Table 5

Odds Ratios predicting prevalence of Diabetes on the basis of measured, self-reported and adjusted self-reported (SR) BMI scores with a standard set of covariatesa

NHANES 2001-2006:


Odds Ratio

Standard Error

P-value


Model 1:


Measured BMI

1.209

0.038

0.00


(Measured BMI)2

0.999

0.0004

0.00


Model 2:


Self reported BMI

1.242

0.035

0.00


(Self reported BMI)2

0.998

0.0004

0.00


Model 3:


Adjusted SR BMI

1.198

0.039

0.00


(Adjusted SR BMI)2

0.999

0.0005

0.00


NHIS 2001-2006:


Odds Ratio

Standard Error

P-value


Model 2:


Self reported BMI

1.268

0.017

0.00


(Self reported BMI)2

0.998

0.0002

0.00


Model 3:


Adjusted SR BMI

1.207

0.020

0.00


(Adjusted SR BMI)2

0.999

0.0002

0.00


a Adjusted odds ratios are based on multivariate logistic regression models with the following set of covariates in the models: gender, age, education, race/ethnicity and household income

Stommel and Schoenborn BMC Public Health 2009 9:421   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-9-421

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