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MVPA Is Associated with Lower Weight Gain in 8–10 Year Old Children: A Prospective Study with 1 Year Follow-Up

By Abigail Fisher, Claire Hill, Laura Webber, Lisa Purslow and Jane Wardle
Topics: Research Article
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