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Chinese Scientists Aim to Prove Tai Chi’s Positive Effect on Elders

Posted: Nov 23, 2012

 
SAN DIEGO--Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese exercise and the Chinese like to boast about its effects. But without the proof of scientific studies, it’s hard to promote Tai Chi to the world. Two scholars from University of Arkansas aim to change that. They presented their study at the convention of the Gerontological Society of America.


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