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Table 8 Associations of initiating public transport and adiposity, after adjusting for physical activity

From: Associations of increases in public transport use with physical activity and adiposity in older adults

  Unadjusted at t1 (CI) Adjusted at t1 (CI) Unadjusted change t0 to t1 (CI) Adjusted change t0 to t1 (CI)
Body Mass Index (Coefficients in kg/m2)
 Men −0.71 (−1.31; − 0.11) −0.50 (− 1.09; 0.08) 0.02 (− 0.21; 0.25) 0.01 (− 0.21; 0.23)
 Women −2.04 (− 2.89; − 1.20) −1.67 (− 2.44; − 0.90) −0.24 (− 0.60; 0.13) −0.37 (− 0.76; 0.02)
Waist Circumference (Coefficients in centimetres)
 Men −2.36 (−3.99; − 0.73) −1.26 (− 2.83; 0.31) −0.59 (− 1.39; 0.21) −0.57 (− 1.40; 0.25)
 Women −4.72 (− 6.66; − 2.78) −3.18 (− 5.02; − 1.35) −0.88 (− 1.96; 0.20) −1.01 (− 2.15; 0.13)
  1. t0 = 2008/09 t1 = 2012/13
  2. Models adjusted for age (years); quadratic age; wealth group at t0; changes in wealth group t0 to t1; working status t0 to t1; household access to a car at t0 and t1; problems with Activities of Daily Living at t0 and t1; problems with mobility at t0 and t1; moving house between t0 and t1; and physical activity between t0 and t1
  3. Model 1: Unadjusted cross-sectional associations at follow up (t1; 2012/13)
  4. Model 2: Fully adjusted cross-sectional associations at follow up (t1; 2012/13)
  5. Model 3: Unadjusted cross-sectional associations at follow up (t1; 2012/13), controlled for baseline (t0; 2008/09) outcome
  6. Model 4: Fully adjusted cross-sectional associations at follow up (t1; 2012/13), controlled for baseline (t0; 2008/09) outcome
  7. CI Confidence Intervals
  8. bold denotes statistical significance at p< = 0.05