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Children, parents, and pets exercising together (CPET) randomised controlled trial: study rationale, design, and methods

By P. S. Yam, R. Morrison, V. Penpraze, C. Westgarth, D. S. Ward, N. Mutrie, P. Hutchison, D. Young, J. J. Reilly

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Publication Title BMC Public Health
Volume 12
Issue 208
ISBN/ISSN 1471-2458
Author Address University of Glasgow College of Medical, Veterinary, and Life Sciences, Glasgow, UK.Philippa.Yam@glasgow.ac.ukr.morrison.2@research.gla.ac.ukVictoria.penpraze@glasgow.ac.ukCarri.Westgarth@liverpool.ac.ukdsward@email.unc.edunanette.mutrie@strath.ac.ukpositiveimprint@aol.comdavid.young@strath.ac.ukjohn.j.reilly@strath.ac.uk
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  1. Animals
  2. British Isles
  3. Canidae
  4. Canine
  5. Carnivores
  6. Children
  7. Commonwealth of Nations
  8. Developed countries
  9. Dogs
  10. Europe
  11. Exercise
  12. Family
  13. Great Britain
  14. Health behavior
  15. Health Promotion
  16. Humans
  17. Mammals
  18. Men
  19. Nutrition
  20. OECD countries
  21. open access
  22. parents
  23. peer-reviewed
  24. Pets and companion animals
  25. physical activity
  26. Primates
  27. randomized trials
  28. United Kingdom
  29. vertebrates
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  1. open access
  2. peer-reviewed