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Examined the effects of HIV infection and prenatal drug exposure on infant neurodevelopmental functioning. Three groups of infants were compared: HIV-infected infants, seroreverters, and a comparison group who were prenatally exposed to drugs, but not HIV. Two thirds of the HIV-infected and seroreverter infants were prenatally drug-exposed. Infants (ages(More)
Executive Summary 1 Introduction 3 Men, gender and health 3 Evaluation data on the efficacy of men and gender equality programs 5 International Commitments to Working with Men 6 Gender based violence and AIDS 11 Multiple and concurrent partners 14 Men and condom use 14 Men and HIV testing 16 Men's violence and women's experiences of testing and disclosure(More)
BACKGROUND Nutrition is the intake of food in relation to the body's dietary needs. Malnutrition results from the intake of inadequate or excess food. This can lead to reduced immunity, increased susceptibility to disease, impaired physical and mental development, and reduced productivity. OBJECTIVE To perform a systematic review to assess research(More)
OBJECTIVES The objective of this article is to evaluate the impact of peer workers' involvement as co-leaders in smoking-cessation programmes provided within mental health services. METHOD Group smoking-cessation programmes were provided for people living with mental illness. Peer workers were involved in the development and delivery of these programmes.(More)
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