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【機関誌の表と参考文献紹介】「新型コロナウイルスと身体活動・運動・スポーツ」2023年3月号 COVID-19発症者の運動再開

2023年 02月 28日

機関誌『ヘルスネットワーク』2023年3月号p4「新型コロナウイルスと身体活動・運動・スポーツ」(筆者:西端泉)の表と参考文献を紹介します。

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https://www.jafanet.jp/hnblog/backnumber/

 

  2023年3月号p04-05 表.pdf

 

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