Mass media exposure: Created by combining whether a respondent reads a newspaper, listen to the radio, and watch television and coded as yes (if a woman had exposed to at least one of these media) and no (if women were not exposed to at least one of the media).

Size of the child at birth: It is defined as the size of the child during delivery, which is based on the mere report of mothers and categorized in the surveys as very small, small, average, large, and very large and recoded as average, small (includes very small and small), and large (includes large and very large) for this analysis.

The other independent variable definitions are self-explanatory and more information about these variables can get from the EDHS 2016 report [28].

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