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Adjusted1 odds ratios with 95% confidence intervals (95% CI) for occurrence of major depressive episode during the previous 12 months2 by quartiles of fish consumption (1st quartile as a reference) stratified by alcohol consumption tertiles3, smoking and physical activity in the Health 2000 Survey.

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posted on 21.02.2013, 01:32 by Anna Liisa Suominen-Taipale, Timo Partonen, Anu W. Turunen, Satu Männistö, Antti Jula, Pia K. Verkasalo

Adjusted for age as continuous, total energy intake as continuous, level of education, marital status, smoking history, physical activity, alcohol intake (ethanol, g/day) as continuous, Body Mass Index as continuous, fish oil supplement use, current medication for depression or psychiatric disorders, occurrence of severe illness, bronchial asthma, or back pain or illness.


A Finnish translation of the German, computerized version of the M-CIDI interview with DSM-IV[10] sub-threshold cases included.


Mean (Standard Error): In men: 1st tertile 0.7 (0.03), 2nd tertile 4.6 (0.1), 3rd tertile 18 (1.0), In women: 1st tertile 0.1 (0.004), 2nd tertile 1.6 (0.02), 3rd tertile 7.4 (0.2).