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Assessing the linkages between socioeconomic status, perceived personal risk, and risk factors for cardiovascular and related non-communicable diseases in a population of slum dwellers in Nairobi, Kenya
2008 - 2009
Health and Well-Being (HaW)
African Population and Health Research Center
February 23, 2015
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The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Annelieke, Hulzebosch, van de Vijver Steven, Oti Samuel, Egondi Thaddaeus, and Kyobutungi Catherine.
Profile of people with hypertension in Nairobi's slums: a descriptive study
Globalization and Health 11, no. 26 (2015): 0-0.
Remare, Ettarh, van de Vijver Steven, Oti Samuel, and Kyobutungi Catherine.
Overweight, obesity and perception of body image among slum residents in Nairobi, Kenya
Preventing Chronic Disease 10, no. E212 (2013): 0-0.
Steven, Van de Vijver, Oti Samuel, Agyemang Charles, Gomez Gabriela, and Kyobutungi Catherine.
Prevalence, awareness, treatment and control of hypertension among slum dwellers in Nairobi Kenya
Journal of Hypertension 31, no. 5 (2013): 1018-1024.