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Table 5 Association of ACE components with total cholesterol

From: Sex and race define the effects of adverse childhood experiences on self-reported BMI and metabolic health biomarkers

ACE component All participants
(N = 2548)
β estimate [95% CI] p value
Emotional abuse 1.06 [− 4.92, 7.04] 0.729
Physical abuse − 0.85 [− 6.93, 5.23] 0.784
Sexual abuse − 1.97 [− 7.25, 3.31] 0.464
Emotional neglect − 2.00 [− 7.27, 3.27] 0.457
Physical neglect 1.76 [− 5.15, 8.68] 0.617
Parent divorce 2.53 [− 1.16, 6.22] 0.179
Mother abused 8.22 [2.21, 14.23] 0.007
Alcoholic or drug user in household 0.31 [− 4.20, 4.82] 0.893
Depression/mental illness in household 2.73 [− 2.50, 7.96] 0.306
Incarcerated household member − 3.17 [− 8.59, 2.24] 0.251
R2/R2 adjusted 0.065/0.059
  1. Results on the analysis of specific types of ACE on cholesterol concentrations in all participants. Adjusted for sex, race, age, and menopause
  2. ACE adverse childhood experiences