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Table 3 Percentages of subjects with elevated hsCRP levels by Gender and Race

From: Gender and race influence metabolic benefits of fitness in children: a cross-sectional study

   % Subjects with hsCRP >0.5 mg/L   
   Low fitness (n = 46) High fitness (n = 67) p-value1 p-value2
Gender Male (n = 58) 65% 11% <0.001 0.28
  Female (n = 55) 70% 25% 0.0014  
Race Non-Hispanic White (n = 56) 67% 24% 0.0035 0.06
  Racially Diverse (n = 57) 68% 8% <0.0001  
  1. 1p-value for comparison between "low fitness" vs. "high fitness" group
  2. 2p-value for evaluating interaction between gender and fitness, race and fitness