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The association of cigarette smoking and alcohol drinking with body mass index: a cross-sectional, population-based study among Chinese adult male twins

Background Obesity is a multifactorial abnormality which has an underlying genetic control but requires environmental influences to trigger. Numerous epidemiological studies have examined the roles of physical inactivity and dietary factors in obesity development. Interactions between obesity-relate... Full description

Journal Title: BMC Public Health 2016, Vol.16
Main Author: Liao, Chunxiao
Other Authors: Gao, Wenjing , Cao, Weihua , Lv, Jun , Yu, Canqing , Wang, Shengfeng , Zhou, Bin , Pang, Zengchang , Cong, Liming , Wu, Fan , Wang, Hua , Wu, Xianping , Jiang, Guohong , Wang, Xiaojie , Wang, Binyou
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title: The association of cigarette smoking and alcohol drinking with body mass index: a cross-sectional, population-based study among Chinese adult male twins
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  • Liao, Chunxiao
  • Gao, Wenjing
  • Cao, Weihua
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  • Zhou, Bin
  • Pang, Zengchang
  • Cong, Liming
  • Wu, Fan
  • Wang, Hua
  • Wu, Xianping
  • Jiang, Guohong
  • Wang, Xiaojie
  • Wang, Binyou
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  • Smoking
  • Physical Activity
  • Etiology
  • Diet
  • Genetic Modification
  • Demographics
  • Genetic Variance
  • Body Mass Index
  • Drinking
  • Genes
  • Regression Analysis
  • Obesity
  • Genetic Variance
  • Genetic Factors
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Body Mass Index
  • Cross Sections
  • Body Mass
  • Genetic Control
  • Drinking Behavior
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description: Background Obesity is a multifactorial abnormality which has an underlying genetic control but requires environmental influences to trigger. Numerous epidemiological studies have examined the roles of physical inactivity and dietary factors in obesity development. Interactions between obesity-related genes and these lifestyles have also been confirmed. However, less attention has been paid to these complex relationship between cigarette smoking, alcohol drinking and obesity. The purpose of this study was to assess whether cigarette smoking and alcohol drinking were associated with body mass index (BMI), and whether these lifestyle factors modified the genetic variance of BMI. Methods Subjects were twins recruited through the Chinese National Twin Registry, aged 18 to 79 years, and the sample comprised 6121 complete male twin pairs. Information on height, weight, cigarette smoking and alcohol drinking status were assessed with self-report questionnaires. The associations of cigarette smoking...
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