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Table 5 Multi-level multivariable analysis of correlates of meeting the combined movement guidelines in children and adolescents

From: Prevalence and correlates of adherence to the combined movement guidelines among Czech children and adolescents

  Children
n = 355
  Adolescents
n = 324
n (%)a OR 95% CI p-value   n (%)a OR 95% CI p-value
PA + ST + SL      PA + ST + SL     
 Sex 328 (45) 0.4 0.1–0.9 0.037  School achievement 320 (66) 4.8 1.0–33.9 0.066
 Fruit and vegetable intake 328 (65) 2.2 0.9–5.6 0.079  Fruit and vegetable intake 320 (67) 5.1 1.1–36.0 0.057
 Paternal BMI 328 (27) 0.3 0.1–0.7 0.006      
PA + ST      PA + ST     
 Fruit and vegetable intake 325 (65) 2.0 1.1–3.8 0.034  Fruit and vegetable intake 285 (68) 2.9 1.2–7.3 0.019
 Paternal BMI 325 (28) 0.5 0.4–1.0 0.034  Organized PA 285 (43) 2.9 1.1–9.3 0.043
 Paternal education 325 (58) 2.8 1.5–5.4 0.002  Paternal BMI 285 (26) 0.4 0.2–1.1 0.066
PA + SLb PA + SL
 School achievement 335 (23) 2.1 0.8–5.4 0.131  Organized PA 323 (43) 3.0 0.9–13.4 0.096
 Organized PA 335 (28) 2.5 1.1–5.7 0.038  Active play 323 (43) 5.1 1.4–32.7 0.036
 Sleep efficiency 335 (40) 0.4 0.2–0.7 0.003      
 Unhealthy snacking 335 (58) 1.9 1.0–3.8 0.051      
ST + SL ST + SL
 School achievement 322 (23) 3.3 1.1–14.0 0.060  Sex 320 (43) 2.5 1.1–6.5 0.041
 Fruit and vegetable intake 322 (65) 2.7 1.3–5.5 0.006  School achievement 320 (66) 1.9 0.9–4.1 0.114
 Paternal BMI 322 (28) 0.4 0.2–0.8 0.009      
  1. AT Active travel, BMI Body mass index, CI Confidence interval, OR Odds ratio, PA Physical activity, SL Sleep, ST Screen time
  2. a Number of participants included in the model and their proportion in the reference category
  3. b Response variable was associated with school location; multi-level regression model was used