TABLE 3

Participants With High Prehypertension, Hypertension, Any HBP, Borderline TC, High TC, Borderline LDL-C, High LDL-C, Low HDL-C, and High Triglycerides for Normal Weight, at Risk of Overweight, and Overweight Participants for all Participants and According to Gender

BMI, All StudentsBMI, BoysBMI, Girls
<85th Percentile (n = 875), %85–94th Percentile (n = 339), %≥95th Percentile (n = 496), %Pa<85th Percentile (n = 364), %85–94th Percentile (n = 143), %≥95th Percentile (n = 236), %Pa<85th Percentile (n = 511), %85–94th Percentile (n = 196), %≥95th Percentile (n = 260), %Pa
Prehypertension8.613.619.8.006b9.618.918.5.009b7.89.720.9.021b
Hypertension6.915.924.6.020b9.625.926.6.030b4.98.722.9.010b
Any HBP14.227.139.1.007b18.142.042.0.008b11.416.336.4.009b
Borderline TC14.217.520.6.037b8.017.521.7.022b18.617.519.7.858
High TC3.13.16.2.1711.84.49.2.020b4.02.13.6.135
Borderline LDL-C7.812.014.2.015b3.911.715.7.011b10.712.212.9.588
High LDL-C2.53.76.7.1702.42.99.7.1072.54.24.0.391
Low HDL-C6.315.324.5.019b10.119.030.0.025b3.612.720.0.028b
High triglycerides9.116.931.8.012b9.218.337.3.015b9.015.926.9.040b
  • a P values are from GEE models adjusted for the clustering of observations within schools.

  • b Statistically significant (P < .05) differences between groups.