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Table 4 OR(95% CI) of obesity status of successful aging and its components in the Female 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 0.141(0.034–0.581)** 1.317(0.941–1.843) 1.041(0.656–1.651)
 Adjusted Modela 1.000 0.197(0.047–0.824)* 1.181(0.828–1.686) 0.942(0.578–1.534)
Absence of major disease
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.933(0.478–1.820) 0.724(0.500–1.048) 0.538(0.347–0.832)**
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.951(0.485–1.865) 0.716(0.493–1.038) 0.520(0.334–0.811)**
Freedom from disability
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.522(0.356–0.766)** 0.974(0.759–1.249) 0.640(0.473–0.867)**
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.568(0.384–0.839)** 0.902(0.700–1.162) 0.574(0.420–0.784)***
High cognitive function
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.459(0.287–0.735)** 1.357(1.090–1.688)** 1.315(0.989–1.749)
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.624(0.371–1.048) 1.240(0.956–1.607) 1.249(0.889–1.754)
No depressive symptoms
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.613(0.429–0.876)** 1.198(0.971–1.479) 1.365(1.031–1.807)*
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.645(0.450–0.925)* 1.153(0.932–1.427) 1.309(0.984–1.741)
Active social engagement in life
 Unadjusted Model 1.000 0.842(0.589–1.203) 0.965(0.786–1.185) 1.205(0.920–1.577)
 Adjusted Model 1.000 0.877(0.611–1.258) 0.946(0.768–1.164) 1.231(0.936–1.620)
  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