DÄ internationalArchive1-2/2007Physical Activities as Key Element in Prevention and Therapy of Overweight Children

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Physical Activities as Key Element in Prevention and Therapy of Overweight Children

Dtsch Arztebl 2007; 104(1-2): A-35

Korsten-Reck, U

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