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Table. 2.

Odds ratios and 95% confidence interval for osteoporosis according to mental health status

Univariate Multivariatea
OR 95% CI P-value OR 95% CI P-value
Subjective health status Bad 3.12 2.24–4.35 <0.001 2.26 1.59–3.21 <0.001
Moderate 1.52 1.11–2.08 0.009 1.32 0.96–1.81 0.091
Good 1 1
Stress perception High 1.04 0.81–1.32 0.781 1.10 0.86–1.41 0.444
Low 1 1
Depression Yes 1.77 1.27–2.47 0.001 1.44 1.03–2.02 0.032
No 1 1
Suicidal plans Yes 1.36 0.72–2.57 0.337 1.12 0.56–2.23 0.750
No 1 1

Subjective health status: Bad (including ‘very bad’ and ‘bad’)/Moderate/Good (including ‘very good’ and ‘good’). Stress perception: High (high or very high stress)/Low (none or some stress). Depression: Yes (PHQ-9≥10), No (PHQ-9<10).

OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; PHQ-9, Patient Health Questionnaire-9.

aAdjusted for age, household income quartile, education level, marital status, economic activity, smoking status, frequency of drinking, aerobic exercise, strength exercise, body mass index, oral contraceptives, hypertension, diabetes mellitus.

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