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Health of Adults Through Prism of Physical Activity

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Computational Estimation of Football Player Wages

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Sport and other motor activities of Warsaw students

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Drug use in Ghana: knowledge, perceptions, and attitudes in a small group of elite student sportspersons

qualitative psychosociological approach Scand J Med Sci Sports2010 ; 20: 336-345. 8. Papadopoulos FC, Skalkidis I, Parkkari J, et al. ‘‘Sports Injuries’’ European Union Group. Doping use among tertiary education students in six developed countries. Eur J Epidemiol 2006; 21: 307-313. 9. The World Anti-Doping Code 2011 (2011) http://www.wadaama.org/Documents/World_Anti-Doping_Program/WADPProhibited-list/To_be_effective/WADA_Prohibited_List_2011_EN.pdf 10. Thomas JO, Dunn M., Swift W, et al. Illicit drug knowledge and information

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Level of physical activity of physical education students according to criteria of the IPAQ questionnaire and the recommendation of WHO experts

levels of physical activity assessed by IPAQ. J. Hum. Kin., 21: 89-96. 10. Piątkowska M., Participation of Polish in the physical activity in comparing to other countries of the European Union (2010) [in Polish]. In: Buśko K. Charzewska J., Kaczanowski K. (eds). Contemporary testing methods of the activity, the efficiency and the physical fitness of the human. AWF Warsaw, pp. 38-57. 11. Purdie D.M., Green A.C. (2001) Epidemiology of endometrial cancer. Best. Pract. Res. Clin. Obstet. Gynaecol., 15(3): 341-354. 12

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Determining the level of physical activity estimated by the Canada Fitness Survey questionnaire using criteria of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire

.1371/journal.pone.0087233. eCollection 2014. 21. Pastuszak A., K. Lisowski, J. Lewandowska, K. Buśko (2014) Level of physical activity of physical education students according to criteria of the IPAQ questionnaire and the recommendations of WHO experts. Biomed. Hum. Kinet., 6: 5-11. 22. Piątkowska M. (2010) Participation of Polish in the physical activity in comparing to other countries of the European Union. [in Polish]. In: Buśko K., J. Charzewska, K. Kaczanowski (eds). Contemporary testing methods of the activity, the efficiency and the physical fitness of the human

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Voluntary Activity of Polish People and its Motives in Recent Years: New Volunteering

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This article covers an issue or the phenomenon of volunteering. The introduction is a recall of a definition of volunteering. Then it shows the distribution of voluntary activity in different countries of the European Union in order to look at some aspects of the phenomenon in the microscale of one country - Poland. It shows the percentage of involvement of Polish women and men in volunteering, their age, their motives to work for others. It makes the reader to think about an innovative definition of volunteering.

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Disability Roles: Challenges Concerning the Education of People Living with Disabilities in Hungary

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One of the paths toward the social integration of people living with disabilities is to guarantee their participation in education and employment in the long term. The European Union emphasises the concept of lifelong learning to achieve the goals of improved education levels and the concomitant employability for this group. Although in the past few years there have been positive developments in the conditions of people living with disabilities in Hungary. Therefore, it remains one of the challenges of the Hungarian adult education system to bring about equal opportunities in participation for people living with disabilities. The main dilemma refers primarily to the provisioning of the wide array of learning aids required due to the diverse nature of possible disabilities and the establishment of a supportive and conducive learning environment.

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Reasons for Non-appearance on Organized Cervical Screening in Hungary

References Antilla, A., von Karsa, L., Aasmaa, A., Fender, M., Patnick, J., Rebolj, M., Nicula, F., Vass, L., Valerianova, Z., Voti, L., Sauvaget, C., & Ronco, G. (2009.a). Cervical cancer screening policies and coverage in Europe. European Journal of Cancer, 45 (15), 2649-2658. Antilla, A., & Ronco, G. (2009.b.). Working Group On The Registration and Monitoring of Cervical Cancer Screening Programmes in the European Union; within the European Network for Information on Cancer (EUNICE). Description of the national situation of

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Eye-Tracking Analysis of the Figures of Anti-Smoking Health Promoting Periodical’s Illustrations

1 The study was supported by the TÁMOP-4.2.2.B-15/1/KONV-2015-0006 ’A tehetség értékének kibontakoztatása a Szegedi Tudományegyetem kiválósága érdekében’ project, financed by European Union and co-financed by the European Social Fund. References Cantrell, J., Vallone D. M., Thraser, J. F., Ngler R. H., Feirman S. P., Muenz, L.R., He D. Y., & Viswanath, K. (2013). Impact of tobacco-related health warning labels across socioeconomic, race and ethnic groups: results from a randomized web-based experiment. PLoS One , 8 (1), e52206. DOI: 10

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