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Opinion Article - Journal of Public Health Policy and Planning (2022) Volume 6, Issue 5

Maternal fitness and fitness-related behaviours with their child fitness.

Situations within the locations in which human beings live, analyse, work, and play affect a huge range of fitness risks and effects. Environmental and social elements consisting of access to health care and early intervention services, educational, employment, and financial opportunities, social support, and availability of sources to satisfy each day needs influence maternal fitness behaviours and fitness fame.

Author(s): Shanti Arora

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