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Working Paper
Denzer, LaRay, Mary Ebeling, Jonathon Glassman, Karen Hansen, David Schoenbrun, and Carolinbe Bledose. "Discovering normality in health and reproduction body." PAS Working Papers Program of African Studies Northwestern University (2002).
Journal Article
Wandai, Muchiri E, Shane A A Norris, Jens Aagaard-Hansen, and Samuel Manda. "Geographical influence on the distribution of the prevalence of hypertension in South Africa: A multilevel analysis." Cardiovascular Journal of Africa (2019).
Journal Article
Norris, Shane A, Muchiri E Wandai, Samuel O Manda, and Jens Aagaard-Hansen. "Geographical influence on the distribution of the prevalence of hypertension in South Africa: a multilevel analysis." Cardiovascular Journal of Africa 31, no. 1 (2019).
Journal Article
Sartorius, B, K Sartorius, M Taylor, J Aagaard-Hansen, N Dukhi, C Day, N Ndlovu, R Slotow, and K Hofman. "Rapidly increasing body mass index among children, adolescents and young adults in a transitioning population, South Africa, 2008–15." International Journal of Epidemiology 47, no. 3 (2017): 942-952.
Journal Article
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Journal Article
Wandai, Muchiri E, Samuel O Manda, Jens Aagaard-Hansen, and Shane A Norris. "Long-term blood pressure trajectories and associations with age and body mass index among urban women in South Africa." Cardiovascular Journal of Africa (2021).
Working Paper
Leno, Janet L, Dzingai Mutumbuka., and Keith Hansen. "South Africa education sector: Strategic issues and policy options." Informal Discussion Papers on aspects of the economy of South Africa no. 10 1, no. 1 (1995).
Book Section
Bolin, Kristian, Björn Lindgren, Michael Grossman, Dorte Gyrd-Hansen, Tor Iversen, Robert Kaestner, and Jody L Sindelar. "Book series: Advances in health economics and health services research." Human capital and health behavior (2017).
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