TABLE 2

Binary Logistic Regression Explaining Hookah Use in the Last 12 Months

Recent Use (n = 1038) (No Recent Use = Comparison)
AOR95% CI
Gender
 Male1.00
 Female0.810.67–0.98
Age, y
 <181.00
 ≥181.090.90–1.32
Race
 White1.00
 Black0.270.17–0.41
 Hispanic0.810.58–1.12
Population density
 Non-MSA1.00
 Small MSA2.672.04–3.49
 Large MSA2.641.95–3.56
Religiosity
 Low1.00
 Moderate1.120.84–1.49
 High0.940.70–1.27
Family structure
 0 parents1.00
 1 parent1.070.72–1.60
 2 parents1.290.87–1.90
Parent education
 Low1.00
 Moderate1.331.03–1.73
 High1.581.24–2.02
Weekly income from job
 ≤$101.00
 $11–$501.220.90–1.64
 ≥$511.261.02–1.56
Weekly income from other source
 ≤$101.00
 $11–$501.351.10–1.67
 ≥$511.100.81–1.49
Cigarette smoking
 Never smoked1.00
 Smoked once or twice2.221.69–2.91
 Smoked regularly in the past2.451.66–3.61
 Smoke occasionally4.193.03–5.78
 Smoke regularly5.123.61–7.26
Lifetime alcohol use
 No1.00
 Yes3.342.12–5.25
Lifetime marijuana use
 No1.00
 Yes4.483.38–5.94
Lifetime use of other illicit substances
 No1.00
 Yes1.531.22–1.92
  • The reference group consists of non–hookah users (n = 4502). AORs are adjusted odds ratios because all other variables were controlled in the multivariable model. The model included a cohort indicator and missing data indicators for race and religiosity. MSA, metropolitan statistical area.