Infant feeding 1990: a survey carried out by the Social Survey Division of OPCS on behalf of the Department of Health, the Scottish Home and Health Department, the Welsh Office and the Department of Health and Social Services in Northern Ireland
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Incidence and duration of breastfeeding
Influences on choice of method of feeding
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1990 Great Britain 1990 Percentage 9 months additional drinks advice Age at introduction Base birth order births All babies births Later births birthweight bottle feeding mothers breast milk breastfed babies breastfed initially breastfeeding at six breastfeeding mothers casein dominant class as defined current or last defined by current Duration of breastfeeding East Anglia England and Wales feeding problems health visitors hospital Incidence of breastfeeding infant feeding infant formula introduced solid food introduction of solid last occupation left full-time education light drinkers liquid cow's milk meat method of feeding months 6 months mother's age mother's education mothers gave mothers in 1990 mothers were asked Northern Ireland occupation of husband/partner Percentage still breastfeeding planned to breastfeed Prevalence of breastfeeding previous surveys proportion of mothers questionnaire rate of breastfeeding sample Scotland shows six weeks stage smoking during pregnancy social class groups started breastfeeding stopped breastfeeding Unclassified United Kingdom unstandardised rate 1990 vitamin supplements women