Domains and levels of physical activity are linked to mental health and wellbeing in deprived neighbourhoods: a cross-sectional study

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Mason, Philip; Curl, Angela; Kearns, Ade;
  • Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
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    mesheuropmc: human activities

Although relationships between participating in physical activity and positive mental health and wellbeing are well established, little is known about the relative contributions of the different domains of physical activity (PA) —household, occupational, active travel, ... View more
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