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Tai Chi Chih Improves Resilience, Quality of Life, and Cognitive Function
Study shows that consistent practice of Tai Chi Chih improves resilience, quality of life, and cognitive function in depressed older adults.
Introduction to UCLA Information Center for Integrative Medicine
UCLA Information Center of Integrative Medicine aims to become a major resource for Integrative Medicine.
Integrative Oncology at Fudan University Cancer Hospital
Professor Liu Luming presents how Integrative Oncology is practiced at Fudan University Cancer Hospital in Shanghai.
[Report] National Student Conference on Integrative Medicine, UCLA 2011
"Explore Integrative Medicine: Changing How We View Healthcare Today, Inspiring Healthcare Leaders of Tomorrow" was organized by medical students from across the country, driven by a common goal of reaching beyond the standard medical school curriculum and becoming well-versed in the latest scientific findings and treatment strategies from a wealth of diverse healing traditions.
Interview of Dr. Ka-Kit Hui on Integrative Medicine at Stanford University
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