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Physical Activity and Health of Hong Kong Youth

David P. Johns and

Koenraad J. Lindner

The Chinese University Press

254 pages, $27.

Written by professionals for clinicians, medical practitioners and exercise scientists, this book examines the relationship between the physical activity and health of Hong Kong youth through extensive research findings. Parts of the book compare lifestyles of Hong Kong youth with their American and Canadian counterparts, and demonstrate how the same sedentary lifestyles and lack of physical activity contribute to detrimental outcomes in health. Includes policy recommendations. (852) 2609-6508,


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