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Table 4 Crude and adjusted prevalence ratios of food insecuritya, psychological, and income measures

From: Food insecurity in adults with mood disorders: prevalence estimates and associations with nutritional and psychological health

Psychological measure Crude prevalence ratio Adjusted prevalence ratiob (95% confidence interval, p value)
Food insecurity Low income
GAF (<60) 1.49 (0.97–2.31, p = 0.072) 1.42 (0.88–2.28, p = 0.148) 2.68 (1.53–4.71, p = 0.001)
YMRS (>12) 4.72 (1.36–16.24, p = 0.006) 2.37 (1.49–3.75, p = 0.000) 2.71 (1.59–4.63, p = 0.000)
Ham-D (>7) 1.02 (0.71–1.48, p = 0.880) 0.94 (0.59–1.49, p = 0.783) 2.88 (1.64–5.06, p = 0.000)
  1. aAnswered yes to question 1 or 2: Question 1: In the past 12 months did you worry that there would not be enough to eat because of lack of money?; and Question 2: In the past 12 months did you not have enough food to eat because of lack of money?
  2. bPrevalence ratios from final models that included food insecurity, age, sex, and income; income is included in table as the adjusted prevalence ratios were significant.