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Table 1 Weighted Descriptive Statistics of Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos Baseline (2008–2011) Analytic Sample of 9031 Adults (21–76 years) from Four Urban United States Centers: The Bronx, NY; Chicago, IL; Miami, FL; San Diego, CA

From: Complex patterns of direct and indirect association between the transcription Factor-7 like 2 gene, body mass index and type 2 diabetes diagnosis in adulthood in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos

Unweighted Analytic Sample Size and Weighted Frequency or Means (95% Confidence Interval)
Female (%) n = 5187 50%
Mean (95% CI) Age at Baseline Examination n = 9031 43.67 (43.12, 44.21)
Has High School Diploma or Equivalency (%) n = 5768 69%
Genetic Analysis Group (%) South American (n = 676) 6%
Central American (n = 1069) 8%
Cuban (n = 1764) 27%
Dominican (n = 797) 9%
Mexican (n = 3169) 33%
Puerto Rican (n = 1556) 17%
rs7903146 Genotype Frequency (%) CC (n = 5040) 55%
CT (n = 3373) 38%
TT (n = 618) 7%
Mean (95% CI) BMI (kg/m2) At 21 Years (n = 8759) 23.77 (23.61, 23.93)
At 45 Years (n = 5605) 27.48 (27.30, 27.66)
At 65 Years (n = 729) 28.99 (28.46, 29.53)
% with Self-Reported Diabetes Diagnosis Between the Ages of 22 and 45 Years 5%
Between the Ages of 46 and 65 Years 23%
  1. Abbreviations: BMI body mass index, 95% CI 95% confidence interval