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12 MONTH INFANCY QUESTIONNAIRE

Mother's forename only:

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Infant's forename only:

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[Nurse to refer to salmon card to ensure child's name is correct, and record any changes thereon. Also to request additional telephone number, for tracing purposes if family move]

Infant's date of birth

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Interviewer

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I would firstly like to ask you about your baby's feeding. I'll start with questions about the type of milk or formula he/she has had.
1 MILK OR FORMULA FEEDING

Was he/she breast fed after the age of 6 months?

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*Please tell me which types of milk or formula you have used between 6 months and now, and what age your baby was when it was started and stopped, or on what date it was started and stopped.
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Can you tell me the types of milk or formula he/she has had in the past 4 weeks? How many days out of the past 4 weeks (28 days) was type of milk given? How many times per day was type of milk given? *What was the average amount of type of milk per day on these days?
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2 FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them. Explain the use of spoons, cups, bowl and diagrams.

*Did your baby eat any dried baby foods in the past 4 weeks?

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*Did your baby eat any jars, tins or pots of baby foods in the past 4 weeks?

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Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of slices

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White bread
Brown and wholemeal bread
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of crackers ritz = 1, baby breadstick = 1 adult breadstick and cream cracker = 2

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Crackers, cheese biscuits and breadsticks
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of tbsp dried 1 Weetabix = 4

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How many ITablespoons

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Breakfast cereals and porridge
What are the main types of cereal used?
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Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of egg size 1 av. scoop (1/4 cup) = 1

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Boiled and baked potatoes
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving McDonald's = 2 1 Waffle or 2 croq.= 1

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Chips, potato shapes and roast potatoes
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of tablespoons cooked

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Rice
Pasta
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 nugget = 0.5 1 stick = 1 1 burger = 3

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Chicken or turkey in batter or breadcrumbs
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 burger = 4

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Beefburgers
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 rasher back/streaky = 1 1 whole rasher = 2

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Bacon and gammon
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 thin chipolata = 1 1 large = 2

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Sausages
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons (not incl. potato topping)

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Meat casseroles, stews, and curries
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving chicken breast = 4 average slice = 1

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Roast, grilled or fried meat
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving faggot = 4 see drawing

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Liver, kidney and faggots
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving see drawing individual meat pie = 4

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Meat pies and sausage rolls
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving average slice = 1 see drawing

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Ham and processed cold meats
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving fish finger = 1 triangle shape = 3 chip shop fish = 5

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Fish in batter or breadcrumbs
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving drawing 4 tbsp = 1

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Other white fish
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons std can tuna = 13

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Oily fish
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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Tinned peas, carrots, sweetcorn and mixed vegetables
Carrots
Peas and green beans
Sweetcorn
Broccoli, cabbage, spring greens and Brussels sprouts
Cauliflower
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 tbsp tinned = 1 medium tomato = 5

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Tomatoes
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 lettuce leaf = 1 3 slices cucumber = 1

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Green salad
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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Beans and pulses
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 burger = 2 1 thin saus = 1 1 lge saus= 2 1 nugget = 0.5

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Vegetarian burgers, sausages and nuggets
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving see drawing

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Pizza
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving see drawing

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Quiche and savoury flan
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of eggs

0 - Never

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Eggs
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 tbsp grated = 0.5 1 slice (see drawing) = 1 1 tbsp cottage = 1 small triangle = 1

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Cheese
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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Savoury white sauce
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons 1 can fruitini =8 tbsp

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Tinned fruit
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 whole fruit = 1 6 tbsp cooked fruit = 1

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Apples and pears
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of bananas

0 - Never

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Bananas
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving satsuma = 1 orange = 3

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Oranges and satsumas
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 peach/nectarine 1 thin slice melon

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Peaches, nectarines, melon
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving kiwi = 1, mango = 3 5 strawberries = 1 15 raspberries = 1

