Which of the following in NOT a direct benefit of a regular walking regimen?
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Professor Julia Tsuei J. MD, FACOG ©
The author would like to thank the many friends and colleagues at the National Yang-Ming University Graduate Institute of Traditional Medicine, the John A. Burns School of Medicine (University of Hawaii), and the Foundations for East-West Medicine, Taipei and Honolulu, for their cooperation, support, and enthusiasm. Christopher Chalfant helped in editing the article series. Partial financial support for the research discussed in these articles was provided by the Foundation for East-West Medicine, Taipei, and the National Science Council of the Republic of China (NSC 82-0412-B010-M01).
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