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Table 2 Results from stepwise multiple logistic regression

From: Increased body mass and depressive symptomatology are associated with hypercholesterolemia, among elderly individuals; results from the MEDIS study

Initial model   
  Odds ratio 95% confidence interval
Age (per 1 year) 0.89 0.77–1.02
Males vs. females 0.44 0.06–2.86
Body Mass Index (per 1 kg/m2) 1.10 0.92–1.32
Financial status (high vs. low) 0.60 0.24–1.45
MedDietScore (per 1 unit) 1.02 0.85–1.21
GDS (per 1 unit) 1.10 0.94–1.29
Hypertensive (y/n) 0.86 0.17–4.29
Diabetes (y/n) 1.08 0.15–7.64
Education level (per 1 year of school) 0.97 0.76–1.25
Physical activity (y/n) 0.54 0.11–2.61
Smoking (y/n) 0.97 0.91–1.03
Final model   
Age (per 1 year) 0.90 0.81–1.01
Body Mass Index (per 1 kg/m2) 1.13 0.98–1.30
GDS (per 1 unit) 1.14 0.99–1.31