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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: HEALTH
2018 Addressing research gaps around masculinity and stigma: implications for TB health-care seeking
2018 Healthcare providers' challenges in providing health services to men: a masculinities-framed study of TB-related care-seeking in Blantyre, Malawi
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2017 The Sackler Institute for nutrition science report: adolescent girl-adult women comparison study: the nutritional status and metabolic disease risk profile of South African women (15+ years)
The prevalence of malnutrition (under- and overweight, and nutrient deficiencies) in SA has consistently been reported to have risen, albeit...
2017 Accelerating tuberculosis control: addressing the structural drivers of the disease in South Africa
Although efforts to address the burden of tuberculosis (TB) have yielded notable progress, the disease remains a major health problem in Sou...Download this report