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Fig. 2

From: Differential relationship between waist circumference and mortality according to age, sex, and body mass index in Koreans with age of 30–90 years; a nationwide health insurance database study

Fig. 2

Hazard ratios for mortality according to WC interacted by BMI categories in men (ac) and women (df) after adjusting for age, BMI (as a continuous variable), alcohol, smoking and exercise status, Charlson Comorbidity Index, and laboratory tests. The p values for interactions between WC categories (8 groups) and BMI categories (4 groups) on mortality were < 0.001 in both men and women. HR hazard ratio, WC waist circumference

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