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Table 1 Characteristics of the subjects

From: Low birth weight was the most dominant predictor associated with stunting among children aged 12–23 months in Indonesia

Variables N (%)
N= 3024
Child’s gender
 Boys 1479 (48.9)
 Girls 1545 (51.1)
LBW status 325 (10.7)
Had neonatal illness 445 (14.7)
Food intake history
 Colostrum taken 1959 (64.8)
 Breast feeding initiated less than 1 h 1291 (42.7)
 Exclusive breast feeding (6 months) 597 (19.7)
 Weaning at >=1 year old 2660 (87.9)
 Receive pre-lacteal food 1572 (51.9)
 Had complementary food < 6 months) 2071 (68.5)
Exposure to health program/services
 Regularly weighed/growth monitored 1258 (41.6)
 Completed immunization 1427 (47.2)
 Had Vitamin A supplementation 2290 (75.7)
Economic status
 Quintile 1 681 (22.5)
 Quintile 2 672 (22.2)
 Quintile 3 668 (22.1)
 Quintile 4 573 (18.9)
 Quintile 5 430 (14.2)
Stunting 1222 (40.4)