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The Qigong and Energy Medicine Database™ contains abstracts collected by the Qigong Institute since 1984. Use the form below to search for the abstracts you are interested in and read them or print or export them in text format for offline reading.

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Title Author Journal Date
International Symposia on the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Anonymous 1995-2001 VIEW
Learning about tai chi chuan; feeling stressed? Give this quiet exercise a try. Nursing Anonymous Nursing 2002 VIEW
Tai chi chuan: a slow dance for health Anonymous The Physician and Sportsmedicine 1999 VIEW
Digest of Addiction Theory and Application Anonymous The Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application 2002 VIEW
Tai Chi Boosts Immunity, Improves Physical Health in Seniors Anonymous Acupuncture Today 2003 VIEW
Treatment of sensory neural hearing loss by qigong Anonymous 1st World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong 1988 VIEW
CHI Institute presents conclusive studies proving healing effect of sound Anonymous Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients 2003 VIEW
Homeopathy again: a questionable meta-analysis Anonymous Prescrire Int 1999 VIEW
Tai Chi: Good for the Mind, Good for the Body Anonymous Acupuncture Today 2004 VIEW
Qigong master and imitation of emitted promotes plant seeds to sprout and grow Anonymous 4th Int Sym on Qigong 1992 VIEW
Physiological benefits of T'ai Chi Anonymous Journal of Psychosomatic Research 1989 VIEW
Effect of T'ai Chi on mental homeostasis Anonymous American Journal of Chinese Medicine 1981 VIEW
General benefits of T'ai Chi Anonymous Men's Health Magazine 1993 VIEW
Effect of T'ai Chi on immune system Anonymous Prevention Magazine 1990 VIEW
Effect of T'ai Chi on Breathing, aches & blood pressure Anonymous Hawaii Medical Journal 1992 VIEW
Highlights from the 2013 Science of Placebo thematic workshop. Annoni M. Ecancermedicalscience. 2013 Sep 4 VIEW
Circulating Inflammatory Markers Are Inversely Associated with Heart Rate Variability Measures in Type 1 Diabetes Anne-Marie L Wegeberg1,2, Tina Okdahl1, Tina Fløyel3, Christina Brock1,2, Niels Ejskjaer2,4,5, Sam Riahi6, Flemming Pociot3,7, Joachim Størling3,8, Birgitte Brock3 Mediators Inflamm 2020 Aug 18 VIEW
Comparative Effects of Physical Exercise and Other Behavioral Interventions on Functional Status Outcomes in Mild Cognitive Impairment Anne L Shandera-Ochsner1, Melanie J Chandler2, Dona E Locke3, Colleen T Ball4, Julia E Crook4, Vaishali S Phatak5, Glenn E Smith6 J Int Neuropsychol Soc 2021 Jul 26 VIEW
A Bayesian model for chronic pain Anna-Lena Eckert1, Kathrin Pabst1, Dominik M Endres1 Front Pain Res (Lausanne) 2022 Sep 16 VIEW
Distinct Insular Functional Connectivity Changes Related to Mood and Fatigue Improvements in Major Depressive Disorder Following Tai Chi Training: A Pilot Study Anna Xu, Chloe S Zimmerman, Sara W Lazar, Yan Ma, Catherine E Kerr, Albert Yeung Front Integr Neurosci 2020 May 28 VIEW
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