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Table 3 Relative risk ratios in favor of mutually exclusive types of tobacco use for child marriage

From: Child marriage and risky health behaviors: an analysis of tobacco use among early adult and early middle-aged women in India

  Tobacco-use type
No tobacco Smoking only Smokeless only Dual use
Panel A. Early adult—Unadjusted     
Child marriage Base outcome 1.980*** 1.733*** 1.645***
  (1.766, 2.219) (1.644, 1.828) (1.231, 2.198)
Panel B. Early adult—Adjusted     
Child marriage Base outcome 1.434*** 1.238*** 1.135
  (1.270, 1.619) (1.167, 1.312) (0.828, 1.556)
Panel C. Early middle-age—Unadjusted     
Child marriage Base outcome 1.587*** 1.345*** 1.459***
  (1.434, 1.755) (1.270, 1.424) (1.133, 1.879)
Panel D. Early middle-age—Adjusted     
Child marriage Base outcome 1.247*** 1.147*** 1.223
  (1.121, 1.387) (1.078, 1.221) (0.928, 1.612)
Panel E. All—Unadjusted     
Child marriage Base 1.871*** 1.599*** 1.660***
  (1.733, 2.020) (1.538, 1.662) (1.372, 2.009)
Panel F. All—Adjusted     
Child marriage Base 1.331*** 1.199*** 1.189
  (1.228, 1.443) (1.149, 1.250) (0.963, 1.470)
  1. 95% confidence intervals are in parenthesis
  2. ***p < 0.01
  3. Estimates are obtained using complex survey weights
  4. Each panel (A, B, C, D, E, and F) presents results of separate regressions
  5. In the “other covariates” specification the following covariates (not reported here) were controlled for: age, education, household size, religion, caste, and state fixed effect