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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: CHILDREN
As insufficient engagement in physical activity (PA) is becoming a major health concern in Thailand, we aimed to investigate the impact of p...
Research in the developed world suggests that parental alcohol use negatively impacts child mental health. However, little research has exam...
2016 Letter to the editor: role of antibiotics in reducing childhood mortality in resource-poor settings
2016 Exploring the salience of intergenerational trauma among children and grandchildren of victims of apartheid-era gross human rights violations
Apartheid, as a systemised and institutionalised process of race-based discrimination, exploitation and oppression, left in its wake a deepl...