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- public health
- risk factor research
- behavior change
We read with great interest the impressive article in the October 2010 issue by Day and colleagues,1 who found that tai chi can have a large effect on falls and fall-related hospitalisation rates.
Tai chi is a traditional Chinese health-promoting exercise. However, when the training method is not correct or the training intensity is too high, it can lead to knee joint injury. The symbol movement of tai chi …
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