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Waltz for a steady pulse!

...have shown that cardiac patients who were assigned waltz classes randomly showed remarkable improvement in functional measures and quality of life than those cardiac patients assigned to cardiac rehabilitation that chiefly involves treadmills and exercise bikes announced an Italian doctor at the American H...

Dance to De-stress

... various dance forms like merengue, cha cha, jive, waltz and, of course, the more famous salsa, Vohra is among the many doctors who are stepping on the dance floor to de-stress themselves from their physically and mentally taxing schedules. "Doctors are probably the most stressed individuals because they...

Doctors Put on Their Dancing Shoes to De-stress

... various dance forms like merengue, cha cha, jive, waltz and, of course, the more famous salsa, Vohra is among the many doctors who are stepping on the dance floor to de-stress themselves from their physically and mentally taxing schedules. 'Doctors are probably the most stressed individuals because they...

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