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A Sensible Reappraisal of Lifestyle Modifications to Treat Hypertension

Aashish Contractor

Keywords : Diet,Exercise,Hypertension,Lifestyle,Physical activity

Citation Information : Contractor A. A Sensible Reappraisal of Lifestyle Modifications to Treat Hypertension. Hypertens J 2015; 1 (2):68-72.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10043-0012

Published Online: 00-12-2015

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Contractor A, Babu AS. A Sensible Reappraisal of Lifestyle Modifications to Treat Hypertension. Hypertens J 2015;1(2):68-72.


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