JHEAL: What Does It Mean to Initiate a New Journal?
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Sallis, J. (2020). JHEAL: What Does It Mean to Initiate a New Journal?. Journal of Healthy Eating and Active Living, 1(1), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.51250/jheal.v1i1.12


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