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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Characteristics of chewing problem population according to presence of depression

Variables Nondepression (n = 1181) Depression (n = 244) P/χ2
Age 60.1 (14.8) 62.8 (15.2) 0.058
Sex Male 551 (46.7%) 82 (33.6%)
Female 630 (53.3%) 162 (66.4%)
BMI * 24.2 (3.6) 24.0 (3.8) 0.574
Smoking status Non-smoker 638 (54.0%) 140 (57.4%)
Ex-smoker 282 (23.9%) 44 (18.0%)
Current smoker 261 (22.1%) 60 (24.6%)
Problematic Alcohol consumption None 1046 (88.6%) 227 (93.0%)
Yes 135 (11.4%) 17 (7.0%)
Household income Low 362 (30.8%) 126 (51.9%)
Low-moderate 349 (29.7%) 63 (25.9%)
Moderate-high 236 (20.1%) 36 (14.8%)
High 230 (19.5%) 18 (7.4%)
Educational level ≤ 6 472 (40.1%) 108 (59.0%)
7 - 9 168 (14.3%) 32 (17.5%)
10 - 12 332 (28.2%) 26 (14.2%)
≥ 13 205 (17.4%) 17 (9.3%)

* Body mass index was categorized into underweight (< 18.5 kg/m2), normal (18.5 - 24.9 kg/m2), and obese (> 25.0 kg/m2).

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