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Why stress happens and how to manage it

Stress, in everyday terms, is a feeling that people have when they are overloaded and struggling to cope with demands. more details

A comparison between a Tai Chi program and a usual medical care program

A comparison between a Tai Chi program and a usual medical care program in chronic cardiovascular disease participants in quality of life, psychological health, resilience, blood pressure and body mass index more details


The natural power of healing: 100% natural therapy without any side effects. more details

Diabetics Obesity and Stress Management

Published: 20 January 2010 Innovation UQ Tai Chi program treats depression, diabetes and obesity more details

Health Qigong for Parkinson

Effects of Health Qigong Exercises on Relieving Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease more details

Health Qigong Science Research

International Health Qigong Forum was held in New York University (NYU), USA, last 18th August 2013. The Forum was created by the International Health Qigong Federation. more details

Mental Health And Heart Disease Tightly Linked

Attaining and sustaining good mental health is just as vital as other factors, such as diet and exercise. more details

Mind Body Meditative Approach

The role of Tai Chi, cultural dancing, playing a musical instrument and singing in the prevention of chronic disease in Chinese older adults: a mind–body meditative approach more details

Standing at Desk Could Deliver

Simon Frazer reported this story on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 18:43:00 more details