Table 4—

RRs and 95% CIs from proportional hazards model for the association between change of alcohol intake between 1968–69 and 1980–81 on type 2 diabetes incidence and all-cause mortality during 20 years

CovariatesAlcohol increase (100 g/month)
Diabetes
Mortality
RR95% CIRR95% CI
Age0.880.72–1.060.880.80–0.97
Age + heredity0.75*0.56–0.990.87*0.77–0.98
Age + BMI0.940.78–1.130.880.80–0.97
Age + WHR0.900.73–1.100.91*0.83–0.99
Age + smoking0.870.71–1.050.860.78–0.94
Age + systolic blood pressure0.890.73–1.080.89*0.81–0.97
Age + triglycerides0.880.72–1.070.880.80–0.97
Age + cholesterol0.880.72–1.060.880.80–0.97
Age + education0.880.72–1.060.89*0.81–0.97
Age + physical activity0.880.73–1.060.880.80–0.96
Age + social group0.880.73–1.070.89*0.91–0.98
  • All models adjusted for baseline consumption levels.

  • *

    * P < 0.05;

  • P < 0.01.