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Quantification of the human health risks associated with kerosene use in the informal settlement of Cato Manor, Durban.
The main objective of this study was to investigate the application of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) human health risk assessment framework for quantifying the adverse human health effects of ...
Plant ecology and ethnobotany of two sacred forests (kayas) at the Kenya coast.
The coastal forests of Kenya represent a rare and threatened forest type which has over 3,000 plant taxa, of which about 500 are endemic. The patches which comprise this forest type include sacred forests, the kayas, that ...
Geohelminth transmission among slum-dwelling children in Durban, South Africa.
Geohelminthiasis is a serious problem in city slums and despite being easily treatable in the short term, its elimination enjoys a low priority by parents, teachers and public health authorities. This is partly due to ...