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Never better, or getting worse? : the health and wellbeing of young Australians / Richard Eckersley
Bib ID 4611218
Format BookBook
Author
Eckersley, Richard,, 1947-
 
Description Weston, A.C.T. : Australia 21, 2008 
28 p. : ill., 1 port. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Includes bibliography p. 27-28.

Subjects Quality of life -- Australia.  |  Youth -- Health and hygiene -- Australia.  |  Children -- Health and hygiene -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australia21 (Research institute)
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Health and wellbeing of young Australians

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