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Strawberries, raspberries, mango and kiwi
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving plum = 1 10cherries/grapes = 1

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Plums, cherries and grapes
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving Weight (grams) small pot approx 50g average pot approx 100g

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How many IGrams
Yoghurt and fromage frais

Yoghurt and fromage frais

1
Ordinary wholemilk
2
Ordinary low fat
3
Danone baby fromage frais made with follow on milk
4
Onky Blok fromage frais with added vitamins
5
Tescos fromage frais with added vitamins
88
Other
77
multiple types
Other
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving average pot = 1

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Other ready made desserts in pots
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons mini milk = 2 1scoop=4

0 - Never

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How many ITablespoons

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How many ITablespoons
Ice-cream
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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How many ITablespoons
Custard and sweet white sauce
Other puddings
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving small cake e.g.. mini-roll = 1 bun / scone = 2

0 - Never

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Cakes, buns and pastries
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving chocolate finger = 1/2 digestive size = 1 wrapped biscuit = 2

0 - Never

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Chocolate and digestive biscuits
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of average biscuits

0 - Never

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Other biscuits
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving fun/treat size Mars etc = 1 3 squares chocolate = 1 average bag buttons = 2

0 - Never

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Chocolate
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving fun size bag = 1 average bag = 2

0 - Never

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Sweets
Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.
- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 average bag

0 - Never

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Crisps and savoury snacks
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons 1 sl bread = 0.3 tsp

0 - Never

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0 - Never

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Marmite and Bovril
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons 1 sl bread = 2 tsp

0 - Never

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How many ITeaspoons
Peanut butter
Jam and sweet spreads
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons 1 sl bread = 1.5 tsp

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Butter and margarine
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons

0 - Never

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Sugar
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of ozs Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of std beakers

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Baby juices
Pure fruit juice
Fruit drinks
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of ozs Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of std beakers

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Ribena, C-vit and high juice blackcurrant squash (amt. diluted)

What is the main type?

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Ordinary Ribena, C-vit and hi juice blackcurrant
2
Ribena light
3
Really Light Ribena
4
Low sugar hi juice blackcurrant
5
Other
Other
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- More than once a day Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of ozs Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of std beakers

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Squash, not including low calorie (amount when diluted)
Low cal squash (amount when diluted)
Fizzy drinks, not including low calorie
Low calorie fizzy drinks
Tea (amount without milk)
Water

Is there anything else he/she has had to eat or drink 4 or more times (that is, about once a week or more) in the past 4 weeks that we have not already included?

0
No
1
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If No to question 2.6 go to 2.8
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On average over the past 4 weeks, how many meals per week were given to your baby by someone other than yourself?

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qc_s2_8 == '0'

During the past 4 weeks have you given him/her any vitamins or minerals, including iron and fluoride drops?

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1
Yes
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qc_s2_10 == 1
please state which:
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3 INTRODUCTION OF FOODS
Now I'd like to ask you about when various foods were first introduced to your baby.

Was he/she eating solid foods by 6 months of age?

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4 BOTTLE USE

Can he/she drink from an ordinary cup or glass, or have you never tried?

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Never tried
*Does he/she have the following drinks from a bottle, cup, both or never has it?
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1 - Bottle

2 - Cup/beaker

3 - Both

4 - Never has it

Milk or formula
Water
Fruit juice or other soft drinks
5 BABY'S ILLNESSES
I would just like to ask a few questions about any illnesses the baby might have had since we last visited you when your baby was about six months old. (Give date of last visit) (Prolonged period with <1 week break between bouts - enter 88)

Has he/she had any episodes of chestiness associated with wheezing or whistling in his/her chest? (includes wheezy bronchitis, asthma) Yes - number of times

0
No
How many I
If No to question 5.1 go to 5.3
qc_s5_1 == 0

In the past six months, other than during the first week of a cold, has he/she woken at night with coughing for 3 or more nights in a row?

