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9 September 2012
A good idea indeed--developing a culture of being fit and competitive in sport among adolescent population could pay dividends not only in improving general health but also in unmasking hidden genuine talents. Clearly this should go hand in hand with other issues affecting adolescent health (poor dietary habits, smoking initiation, psychological barriers etc). There will be many ifs and buts, but the good intention of this idea should overcome all that. Mathew Jose
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none, 7ALink Manor Kochi
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