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Table 2 NHANES Lipid Data (Age-Matched Nationally Representative Population), Years 2003-16

From: Screening and socioeconomic associations of dyslipidemia in young adults

Average 2003-16 NHANES Lipid Values by Race, Gender, and Incomeb,c
 N: 4370Total CholesterolHDL-CaN: 2221Triglyceride
Race
 Caucasian1610172.7 (171.1, 174.4)47.0 (46.0, 48.0)781106.3 (101.1, 111.5)
 African-American1137168.8 (167.0, 170.6)50.6 (49.3, 51.8)57575.3 (71.7, 79.0)
 Mexican771170.4 (168.1, 172.6)48.1 (46.8, 49.4)400110.6 (103.7, 117.4)
 Hispanic333167.9 (164.3, 171.4)48.1 (46.2, 50.0)181104.0 (94.8, 113.1)
 Others519172.8 (169.9, 175.6)50.0 (48.3, 51.6)28490.2 (84.0, 96.5)
Income
 High745171.6 (169.3, 174.0)47.0 (45.6, 48.5)40899.5 (94.1, 104.9)
 Medium1521172.0 (170.5, 173.6)48.1 (47.2, 49.0)79297.9 (93.9, 101.8)
 Low1902171.2 (169.6, 172.9)48.3 (47.3, 49.3)1021105.4 (99.6, 111.2)
Gender
 Female2304174.5 (173.1, 175.9)51.6 (50.8, 52.5)118793.8 (90.2, 97.5)
 Male2066168.8 (167.4, 170.1)44.1 (43.3, 44.9)1034107.4 (103.0, 111.9)
  1. aHDL-C High-Density Lipoprotein
  2. bAll data measured in milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) and are available from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Data are presented as means followed by 95% confidence interval in parentheses. As in Table 1, adjustment is made for race, gender, financial need status, athletic participation and Age. P-Values less than 0.05 are considered significant and underlined and bolded
  3. cPost-hoc multiple pair-wise comparison using Tukey’s adjustment
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