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Tele-Tai Chi Brings Vital Balance to Elders
Cornell Researchers Confirm Self-management Strategies, Including Tai Chi, Effective for Older Adults with Chronic Pain
CDC to Disseminate a Community-based Tai Chi Fall Prevention Program
Tai Chi May Help the Elderly Get a Good Night's Sleep


   Scientific Evidences
Tai Chi vs. Western Exercise: for Healthy Older Adults
Tai Chi May Help the Elderly with Cerebral Vascular Disease
Tai Chi for Older Nurses: A Workplace Wellness Pilot Study
Effects of Tai Chi Exercise on Physical and Psychological Health of Older People
Kinematics and Energy Expenditure of Sitting Tai Chi
Tai Chi Helps Older Adults Fight Depression and Cognitive Impairment
Tai Chi Helps Older Adults Shift Attention between Mental and Physical Tasks
Tai Chi Can Improve the Balance Control of Visually Impaired Elderly Persons
Tai Chi Effective for the Prevention of Long-term Care in Community-dwelling Frail Elderly People
Tai Chi May Increase Brain size and Benefit Cognition of Elderly
Subjective Experiences of Older Adults Practicing Tai Chi and Qigong
Tai Chi Helps Elderly Patients with Benign Prostate Hypertrophy
Effects of Tai Chi on Arterial Compliance and Muscle Strength in Elderly Women
Effect of Tai Chi on Body Balance of Elderly Men with Dizziness
Multiple Effects of Qigong on Depressed Elders with Chronic Illness
Harvard Review Shows Tai Chi Enhancing Cognitive Performance in Older Adults
Sit, Breath, Smile
Tai Chi with Game Device Improves Elderly's Cognitive Functions
Tai Chi Boosts Efficacy of Antidepressant Therapy in Older Adults
Tai Chi Has Significant Impact on Reducing Depressive Symptoms of Older Adults
Cornell University: Tai Chi Becoming Popular Pain Management Approach in Senior Centers
A Laughing Qigong Program for Long-term Care Residents
Tai Chi for the Aging Cancer Survivors
Tai Chi Improves the Task-switching Function in Older Adults
Tai Chi Effective for Low-Income Older Adults in Ethnic Groups Not Culturally Related to Tai Chi
Mitigating Cellular Inflammation in Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Tai Chi Chih
Tai Chi vs. Swimming on Motor Control for the Elderly
Qigong Benefits Older Adults in Intermediate Care Rehabilitation Unit
Tai Chi Moves Improve Moods and Fight Depression in Elderly
Qigong May Help the Wheelchair-Bound Older Adults in Long-Term Care Facilities
Tai Chi: the Most Cost-effective Falls Prevention Strategy in Community-dwelling Older People
Improving Sleep Quality in Older Adults with Moderate Sleep Complaints: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Tai Chi Chih
Effect of tai chi exercise on proprioception of ankle and knee joints in old people
Tai Chi as a Treatment for Balance Impairment
Positive effects of a qigong and aerobic exercise program on physical health in elderly Japanese women
Functional Benefits of Tai Chi in Senior Housing Facilities


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