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Table 4 Health Characteristics of MADRES Study Participants Who Had Delivered As of October 1, 2018 (n = 291)

From: Study Design, Protocol and Profile of the Maternal And Developmental Risks from Environmental and Social Stressors (MADRES) Pregnancy Cohort: a Prospective Cohort Study in Predominantly Low-Income Hispanic Women in Urban Los Angeles

  n(%) or mean (SD)
Pre-Pregnancy BMI, kg/m2
 Underweight (BMI < 18.5) 6 (2.1)
 Normal (BMI of 18.5 to < 25) 80 (27.5)
 Overweight (BMI of 25 to < 30) 70 (24.1)
 Class 1 obese (BMI of 30 to < 35) 46 (15.8)
 Class 2 obese (BMI of 35 to < 40) 18 (6.2)
 Class 3 obese (BMI > = 40) 9 (3.1)
 Missing / Refused to Answer 62 (21.3)
Pre-Pregnancy Physical Activity
 0 days per week 30 (10.3)
 1–3 days per week 87 (29.9)
 4–7 days per week 142 (48.8)
 Missing / Refused to Answer 32 (11.0)
Gestational Diabetes Diagnosis (abstracted)
 Yes 14 (4.8)
 No 217 (74.6)
 Missing 60 (20.6)
History of Physician Diagnosis of Asthma
 Yes 46 (15.8)
 No 235 (80.8)
 Missing / Refused to Answer 10 (3.4)
History of Allergies
 Yes 78 (26.8)
 No 179 (61.5)
 Missing / Refused to Answer 34 (11.7)
History of Personal Smoking
 Ever 76 (26.1)
 Never 205 (70.4)
 Missing / Refused to Answer 10 (3.4)
Second Hand Smoke Exposure in Pregnancy
 Yes 19 (6.5)
 No 262 (90.0)
 Missing / Refused to Answer 10 (3.4)