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Bollywood Dancing- An Effective Weapon Against Type 2 Diabetes
Sep 20, 2014 | 
CURE-D is the first Bollywood dance research and intervention study designed for South Asian immigrants in the United States. Success with Zumba and Latin hip-hop to manage diabetes in other populations contributed to this study.
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