"The Provision of Active After-School Clubs for Children in English Primary Schools: Implications for Increasing Children’s Physical Activity"
written by Ben R. Davies, Lesley Wood, Kate Banfield, Mark J. Edwards, Russell Jago,
published by Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol.4 No.7, 2014
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