Table 5

Hazard Ratio (HR) and 95% Confidence Intervals (CI) for risk of all-cause, cancer-specific, and circulatory death, stratified by race/ethnicity
Total
     All-cause      Cancer      Circulatory
HR 95%CI HR 95%CI HR 95%CI
Non-Hispanic white
Score=0 1.00 Ref 1.00 Ref 1.00 Ref
Score=1 1.17 1.04, 1.31 1.03 0.83, 1.28 1.31 1.09, 1.57
Score=2 1.98 1.64, 2.39 1.25 0.88, 1.99 2.44 1.70, 3.03
Score=3 3.11 2.31, 4.19 1.39 0.88, 2.18 3.43 1.62, 7.26
Score=4 9.51 6.40, 14.14 7.80 5.09, 11.95 10.50 5.38, 20.47
P for trend <0.001 0.154 <0.001
Non-Hispanic black
Score=0 1.00 Ref 1.00 Ref 1.00 Ref
Score=1 1.45 1.23, 1.71 1.53 1.09, 2.15 1.30 1.04, 1.61
Score=2 1.77 1.38, 2.26 1.42 0.89, 2.29 1.49 1.02, 2.16
Score=3 4.86 3.38, 6.99 6.76 3.64, 12.55 3.19 1.77, 5.76
Score=4 3.76 1.41, 10.04 4.39 0.75, 25.52 2.46 0.46, 13.21
P for trend <0.001 <0.001 0.001
Mexican American
Score=0 1.00 Ref 1.00 Ref 1.00 Ref
Score=1 1.04 0.85, 1.27 0.55 0.26, 1.14 1.15 0.80, 1.65
Score=2 1.31 0.87, 1.98 0.47 1.19, 1.16 1.35 0.86, 2.10
Score=3 3.65 1.93, 6.89 3.40 0.95, 12.11 2.72 1.34, 5.52
Score=4 11.79 5.85, 23.78 14.45 6.17, 33.84
P for trend 0.002 0.356 0.007

All models were adjusted for age, gender, poverty to income ratio, smoking behavior, alcohol consumption, vigorous physical activity, Charlson Comorbidity Index, and BMI.

Van Hemelrijck et al.

Van Hemelrijck et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:895   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-895

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