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Table 1 Characteristics of Study Population

From: You can have your breastmilk and safe sleep too: a preliminary analysis of infant safe sleep data in a Midwestern home visiting program

Population Characteristics n (%)
Caregiver Age (289 responses)
 ≤ 21 years old 120 (42)
 22–25 years old 82 (28)
 ≥ 26 years old 87 (30)
Caregiver Race (289 responses)
 Black/African American 137 (47)
 More Than One Race 43 (15)
 White 100 (35)
 Other 9 (3)
Caregiver Ethnicity (289 responses)
 Non-Hispanic/Latino 210 (73)
 Hispanic/Latino 79 (27)
Caregiver Marital Status (289 responses)
 Never Married 209 (72)
 Married 52 (18)
 Other 28 (10)
Caregiver Education Level (260 responses)
 Less than High School 78 (30)
 High School/GED 112 (43)
 Some College + 70 (27)
Caregiver Tobacco Use (274 responses)
 Caregiver Tobacco Use 35 (13)
Household Tobacco Use (270 responses)
 Household Tobacco Use 60 (22)
Maternal Depression (237 responses)  
 Depression 31 (13)
Breastfeeding Status (287 responses)
 Never 90 (31)
 Weaned 120 (42)
 Ongoing 77 (27)
Infant Age (289 responses)
 0–120 days 163 (56)
 121–240 days 55 (19)
 241–364 days 71 (25)
Practicing Back to Sleep (289 responses)
 Never 5 (2)
 Sometimes 38 (13)
 Always 246 (85)
Bed-Sharing (289 responses)  
 Never 148 (51)
 Sometimes 99 (34)
 Always 42 (15)
Soft Bedding Use (289 responses)  
 Never 186 (64)
 Sometimes 58 (20)
 Always 45 (16)