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Table 5 Health related attitudes and perceptions

From: Psychosocial, behavioral and clinical correlates of children with overweight and obesity

VariablenaOverweightObeseSeverely Obesep-value**
General Health
 Health in General; n (%)100   0.19
 Fair/Poor 2 (11.1%)4 (12.5%)14 (27.5%) 
 Good/Very good/Excellent 16 (88.9%)27 (87.1%)37 (72.5%) 
 Health Habits; n (%)94   0.05
 Fair/Poor 6 (35.3%)11 (37.9%)30 (62.5%) 
 Good/Very good/Excellent 11 (64.7%)18 (62.1%)18 (37.5%) 
 Perceived Stress [1–10]945.0 (1.0,9.0)6.0 (2.0,10.0)6.5 (2.0,10.0)0.01
Quality of Life Scores (0–100); median (min, max)
 Overall10081.5 (48.9, 95.7)75.0 (36.4,100.0)75.0 (32.6,100.0)0.11
 Physical Health10287.5 (21.9,100.0)78.1 (34.4,100.0)78.1 (37.5,100.0)0.15
 Psychosocial Health10080.8 (53.3,95.0)70.0 (37.5,100.0)70.0 (26.7,100.0)0.15
 School Functioning10180.0 (45.0,95.0)65.0 (30.0,100.0)65.0 (25.0, 100.0)0.26
 Emotional Functioning10177.5 (45.0,100.0)70.0 (25.0, 100.0)65.0 (25.0, 100.0)0.26
 Social Functioning10085.0 (45.0,100.0)90.0 (35.0,100.0)80.0 (30.0,100.0)0.16
  1. anumber of participants after excluding missing or don’t know/unknown responses for each variable
  2. **P-values calculated from Fisher Exact Tests for categorical data or Jonckheere-Terpstra Test for Independent Samples for continuous data