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गुरुवार, 6 सितंबर 2018

34 per cent of Indians are insufficiently active, finds Lancet study

34 per cent of Indians are insufficiently active, finds Lancet study
- At least 34 per cent of India's population is insufficiently active, a new Lancet ... The levels of insufficient activity were higher among women at 48 per cent, ... The study, based on self-reported activity levels, including activity at work ...

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