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October 9, 2015 - Issue 3338

Tai Chi and Other Low-Impact Exercises May Be Ideal for Elderly People with Chronic Health Problems

October 9, 2015 | 96,586 Views

Researchers reviewed data from 33 studies on this 2,000-year-old practice and concluded it benefits these conditions and more. All participants saw improvements in strength, balance, and posture while it helped reduce pain and stiffness. What could it do for you?

Go Ahead and Fidget

October 9, 2015 | 15,213 Views

Fidgeting is often interpreted as being rude or disrespectful, but new research suggests it could offer significant benefits to your health. In fact, the more you fidget, the longer your lifespan may be...

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