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Can Nutrition and Exercise Prevent Chronic Disease States? Getting Back to the Basics of Healthcare Part 2: Exercise and Physical Activity



Can Nutrition and Exercise Prevent Chronic Disease States? Getting Back to the Basics of Healthcare Part 2: Exercise and Physical Activity



Disease Management 3(1): 35-49




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DOI: 10.1089/dis.2000.3.35


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