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Systematic review found that Tai Chi probably improves physical and mental health in people with knee osteoarthritis

Knee osteoarthritis is a common and disabling condition. Previous reviews of Tai Chi for knee osteoarthritis have focused on physical health outcomes. This systematic review aimed to estimate the effects of Tai Chi compared to …

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Infographic for systematic review that found pulmonary rehabilitation can improve functional capacity and quality of life in people with pneumoconiosis

Last month we summarised the systematic review by Zhao et al. The review concluded that pulmonary rehabilitation can improve functional capacity and quality of life in people with pneumoconiosis. Some suggestions for providing pulmonary rehabilitation …

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Systematic review found that pulmonary rehabilitation can improve functional capacity and quality of life in people with pneumoconiosis

Pneumoconiosis is a class of interstitial lung disease where inhalation of mineral dust (eg, silica) has caused interstitial fibrosis. It is commonly caused by occupational exposure. In 2018 pneumoconiosis accounted for over 80% of occupational …

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Infographic for systematic review that found exercise alone or combined with education probably reduces future low back pain intensity and disability in working aged adults

Last month we summarised the systematic review by de Campos et al. The review concluded that exercise alone or combined with education probably reduces future low back pain intensity and disability in working aged adults. …

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