Mohd Habbib Mustafa

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This study was conducted in 2004 among 1200 households in Khartoum to estimate the direct and indirect economic costs of malaria for households. Information on the household and the malaria episodes was collected (care-seeking behaviour, working days lost and expenditure on malaria treatment). There were 327 episodes of malaria; 25.2% of the households(More)
BACKGROUND The prevalence of smoking among secondary school children continues to remain unchanged over the last 3 decades even though awareness regarding the health effects of smoking is increasing. Common misconceptions about smoking and parental influence could be factors influencing future intentions to smoke among these students. Hence, we looked at(More)
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