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Table 3 Prospective relationships of walkability components with weight change (N = 910)

From: Associations of neighbourhood walkability indices with weight gain

  Coefficient (95% CI)
Net residential density 0.26 (− 0.14, 0.67)
Intersection density −0.13 (− 0.59, 0.32)
Land use mix 0.12 (− 0.26, 0.49)
Net retail area ratio 0.03 (−0.41, 0.46)
Gross population density 0.11 (−0.28, 0.51)
Street integration −0.31 (− 0.66, 0.05)†
  1. p ≤ 0.10
  2. All models accounted for clustering at the CCD level and adjusted for age, gender, educational attainment, work status, marital status, having children in the household, annual household income, car ownership, neighbourhood SES, and baseline weight. All exposure measures were standardized