0
No
1
Yes

In the past six months has he/she ever been diagnosed by a doctor as having had pneumonia or bronchiolitis? (don't include bronchitis or "chest infection") Yes - number of times

0
No
How many I

In the past six months, has he/she ever been diagnosed by a doctor as having had a chest infection or bronchitis ? (includes wheezy bronchitis) Yes - number of times

0
No
How many I

In the past six months, has he/she had any episodes of croup or a croupy cough ? (i.e. a barking cough worse at night) Yes - number of episodes

0
No
How many I

In the past six months, has he/she had any bouts of vomiting lasting 2 days or longer ? (do not include possetting or regurgitation) Yes - number of bouts

0
No
How many I

In the past six months, has he/she had any bouts of diarrhoea lasting 2 days or longer ? Yes - number of bouts

0
No
How many I

In the past six months, has he/she ever been diagnosed by a doctor as having an ear infection ? Yes - number of times

0
No
How many I
6 ANTIBIOTICS & ANTIHISTAMINES
I'd now like to ask about your child's treatment with antibiotics and/or antihistamines prescribed by a doctor or hospital at any time since birth.

Has he/she ever been given antibiotics as a treatment?

0
No
1
Yes
If No to question 6.1 go to 6.4
qc_s6_1 == 0

Has he/she had any antihistamine syrup in the last 7 days?

0
No
1
Yes
7 SKIN CONDITIONS

Has he/she had an itchy skin condition at any time in the past six months - by itchy we mean scratching or rubbing the skin a lot ?

0
No
1
Yes
If No to question 7.1 go to 7.4
qc_s7_1 == 0

In the past six months, has he/she suffered from a generally dry skin ?

0
No
1
Yes
8
To a minor degree
*In the past six months, has he/she had a scaly, or red and weeping skin rash affecting any of the following areas:
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0 - No

1 - Yes

the scalp or behind the ears (including "cradle cap")
around the neck
the cheeks or forehead
either the folds of the elbows or behind the knees
the forearms, wrists, shins or ankles
the shoulders, chest, tummy or back
in the armpits
the nappy area (including nappy rash)
If yes to (C), (D), (E), (F) or (G),
qc_s7_5$*;3:7 == 1

have you ever been able to clearly link a rash on his/her face, trunk or limbs with teething?

0
No
1
Yes

or with specific foods

0
No
1
Yes
If yes,
qc_s7_5_ii == 1

which foods?

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8 ALLERGIES
One of the things we are trying to determine is why some children become allergic to cats & dogs whereas many others don't.

I would first like to ask whether you have kept a cat at home at any time in the past six months?

0
No
1
Yes
If yes, and offered,
qc_q8_1 == 1

is the cat kept:

1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house
if yes & not offered, go to 8.5
If No to question 8.1 go to 8.3
qc_s8_1 == 0

*How often has he/she visited homes that keep a cat or cats in the past six months?.

0
Never
1
Infrequently (once a month or less)
2
Fairly frequently (several times a month)
3
Frequently (several times a week)
4
Every day or almost every day
If yes, and offered,
qc_s8_3 == 1 || qc_s8_3 == 2 || qc_s8_3 == 3 || qc_s8_3 == 4

is the cat kept:

1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house

And similarly, have you kept a dog at home at any time in the past six months?

0
No
1
Yes
If yes, and offered,
qc_8_5 == 1

is the dog kept:

1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house
if yes & not offered, go to section 9
If No to question 8.5 go to 8.7
qc_s8_5 == 0

*How often has he/she visited homes that keep a dog or dogs in the past six months?

