Population-based family case-control proband study on familial aggregation of metabolic syndrome: Finding from Taiwanese people involved in Keelung community-based integrated screening (KCIS no. 5)

Yueh Hsia Chiu, Wen Yuan Lin, Po En Wang, Yao Der Chen, Ting Ting Wang, Jane Warwick, Tony Hsiu Hsi Chen*

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A population-based case-control proband study was undertaken to elucidate familial aggregation, independent environmental factors, and the interaction between them. A total of 7308 metabolic syndrome (MET-S) cases were identified from the Keelung community-based integrated screening programme between 1999 and 2002. The study has a case-control/family sampling design. A total of 1417 case probands were randomly selected from 3225 metabolic syndrome cases and the corresponding 2458 controls selected from 16,519 subjects without metabolic syndrome by matching on sex, age (±3 years) and place of residence. The generalized estimation equation model was used to estimate odds ratios and corresponding 95% confidence intervals. The risk for having metabolic syndrome among family members for cases versus control probands was 1.56-fold (1.29-1.89) after controlling for significant environmental factors. Higher risk of metabolic syndrome was found in parents than spouse. Low education against high education had 2.06-fold (1.36-3.13) risk for metabolic syndrome. Betel quid chewing was positively associated with the risk of MET-S, with 1.99-fold (1.13-3.53) risk for 1-9 pieces and 1.76-fold (0.96-3.23) risk for ≥10 pieces compared with non-chewer. Moderate and high intensity of non-occupational exercise led to 21.0% (OR = 0.79 (0.63-0.98)) and 26.0% (OR = 0.74 (0.59-0.94)) reduction in the risk for metabolic syndrome, respectively. The frequent consumption of vegetable reduced 24.0% (OR = 0.76 (0.62-0.92)) risk for MET-S. The frequent consumption of coffee was associated the increased risk for metabolic syndrome (OR = 1.32 (1.07-1.64)). The present study confirmed the risk of metabolic syndrome not only has the tendency towards familial aggregation but is affected by independent effect of environmental or individual correlates.

原文英語
頁(從 - 到)348-356
頁數9
期刊Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice
75
發行號3
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出版狀態已出版 - 03 2007
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