Volume 3 Issue 2

Research Article

Shisha Smoking: Exploring Beliefs, Social Determinants and Attitudes Among Young Smokers in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Mangi J Ezekiel1 , Moses Stephen2 and Idda H Mosha1*

Shisha smoking is growing in popularity, among youths, however, little is known about its determinants, beliefs and attitudes towards smoking shisha. Tobacco consumption and consequent morbidity and mortality are expected to grow most markedly over coming decades in low-income and middle-income countries. PDF

Research Article

Factors Influencing Retention of HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment among Adolescents Living with HIV in Mkuranga District Tanzania

Idda H Mosha1*, Noela Wiliam Nsanzugwanko2 , Mangi J Ezekiel1 and Emmy Metta1

The estimated number of HIV/AIDS deaths among adolescents in the world increased by 50% in 2005 and 2012, despite significant decreases in all other age groups. PDF

Research Article

Heterosexual Anal Intercourse Causes Obstetric Fistula: Implications for Promoting Timely Obstetric Fistula Care Seeking Behavior in Tanzania

Switbert R Kamazima1*, Method R Kazaura2 and Deodatus C V Kakoko1

Several barriers restricting women from seeking obstetric fistula care timely have been established and addressed worldwide. Despite success recorded in removing barriers to accessing obstetric fistula care, many women in resource scarce countries continue PDF