0
Never
1
Infrequently (once a month or less)
2
Fairly frequently (several times month)
3
Frequently (several times a week)
4
Every day or almost every day
If yes, and offered, [qc_s8_7 == 1 || qc_s8_7 == 2 || qc_s8_7 == 3 || qc_s8_7 == 4

is the dog kept:

1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house
9 SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS

*Does he/she sleep mainly

1
in the same bedroom as brothers or sisters
2
in the same bedroom as parents
3
in his/her own bedroom
8
other, specify
Other

How many times per night (between midnight and 6am) does he/she generally wake for feeding or any other reason? Please answer this in relation to the last 2 weeks? ... per night

How many F
10 MOTHER'S EMPLOYMENT

Are you currently employed in paid work ?

0
No
1
Yes
If No to question 10.1 go to section 11
qc_s10_1 == 0
11 INFANT EXAMINATION

Measurement Date

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Time (24 hr clock)

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Measurer

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Helpers (Parent 90)

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Occipito-frontal circumference
cm
cm
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes
Left mid-upper arm circumference (arm straight)
cm
cm
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes
Chest circumference
cm
cm
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes
Abdominal circumference
cm
cm
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes
Skinfold thicknesses
Triceps skinfold
mm
mm F
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes
Subscapular skinfold
mm
mm F
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes

Skinfold calipers used

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Crown-rump length (infantometer)
cm
cm
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes
Crown-heel length (left leg) (infantometer)
cm
cm
1
2
3

Crying

0
No
1
Yes

Minimum carriage reading ... mm

mm I

Anthropometer used

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Baby weight (preferably nude) ... kg

kg

Weight of any clothes / nappy ... kg

kg
12 TEETH

Number of teeth

How many I

Position of teeth

How old was your baby when he/she cut his/her first tooth? ... mths ... wks ... days

mths
wks in month
days in wk

or on what date did he/she cut his/her first tooth ?

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13 SKIN EXAMINATION
*Eczema = poorly defined redness with scaling, crusting, vesicles or accentuated skin markings (lichenification)

Is/are there any? Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Is/are there any? Birthmarks

0
No
1
Yes

Scalp / Behind ears Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Scalp / Behind ears Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Face - cheeks & forehead Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Face - cheeks & forehead Face - around the mouth Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Face - around the mouth Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Neck Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Neck Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Arms - palms of the hands Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Arms - palms of the hands Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Arms - antecubital fossae Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Arms - antecubital fossae Arms - remainder (backs of hands, forearms, upper arms) Arms - axillae Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Arms - remainder (backs of hands, forearms, upper arms) Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Arms - axillae Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Trunk - back Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Trunk - back Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Trunk - front (chest & abdomen) Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Trunk - front (chest & abdomen) Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Legs - soles of feet Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Legs - soles of feet Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Legs - popliteal fossae (behind knees) Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Legs - popliteal fossae (behind knees) Legs - remainder of (ie. thighs, lower leg, dorsa feet) Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

Legs - remainder of (ie. thighs, lower leg, dorsa feet) Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Nappy area (incl. nappy rash) Eczema*

0
No
1
Yes

Nappy area (incl. nappy rash) Birthmarks

1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
14 SKIN PRICK TESTING
Mother's skin prick testing is done on her forearm and the child's on his/her back.
Mother (mm) Child (mm)
mm I mm I
Cat
Dog
Egg
Saline (neg control)
Grass Pollens
House dust mite (D. pteronyss.)
Milk
Histamine (pos control)

Skin prick tester

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12 MONTH INFANCY QUESTIONNAIRE
Mother's forename only:
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Infant's forename only:
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[Nurse to refer to salmon card to ensure child's name is correct, and record any changes thereon. Also to request additional telephone number, for tracing purposes if family move]
Infant's date of birth
Date of birth
Sex
M
Male
F
Female
Date of interview
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Interviewer
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I would firstly like to ask you about your baby's feeding. I'll start with questions about the type of milk or formula he/she has had.

1 MILK OR FORMULA FEEDING

Was he/she breast fed after the age of 6 months?
0
No
1
Yes

*Please tell me which types of milk or formula you have used between 6 months and now, and what age your baby was when it was started and stopped, or on what date it was started and stopped.

