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assessment of the level, consumption of non-alcoholic high-cale drink


assessment of the level of consumption of non-alcoholic high-cale drinks by youth of ukraine


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Как цитировать

Чагайда, А., & Тарасюк, Г. (2022). ОЦІНКА РІВНЯ СПОЖИВАННЯ БЕЗАЛКОГОЛЬНИХ ВИСОКОКАЛОРІЙНИХ НАПОЇВ МОЛОДДЮ УКРАЇНИ. European Science, 3(sge08-03), 59–75. https://doi.org/10.30890/2709-2313.2022-08-03-017