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Topic: The National Physical Activity Plan campaign recently launched in the U.S. aims to raise awareness of how much exercise people need to reap health benefits. What are the most important pieces of research to promote to encourage people to exercise more?
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Kristi (41 Posts) from United States on May 3, 2010:


The National Physical Activity Plan campaign recently launched in the U.S. aims to raise awareness of how much exercise people need to reap health benefits. What are the most important pieces of research to promote to encourage people to exercise more?
 




 

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