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Pregnant women use yoga to reduce stress and anxiety, but this systematic review suggests there is no strong evidence to support that assertion.
This study explored whether the 'virtual shelf', a display of self-selected imagery, could enhance cancer patients’ experience while hospitalized.
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The JHD uses double-blind peer-review and has an open access license under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. We publish papers aimed at improving health care.
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