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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: THAILAND
2014 Heavy internet use and its associations with health risk and health-promoting behaviours among Thai university students
The Internet provides significant benefits for learning about the world, but excessive Internet use can lead to negative outcomes. The aim o...
2014 Needs assessment of a disability rehabilitation centre in a sub-district of Ratchaburi province in Thailand
The paper aims is to carry out the needs assessment, and to come up with a suitable model for the establishment of a rehabilitation centre f...
2014 Sociobehavioral factors associated with caries increment: a longitudinal study from 24 to 36 months old children in Thailand
The aim of this study is to investigate sociobehavioral risk factors from the prenatal period until 36 months of age, and the caries increme...Download this report
The aim of this study were to assess bullying and its associated factors in school-going adolescents in Thailand. Using data from the Thail...