TABLE 3

Physical Health Indicators

Hearing/Vision (n = 91 410)Asthma (n = 91 378)Headaches (n = 63 996)Allergies (n = 91 341)Ear Infections (n = 91 547)Obesity (n = 44 083)Oral Health Problems (n = 86 465)
Never diagnosed with epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases20257765345725 4295265591817 627
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)2.4 (2.1–2.6)9 (8.5–9.4)5.2 (4.8–5.6)26.4 (25.7–27.1)6.2 (5.8–6.6)16.3 (15.4–17.3)22.8 (22.1–23.6)
Current epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases10296661977066151
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)22.2 (12.0–37.5)18.2 (12.1–26.3)13.9 (8.0–22.8)43.1 (34.0–52.7)10.5 (7.1–15.1)16.3 (10.2–25.0)31.7 (22.6–42.5)
Relative risk adjusteda (95% CI)7.96 (4.52–14.02)1.8 (1.26–2.57)2.33 (1.38–3.94)1.63 (1.32–2.02)1.99 (1.36–2.89)0.96 (0.63–1.46)1.35 (0.98–1.85)
Former epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. Cases4558511705452120
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)11 (7.2–16.5)13.6 (9.2–19.6)19.1 (12.1–28.9)38.3 (30.7–46.5)14.8 (9.2–23.0)24.8 (16.4–35.5)25.4 (18.4–33.9)
Relative risk adjusteda (95% CI)3.92 (2.50–6.15)1.35 (0.93–1.98)2.76 (1.91–3.97)1.35 (1.11–1.65)2.08 (1.39–3.11)1.29 (0.89–1.87)0.91 (0.68–1.21)
  • a Models include controls for household income, family structure, race/ethnicity, parent education, child age, and gender.