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Table 3 OR(95% CI) of obesity status of successful aging and its components in the Male elderly population

From: Association between obesity status and successful aging among older people in China: evidence from CHARLS

Successful aging Obesity status (OR (95% CI))
Normal Underweight Overweight Obese
Successful aging
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.608(0.342–1.081) 1.586(1.243–2.025)*** 2.231(1.573–3.165)***
 Adjusted Modela 1.000 0.701(0.387–1.269) 1.172(0.902–1.522) 1.587(1.087–2.316)*
Absence of major disease
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.612(0.336–1.114) 1.000(0.675–1.481) 0.506(0.309–0.830)**
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.616(0.335–1.134) 1.184(0.790–1.776) 0.653(0.391–1.092)
Freedom from disability
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.939(0.584–1.510) 1.053(0.806–1.377) 0.938(0.622–1.415)
 Adjusted Model 1.000 1.135(0.699–1.844) 0.952(0.720–1.260) 0.826(0.538–1.268)
High cognitive function
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.706(0.492–1.012) 1.596(1.310–1.946)*** 1.754(1.277–2.410)**
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.786(0.528–1.170) 1.171(0.938–1.461) 1.201(0.841–1.715)
No depressive symptoms
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.665(0.458–0.963)* 1.351(1.075–1.697)* 2.318(1.512–3.554)***
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.727(0.499–1.061) 1.171(0.925–1.484) 1.979(1.278–3.063)**
Active social engagement in life
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.947(0.663–1.353) 1.298(1.068–1.577)** 1.325(0.974–1.804)
 Adjusted Model 1.000 1.024(0.711–1.474) 1.150(0.937–1.410) 1.160(0.840–1.602)
  1. aAdjusted for age, marital status, education level, community type, smoking, drinking. *p < 0.05;**p < 0.01;***p < 0.001. OR Odds ratio, CI confidence interval