People who survive strokes are seven times more likely to suffer falls than healthy adults, resulting in fractures, decreased mobility and fear of further falling resulting in social isolation.

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A pilot study suggests that practicing tai chi can help people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis both mentally and physically.

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A meta-analysis suggests that tai chi can help reduce symptoms of depression in older adults.

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A joint Chinese-US research team has found that practising tai chi leads to increased brain volume and improved cognitive function in elderly people.

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Practising tai chi twice a week can help Parkinson's patients improve their balance and walking ability, according to an American study.

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