TABLE 2

Participants With Prehypertension, Hypertension, Any HBP, Borderline TC, High TC, Borderline LDL-C, High LDL-C, Low HDL-C, and High Triglycerides for All Participants and According to Gender and Ethnic Groups

All Students (N = 1717), %GenderRace/Ethnicity
Boys (n = 747), %Girls (n = 970), %PaWhite (n = 246), %Black (n = 377), %Hispanic/Latino (n = 856), %Native American (n = 44), %Other (n = 103), %bPa
Prehypertension12.814.111.8.2299.311.714.89.112.6.093
Hypertension13.818.010.5.006c11.014.915.09.110.7.751
Any HBP23.930.119.1.004c17.524.526.915.919.4.127
Borderline TC16.714.118.7.035c18.419.215.07.022.6.307
High TC4.04.63.5.2702.54.34.09.32.9.466
Borderline LDL-C10.59.011.6.13811.510.510.19.311.8.863
High LDL-C3.94.73.3.1324.14.63.011.64.9.347
Low HDL-C13.318.09.8.005c17.65.715.323.310.8.026c
High triglycerides17.219.715.3.08617.24.622.113.921.6.042c
  • a P values are from GEE models adjusted for the clustering of observations within schools.

  • b “Other” races were not included in the statistical models.

  • c Significant (P < .05) differences between groups.