One of my articles has been incorrectly flagged:
"Solely or excessively promotes another site(s), especially when Hub links all point to one site."
Every link in the article points to a reference citing a scientific study, none of them are commercial in any way.
How do I get in touch with someone to explain this?
Many thanks in advance,
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