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- Website: Evidently Cochrane
- Resource type: Video
Summary - The message of this resource is:
Dance therapy does not appear to have a large benefit on improving physical or psychological symptoms of people with cancer, such as depression, fatigue or body image. However, you should dance if it helps you feel better.
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physical activity, fitness, gym, cardio, dance, cancer, chemotherapy
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Step 2 - Transparency
Is it clear who developed the resource and how?
Step 3 - Usability
Is the information easy to understand and easy to use?
Rated on: 7/28/2016 1:28:13 PM
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