Evening type vs. Morning type OR for Current smoking vs. Non-smoking OR for Ever smoking vs. Never smoking
Models adjusted for: All Men Women All Men Women
  Age and sex 1.66 (1.40, 1.97) 1.68 (1.31, 2.16) 1.65 (1.30, 2.09) 1.42 (1.20, 1.67) 1.34 (1.03, 1.74) 1.51 (1.22, 1.86)
  Alcohol usea 1.51 (1.26 1.80) 1.54 (1.19,1.99) 1.42 (1.11, 1.82) 1.31 (1.11, 1.55) 1.25 (0.96, 1.63) 1.35 (1.10, 1.67)
  Depressionb 1.45 (1.22, 1.73) 1.47 (1.33, 1.90) 1.44 (1.13, 1.83) 1.28 (1.08, 1.51) 1.18 (0.91, 1.54) 1.38 (1.12, 1.71)
Alcohol use and depression 1.35 (1.12, 1.61) 1.38 (1.06, 1.80) 1.27 (1.00, 1.63) 1.20 (1.02, 1.42) 1.12 (0.86, 1.47) 1.26 (1.01, 1.56)
aGrams / week (continuous variable)
bTwo screening questions: Positive response to two brief items of depression (presence for two weeks during past year depressed mood and / or anhedonia) (variable of three categories)
Table 3: Logistic regression odds ratios (and 95 % confidence intervals) for risk of being current smoker (vs. non-smoker) and ever smoker (vs. never smoker) in FINRISK data among evening types compared to morning types. Each row shows the variables included in the model. Age is included in all models and sex only when men and women were analyzed together.
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