating     0.818 1.222
 no 1.05 < 0.001 2.859 (1.798–4.545)   
 yes Ref. Ref. Ref.   
Often eat raw seafood     0.964 1.101
 no Ref. Ref. Ref.   
 yes 1.179 < 0.001 3.250 (2.136–4.946)   
Often eat outside the home     0.909 1.101
 no Ref. Ref. Ref.   
 yes 0.489 0.063 1.631 (0.973–2.734)   
Constant −7.316 < 0.001 0.001   
  1. Ref Reference, VIF Variance Inflation Factor