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Tai Chi & Qigong for Health and Well-Being Video from NCCAM
   
The New England Journal of Medicine: Tai Chi Helps Parkinson's Disease Patients
   
Tai Chi Effective for Parkinson's Disease
   
Tai Chi & Stress Fractures in Feet
   

   

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Tai Chi May Improve Physical Performance among Peripheral Neuropathy Patients
   
For Breast Cancer Survivors, A Weight-bearing Tai Chi Program Effective on Bone Metabolism
   
Qigong May Treat Tinnitus, a Hearing Disorder
   
Tai Chi and Qigong May Help Relieve Breast Cancer-related Fatigue
   
Tai Chi May Help the Elderly with Cerebral Vascular Disease
   
Growing Research Interest in Using Tai Chi for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
   
Green Tea and Tai Chi for Postmenopausal Osteopenic Women
   
Patterns of Mind-Body Therapies in Adults with Common Neurological Conditions
   
Tai Chi, the Most Well-Studied Martial Arts on Health
   
Can Qigong and Other Breathing Training Techniques Help Asthma Management?
   
Qigong May Protect Competitive Swimmers against Upper Respiratory Illness
   
Effects of Tai Chi on Antioxidant Capacity in Pre- and Postmenopausal Women
   
The Effects of Medical Qigong on Quality of Life, Immune Function, and Survival in Cancer Patients
   
Tai Chi Improves Health-related Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors
   
Comparing the Health Status of Tai Chi and Qigong Practitioners to a National Survey Sample across Ages
   
Tai chi May Improve Symptoms and Functional Mobility in Fibromyalgia Patients
   
Benefit of Qigong Exercise in Patients with Fibromyalgia
   
The Use of CAM by U.S. Adults with Functional Limitations Increasing
   
Tai Chi May Reduce Falls among Adult Stroke Survivors
   
The Effect of Tai Chi for Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar for Patients with Chronic Diseases
   
Dietary Weight Loss Program with the Addition of Tai Chi More Beneficial to Obese Older Women
   
Can Tai Chi Reshape the Brain?
   
Qigong Well-Suited for Service Members with Mild Brain Injury
   
Can Qigong Exercise Help Breast Cancer Relieving Side Effects?
   
Tai Chi Associated with Reduced Mortality
   
The Benefits of Medical Qigong in Patients with Cancer
   
The Sustaining Effects of Tai Chi Qigong in Promoting Psychosocial Health in COPD Patients
   
Systematic Review of Health benefits of Qigong & Tai Chi for Cancer Patients
   
The Effects of Tai Chi for Neck Pain
   
Tai Chi Can Improve the Self-care Skills of Patients after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
   
Two New Studies Show Tai Chi Benefit Patients with Parkinson's Disease
   
Tai Chi and Sleep Quality in Adults
   
Tai Chi Helps Maintaining Cognitive Abilities
   
A Tai Chi Qigong Program Improves Functional Capacity in Survivors of Nasopharyngeal Cancer
   
Qigong for Fibromyalgia
   
New Study: Tai Chi and Qigong Beneficial for Health, Wellness and Reducing Healthcare Costs
   
Community-based Yang-Style Tai Chi Safe and Feasible in Chronic Stroke Survivors
   
Tai Chi Effective for Decreasing Acute Pain in Fibromyalgia Patients
   
Tai Chi Effective in Reducing Blood Pressure in Hypertension Patients
   
Tai Chi Shown to Improve COPD Exercise Capacity
   
Functional and Psychosocial Effects of Health Qigong in Patients with COPD
   
Qigong May Reduce Cocaine Craving Early in Recovery
   
Tai Chi Postures Used for Automatic Recognition of Body Movements
   
Tai Chi Improves Physical Functional Performance in Middle-Aged Women
   
Medical Qigong May Improve Cancer Patientsí Cognitive Function
   
Tai Chi - Easily Incorporated Care for Outpatients with Hypertension
   
Effective Responses to Qigong
   
How a 4-Month Tai Chi Program Helped Men with Fibromyalgia
   
Tai Chi May Delay Cognitive Decline in Older Persons with Dementia
   
Tai Chi, Qigong and Other Mind-Body CAM Interventions Useful for Clinical Health Psychology
   
Qigong Reduces Fatigue in Hemodialysis Patients
   
Tai Chi Found As Effective As Brisk Walking for Anti-aging
   
Effects of Tai Chi on a Functional Arm Reaching Task in Older Adults
   
Tai Chi Optimizes the Organization of the Brain Architecture
   

   

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