A Comp. Review identified 163 different physiological and psychological health outcomes of taiji and qigong

This review [published in 2010] has identified numerous outcomes with varying levels of evidence for the efficacy for Qigong and Tai Chi, including bone health, cardiopulmonary fitness and related biomarkers, physical function, falls prevention and balance, general quality of life and patient reported outcomes, immunity, and psychological factors such as anxiety, depression and self-efficacy.



Article forward: Tucsonans turn to tai chi for health and serenity

Another notch in the counting stick of tai chi discoveries happening across the country.


ARTICLE: Tai Chi for Back Pain “…can help alleviate aches and lift spirits”


Recent Article: Tai Chi “may” relieve back pain

Title: “Forget the drugs, the answer to back pain may be Tai chi, massage”

Hmmm. I was wondering…

The answer to lower back pain may lie not in prescription drugs, but in Tai chi,
heat therapy or massage, according to health guidelines released Tuesday.
New guidelines from the American College of Physicians (ACP) detail which
treatments may help with lower back pain,

. . . . Read Full Article here.


REPORT: For Tai Chi, the reduction in rate of falls in elderly is statistically significant

This is the text of a Cochrane report stating that statistically, tai chi reduces the rate of falls among elderly people. I always like to hear that. If you like scientifica findings and the language that describes them, then this one’s for you.


Really Big News: Science Proves Meridians Exist

This text comes from By Azriel ReShel on Wednesday April 20th, 2016 at the website upliftconnect.com. This is really big news, but I somehow don’t feel that it is so new. I’ve “believed” it true for years, never thought it could be any other way. I have also seen the real effects of practicing the principles of tai chi and qigong, both of which are mentioned in this article. Countless others have for millennia, as well. Either way, it’s good to have it confirmed by science, right?


Article: Another study about cognitive abilities in older people

Well, they don’t mention tai chi and qigong in this one, but I’ll just go ahead and say it; “Do tai chi and qigong to give that old polipoprotein E (APOE) gene the hard time it deserve.”

“Mentally stimulating activities perhaps in combination with known healthy life styles such as exercise are simple and inexpensive activities that can potentially protect people against the development of mild cognitive impairment,” said senior study author Dr. Yonas E. Geda


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