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Try Tai Chi -- it's gentle exercise USA Weekend 2006 VIEW
Tai chi boosts your immune system Medisch Dossier (volume 6, number 7 2005 VIEW
Tai Chi for Strength and Endurance Acupuncture Today 2000 VIEW
Chinese Exercise Helps Seniors LOHAS Newletter 2006 VIEW
Tai Chi for treating rheumatoid arthritis. [No authors listed] Australas J Ageing. 2009 Dec VIEW
Best exercise for balance: Tai chi. Slow, deliberate movements improve your stability and protect against falls. [No authors listed] Harv Health Lett. 2015 Jan VIEW
Tai chi: one-stop shopping for better balance and thinking skills. [No authors listed] Harv Health Lett. 2015 Sep VIEW
Study suggests tai chi improves life for people with chronic health problems. [No authors listed] Harv Womens Health Watch. 2015 Dec VIEW
Tai chi improves balance and reduces the risk of falls. [No authors listed] Nurs Stand. 2017 Aug 23 VIEW
Tai Chi Versus Physical Therapy for Knee Osteoarthritis. [No authors listed] Ann Intern Med. 2016 May 17 VIEW
Tai chi may play a role in depression relief among elderly. [No authors listed] Mayo Clin Health Lett. 2013 Oct VIEW
Tai chi and blood vessel health in older adults. [No authors listed] Mayo Clin Health Lett. 2013 Jan VIEW
Participating in Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches Is Associated With Veterans' Patient-reported Outcomes Over Time A Rani Elwy1,2, Stephanie L Taylor3,4, Shibei Zhao1, Michael McGowan3, Dorothy N Plumb1, Wendy Westleigh5, Lauren Gaj1, Grace W Yan6, Barbara G Bokhour1,7 Med Care 2020 Sep 1 VIEW
Tai Chi versus brisk walking in reducing cardiovascular risk factors: a randomised controlled trial (abridged secondary publication) A W K Chan1, D T F Lee1, J W H Sit1, S Y Chair1, D Y P Leung1, L Y L Leung2, L C W Fung3 Hong Kong Med J 2022 Jun 1 VIEW
Tai chi and qigong for the treatment and prevention of mental disorders. Abbott R, Lavretsky H. Psychiatr Clin North Am. 2013 Mar VIEW
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Tai Chi for Tension Headaches Abbott RB//Hui KK//Hays RD//Li MD//// Evid Based Complement Alternat Med 2007 VIEW
Effect of Tai Chi Combined with Mental Imagery on Cutaneous Microcirculatory Function and Blood Pressure in a Diabetic and Elderly Population Abdulrahman Alsubiheen1, Jerrold Petrofsky2, Wonjong Yu3, Haneul Lee4 Healthcare (Basel) 2020 Sep 16 VIEW
Treatment of Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Recommendations of Recent Evidence-Based Interdisciplinary Guidelines with Special Emphasis on Complementary and Alternative Therapies. Ablin J1, Fitzcharles MA2, Buskila D3, Shir Y4, Sommer C5, Häuser W6. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2013 VIEW
The Neural Mechanisms of Meditative Practices: Novel Approaches for Healthy Aging. Acevedo BP1, Pospos S2, Lavretsky H2 Curr Behav Neurosci Rep. 2016 VIEW
Effects of an In-home Multicomponent Exergame Training on Physical Functions, Cognition, and Brain Volume of Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Adcock M1, Fankhauser M1, Post J1, Lutz K2, Zizlsperger L2, Luft AR2,3, Guimarães V4, Schättin A1, de Bruin ED1,5 Front Med (Lausanne). 2020 Jan 28 VIEW
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