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Series : Physical activity

Published : 2012
Page Length : 72
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : British Heart Foundation

Whatever your age, size or physical condition, you are likely to benefit from being more active. You'll benefit as much from brisk walking, or activities like gardening and climbing stairs. The information, practical tips and questions and answers in this guide will help you understand more about physical activity and how you can be active.


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