Guidelines for Physical Activity During Pregnancy

@article{Evenson2014GuidelinesFP,
  title={Guidelines for Physical Activity During Pregnancy},
  author={Kelly R Evenson and Ruben Barakat and Wendy J Brown and Patricia Dargent-Molina and Megumi Haruna and Ellen M Mikkelsen and Michelle F. Mottola and K. Owe and Emily K Rousham and Seonae Yeo},
  journal={American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={102 - 121}
}
Introduction. [...] Key Method We cross-referenced with articles referring to guidelines, with only the most recent included. An abstraction form was used to extract key details and summarize. Results. In total, 11 guidelines were identified from 9 countries (Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Japan, Norway, Spain, United Kingdom, United States).Expand Abstract

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