Letter to the Editor

Association between Peanut Consumption and Temporoman-dibular Disorders in a Sample of the South Korean Population


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IssueVol 50 No 3 (2021) QRcode
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DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/ijph.v50i3.5623

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YUN K-I, CHOI H, LEE J-W. Association between Peanut Consumption and Temporoman-dibular Disorders in a Sample of the South Korean Population. Iran J Public Health. 50(3):616-617.