Table 4

Adjusted odds ratios for factors associated with ADHD classification, NSCH 2007
Variable ADHD
OR LCL UCL
BMI
Underweight 0.64* 0.43 0.95
Normal Ref Ref Ref
Overweight 1.05 0.81 1.36
Obese 1.06 0.81 1.39
Sex
Male 2.82* 2.26 3.52
Female Ref Ref Ref
Age 1.00 0.95 1.04
Depression
Yes 5.28* 3.65 7.64
No Ref Ref Ref
Anxiety
Yes 3.04* 2.20 4.19
No Ref Ref Ref
Race/Ethnicity
Non- Hispanic White Ref Ref Ref
Non-Hispanic Black 0.72* 0.53 0.98
Hispanic 0.65* 0.43 0.95
Other 0.78 0.54 1.14
Poverty
≤200% 1.07 0.84 1.37
>200% Ref Ref Ref
Family members’ smoking status
At least one member smokes 1.33* 1.08 1.64
No one smokes Ref Ref Ref
Highest level of Education in the household
Less than/High School Education Ref Ref Ref
More than High School Education 1.11 0.89 1.38
Family structure
Two parent -biological/step/adopted 0.70* 0.56 0.87
Other - single mother/father/other Ref Ref Ref
Healthcare coverage
Yes 1.45* 1.00 2.08
No Ref Ref Ref
Participation in Sports
Yes 0.80* 0.65 0.98
No Ref Ref Ref
Participation in Clubs
Yes 0.86 0.71 1.04
No Ref Ref Ref
Average computer usage during a weekday
≥1 hour 1.06 0.85 1.33
<1 hour Ref Ref Ref
Average TV usage during weekday
≥1 hour 1.32* 1.03 1.70
<1 hour Ref Ref Ref

* Significant association at 0.05 level.

OR: Odds Ratio; LCL: 95% Lower Confidence Limit; UCL: 95%Upper Confidence Limit; Ref: Reference Category.

Lingineni et al.

Lingineni et al. BMC Pediatrics 2012 12:50   doi:10.1186/1471-2431-12-50

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