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Research outputs: SUBSTANCE ABUSE
At the end of the apartheid era, research relating to the nature and extent of use of drugs other than alcohol and tobacco among the general...
Objective. To assess and compare the extent of high-risk drinking and factors associated with high-risk drinking in the adult female populat...
This review synthesizes available epidemiological data on current drug use and substance user treatment admissions in South Africa since 199...