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Demographic Characteristics of Children With and Without Follow-up Weights and Heights in 1994
Six-Year Cumulative Incidence and Risk of Childhood Obesity According to Maternal BMI
P < .05;
P < .01;
P < .001.
↵† Statistical significance was assessed compared to the reference group by χ2 test.
↵‡ Risk adjusted for initial weight-for-height.
Six-Year Cumulative Incidence and Risk of Childhood Obesity According to Demographic and Socioeconomic Factors
P < .001.
↵† Statistical significance assessed compared to reference group by χ2 test.
↵‡ Risk adjusted for maternal BMI, initial weight-for-height Z score, gender, race, maternal education, marital status, family income, HOME cognitive score, and HOME emotional score.
Six-Year Cumulative Incidence of Childhood Obesity Stratified by Demographic and Socioeconomic Variables
There were no significant differences in incidence of obesity between low and medium HOME-cognitive scores among any of the groups analyzed. Differences in number of children in each subgroup reflect different response rates.
P < .05 High score vs low score;
P < .05 High score vs medium score;
P < .05 High score vs (low or medium score).
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