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A New Frontier for Tai Chi and Qigong: Treating Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month, a major event in the public health space, is coming up in March. A newly released scientific report, appearing in the Feb 2024 issue of…

Tai Chi Helps Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus through Life-Style Intervention

In a study reported by Frontiers in Endocrinology in February 2024, researchers conducted a comprehensive analysis of existing evidence to determine the clinical effectiveness and safety of Tai Chi for…

Effects of Bafa Wubu and He-Style Tai Chi on Physical Fitness of Overweight Male University Students

A study performed by Chinese and Thai scientists and published in January by the journal Public Library of Science One aimed to compare the effects of 12-week Bafa Wubu Tai…

Which Mind-body Exercise the Most Effective on Anxiety and Depression in Older People?

Limited research directly compares the clinical effects of different types of mind-body exercises on anxiety and depression in older adults. Therefore, some Chinese scientists conducted a systematic review and network…

Integrating Psychological Methods and Tai Chi/Qigong: A Holistic Approach to Healing

In the evolving landscape of holistic health practices , the integration of psychological methods stemming from modern psychotherapy with ancient practices like Tai Chi and Qigong is gaining recognition. Dr.…