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Table 3 Associations between case-level anxiety and depression, and dichotomous exposures in the birth journals

From: An investigation of factors identified at birth in relation to anxiety and depression in old age: the Hordaland Health Study (HUSK)

  Case-level anxiety (%) Controls (%) Age- and gender-adjusted OR (95% CI) Case-level depression (%) Controls (%) Age- and gender-adjusted OR (95% CI)
Mother’s condition after birth (% poor) 22.4 7.8 5.29 *** 7.9 10.1 1.00
    (2.30-12.19)    (0.28-3.54)
Tuberculosis in family (% yes) 8.6 11.2 0.69 5.3 11.4 0.42
    (0.25-1.85)    (0.10-1.81)
CVD in family (% yes) 10.3 11.8 0.93 2.6 12.5 0.18
    (0.37-2.34)    (0.02-1.34)
Mother’s condition at discharge (% poor) 36.2 21.0% 2.05 * 34.2 22.0 1.75
    (1.11-3.77)    (0.85-3.60)
Complications birth (% yes) 10.3 9.5 1.04 18.4 8.7 2.35
    (0.41-2.64)    (0.95-5.82)
Father’s occupation (% unskilled/manual) 55.2 60.1 0.75 76.3 57.6 2.36 *
    (0.42-1.32)    (1.08-5.15)
Unmarried (% yes) 8.6 3.2 2.50 7.9 3.5 2.23
    (0.81-7.75)    (0.59-8.42)
Teeth lower jaw a (% poor) 57.1 58.0 0.89 52.6 58.4 0.83
    (0.49-1.60)    (0.42-1.64)
Payment b (% not insurance) 59.1 56.7 1.08 62.5 56.4 1.21
    (0.54-2.16)    (0.55-2.66)
Number of diseases (>1) 25.9 30.8 0.76 31.6 29.9 1.11
    (0.40-1.47)    (0.53-2.31)
N 58 348 406 38 368 406
  1. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001.
  2. aN=394 (Males N=181 and females N=213).
  3. bN=289 (Males N=135 and females N=154).