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Successful use of Kinesio tape to treat an acute muscle haematoma

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Literature Review: Transition From Paediatric to Adult Services in Haemophilia

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Pain self-management experiences in haemophilia patients: a qualitative study

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Cognitive decline affects diabetic women

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Depression and anxiety disorders in people with diabetes

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Relationship between antipsychotic medication, obesity and cognitive functions

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