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Table 3 Impact of living in rural or urban areas on CVH metrics

From: Prevalence and differences of ideal cardiovascular health in urban and rural adolescents in the Region of Tyrol: results from the EVA Tyrol study

Parameter GLM
Parameters B (SE) p value
Physical activity Rural (vs urban) − 7.60 (1.87) < 0.01
  Male sex (vs female) 18.57 (1.84) < 0.01
  Age (years) − 1.18 (0.78) 0.127
BMI Rural (vs urban) − 0.30 (1.60) 0.058
  Male sex (vs female) 1.14 (1.58) 0.472
  Age (years) 0.48 (0.07) < 0.01
Systolic BP Rural (vs urban) − 0.43 (0.49) 0.376
  Male sex (vs female) 9.71 (0.48) < 0.01
  Age (years) 0.63 (0.20) < 0.01
Total cholesterol Rural (vs urban) 1.39 (1.32) 0.292
  Male sex (vs female) − 19.17 (1.29) < 0.01
  Age (years) 1.72 (0.55) < 0.01
Fasting blood glucose In rural (vs urban) − 0.32 (0.43) 0.460
  Male sex (vs female) 4.55 (0.43) < 0.01
  Age (years) − 0.45 (0.18) 0.012
  1. GLM Generalized Linear Model, BMI Body Mass Index, BP blood pressure, B standardized regression coefficient