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Table 2 Associations 1 of childhood and current socioeconomic characteristics with odds of reporting doctor-diagnosed arthritis 2

From: Independent associations of childhood and current socioeconomic status with risk of self-reported doctor-diagnosed arthritis in a family-medicine cohort of North-Carolinians

  Adjusted for:
SES domains (N) Unadjusted Gender Gender, race Gender, race,age Gender, race, age, bmi
Education      
  Low current (459) 1.61 (1.29, 2.02) 1.60 (1.28, 2.01) 1.67 (1.34, 2.09) 1.62 (1.28, 2.05) 1.53 (1.19, 1.97)
  Low parental (605) 1.78 (1.36, 2.31) 1.75 (1.33, 2.31) 1.82 (1.39, 2.37) 1.37 (1.07, 1.76) 1.30 (1.01, 1.66)
Occupation      
  Low current (736) 1.48 (1.13, 1.93) 1.48 (1.13, 1.93) 1.51 (1.16, 1.97) 1.49 (1.11, 2.00) 1.49 (1.14, 1.94)
  Low parental (885) 1.20 (0.93, 1.56) 1.18 (0.90, 1.55) 1.21 (0.92, 1.60) 1.16 (0.89, 1.52) 1.06 (0.82, 1.38)
Homeownership      
  Low current (216) 1.02 (0.68, 1.54) 0.99 (0.65, 1.50) 1.02 (0.68, 1.55) 1.28 (0.81, 2.02) 1.27 (0.79, 2.03)
  Low parental (343) 1.58 (1.28, 1.95) 1.55 (1.26, 1.91) 1.57 (1.28, 1.93) 1.40 (1.17, 1.67) 1.29 (1.07, 1.56)
  1. Bolded results are significant at the 0.05 level.
  2. Socioeconomic domains included separately.
  3. 1Parameters are odds ratio (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI).
  4. 2Referent categories are respective high-SES alternatives.