Table 6 

Relative risk of having a high* healthy lifestyle score by educational mobility 

Unadjusted 
Adjusted 

RR 
(95% CI) 
pvalue 
RR 
(95% CI) 
pvalue 



Males 

Stable high 
1.00 
Reference 
1.00 
Reference 

Stable intermediate 
0.78 
(0.64, 0.94) 
0.009 
0.80 
(0.66, 0.97) 
0.022 
Stable low 
0.62 
(0.49, 0.78) 
<0.001 
0.64 
(0.50, 0.81) 
<0.001 
Downward 
0.83 
(0.70, 0.98) 
0.027 
0.84 
(0.72, 0.99) 
0.045 
Upward 
0.88 
(0.77, 1.01) 
0.070 
0.91 
(0.79, 1.04) 
0.167 
Females 

Stable high 
1.00 
Reference 
1.00 
Reference 

Stable intermediate 
0.79 
(0.69, 0.92) 
0.002 
0.81 
(0.70, 0.93) 
0.003 
Stable low 
0.84 
(0.74, 0.96) 
0.007 
0.87 
(0.77, 0.99) 
0.037 
Downward 
0.79 
(0.69, 0.89) 
<0.001 
0.81 
(0.71, 0.91) 
0.001 
Upward 
0.93 
(0.85, 1.01) 
0.080 
0.95 
(0.87, 1.03) 
0.209 


* high = scores 5 to 10 RR: relative risk, PR: prevalence ratio, CI: confidence interval Adjusted models include age and area of residence for both sexes RR were estimated using log binomial regression models Males, n = 918; females, n = 1033 

Gall et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:55 doi:10.1186/147124581055 