"Religious Involvement, Inflammatory Markers and Stress Hormones in Major Depression and Chronic Medical Illness"
written by Denise L. Bellinger, Lee S. Berk, Harold G. Koenig, Noha Daher, Michelle J. Pearce, Clive J. Robins, Bruce Nelson, Sally F. Shaw, Harvey Jay Cohen, Michael B. King,
published by Open Journal of Psychiatry, Vol.4 No.4, 2014
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