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Table 4 Multinomial regression model for moderate and heavy smokers referring to occasional ones among males and females

From: The application of observational data in translational medicine: analyzing tobacco-use behaviors of adolescents

  Males (M)
  Moderate Heavy
Parameter RRR (CI 0.95) p-value RRR (CI 0.95) p-value
Trend 2000–2005 (one year) 1.01 (0.99;1.02) n.s. 1.05 (1.03;1.07) ***
Trend 2005–2010 (one year) 1.02 (1.01;1.03) ** 1.00 (0.98;1.01) n.s.
Age (one year) 1.23 (1.21;1.24) *** 1.45 (1.42;1.48) ***
(Risk & No Availability) vs (No Risk & No Availability) 0.91 (0.77;1.08) n.s. 0.71 (0.57;0.88) **
(No Risk & Availability) vs (No Risk & No Availability) 1.62 (1.44;1.82) *** 1.50 (1.30;1.72) ***
(Risk & Availability) vs (No Risk & No Availability) 1.37 (1.22;1.53) *** 0.88 (0.77;1.01) n.s
  Females (F)
Parameter RRR (CI 0.95) p-value RRR (CI 0.95) p-value
Trend 2000–2005 (one year) 1.00 (0.98;1.01) n.s. 1.09 (1.07;1.11) ***
Trend 2005–2010 (one year) 1.01 (1.00;1.02) * 0.99 (0.97;1.00) n.s
Age (one year) 1.27 (1.26;1.29) *** 1.42 (1.39;1.44) ***
(Risk & No Availability) vs (No Risk & No Availability) 0.77 (0.65;0.91) *** 0.47 (0.36;0.60) ***
(No Risk & Availability) vs (No Risk & No Availability) 1.92 (1.69;2.19) *** 1.84 (1.55;2.19) ***
(Risk & Availability) vs (No Risk & No Availability) 1.51 (1.33;1.72) *** 1.03 (0.86;1.22) n.s.
  1. Relative Risk Ratio (RRR), Confidential Interval (CI).
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001.