Korean Journal of Family Practice

Table. 3.

Association between eating with others and health screening per household type

Variable Health screening (Yes)
Living alone P-value Living with others P-value
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Eating with others Yes 1.606 1.034–2.496 0.035 0.990 0.625–1.567 0.965
No 1 1
Sex Male 1.066 0.425–2.675 0.892 1.478 0.971–2.249 0.068
Female 1 1
Age (y) ≥75 0.597 0.374–0.953 0.031 0.447 0.334–0.597 <0.001
65–74 1 1
Occupation Employed 1.266 0.784–2.045 0.334 1.155 0.860–1.553 0.338
Unemployed 1 1
Alcohol consumption Yes 1.480 0.932–2.351 0.096 1.379 1.004–1.893 0.047
No 1 1
Smoking Yes 0.989 0.420–2.329 0.980 0.691 0.463–1.030 0.069
No 1 1
Chronic disease Yes 0.582 0.315–1.075 0.083 1.533 1.070–2.198 0.020
No 1 1
Body mass index ≥25 0.622 0.426–0.908 0.014 0.895 0.703–1.141 0.371
18.5–24.9 0.533 0.125–2.284 0.396 0.734 0.353–1.528 0.408
<18.5 1 1
Self-rated health Bad 1.014 0.643–1.600 0.952 0.986 0.740–1.315 0.926
Good–Moderate 1 1
Aerobic exercise No 0.562 0.325–0.970 0.038 0.978 0.743–1.287 0.872
Yes 1 1
Average sleep hours (d) ≥7 hr 1.050 0.651–1.694 0.842 0.908 0.679–1.213 0.513
<7 hr 1 1
Insurance NHI 1.608 0.887–2.916 0.117 1.477 0.792–2.754 0.219
MAP 1 1

OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; NHI, National Health Insurance; MAP, Medical Aid Program.

Multiple logistic regression analysis adjusted for sex, age, occupation, alcohol consumption, smoking, chronic disease, body mass index, self-rate health, aerobic exercise, average sleep hours (d), insurance, marital status, spouse.

Korean J Fam Pract 2021;11:457~463 https://doi.org/10.21215/kjfp.2021.11.6.457
© KJFP