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Knowledge of HIV/AIDS, attitudes towards sexual risk behaviour and perceived behavioural control among college students in Botswana (Cogent OA, www.cogentoa.com, 2016)This study examines the knowledge of HIV/AIDS, attitudes towards risky sexual behaviour and perceived behavioural control among students in Botswana. Data were collected from 445 students randomly selected from the University ...
(University of Botswna, www.ub.bw, 2015)Background: Sub-Saharan Africa has the world’s highest HIV incidence, with about 71.4% of HIV infection worldwide in 2013. Botswana has the second highest infection rate in the world and the epidemic has left a large number ...
(e-Century Publishing, http://www.e-century.us/submission/index.php, 2016-08-30)Although the microscopic features of invasion are usually readily recognized, occasionally invasive ductal carcinoma may mimic the pattern of comedo ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) by forming large cellular nests with ...
Determination of antibiotic resistance and enterotoxigenic potential of Staphylococcus aureus strains isolated from foods sold by street vendors in Gaborone, Botswana (Adhya Biosciences Pvt. Ltd., http://ijbio.com/index.php/ijb/index, 2017)Staphylococcus aureus is one of the causes of foodborne diseases worldwide. Staphylococcal food poisoning ensues after ingestion of contaminated food and results in symptoms of gastroenteritis such as vomiting, abdominal ...
(Biomed Central; https://www.biomedcentral.com, 2016)Background: The contribution of HIV-exposure to childhood mortality in a setting with widespread antiretroviral treatment (ART) availability has not been determined. Methods: From January 2012 to March 2013, mothers were ...