Vol 24, No 2 (2017)
Editorial - Clinical cardiology
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Intensive exercise and its effect on the heart: Is more always better?

Anna M. Kaleta, Ewa Lewicka, Alicja Dąbrowska-Kugacka, Zuzanna Lewicka-Potocka, Elżbieta Wabich, Wojciech Potocki, Grzegorz Raczak
Pubmed: 28421587
Cardiol J 2017;24(2):111-116.

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