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Adanu, R.M.K., Hill, A.G., Seffah, J.D., Darko, R., Anarfi, J. K. and Duda, R. B. (2006) Secular trends in menarcheal age among Ghanaian women in Accra Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 26, (6), pp. 550-554. (doi:10.1080/01443610600811425). (PMID:17000505).

Duda, Rosemary B., Jumah, Naana, Hill, Allan G, Seffah, Joseph and Biritwum, Richard (2006) Interest in healthy living outweighs presumed cultural norms for obesity for Ghanaian women Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 4, (1), 44-[7 pages]. (doi:10.1186/1477-7525-4-44).

Hill, A. G, Clark, C. J., Lubbad, I. and Bruderlein, C. (2006) Hope and despair over health in Gaza British Medical Journal, 333, (7573), pp. 845-846. (doi:10.1136/bmj.38993.390822.68).

Montgomery, Catherine M., Hosegood, Victoria, Busza, Joanna and Timaeus, Ian M. (2006) Men's involvement in the South African family: engendering change in the AIDS era Social Science & Medicine, 62, (10), pp. 2411-2419. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2005.10.026). (PMID:16300871).

Treby, Emma J., Clark, Michael J. and Maslovskaya, Olga (2006) Living with HIV/AIDS in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight: An Assessment of Needs 2005-2006 Centre for AIDS Research, University of Southampton 80pp. , Southampton, GB

Weeks, John R., Hill, Allan G., Getis, Arthur and Stow, Douglas (2006) Ethnic residential patterns as predictors of intra-urban child mortality in Accra, Ghana Urban Geography, 27, (6), pp. 526-548.

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