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2021 Prevalence of self-reported HIV testing and associated factors among adolescent girls and young women in South Africa: results from a 2017 nationally representative population-based HIV survey
This article estimated the prevalence of self-reported HIV testing and identified associated factors among sexually active adolescent girls ...
2021 What does social support sound like?: challenges and opportunities for using passive episodic audio collection to assess the social environment
In qualitative interviews, mothers described a range of positive and negative social interactions and the sounds that accompanied these. Pot...Download this report
2021 Mobile health interventions addressing childhood and adolescent obesity in Sub-Saharan Africa and Europe: current landscape and potential for future research
Child and adolescent overweight is a growing public health problem globally. Europe and low and middle-income (LMIC) countries in Sub-Sahara...Download this report
2021 Artificial intelligence approach for analyzing anaemia prevalence in children and adolescents in Brics countries: a review
Anemia prevalence, especially among children and adolescents, is a serious public health burden in the BRICS countries. This article gives a...