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Table 2 Relative-risk ratios and 95% confidence interval from logistic regression for the association between status and outcomes

From: Transition to retirement impact on health and lifestyle habits: analysis from a nationwide Italian cohort

Outcomes Exposeda
n. (%)
Unexposed
n. (%)
RRR 95% CI p-value
Health status change
No change 773 (47.3%) 844 (51.6%) 1.00   
Worsening 465 (28.4%) 448 (27.4%) 1.13 0.92–1.40 0.25
Improvement 397 (24.3%) 343 (21.0%) 1.26 1.02–1.58 0.04*
BMI
Underweight-normal (< 25) 762 (46.6%) 747 (45.7%) 1.00   
Overweight-obese (≥25) 873 (53.4%) 888 (54.3%) 0.96 0.81–1.15 0.68
Current smoker
No 1284 (78.8%) 1317 (81.4%) 1.00   
Yes 345 (21.2%) 301 (18.6%) 1.18 0.94–1.46 0.15
Sport habit
No 1022 (62.7%) 1124 (69.5%) 1.00   
Yes 608 (37.3%) 493 (30.5%) 1.36 1.12–1.64 < 0.01*
Physical functioning change
No change 1464 (89.5%) 1501 (91.8%) 1.00   
Worsening 91 (5.6%) 58 (3.5%) 1.62 1.09–2.40 0.02*
Improvement 80 (4.9%) 76 (4.7%) 1.08 0.73–1.61 0.71
  1. atransitioned to retirement
  2. RRR Relative-risk ratio, BMI Body mass index