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Table 4 Logistic regression analyses for overweight/obesity by shift work, for men and women in a representative sample of 8000 Italian workers

From: Gender differences and occupational factors for the risk of obesity in the Italian working population

Shift workModel 1 aModel 2 bModel 3 cModel 4 dModel 5 eModel 6 f
OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)
Males
 Yes1.16(0.99–1.36)1.25 h(1.06–1.46)1.19 g(1.01–1.40)1.19 g(1.01–1.40)1.18(1.00–1.38)1.18(1.00–1.39)
 NoRefRefRefRefRefRef
Females
 Yes1.32h(1.11–1.57)1.38h(1.16–1.64)1.32h(1.11–1.57)1.28h(1.07–1.53)1.28 h(1.07–1.53)1.25g(1.04–1.51)
 NoRefRefRefRefRefRef
  1. aUnadjusted; b adjusted for age; c adjusted for age, education; d adjusted for age, education, exposure to video display terminal (VDT) and health surveillance; e adjusted for age, education, exposure to VDT and health surveillance, exposure to work-related stress risk; f adjusted for age, education, exposure to VDT and health surveillance, exposure to work-related stress risk, diseases and chronic conditions; g = p < 0.05; h = p < 0.01