Table 1: Association between quantitative variables and obesity in univariate logistic regression model.

VariablesCases (n = 114)Control (n = 102)Crude OR95% CI
(mean ± SD)(mean ± SD)

Birth weight (gr)3900. 90 ± 846.202837.10 ± 671.301.001.00–1.00
Birth order (n)1.90 ± 1.205.09 ± 13.050.620.50–0.76
Family extension (n)4.40 ± 0.975.10 ± 1.600.630.49–0.80
Duration of breast feeding (month)22.02 ± 9.8023.76 ± 14.330.990.97–1.11
Age-onset of complementary food (month)8.77 ± 17.569.63 ± 15.631.000.98–1.01
TV watching, playing electronic devices (hour)5.42 ± 1.992.77 ± 1.262.331.87–2.90
Sleep duration (hour)10.40 ± 0.919.76 ± 0.892.241.60–3.15
Physical activity (score)2.30 ± 0.373.02 ± 0.390.010.01–0.04
Father age (year)39.57 ± 5.3741.71 ± 6.270.940.90–0.99
Mother age (year)35.51 ± 5.8437.50 ± 6.880.950.91–0.99
Mother BMI (kg/m2)26.98 ± 3.9922.77 ± 3.811.401.25–1.55