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Microcirculation for a better longevity

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Tarik Regad
Tarik Regad Nov 27, 2020

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Adrenomedullin levels and yoga

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Jamila
Jamila Dec 02, 2020

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[4]Daukantaitė, Daiva, et al. "Five-week yin yoga-based interventions decreased plasma adrenomedullin and increased psychological health in stressed adults: A randomized controlled trial." PloS one 13.7 (2018): e0200518.

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