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Research outputs: WELL-BEING (HEALTH)
Just over a third (36%) of children in South Africa live with their biological father, a figure that has remained fairly consistent over sev...Download this report
Current approaches to longitudinal assessment of childrens developmental and psychological well-being, as mandated in the United Nations Sus...
Apartheid policies had devastating effects on family life in South Africa and the creation of homelands and forced resettlement together wit...
As insufficient engagement in physical activity (PA) is becoming a major health concern in Thailand, we aimed to investigate the impact of p...