Published on in Vol 3 , No 4 (2014) :Oct-Dec

Perceived Reasons, Incentives, and Barriers to Physical Activity in Swedish Elderly Men

Perceived Reasons, Incentives, and Barriers to Physical Activity in Swedish Elderly Men

Perceived Reasons, Incentives, and Barriers to Physical Activity in Swedish Elderly Men

Journals

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  6. Loh K, Sanapala C, Di Giovanni G, Klepin H, Janelsins M, Schnall R, Culakova E, Vertino P, Susiarjo M, Mendler J, Liesveld J, Lin P, Dunne R, Kleckner I, Mustian K, Mohile S. Developing and adapting a mobile health exercise intervention for older patients with myeloid neoplasms: A qualitative study. Journal of Geriatric Oncology 2021;12(6):909 View
  7. Chou M, Ting N, El-Turk N, Harrington Z, Dobler C, Frey R. Treatment burden experienced by patients with obstructive sleep apnoea using continuous positive airway pressure therapy. PLOS ONE 2021;16(6):e0252915 View