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Introduction. Falls in the elderly are a significant public health concern. Tai Chi has been shown to reduce falls in this population and increase muscle strength, balance, mood, confidence and sleep.
Philip Trabulsy, MD, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Devida Deluca, Living Well Vermont
Kathleen Hall, PhD , Living Well Vermont
Living Well Vermont
Access to Health Services, Health-Related Quality of Life & Well-Being, Nutrition and Weight Status, Older Adults, Physical Activity
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