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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: VALUES IN SOCIETY
How does the decision to become a parent unfold for heterosexual men? Is becoming a father a 'decision' at all or a series of events? These ...
This paper aims to examine determinants of multiple sexual partnerships (MSPs) among South African men and women using a nationally represen...
The South African government introduced a series of legislative and policy reforms aimed at promoting stronger, more cohesive families after...
2012 Evaluating the value that young people attach to LoveLife and investigating factors impacting the life choices and risk tolerance of youth
There is no abstract available due to the confidential status of the report....