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Table 3 Odds Ratios for overweight (obesity inclusive) by sex, age groups, and urbanization levels among 11,137 children aged 5 to 12 years, Analysis conducted from the National Nutrition Survey (ENSIN) Colombia. 2005

From: Television viewing and its association with overweight in Colombian children: results from the 2005 National Nutrition Survey: A cross sectional study

Television viewing exposure levels   Adjusted OR 95% CI p
a Total population    
  < 2 hrs/day 1.00 Referent  
  2 – 3.9 hrs/day 1.44 (1.41–1.47) < 0.001
  ≥ 4 hrs/day 1.32 (1.30–1.34) < 0.001
b All males    
  < 2 hrs/day 1.00 Referent  
  2 -3.9 hrs/day 1.51 (1.46–1.56) < 0.001
  ≥4 hrs/day 1.38 (1.34–1.42) < 0.001
b All females    
  < 2 hrs/day 1.00 Referent  
  2 -3.9 hrs/day 1.39 (1.34–1.44) < 0.001
  ≥ 4 hrs/day 1.29 (1.26–1.32) < 0.001
c All children aged 5 to 8 ys    
  < 2 hrs/day 1.00 Referent  
  2 -3.9 hrs/day 1.19 (1.15–1.22) < 0.001
  ≥ 4 hrs/day 1.32 (1.29–1.36) < 0.001
c All children aged 9 to 12 ys    
  < 2 hrs/day 1.00 Referent  
  2 -3.9 hrs/day 1.78 (1.73–1.84) < 0.001
  ≥ 4 hrs/day 1.40 (1.36–1.43) < 0.001
d Level I (rural and urban areas with 10000 inhabitants or less)    
  < 2 hrs/day 1.00 Referent  
  2 -3.9 hrs/day 1.29 (1.24–1.34) < 0.001
  ≥ 4 hrs/day 1.49 (1.46–1.52) < 0.001
d Level II to IV (10001 inhabitants and more)    
  < 2 hrs/day 1.00 Referent  
  2 -3.9 hrs/day 1.56 (1.53–1.60) < 0.001
  ≥ 4 hrs/day 1.26 (1.24–1.29) < 0.001
  1. a Adjusted by sex, age groups, SES and urbanization levels.
  2. b Adjusted by age groups, SES and urbanization levels.
  3. c Adjusted by sex, SES and urbanization levels.
  4. d Adjusted by sex, age groups and SES.