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    • Effect of oral contraception on biotransformation, oxidative stress and oxidative damage 

      Swiegers, Marlie (North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2015)
      The first hormonal oral contraceptive was released in 1960, giving women a more efficient way of controlling pregnancy and family planning. A combined oral contraceptive (COC) consists of an estrogen and a progestin compound. ...
    • Exercise and DNA damage and repair in middle aged men 

      Aikman, Matthew Andrew (North-West University, 2007)
      Regular physical activity (PA) leads to an increased quality of life by means of certain physiological adaptations. Regular PA is beneficial to the human body and its functionality, including the physiological, biochemical ...