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Research Article

Urinary Paraben Concentration and Its Association with Serum Triglyceride Concentration in 2013-2014 NHANES Participants: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 2

Analysis of the coefficients of 2013-2014 NHANES participants (N = 827).

Modelβ95% CI of B

(1) Methylparaben−0.0920.0070.000, 0.000
Age0.0990.0030.001, 0.002
BMI0.2630.0000.007, 0.012
Female−0.1440.000−0.107, −0.040
Male0.1440.0000.040, 0.107
Non-Hispanic White−0.1350.011−0.123, −0.016
Non-Hispanic Black−0.2530.000−0.221, −0.101

(2) Ethylparaben−0.0660.0450.000, 0.000
Age0.0980.0030.000, 0.002
BMI0.2560.0000.007, 0.012
Female−0.1490.000−0.109, −0.043
Male0.1490.0000.043, 0.109
Non-Hispanic White−0.1320.013−0.122, −0.014
Non-Hispanic Black−0.2660.000−0.229, −0.110

(3) Propylparaben−0.0760.0250.000, 0.000
Age0.1000.0020.001, 0.002
BMI0.2640.0000.007, 0.012
Female−0.1440.000−0.107,−0.040
Male0.1440.0000.040, 0.107
Non-Hispanic White−0.1280.015−0.120,−0.013
Non-Hispanic Black−0.2560.000−0.233,−0.103

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