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Grace under Fire - the Stories of a Tai Chi Teacher with Schizophrenia
In Search of Tai Chi & Qigong Solutions for Combat Veterans' Mental Health
Psychiatric Expert: Tai Chi and Qigong Can Improve Mood in Older Adults
How T'ai Chi Improves Memory
The Scientist Who Brought Mindfulness Meditation to Medicine
With Its Discipline and Rigor, Tai Chi Helped Former AOL CEO Handle Business Challenges
Teaching Tai Chi to Middle School Students for Stress Reduction
US News & World Report : Schools Use Mind-body Relaxation Techniques to Help Kids Fight Anxiety


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Health Qigong Improves the Spine and Mental Health Status of Sedentary College Faculties
Tai Chi or Health Education for Geriatric Depression
Tai Chi and Qigong for Depressive Symptoms in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Assessment of Qigong Effects on Anxiety of High-school Students
The Effect of Tai Chi on Emotional Health: Potential Mechanisms Hypothesis
Baduanjin Qigong for Problematic Smartphone Use and Mental Health among College Students
Tai Chi More Effective Than Some Other Exercises for Depression in College Students
Effects of Qigong on Muscle Strengths and Antioxidant Responses in Young Sedentary Females
Tai Chi Training for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in College Students
Individual Stress Prevention through Qigong
Tai Chi Generates Mood and Fatigue Improvements in Patients with Major Depressive Disorder
Qigong-Based Therapy for Treating Adults with Major Depressive Disorder
Tai Chi Helps Prevent or Treat Late-life Depression
Effects of Tai Chi on Heart Rate Variability Parameters and Perceived Stress
Tai Chi for Treating Youth with Subthreshold Depression
Effects of Tai Chi and Qigong on Major Depressive Disorder
Can Tai Chi and Qigong Postures Shape Our Mood?
Tai Chi Reduces Anxiety in Stressed but Healthy People
Combining Social Skills Training and Tai Chi to Help Patients with Schizophrenia
Tai Chi Helps Older Adults with Mental-Attentional Tasks
A Tai Chi Beginner Course Improves Depression and Physical Well-being
Qigong vs. Tai Chi for Depressive Symptoms
Qigong as a Positive Vegetative Biofeedback Therapy for Reducing Anxiety
In Dartmouth's New Theory about Stress, Qigong Gets Spotlight
Baduanjin Qigong Improves Mental Health
The Effects of Tai Chi in Centrally Obese Adults with Depression
Tai Chi as an Alternative and Complimentary Therapy for Anxiety
Tai Chi Improves Sleep Quality and Depression for Late Life Insomnia
Tai Chi Reduces Inattention in Healthy Young Adults
A Stress Management Program with Qigong Element for Elementary School Teachers
Tai Chi Shows More Effects than Walking on Oxidative Stress in Older Adults
Neuropsychiatric Symptoms and the Use of Mind-body Therapies
The Effect of Qigong on Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms
Tai Chi and Qigong Viable for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
The Effects of Qigong on Anxiety, Depression, and Psychological Well-being
The Benefits of Tai Chi for Residential Patients with Schizophrenia
The Tale of Sara - How Qigong Helped Her with Mood Recovery
Qigong May Be an Effective Self-management Therapy for Burnout
Tai Chi Has Significant Impact on Reducing Depressive Symptoms of Older Adults
Combination of Behavioral Rehabilitation and Qigong Benefit Burnout Patients on Sick Leave
Tai Chi Attenuates Psychobiological Stress Reactivity in Healthy Subjects
Meditation Effective to Reduce Stress in At-risk Minority Secondary School Students
Tai Chi Improves Sleep and Reduces Stress in College Students
Nurses' Expectations and Preferences for Mind-body Practices to Reduce Stress
Tai Chi Moves Improve Moods and Fight Depression in Elderly
Shaolin Dan Tian Breathing Fosters Relaxed and Attentive Mind
For Students, Qigong May Improve Self-Image and Reduce Distress and Stress
Tai Chi Boosts Efficacy of Antidepressant Therapy in Older Adults
Tai Chi Qigong Improve Mood and Self-esteem for People with Brain Injury


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