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American Journal of Health Promotion Special Issue: Health Promoting Community Design

This special issue of the American Journal of Health Promotion includes articles exploring the connection between community design and public health. The articles propose conceptual frameworks, review walkability and bikeability assessment tools, and offer evidence for the link between physical activity and environmental design



OrganizationAmerican Journal of Health Promotion
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLwww.activelivingbydesign.org/index.php?id=...
Publish DateSept/Oct 2003
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