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Table 5 Marginal treatment effects of smoking on BMI (average effect of smoking participation on BMI category)

From: An empirical investigation of the impact of smoking on body weight using an endogenous treatment effects model approach: the role of food consumption patterns

BMI categories Full sample Males Females
Underweight 0.037 − 0.022 − 0.034
[− 0.173, 0.000] [−0.118, 0.000] [−0.134, 0.000]
Normal weight 0.243 −0.245 − 0.172
[−0.273, 0.000] [−0.278, 0.000] [−0.196, 0.000]
Overweight 0.049 0.032 0.054
[−0.121, 0.172] [− 0.133, 0.185] (−0.050, 0.112]
Obese 0.231 0.236 0.151
[0.000, 0.310] [0.000, 0.308] [0.000, 0.217]
  1. aConfidence intervals are reported in brackets
  2. (Statistically significant estimates of smoking are highlighted in bold)