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Table 2 Odds ratio (OR) and 95% confidence interval (CI) for middle and short sleep duration according to food intake among children aged 6–17 years in China

From: Short sleep duration is associated with specific food intake increase among school-aged children in China: a national cross-sectional study

  LSD (n = 24,090) MSD (n = 29,361) SSD (n = 9066)
  Model 1a Model 2b Model 1a Model 2b
Sugar beverage 1 1.08(1.04–1.12)* 1.12(1.04–1.21)* 1.20(1.15–1.26)* 1.29(1.19–1.40)*
Vegetable 1 0.96(0.94–0.98)* 0.96(0.93–0.98)* 0.97(0.95–0.99)* 0.94(0.90–0.98)*
meat 1 0.99(0.97–1.01) 1.01(0.97–1.05) 0.97(0.95–1.00) 1.00(0.95–1.06)
Fruit 1 0.91(0.89–0.93)* 0.93(0.89–0.97)* 0.91(0.88–0.94)* 0.94(0.88–0.99)*
  1. LSD Long sleep duration, MSD Middle sleep duration, SSD Short sleep duration
  2. a. Adjusted for age, gender
  3. b. Additionally adjusted for intensive physical activity, moderate physical activity, walking, sedentary behaviour, education level of mother and household income per month
  4. * P < 0.05, compared with children with LSD