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Research Article

Association between Depressive Symptoms and Metabolic Syndrome in Police Officers: Results from Two Cross-Sectional Studies

Table 3

Unadjusted and adjusted number of metabolic syndrome components by categories of CES-D score by location and gender.

Categories of CES-DNumber of metabolic syndrome components
UnadjustedAge-adjustedMultivariate adjusted*
𝑁 Mean (SD) 𝑃 value** 𝑁 Mean (SD) 𝑃 value** 𝑁 Mean (SD) 𝑃 value**

Buffalo men
0–82031.8 (1.4)2031.8 (0.1)2021.9 (0.1)
9–15 702.2 (1.3)0.431 702.2 (0.2)0.379 692.3 (0.2)0.390
β‰₯16 311.9 (1.5) 312.0 (0.2) 312.0 (0.3)
Buffalo women
0–8 680.8 (1.1) 680.8 (0.1) 650.8 (0.1)
9–15 211.1 (1.4)0.376 211.1 (0.2)0.377 211.2 (0.3)0.610
β‰₯16 170.9 (0.9) 170.9 (0.3) 170.7 (0.3)
Spokane men
0–8 881.9 (1.3) 881.9 (0.1) 881.8 (0.3)
9–15 222.6 (1.3)0.003 222.6 (0.3)0.004 212.7 (0.4)0.003
β‰₯16 113.1 (1.6) 113.0 (0.4) 113.0 (0.5)

*Adjusted for age, smoking status, and marital status.
** 𝑃 values are based on the continuous CES-D score.

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