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Odds ratio and 95% CI for MetS by types of physical activity.

By Mu Chen (290262), Meian He (136245), Xinwen Min (290264), An Pan (36032), Xiaomin Zhang (136250), Ping Yao (290266), Xiulou Li (290267), Yuewei Liu (170474), Jing Yuan (217967), Weihong Chen (170472), Li Zhou (54356), Weimin Fang (290271), Yuan Liang (290273), Youjie Wang (290275), Xiaoping Miao (172046), Mingjian Lang (290277), Peng Zhang (2071), Dongfeng Li (192917), Huan Guo (102666), Handong Yang (290283), Frank B. Hu (127167) and Tangchun Wu (102779)

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a<p>Model 1: adjusted for age, sex, education levels. Physical activity subtypes were treated as bivariate and nonexercisers in the subtype were set as reference group.</p>b<p>Model 2: additionally adjusted for smoking, alcohol drinking, use of antihypertension drugs, aspirin, glucose lowering drugs and lipid-lowering drugs, family history of CVD, stroke and diabetes mellitus, and meat intake quintile, fruit and vegetable intake quintile, and consumption of nuts quintile.</p

Topics: Medicine, Genetics, Biotechnology, ci, mets, types
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0053258.t002
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/182386
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