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Can you tell me the types of milk or formula he/she has had in the past 4 weeks? How many days out of the past 4 weeks (28 days) was type of milk given? How many times per day was type of milk given? *What was the average amount of type of milk per day on these days?

Type of milk or formula Formula/milk code Number of days in the past 28 How many times per day Total volume per day ... oz (1 pint = 20 oz) Total volume per day ... mls
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2 FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them. Explain the use of spoons, cups, bowl and diagrams.
*Did your baby eat any dried baby foods in the past 4 weeks?
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No
1
Yes
*Did your baby eat any jars, tins or pots of baby foods in the past 4 weeks?
0
No
1
Yes

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of slices

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

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How many IHow many F

0 - Never

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How many IHow many F
White bread
Brown and wholemeal bread

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of crackers ritz = 1, baby breadstick = 1 adult breadstick and cream cracker = 2

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

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How many IHow many F

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How many IHow many F

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How many IHow many F
Crackers, cheese biscuits and breadsticks

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of tbsp dried 1 Weetabix = 4

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

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How many ITablespoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

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How many ITablespoons

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How many ITablespoons
Breakfast cereals and porridge

What are the main types of cereal used?

Type Brand
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Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of egg size 1 av. scoop (1/4 cup) = 1

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

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2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

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How many IHow many F

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Boiled and baked potatoes

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving McDonald's = 2 1 Waffle or 2 croq.= 1

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

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How many IHow many F

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How many IHow many F

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Chips, potato shapes and roast potatoes

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving No. of tablespoons cooked

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

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How many ITablespoons

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How many ITablespoons

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How many ITablespoons
Rice
Pasta

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 nugget = 0.5 1 stick = 1 1 burger = 3

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

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2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

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How many IHow many F

0 - Never

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How many IHow many F

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How many IHow many F
Chicken or turkey in batter or breadcrumbs

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 burger = 4

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

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How many IHow many F

0 - Never

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Beefburgers

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 rasher back/streaky = 1 1 whole rasher = 2

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Bacon and gammon

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 thin chipolata = 1 1 large = 2

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Sausages

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons (not incl. potato topping)

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Meat casseroles, stews, and curries

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving chicken breast = 4 average slice = 1

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Roast, grilled or fried meat

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving faggot = 4 see drawing

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Liver, kidney and faggots

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving see drawing individual meat pie = 4

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Meat pies and sausage rolls

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving average slice = 1 see drawing

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Ham and processed cold meats

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving fish finger = 1 triangle shape = 3 chip shop fish = 5

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Fish in batter or breadcrumbs

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving drawing 4 tbsp = 1

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Other white fish

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons std can tuna = 13

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Oily fish

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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Tinned peas, carrots, sweetcorn and mixed vegetables
Carrots
Peas and green beans
Sweetcorn
Broccoli, cabbage, spring greens and Brussels sprouts
Cauliflower

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 tbsp tinned = 1 medium tomato = 5

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Tomatoes

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 lettuce leaf = 1 3 slices cucumber = 1

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Green salad

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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Beans and pulses

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 burger = 2 1 thin saus = 1 1 lge saus= 2 1 nugget = 0.5

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Vegetarian burgers, sausages and nuggets

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving see drawing

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Pizza

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving see drawing

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Quiche and savoury flan

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of eggs

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Eggs

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 tbsp grated = 0.5 1 slice (see drawing) = 1 1 tbsp cottage = 1 small triangle = 1

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Cheese

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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Savoury white sauce

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons 1 can fruitini =8 tbsp

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Tinned fruit

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 whole fruit = 1 6 tbsp cooked fruit = 1

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Apples and pears

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of bananas

0 - Never

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Bananas

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving satsuma = 1 orange = 3

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Oranges and satsumas

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 peach/nectarine 1 thin slice melon

