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Table 2 Characteristics of the groups with good and poor/fair SRH

From: Are lifestyle factors significantly associated with self-rated health among Japanese female healthcare students?

  Total(n = 1101) Good SRH (n = 975) Poor/fair SRH (n = 126) p-value*
n (%) n (%) n (%)
Grade
 1–2 617 (56.0) 558 (90.4) 59 (9.6)  
  ≥ 3 484 (44.0) 417 (86.1) 67 (13.9) 0.027
Living status
 Living with others 812 (73.8) 726 (89.4) 86 (10.6)  
 Living alone 289 (26.2) 249 (86.1) 40 (13.9) 0.136
FBC
  < 6 days/week 367 (33.3) 310 (84.5) 57 (15.5)  
  ≥ 6 days/week 734 (66.7) 665 (90.6) 69 (9.4) 0.003
Smoking
 None 1083 (98.4) 964 (89.0) 119 (11.0)  
 Past smoker 12 (1.1) 7 (58.3) 5 (41.7)  
 Current smoker 6 (0.5) 4 (60.0) 2 (40.0) 0.001
Alcohol drinking
 None 820 (74.5) 731 (89.1) 89 (10.9)  
 A few times/month 182 (16.5) 160 (87.9) 22 (12.1)  
 A few times/week 91 (8.3) 78 (85.7) 13 (14.3)  
 Daily 8 (0.7) 6 (71.4) 2 (28.6) 0.470
UCLA activity score
  ≥ 5 points 285 (25.9) 265 (93.0) 20 (7.0)  
  < 5 points 816 (74.1) 710 (87.0) 106 (13.0) 0.006
AIS scores
 Non-insomnia group 872 (79.2) 813 (93.2) 59 (6.8)  
 Insomnia group 229 (20.8) 162 (70.7) 67 (29.3) < 0.0001
Physique recognition
 Want to be underweight 889 (80.7) 805 (90.6) 84 (9.4)  
 Want to be normal weight 207 (18.8) 167 (80.7) 40 (19.3)  
 Want to be overweight 5 (0.5) 3 (60.0) 2 (40.0) < 0.0001
  1. *Chi-square test was used. FBC frequency of breakfast consumption, UCLA University of California Los Angeles, AIS Athens Insomnia Scale, SRH self-rated health