Volume 11 — July 10, 2014
Physician Weight Recommendations for Overweight and Obese Firefighters, United States, 2011–2012
|BMI Category/Age, y||Log Odds|
|Class I obese|
|Class II or III obese|
Figure. Probability of receiving health care professional weight loss advice, by body mass index (BMI) and age, among male US firefighters in the Fuel 2 Fight study, 2011–2012. Model with interaction: ln=−3.99+1.55(Overweight)+3.14(Class I Obese)+4.32(Class II-III Obese)+0.19(Age)–0.14(Overweight×Age)–0.15(Class I Obese×Age)–0.21(Class II-III Obese×Age)+0.53(Comorbidities)+0.41(WA). Log odds are based on the mean for each age category.
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