Journal of Pregnancy / 2019 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Does Current General Mental Health Status Relate to Current Smoking Status in Pregnant Women?

Table 1

Participant characteristics, unadjusted results, and adjusted results.

Predicting tobacco use
(Yes vs. no)
Descriptive statistics Unadjusted statistics Adjusted statistics
N=621OR 95% CIOR 95% CI

Mental health status621100

Depression diagnosis621100

Routine checkup60597
 More than one year17729ref--ref--
 Within the past year428710.490.250.970.810.351.86

Healthcare plan621100

 18 – 2933253ref--ref--
 30 – 38289470.830.431.601.370.583.21

Marital status60998


Education level618100
 High school or less16727ref--ref--
 Some college or more451732.631.255.552.280.816.41

Income level54187
 Less than $25,00016230ref--ref--
 $25,000 or more379703.291.626.661.560.584.16

Employment status61299

Variable %s are based on the sample total N; category %s are based on the variable total N.
All models are adjusted for state.
Note. OR = odds ratio; 95% CI = 95% confidence intervals; ref=referent group; italic indicates significance (ORs with 95% CI that do not include 1.00 are significant).

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