0 - Never

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Peaches, nectarines, melon

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving kiwi = 1, mango = 3 5 strawberries = 1 15 raspberries = 1

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Strawberries, raspberries, mango and kiwi

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving plum = 1 10cherries/grapes = 1

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Plums, cherries and grapes

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving Weight (grams) small pot approx 50g average pot approx 100g

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Yoghurt and fromage frais
Yoghurt and fromage frais
1
Ordinary wholemilk
2
Ordinary low fat
3
Danone baby fromage frais made with follow on milk
4
Onky Blok fromage frais with added vitamins
5
Tescos fromage frais with added vitamins
88
Other
77
multiple types
Other

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving average pot = 1

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Other ready made desserts in pots

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons mini milk = 2 1scoop=4

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Ice-cream

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of tablespoons

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How many ITablespoons
Custard and sweet white sauce
Other puddings

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving small cake e.g.. mini-roll = 1 bun / scone = 2

0 - Never

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Cakes, buns and pastries

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving chocolate finger = 1/2 digestive size = 1 wrapped biscuit = 2

0 - Never

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Chocolate and digestive biscuits

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of average biscuits

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Other biscuits

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving fun/treat size Mars etc = 1 3 squares chocolate = 1 average bag buttons = 2

0 - Never

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Chocolate

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving fun size bag = 1 average bag = 2

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Sweets

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving 1 average bag

0 - Never

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Crisps and savoury snacks

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- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons 1 sl bread = 0.3 tsp

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How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

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3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons
Marmite and Bovril

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons 1 sl bread = 2 tsp

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons
Peanut butter
Jam and sweet spreads

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons 1 sl bread = 1.5 tsp

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons
Butter and margarine

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving no. of teaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many ITeaspoons
Sugar

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of ozs Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of std beakers

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F
Baby juices
Pure fruit juice
Fruit drinks

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of ozs Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of std beakers

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F
Ribena, C-vit and high juice blackcurrant squash (amt. diluted)
What is the main type?
1
Ordinary Ribena, C-vit and hi juice blackcurrant
2
Ribena light
3
Really Light Ribena
4
Low sugar hi juice blackcurrant
5
Other
Other

Now I am going to ask you about the foods your baby has eaten in the past 4 weeks. I will ask you how often he/she has eaten certain foods and also the amount of food eaten. You should only include food actually eaten, do not include food that was left over or spilled. For some foods, I will show you drawings and models to help you estimate the amount of food. Your baby may sometimes be fed by a relative, friend or someone else. If you know the type of food and approximate amount eaten at these times please include them.

- More than once a day Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of ozs Average amount per serving Standard beaker approx 8oz No. of std beakers

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F

0 - Never

0.5 - 1-3 per month

1 - Number of times per week 1

2 - Number of times per week 2

3 - Number of times per week 3

4 - Number of times per week 4

5 - Number of times per week 5

6 - Number of times per week 6

7 - Number of times per week 7

How many IozHow many F
Squash, not including low calorie (amount when diluted)
Low cal squash (amount when diluted)
Fizzy drinks, not including low calorie
Low calorie fizzy drinks
Tea (amount without milk)
Water
Is there anything else he/she has had to eat or drink 4 or more times (that is, about once a week or more) in the past 4 weeks that we have not already included?
0
No
1
Yes
On average over the past 4 weeks, how many meals per week were given to your baby by someone other than yourself?
How many I
During the past 4 weeks have you given him/her any vitamins or minerals, including iron and fluoride drops?
0
No
1
Yes

please state which:

Supplement Name How many days in the last 28? Is it: Is it: other? (state) No. of stated units per day
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1 - tablet

2 - drops

3 - other? (state)

4 - liquid

OtherHow many I
Generic textHow many I

1 - tablet

2 - drops

3 - other? (state)

4 - liquid

OtherHow many I
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1 - tablet

2 - drops

3 - other? (state)

