Physical Inactivity in Adolescents: Manmade Epidemic
Children and adolescents are supposed to be playing outdoor daily. During our childhood days this was not the question whether we are physically active or not because all without exception use to play various kinds of games indoor and outdoor. There was always the pressure of studies but we always have time to play.
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