Analysis on prevalence and influencing factors of health risk behaviors of Dong and Bai Nationality adolescents in rural of Wuling mountainous area in 2016.

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Summary of "Analysis on prevalence and influencing factors of health risk behaviors of Dong and Bai Nationality adolescents in rural of Wuling mountainous area in 2016."

To understand the health risk behaviors prevalence and influencing factors of Dong and Bai Nationality adolescents in rural of Wuling mountainous area.


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Name: Wei sheng yan jiu = Journal of hygiene research
ISSN: 1000-8020
Pages: 782-788


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