A Canadian study of female computer users has concluded that tai chi (TC) has considerable potential as a cost-effective way of promoting musculoskeletal fitness and psychological well-being in the workplace.

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Ageing has a negative effect on the ability to accurately point a finger toward stationary and moving visual targets.

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In a four-year study of 195 subjects with mild to moderate Parkinson's disease, tai chi has been found to  improve postural stability and walking ability and to reduce the risk of falling.

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