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Baseline characteristics of follow-up survey SWHH respondents with complete height and weight data for all three time points (n = 154) and SWHH nonresponders (n = 446) were equivalent, except for the percentage married, which was higher among respondents than nonrespondents (77.7% versus 67.7%, resp., P = 0.03), Table 1.
Seventy-four percent of SWHH participants (n = 114) maintained their post-program BMI (or lost additional body weight) during the follow-up period, with a mean weight loss of -5.16 kilograms ([+ or -]SD = 5.72) while 26% gained weight (n = 40), with a mean weight gain of +3.08 kilograms ([+ or -]SD = 3.77) (P < 0.001); data not shown.
This study aimed to understand BMI maintenance among former SWHH program participants approximately three years later as well as to examine relationships with BMI maintenance and social support and self-efficacy.
An early study in Puerto Rico (5) established a strong association between depressive symptoms and being SWHH, but we found no positive association between these variable and depressive symptoms, In contrast to Harvard Study of Moods and Cycles (3), no correlation was found between income and depressive symptoms.
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