Table 5

 Crude and adjusted odds ratio (95% CI) of “not being healthy” according to country subgroup

ModelCountry subgroup
Least disadvantaged quartileMedium low quartileMedium high quartileMost disadvantaged quartilep linear effect
*Adjusted for age, linear and quadratic family affluence, parental emotional support, parental school involvement, and family structure.
SD of family affluence scale
M1 unadjusted
    Boys1.001.32(0.75– 2.29)1.58(0.93– 2.69)2.68(1.61–4.47)0.0016
    Girls1.001.28(0.75– 2.17)1.63(0.98–2.72)2.90(1.75–4.83)0.0003
M2 adjusting for compositional effects*
    Boys1.001.33(0.74– 2.38)1.49(0.85–2.60)2.35(1.35–4.12)0.0063
    Girls1.001.28(0.74–2.23)1.52(0.90–2.59)2.46(1.45–4.17)0.0024
Gini of income
M1 unadjusted
    Boys1.001.05(0.59–1.85)2.29(1.37–3.82)2.05(1.13–3.72)0.0038
    Girls1.001.10(0.64–1.92)2.31(1.41–3.81)2.08(1.17–3.71)0.0029
M2 adjusting for compositional effects
    Boys1.001.08(0.63–1.86)2.32(1.42–3.79)1.96(1.11–3.46)0.0037
    Girls1.001.13(0.69–1.84)2.43(1.61–3.66)1.89(1.19–3.03)0.0033
Average household income per capita
M1 unadjusted
    Boys1.001.02(0.58– 1.81)1.18(0.64– 2.20)2.35(1.27– 4.37)0.0114
    Girls1.000.99(0.61– 1.61)1.13(0.65– 1.94)2.74(1.59– 4.70)0.0021
M2 adjusting for compositional effects
    Boys1.001.01(0.57– 1.79)1.16(0.62– 2.17)2.02(1.08– 3.78)0.0324
    Girls1.000.97(0.58– 1.64)1.10(0.62– 1.94)2.25(1.28– 3.98)0.0108