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Table 3 Adjusted linear regression models between behavioral risk and protective factors and overall and cause-specific mortality rates in Brazilian capitals and Argentinean provinces

From: Temporal trends in behavioral risk and protective factors and their association with mortality rates: results from Brazil and Argentina

Brazil
  Overall
β (95% C.I.)
By Cancer
β (95% C.I.)
By CVD
β (95% C.I.)
Overall populationa
Consumption of F&V −0.07 (− 0.13; − 0.02) −0.88 (−1.85; 0.10) −1.64 (−3.38; 0.10)
  
Physical activity 0.00 (−0.09; 0.10) 0.28 (− 1.30; 1.85) − 0.08 (−2.90; 2.75)
Maleb
 Consumption of F&V −0.03 (− 0.09; 0.02) −0.36 (− 1.43; 0.70) −0.66 (− 2.47; 1.15)
 Physical activity − 0.02 (− 0.09; 0.06) 0.48 (− 1.00; 1.95) −0.84 (− 3.35; 1.66)
Femaleb
 Consumption of F&V −0.08 (− 0.14; − 0.03) −1.17 (− 2.09; − 0.25) −1.62 (− 3.26; 0.02)
 Physical activity −0.07 (− 0.15; 0.01) −0.76 (− 2.15; 0.62) 1.20 (−3.61; 1.21)
Argentina
  Overall
β (95% C.I.)
By Cancer
β (95% C.I.)
By NCD
β (95% C.I.)
Overall populationc
 Tobacco smoking −0.01 (−0.04; 0.02) − 0.19 (− 0.99; 0.62) −1.38 (−3.07; 0.32)
 Excessive alcohol consumption −0.01 (− 0.09; 0.07) 1.27 (− 0.77; 3.32) − 3.57 (−7.94; 0.80)
Malesd
 Tobacco smoking − 0.01 (− 0.04; 0.02) −0.39 (− 1.29; 0.51) − 2.96 (−5.97; 0.03)
 Excessive alcohol consumption − 0.01 (− 0.06; 0.05) 0.62 (− 1.03; 2.26) −6.09 (− 11.48; − 0.70)
Femalesd
 Tobacco smoking −0.04 (− 0.08; 0.00) −0.33 (− 1.08; 0.42) −2.55 (− 5.80; 0.69)
 Excessive alcohol consumption − 0.08 (− 0.25; 0.10) 1.11 (− 2.32; 4.55) −4.77 (− 19.96; 10.42)
  1. CVD cardiovascular diseases, F&V fruits and vegetables, 95% C.I 95% confidence interval
  2. aAdjusted for Human Development Index, education and gender distribution
  3. bAdjusted for Human Development Index and education
  4. cAdjusted for Human Development Index, education, age and gender distribution
  5. dAdjusted for Human Development Index and education and age