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2016 Using sport as an intervention for substance abuse reduction among adolescents and young adults in three selected communities in South Africa: an exploratory study

The global prevalence of substance abuse among youth and young adults is attributed to nearly a tenth (9.8%) of the global burden of disease...

2016 Prevalence and correlates of perceived teeth health status and oral health behavior among school-going adolescents in Cambodia

The purpose of the study was to investigate perceived teeth health status and oral health behavior, as well as their correlates, among adole...

2016 Contrast and contradiction: being a black adolescent in contemporary South Africa

This study aimed to gain in-depth understanding of the lived identity of black African adolescents in a contemporary South African setting. ...

2016 A parenting programme to prevent abuse of adolescents in South Africa: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

An estimated one billion children experience child abuse each year, with the highest rates in lowand middle-income countries. The Sinovuyo T...