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Table 1 Sample characteristics (n = 350)

From: Is in utero exposure to maternal socioeconomic disadvantage related to offspring ovarian reserve in adulthood?

  Mean (SD) Range n (%)
Socio-demographics:
 Age (years) 34.3 (5.6) 25–45
 Maternal age (years) 26.2 (5.8) 16–44  
 Race/ethnicity:
  White (%) 87 (24.9)
  African-American (%) 152 (43.4)
  Latina (%) 49 (14.0)
  Chinese (%) 48 (13.7)
  Filipina (%) 14 (4.0)
 Education:
   < High school (HS) (%) 7 (2.0)
  HS degree (%) 38 (10.8)
  Some college (%) 101 (28.9)
  College degree (%) 139 (39.7)
  Graduate degree (%) 65 (18.6)
General Health:
 Smoking (current/past) (%) 101 (28.9)
 Body mass index (BMI) (kg/m2) 29.2 (7.9) 17.1–58.4
Ovarian Reserve:
 Antimullerian hormone (AMH) 3.2 (2.6) 0.2–13.8
 Antral follicle count (AFC) 15.7 (9.5) 0–49
Reproductive Factors:
 Menarcheal age (years) 12.4 (1.7) 8–17
 History of hormonal contraceptive use (%) 266 (76.0)
 Parity (1+ live births) (%) 142 (40.6)
Maternal Neighborhood (census-tract level):
 Education: % of individuals with a HS diploma 66.3 (17.1) 20.2–98.3
 Poverty: % of families below poverty line 11.7 (10.0) 0.6–54.8
 Unemployment: % of unemployed individuals > 16 years 8.0 (4.3) 1.5–23.3
 Income: Median family income (adj. to 2010 USDs) 46,497 (17,638) 13,012–110,355