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The association between leisure time physical activity and coronary heart disease among men with different physical work demands. A prospective cohort study

Bibliographic reference Clays, Els ; De Bacquer, Dirk ; Janssens, Heidi ; De Clercq, Bart ; Casini, Annalisa ; et. al. The association between leisure time physical activity and coronary heart disease among men with different physical work demands. A prospective cohort study. In: European Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 28, no.3, p. 241-247 (2013)
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