09 Feb

Parkinson’s disease: Tai Chi help

Following is an article By STEPHANIE NANO Associated Press NEW YORK February 9, 2012 (AP) The ancient Chinese exercise of tai chi improved balance and lowered the risk of falls in a study of people with Parkinson’s disease. Symptoms of the brain disorder include tremors and stiff, jerky movements that can affect walking and other activities. […]

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21 Sep

Tai Ji Quan

  Yang Taijiquan, 24 form – YouTube I am a proponent and practitioner of Tai Ji Quan. It benefits me and my patients. Local Tai Ji classes: Warren D. Conner    www.taichicenter.com Stephan Berwick      http://truetaichi.com/project/martial/ David Walls-Kaufman                  www.capitolhilltaichi.com   Following is an overview from Wikipedia. The term Taijiquan translates […]

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29 Jul

Infertility: Study finds acupuncture and exercise decrease a key marker for disease

- The American Physiological Society Exercise and electro-acupuncture treatments reduce sympathetic nerve activity in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), according to a new study. The finding is important because women with PCOS often have elevated sympathetic nerve activity, which plays a role in hyperinsulinemia, insulin resistance, obesity and cardiovascular disease.   The study also found that […]

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