Table 5.

Contrast of Movement From Not at Lifestyle Goal to at Goal Compared With Persistently Not at Goal for Each Behavior by Study Arm

VariableOR (95% CI)a
CI=confidence interval; OR = odds ratio.
a Odds ratio exhibits odds of the intervention group moving in a positive direction with reference to the control group. Logistic regression model is adjusted for practice clustering and site, baseline body mass index, sex, baseline smoking status (except for quit smoking variable), frequency of moderate/strong family risks, and risk perception score for the 6 diseases. Diet and physical activity variables were further adjusted for season in which questionnaires were filled out.
b Model run without site adjustment.
Quit smoking1.18 (0.47–2.95)
Increased to ≥5 serving of fruit and vegetables each day1.29 (1.05–1.58)
Increased physical activity to 5–6 times a week for ≥30 min each event1.47 (1.08–1.98)
Aspirin use increased to ≥3 d/wk0.91 (0.64–1.29)
Blood pressure measured by health care professional within the last yearb1.44 (0.29–7.16)
Blood cholesterol level measured within 5 y0.34 (0.17–0.67)
Blood glucose level measured within 2 y1.08 (0.61–1.91)