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Table 2 Effect of demographic and exposure factors on seropositivity: results of the mixed logistic models adjusted on age.

From: Toxoplasma seroprevalence in a rural population in France: detection of a household effect

Exposure factors Odds Ratio adjusted on age – [95% CI*]
Barisey-la-Côte vs Barisey-au-Plain 0.85 [0.27; 2.76]
Men vs. women 1.83 [0.91; 4.22]
Occupation related to agriculture 1.89 [0.41; 9.98]
Having a garden 0.53 [0.09; 3.45]
Consumption of raw vegetables at least once a week 5.88 [0.86; 51.6]
Consumption of meat at least once a week 1.33 [0.03, 48.67]
Consumption of beef 1.08 [0.41; 2.70]
Consumption of lamb 2.13 [0.63; 7.29]
Consumption of mutton 0.95 [0.32; 2.95]
Consumption of pork 0.81 [0.25; 2.58]
Consumption of rabbit 3.42 [0.49; 26.9]
Consumption of game 0.79 [0.26; 2.64]
Consumption of bottled water 1.48 [0.41; 6.01]
Consumption of tap water 0.99 [0.34; 2.83]
Number of cats bred during life** 1.01 [0.95; 1.07]
Cat litter in the house 1.31 [0.32; 5.80]
  1. * Credibility Interval
  2. **Effect for one additional cat bred