Emociones positivas y salud cardiovascular | 10 AGO 12

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¿Cuál es la función biológica de las emociones positivas? ¿Qué puede hacer un médico práctico con esta información? Otro exhaustivo análisis de las evidencias sobre un tema con el estilo del Dr. Carlos Tajer.
Autor/a: Dr, Carlos Tajer 

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