Need to promote healthy lifestyle as primary prevention to the COVID-19 and to improve the immune response to vaccines

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Miguel Á De la Cámara
Ana I Pardos-Sevilla
Augusto Jiménez-Fuente
Óscar L Veiga


COVID-19, healthy lyfestyle, vaccines


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