Table 2: Prevalence of lifestyle characteristics and unadjusted and multiple logistic regression* results examining the associations between weight status and health behaviours with asthma or wheeze.

 Unadjusted
  OR
  (95% CI)
Adjusted models
Model 1
OR
(95% CI)
Model 2
OR
(95% CI)
Model 3
OR
(95% CI)
Model 4
OR
(95% CI)

Weight status
 Not overweight1.001.001.00
 Overweight1.17 (0.69–2.01)1.15 (0.63–2.10)1.15 (0.63–2.08)

Perceived weight status
 Not overweight1.001.001.00
 Overweight1.29 (0.53–3.18)1.63 (0.59–4.53)1.59 (0.57–4.41)

Hard activity levels
 <9 days in two weeks1.001.001.001.001.00
 ≥9 days in two weeks1.12 (0.61–2.06)1.37 (0.69–2.72)1.38 (0.70–2.72)1.42 (0.69–2.93)1.43 (0.70–2.95)

Fast food and/or soft drink consumption
 Low1.001.001.00
 Regular1.60 (0.95–2.69)1.67 (0.95–2.95)1.55 (0.86–2.79)

Fish and seafood consumption
 Low1.001.001.00
 Regular0.94 (0.53–1.67)0.84 (0.45–1.58)1.00 (0.52–1.92)

All models are adjusted for sex, presence of a home air filter, maternal smoking during pregnancy, bare floor in the bedroom in the first year of life, age group, season of testing, tobacco smoke exposure, and each of the variables listed in the column.