1 row where "end_date" is on date 2019-02-13, "start_date" is on date 2019-02-13 and "updated_at" is on date 2021-03-04 sorted by created_at

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id created_at ▼ updated_at deleted_at type source_name source_version unit creation_date start_date end_date value device_id
351981 2021-03-04 17:19:43.09303+03:00 2021-03-04 17:19:43.09303+03:00   HKQuantityTypeIdentifierDistanceDownhillSnowSports Slopes 3575 km 2019-02-13 11:29:36+03:00 2019-02-13 08:34:39+03:00 2019-02-13 08:43:17+03:00 1.88901  

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CREATE TABLE `health_entries` (`id` integer,`created_at` datetime,`updated_at` datetime,`deleted_at` datetime,`type` text,`source_name` text,`source_version` text,`unit` text,`creation_date` datetime,`start_date` datetime,`end_date` datetime,`value` text,`device_id` integer,PRIMARY KEY (`id`),CONSTRAINT `fk_health_entries_device` FOREIGN KEY (`device_id`) REFERENCES `health_devices`(`id`));
CREATE UNIQUE INDEX `health_entries_key` ON `health_entries`(`type`,`creation_date`);
CREATE INDEX `idx_health_entries_deleted_at` ON `health_entries`(`deleted_at`);