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Table 3 Association between screen time and obesity or overweight & obesity using multilevel models

From: Lifestyle factors associated with childhood obesity: a cross-sectional study in Shanghai, China

   Model A Model B Model C Model D Model E
   AOR (95% CI) P AOR (95% CI) P AOR (95% CI) P AOR (95% CI) P AOR (95% CI) P
Obesity Screen time (hrs./d)           
≤2 0.34(0.20-0.60) <0.01 0.35(0.20-0.62) <0.01 0.34(0.20-0.60) <0.01 0.36(0.21-0.63) <0.01 0.37(0.21-0.66) <0.01
2-3 0.41(0.20-0.84) 0.02 0.39(0.19-0.81) 0.01 0.40(0.19-0.82) 0.01 0.40(0.20-0.83) 0.02 0.38(0.18-0.79) 0.01
>3 (ref)           
Overweight & Obesity Screen time (hrs./d)           
≤2 0.62(0.38-0.99) <0.05 0.62(0.38-1.01) 0.05 0.62(0.38-0.99) <0.05 0.63(0.39-1.02) 0.06 0.63(0.39-1.03) 0.07
2-3 0.81(0.45-1.44) 0.45 0.80(0.45-1.42) 0.43 0.81(0.46-1.45) 0.46 0.81(0.45-1.44) 0.45 0.81(0.45-1.44) 0.45
>3 (ref)           
  1. Model A. adjusted for age, gender, household income, modes of travel to/from school;
  2. Model B. adjusted for those included in Model A + physical activity;
  3. Model C. adjusted for those included in Model A + snack and/or screen time;
  4. Model D. adjusted for those included in Model A + SSB;
  5. Model E. adjusted for those included in Model A + snack + SSB + physical activity.
  6. Bold numbers refer to P<0.05.