Journal of Obesity / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Change and Stability in Sibling Resemblance in Obesity Markers: The Portuguese Sibling Study on Growth, Fitness, Lifestyle, and Health

Table 3

Intraclass correlation coefficients (ρ) and 95% CI within sib-ships for the obesity markers with twins and with twins data.

Tracking coefficients%BFWCBMI

Brother-brotherBaseline0.45 (0.19–0.75)0.37 (0.12–0.72)0.24 (0.04–0.71)
Follow-up0.39 (0.13–0.73)0.36 (0.11–0.72)0.23 (0.03–0.72)
Sister-sisterBaseline0.55 (0.21–0.84)0.53 (0.21–0.83)0.62 (0.31–0.86)
Follow-up0.59 (0.27–0.85)0.47 (0.15–0.81)0.63 (0.31–0.86)
Brother-sisterBaseline0.03 (0.00–1.00)0.01 (0.00–1.00)0.07 (0.00–0.88)
Follow-up000.19 (0.03–0.62)

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