Additional file 2 of Physical activity, multimorbidity, and life expectancy: a UK Biobank longitudinal study

Table S1. Number of participants with comorbidity. Table S2. Number of participants by the total number of chronic conditions. Table S3. Most to least prevalent chronic conditions by overall health rating and multimorbidity status. Table S4. Participant characteristics by overall health status and multimorbidity. Table S5. Number of participants with the top-10 comorbidity. Table S6. Characteristics by participants with and without top-10 comorbidity. Table S7. Participant characteristics who undertook the objective physical activity by multimorbidity status. Table S8. Participants characteristics by completion of the objective physical activity measurements. Table S9. Self-reported physical activity in tertiles and years of life gained at the age of 45 years by multimorbidity status. Table S10. Association between continuously measured (log-transformed) physical activity and mortality. Table S11. Association between physical activity and mortality for participants with good or poor overall health rating and multimorbidity status, and years of life gained at the age of 45 years. Table S12. Association between physical activity and mortality for participants with and without top-10 comorbidity, and years of life gained at the age of 45 years. Table S13. Association between objective physical activity in tertiles of time accumulated above 250 mg of total acceleration and mortality. Figure S1. Most to least prevalent chronic conditions used to define multimorbidity (n = 491,939). Figure S2. Association between self-reported physical activity in tertiles and mortality. Figure S3. Association between objective physical activity and mortality, taking the time at objective PA assessment as the start of the follow-up in participants with and without multimorbidity. (DOCX 2092 kb)