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Table 3 Weighted Mean Body Mass Indices at 45 and 65 years by Categories of Baseline Examination and Diabetes Diagnosis Ages in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos among Participants > 45 Years of Age (n = 5643)

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 Sample Size BMI (95% CI) at Age 45 (kg/m2) BMI (95% CI) at Age 65 (kg/m2)
Between 46 and 65 Years of Age ( n  = 4,914)    
No Diabetes Diagnosis Reporting at Baseline Examinationa n = 4094 27.49 (27.29, 27.69)
Diagnosed Between 22 and 45 n = 318 30.36 (29.53, 31.19)
Diagnosed Between 46 and Age at Examination n = 502 29.30 (28.68, 29.93)
Between 66 and 76 Years of Age ( n  = 729)    
No Diabetes Diagnosis Reported at Baseline Examinationa n = 502 25.67 (25.16, 26.18) 28.43 (27.72, 29.14)
Diagnosed Between 22 and 45 n = 26 26.51 (25.03, 27.99) 29.71 (27.56, 31.86)
Diagnosed Between 46 and 65 n = 153 27.75 (27.06, 28.45) 30.65 (29.53, 31.77)
Diagnosed Between 66 and Age at Examination n = 48 25.89 (24.71, 27.07) 29.32 (27.58, 31.07)
  1. Abbreviations: BMI body mass index, 95% CI 95% confidence interval
  2. aThis categorization includes individuals who were first diagnosed at the baseline clinic visit