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Tai chi exercise has measurable benefits for patients with chronic systolic heart failure (HF).
Older adults who practice tai chi (TC) demonstrate better performance in cognitive tests than those who take part in conventional exercise or who do not exercise.
A UK study has shown that participating in a single tai chi class is associated with significant improvements in psychological wellbeing.
Hong Kong researchers have found that tai chi (TC) may offer specific cognitive benefits in elderly people at risk of progressive cognitive decline.
Tai chi (TC) can improve metabolic parameters in obese diabetic patients, according to Taiwanese researchers.
A Japanese study has investigated the influence of personality type on the change in mood status after a brief period of tai chi (TC).
A three-month programme of simplified (13-form) taichi qigong (two x sixty minute sessions a week) was found to be superior to both an exercise group (walking plus breathing techniques) and a control group (usual activities) in...
Combining a weekly Tai Chi Chih (TCC) exercise class with standard depression treatment leads to greater improvement in depression symptoms for elderly adults
A study by an American research team has demonstrated that tai chi exercise (TC) and supplementation with green tea polyphenols (GTP) can benefit bone remodeling and muscle strength in postmenopausal women
Tai chi training can help regulate the autonomic nervous system in patients with coronary heart disease