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Non-pharmacological interventions in hypertension: A community-based cross-over randomized controlled trial

Subramanian Hema, Soudarssanane M Bala, Jayalakshmy R, Thiruselvakumar D, Navasakthi D, Sahai Ajit, Saptharishi L G

Year : 2011| Volume: 36| Issue : 3 | Page no: 191-196

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