4 - liquid

OtherHow many I
Generic textHow many I

1 - tablet

2 - drops

3 - other? (state)

4 - liquid

OtherHow many I
Generic textHow many I

1 - tablet

2 - drops

3 - other? (state)

4 - liquid

OtherHow many I
1
2
3
4

3 INTRODUCTION OF FOODS

Now I'd like to ask you about when various foods were first introduced to your baby.
Was he/she eating solid foods by 6 months of age?
0
No
1
Yes

4 BOTTLE USE

Can he/she drink from an ordinary cup or glass, or have you never tried?
0
No
1
Yes
2
Never tried

*Does he/she have the following drinks from a bottle, cup, both or never has it?

-

1 - Bottle

2 - Cup/beaker

3 - Both

4 - Never has it

Milk or formula
Water
Fruit juice or other soft drinks

5 BABY'S ILLNESSES

I would just like to ask a few questions about any illnesses the baby might have had since we last visited you when your baby was about six months old. (Give date of last visit) (Prolonged period with <1 week break between bouts - enter 88)
Has he/she had any episodes of chestiness associated with wheezing or whistling in his/her chest? (includes wheezy bronchitis, asthma) Yes - number of times
0
No
How many I
In the past six months, other than during the first week of a cold, has he/she woken at night with coughing for 3 or more nights in a row?
0
No
1
Yes
In the past six months has he/she ever been diagnosed by a doctor as having had pneumonia or bronchiolitis? (don't include bronchitis or "chest infection") Yes - number of times
0
No
How many I
In the past six months, has he/she ever been diagnosed by a doctor as having had a chest infection or bronchitis ? (includes wheezy bronchitis) Yes - number of times
0
No
How many I
In the past six months, has he/she had any episodes of croup or a croupy cough ? (i.e. a barking cough worse at night) Yes - number of episodes
0
No
How many I
In the past six months, has he/she had any bouts of vomiting lasting 2 days or longer ? (do not include possetting or regurgitation) Yes - number of bouts
0
No
How many I
In the past six months, has he/she had any bouts of diarrhoea lasting 2 days or longer ? Yes - number of bouts
0
No
How many I
In the past six months, has he/she ever been diagnosed by a doctor as having an ear infection ? Yes - number of times
0
No
How many I

6 ANTIBIOTICS & ANTIHISTAMINES

I'd now like to ask about your child's treatment with antibiotics and/or antihistamines prescribed by a doctor or hospital at any time since birth.
Has he/she ever been given antibiotics as a treatment?
0
No
1
Yes
Has he/she had any antihistamine syrup in the last 7 days?
0
No
1
Yes

7 SKIN CONDITIONS

Has he/she had an itchy skin condition at any time in the past six months - by itchy we mean scratching or rubbing the skin a lot ?
0
No
1
Yes
In the past six months, has he/she suffered from a generally dry skin ?
0
No
1
Yes
8
To a minor degree

*In the past six months, has he/she had a scaly, or red and weeping skin rash affecting any of the following areas:

-

0 - No

1 - Yes

the scalp or behind the ears (including "cradle cap")
around the neck
the cheeks or forehead
either the folds of the elbows or behind the knees
the forearms, wrists, shins or ankles
the shoulders, chest, tummy or back
in the armpits
the nappy area (including nappy rash)
have you ever been able to clearly link a rash on his/her face, trunk or limbs with teething?
0
No
1
Yes
or with specific foods
0
No
1
Yes
which foods?
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8 ALLERGIES

