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Research outputs: YOUTH
2016 Leisure time physical inactivity and sedentary behaviour and lifestyle correlates among students aged 13-15 in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states, 2007-2013
The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between self-reported leisure time physical inactivity frequency and sedentary behavio...
Away from the media limelight and academic attention, black urban youth had long been in dialogue on a range of important social, economic a...Download this report
2016 Predictors of multiple concurrent and multiple sexual partnerships among male and female youth aged 18-24 in South Africa
This study aimed to determine predictors of multiple concurrent and multiple sexual partnerships among South African male and female youth. ...