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Table 3 The multiple logistic regression analysis of energy-adjusted folate intake as to with or without depressive mood

From: Folate intake and depressive symptoms in Japanese workers considering SES and job stress factors: J-HOPE study

  Odds Ratio [95% CI] P value
Age (year) 0.971 [0.958-0.985] <0.001**
Sex (male = 1, female = 2) 0.821 [0.570-1.182] 0.288
Job stress scores
Job Strain 1.096 [1.065-1.128] <0.001**
Worksite Support 0.837 [0.786-0.891] <0.001**
SES factors
Years of education (year) 0.985 [0.938-1.033] 0.528
Management position (others = 0, manager = 1) 0.916 [0.665-1.261] 0.590
Annual household income (million yen/year) 0.980 [0.937-1.025] 0.382
Energy-adjusted folate intake (100 μg/1000 kcal·day) 0.813 [0.664-0.994] 0.044*
Constant 13.432 <0.001**
  1. Depressive symptom is defined as K6 score ≥9 in a 24-scoring system. CI indicates confidence interval. P for model <0.001.
  2. *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01.