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Tai Chi - A Low-cost, Low-intensity Option for Managing Cardiovascular Risk
Tai Chi May Be a Cost-effective Way to Reduce Risks for the Metabolic Syndrome


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Effects of Tai Chi and Qigong on the Mobility of Stroke Survivors
Tailored Sitting Tai Chi Program for Subacute Stroke Survivors
Liuzijue Qigong on Balance Function in Patients Recovering from Stroke
Tai Chi Strengthens Mental Health and Resilience to COVID-19 in Older Adults with Hypertension
Stroke Survivors' Efficacy Beliefs and Outcome Expectations of Tai Chi
The Feasibility of Tai Chi for Community-Dwelling Stroke Survivors with Depression
The Influences of Tai Chi on Balance Function and Exercise Capacity among Stroke Patients
Effects of Qigong on Lowering Blood Pressure
Tai Chi and Qigong Practices for Chronic Heart Failure
How Improved Depression Symptoms and Quality of Life Correlated for Heart Failure Patients After Tai Chi Practice
The Efficacy of Tai Chi and Qigong for Patients with Essential Hypertension
Benefits of Tai Chi Exercise Among Adults with Chronic Heart Failure
Effects of Tai Chi Yunshou on Community-based Stroke Patients
Chan-Chuang Qigong Improves Quality of Life in Patients with Heart Failure
Tai Chi Benefits Aerobic Endurance and Psychosocial Well-being for Patients with Coronary Heart Disease
Tai Chi Holds Promise for High-risk Heart Disease Patients
The Effect of Three Different Meditation Exercises on High Blood Pressure
Tai Chi Exercise for Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Tai Chi Has a Heart
The Effects of Tai Chi on Cardiovascular Risk in Women
Harvard Medical School: Tai Chi Empowers Patients with Heart Failure
Effect of Ba Duan Jin Qigong on Blood Pressure of Individuals with Essential Hypertension
Effects of Qigong on Adults with at Risk for Coronary Artery Disease
Tai Chi May Reduce Cardiovascular Risk in Women
Tai Chi Effective in Managing Risk Factors for High Blood Pressure
Harvard Medical School Studies Tai Chi for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Fall Risk Mitigation
Tai Chi as the Primary Prevention of Stroke in Middle-aged and Elderly Adults
Qigong, an Effective Therapy for High Blood Pressure
The Effects of Tai Chi on the Renal and Cardiac Functions of Patients with Chronic Kidney and Cardiovascular Diseases
Qigong Effective in Reducing Blood Pressure in Hypertension Patients
Qigong May Improve Heart Rate
Harvard Medical School: Tai Chi Shows Multiple Effects on Heart Failure Patients
Tai Chi Improves Quality of Life and Health in Chronic Heart-Failure Participants
Tai Chi May Reduce Anxiety and Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Diseases
Tai Chi for Stroke Rehabilitation
Tai Chi Beneficial to Heart-Failure Patients with Preserved Ejection Fraction
Tai Chi for Patients with Heart Disease
Tai Chi Benefits the Rehabilitation of Elderly Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Research Suggests Nurse Practitioners May Prescribe Tai Chi for Coronary Heart Disease
Tai Chi Exercise in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Tai Chi as an Adjunct Physical Activity for Older Adults in Cardiac Rehabilitation


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