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... nie differenzierter. Die GIM Studie „Germany in Motion.“ bietet nun eine aktuelle umfassende Fitness...
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...Germany is home to approximately 80.8 million people who live in 16 federal states (Destatis 2014a...
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...Primary care physicians in Germany are potentially in a pivotal position to provide physical...
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by Heinemann, Klaus (Author),
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