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Characteristics of the Study Sample According to Infants' Age at Weaning
↵a P < .01 for association between characteristic and weaning age.
Percentage of Mothers Who Indicated That Specified Reasons Were Important in Their Decision to Stop Breastfeeding, According to Infants' Age at Weaning
↵a P < .01 for association between each reason and weaning age after adjustments for maternal age, marital status, parity, education, poverty, WIC participation, race, and region.
Relative Likelihood (Adjusted Odds Ratio) That Women in Various Sociodemographic Categories Considered Selected Reasons as Important in Their Decision to Stop Breastfeeding
Adjusted Odds ratios listed for each sociodemographic category were obtained after controlling for all the others shown plus weaning age.
↵a Significantly different from the referent category (95% confidence interval did not include 1).
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