Table 2: Association between qualitative variables and obesity in univariate logistic regression model.

VariablesCases (n = 114)Control (n = 102)Crude OR95% CI
N (%)N (%)

Father job
 Jobless1 (0.90)4 (4.40)Ref
 Worker17 (15.00)31 (31.60)2.190.23–21.23
 Employee34 (30.10)40 (40.80)3.400.36–31.89
 Other61 (54.00)23 (23.50)10.601.13–99.96
Father education
 Illiterate and primary school23 (20.40)36 (36.70)Ref
 Guidance school16 (14.20)29 (29.60)0.860.39–1.92
 Diploma24 (21.20)21 (21.40)1.780.816–3.92
 University degrees50 (44.20)12 (12.20)6.522.87–14.79
Mother job
 Housewife55 (48.20)80 (78.40)Ref
 Employee59 (51.80)22 (21.60)3.902.14–7.09
Mother education
 Illiterate and primary school35 (30.70)49 (48.00)Ref
 Guidance school12 (10.50)33 (32.40)0.510.23–1.12
 Diploma12 (10.50)14 (13.70)1.200.50–2.90
 University degrees55 (48.20)6 (5.90)12.804.97–33.10
Economic status
 Weak18 (15.80)72 (63.20)Ref
 Moderate72 (63.20)57 (55.90)3.011.57–5.78
 Good24 (21.10)2 (2.00)28.666.12–134.20
Family history of obesity
 Without obesity history7 (6.10)76 (74.50)Ref
 Father side obesity history24 (21.10)11 (10.80)23.688.26–67.89
 Mother side obesity history5 (4.40)13 (12.70)4.171.15–15.16
 Both of them78 (68.40)2 (2.00)423.4285.24–2010.00