One of the things we are trying to determine is why some children become allergic to cats & dogs whereas many others don't.
I would first like to ask whether you have kept a cat at home at any time in the past six months?
0
No
1
Yes
is the cat kept:
1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house
if yes & not offered, go to 8.5
*How often has he/she visited homes that keep a cat or cats in the past six months?.
0
Never
1
Infrequently (once a month or less)
2
Fairly frequently (several times a month)
3
Frequently (several times a week)
4
Every day or almost every day
is the cat kept:
1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house
And similarly, have you kept a dog at home at any time in the past six months?
0
No
1
Yes
is the dog kept:
1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house
if yes & not offered, go to section 9
*How often has he/she visited homes that keep a dog or dogs in the past six months?
0
Never
1
Infrequently (once a month or less)
2
Fairly frequently (several times month)
3
Frequently (several times a week)
4
Every day or almost every day
is the dog kept:
1
Only in a separate room
2
Only outside the house

9 SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS

*Does he/she sleep mainly
1
in the same bedroom as brothers or sisters
2
in the same bedroom as parents
3
in his/her own bedroom
8
other, specify
Other
How many times per night (between midnight and 6am) does he/she generally wake for feeding or any other reason? Please answer this in relation to the last 2 weeks? ... per night
How many F

10 MOTHER'S EMPLOYMENT

Are you currently employed in paid work ?
0
No
1
Yes

11 INFANT EXAMINATION

Measurement Date
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Time (24 hr clock)
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Measurer
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Helpers (Parent 90)
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Occipito-frontal circumference

cm
cm
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes

Left mid-upper arm circumference (arm straight)

cm
cm
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes

Chest circumference

cm
cm
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes

Abdominal circumference

cm
cm
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes
Skinfold thicknesses

Triceps skinfold

mm
mm F
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes

Subscapular skinfold

mm
mm F
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes
Skinfold calipers used
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Crown-rump length (infantometer)

cm
cm
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes

Crown-heel length (left leg) (infantometer)

cm
cm
1
2
3
Crying
0
No
1
Yes
Minimum carriage reading ... mm
mm I
Anthropometer used
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Baby weight (preferably nude) ... kg
kg
Weight of any clothes / nappy ... kg
kg

12 TEETH

Number of teeth
How many I
Position of teeth
How old was your baby when he/she cut his/her first tooth? ... mths ... wks ... days
mths
wks in month
days in wk
or on what date did he/she cut his/her first tooth ?
Generic date

13 SKIN EXAMINATION

*Eczema = poorly defined redness with scaling, crusting, vesicles or accentuated skin markings (lichenification)
Is/are there any? Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Is/are there any? Birthmarks
0
No
1
Yes
Scalp / Behind ears Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Scalp / Behind ears Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Face - cheeks & forehead Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Face - cheeks & forehead Face - around the mouth Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Face - around the mouth Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Neck Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Neck Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Arms - palms of the hands Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Arms - palms of the hands Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Arms - antecubital fossae Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Arms - antecubital fossae Arms - remainder (backs of hands, forearms, upper arms) Arms - axillae Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Arms - remainder (backs of hands, forearms, upper arms) Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Arms - axillae Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Trunk - back Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Trunk - back Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Trunk - front (chest & abdomen) Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Trunk - front (chest & abdomen) Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Legs - soles of feet Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Legs - soles of feet Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Legs - popliteal fossae (behind knees) Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Legs - popliteal fossae (behind knees) Legs - remainder of (ie. thighs, lower leg, dorsa feet) Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified
Legs - remainder of (ie. thighs, lower leg, dorsa feet) Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Nappy area (incl. nappy rash) Eczema*
0
No
1
Yes
Nappy area (incl. nappy rash) Birthmarks
1
Strawberry Naevus
2
Port Wine Stain
3
Stork Mark
4
Café au lait
5
Mongolian blue spot
6
Nevus sebaceous
7
Nevus spilus
8
Other birthmark, unclassified

14 SKIN PRICK TESTING

Mother's skin prick testing is done on her forearm and the child's on his/her back.

Mother (mm) Child (mm)
mm I mm I
Cat
Dog
Egg
Saline (neg control)
Grass Pollens
House dust mite (D. pteronyss.)
Milk
Histamine (pos control)
Skin prick tester
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Name

12 Month Infancy Questionnaire