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2021 Trends, prevalence and factors associated with hypertension and diabetes among South African adults living with HIV, 2005-2017

Many people are now living longer with HIV due to access to antiretroviral treatment. In turn, there has been an increase in the burden of h...

2021 The substantial burden of non-communicable diseases and HIV-comorbidity amongst adults: screening results from an integrated HIV testing services clinic for adults in Soweto, South Africa

Background: South Africa is disproportionately impacted by non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and HIV/AIDS. We investigated the prevalence of ...

2021 Prevalence and correlates of hazardous, harmful or dependent alcohol use and drug use amongst persons 15 years and older in South Africa: results of a national survey in 2017

Harmful alcohol and illicit drug use significantly contribute the burden of disease. Aim: This study aimed to assess the prevalence and corr...

2020 Social determinants of depression among adults in South Africa

The aim of this study was to investigate the social determinants of depression in a large population-based survey in six of 11 provinces in ...