“For his part, Sallis said, ‘I would ask parents to resolve to make sure their children get physical activity every day, and they can’t count on schools to provide all the activity teens need.'” Read more here.
Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise
By Jim Sallis April 2019 PACE poster at Society of Behavioral Medicine. Early 1990s This is my personal memorial to Karen Calfas Polarek as a…
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