Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2013 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Do US Ambient Air Lead Levels Have a Significant Impact on Childhood Blood Lead Levels: Results of a National Study

Table 3

Results of univariate negative binomial regressions predicting number of children with BLL ≥ 10 μg/dL by county.

Univariate negative binomial regression
Coef.95% CI

NATA0266.897*(35.0818, 98.7209)
NATA0599.736*(56.7037, 142.768)
% pre50 housing (0.0320, 0.0385)
 Urban (ref)
 Suburban−0.689*(−1.0317, −0.3466)
 Rural−0.803*(−1.1508, −0.4551)
% Black−0.003(−0.0063, 0.00029)
Targeted/mandatory0.033(−0.1035, 0.1697)
% below poverty−0.019*(−0.0268, −0.0098)


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