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Table 1 Demographics, current socioeconomic conditions, health behaviour and diabetes status by early life socioeconomic conditions, n = 3263a

From: The association of early life socioeconomic conditions with prediabetes and type 2 diabetes: results from the Maastricht study

  Early life socioeconomic conditions  
High
(n = 1051)
Medium
(n = 1120)
Low
(N = 1092)
P-value
Age   58.33 (8.57) 59.87 (8.14) 60.91 (7.86) <0.01
Sex Male 45.6 52.1 56.7 <0.01
Female 54.4 47.9 43.3  
Current socioeconomic conditions High 49.8 31.8 20.2 <0.01
Medium 33.2 36.0 30.1  
Low 17.0 32.2 49.6  
BMI Normal 43.0 33.1 29.5 <0.01
Overweight 39.8 45.2 42.9  
Obese 17.2 21.7 27.6  
Physical activity High 30.4 29.3 27.9 0.07
Medium 28.6 31.0 26.4  
Low 28.8 30.0 30.9  
Missing 12.2 9.7 14.8  
Smoking status Never 35.5 34.6 34.2 0.77
Former 49.6 53.1 52.2  
Current 14.9 12.2 13.6  
Alcohol Use None 15.5 17.2 22.5 <0.01
Low 54.1 57.7 54.9  
High 30.4 25.1 22.6  
Diabetes status No diabetes 64.8 57.9 48.9 <0.01
Prediabetes 12.5 15.8 16.8  
T2DM 22.7 26.3 34.2  
  1. aValues are percentages, p-values of Chi square tests and an independent t-test (age)