Data from: Health-related lifestyle behaviors among male and female rural-to-urban migrant workers in Shanghai, China

Hua Yang, Fang He, Tianhao Wang, Yao Liu, Yao Shen, Jian Gong, Wei Dai, Jing Zhou, Jie Gu, Yimin Tu, Tianying Wang, Lei Shen, Yumiao Wu, Xiuping Xia, Donghao Xu, Zhigang Pan & Shanzhu Zhu
Background: Lifestyle behaviors significantly impact health, yet remain poorly defined in Chinese rural-to-urban migrants. Methods: In a cross-sectional study of health-related behaviors of 5484 rural-to-urban migrants who had worked in Shanghai for at least six months, we assessed the contribution of demographics and physical and mental health to lifestyle behaviors in male and female participants by multiple stepwise cumulative odds logistic regression. Results: Respondents were 51.3% male. 9.9% exhibited abnormal blood pressure; 27.0% were overweight...
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