Graffiti, greenery, and obesity in adults: secondary analysis of European cross sectional survey.

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@article{Ellaway2005GraffitiGA, title={Graffiti, greenery, and obesity in adults: secondary analysis of European cross sectional survey.}, author={Anne Ellaway and Sally MacIntyre and Xavier R Bonnefoy}, journal={BMJ}, year={2005}, volume={331 7517}, pages={611-2} }