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Table 4 Percentage of non-overweight subjects with elevated hsCRP in high and low fitness categories

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

  % Subjects with hsCRP >0.5 ng/ml  
  Low Fitness (n = 17) High Fitness (n = 60) p-value
Male (n = 37) 57% 3% 0.0031
Female (n = 40) 50% 26% 0.2461
p-value   0.0262 0.0743
  1. 1p-value for comparing between fitness levels, stratified by gender
  2. 2p-value for comparing between gender, stratified by fitness levels
  3. 3p-value for evaluating interaction between gender and fitness