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Secular trends in menarcheal age among Ghanaian women in Accra - R.M.K. Adanu, A.G. Hill, J.D. Seffah, R. Darko, J. K. Anarfi and R. B. Duda
Type: Article | 2006 | Item not available on this server.

Interest in healthy living outweighs presumed cultural norms for obesity for Ghanaian women - Rosemary B. Duda, Naana Jumah, Allan G Hill, Joseph Seffah and Richard Biritwum
Type: Article | 2006 | Item not available on this server.

Hope and despair over health in Gaza - A. G Hill, C. J. Clark, I. Lubbad and C. Bruderlein
Type: Article | 2006 | Item not available on this server.

Men's involvement in the South African family: engendering change in the AIDS era - Catherine M. Montgomery, Victoria Hosegood, Joanna Busza and Ian M. Timaeus
Type: Article | 2006 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Monograph | 2006 | Centre for AIDS Research, University of Southampton

Ethnic residential patterns as predictors of intra-urban child mortality in Accra, Ghana - John R. Weeks, Allan G. Hill, Arthur Getis and Douglas Stow
Type: Article | 2006 | Item not available on this server.

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