Impact of Physical Exercise Programs and Programs of Social Activity on Public Health and Social Inclusion of Young People

  • Bojan MASANOVIC Faculty for Sport and Physical Education, University of Montenegro, Podgorica, Montenegro

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Published
2019-06-03
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MASANOVIC B. Impact of Physical Exercise Programs and Programs of Social Activity on Public Health and Social Inclusion of Young People. Iran J Public Health. 48(6):1180-1181.
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