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Research outputs: DRINKING AND DRIVING
2015 Drinking and driving among university students in 22 low, middle income and emerging economy countries
The aim of this study was investigate drinking, driving, and socio-behavioral factors among university students in low and middle income and...
The pursuit of unhealthy behaviors, such as smoking or binge drinking, not only carries various downside risks, but also provides pleasure. ...
2011 Alcohol use and problem drinking in South Africa: findings from a national population-based survey
Objective: This study formed part of the South African National HIV, Incidence, Behaviour and Communication (SABSSM) 2008 survey, which incl...
2011 Drinking and driving and other risk taking behaviours among university students in South Africa
This study assesses the relationship between drinking and driving and other risk taking behaviours among university students in Limpopo, Sou...