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abbreviation for diffuse axonal injury.
A midwife in rural India
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Shown from left are: Pronove Tai International Property Consultants head of portfolio management Gelo Cristobal and CEO Monique Pronove with AXA Philippines chief transformation and operations officer, John Hilson and head of facilities, HSSE and business continuity, Lui Matti.
TAI Diagnostics is focused on providing a non-invasive and highly sensitive diagnostic test to monitor transplant patients and the health of transplanted organs.
As much as tai chi exercises benefit the body, it is their effect on our emotional and cognitive health that may be of even greater value.
Sindhu came better in the next game and gave a neck-to-neck fight to Tai and pulled the lead from her.
Accompanied by the District Officer (Islands), Mr Anthony Li, and the Chairman of the Tai O Rural Committee, Mr Lou Cheuk-wing, Mrs Lam walked from the hotel to the Tai O bus terminus after the ceremony.
Although tai chi may have its roots in self-defence, in recent years it has gained broad popularity as a therapeutic exercise, promoting physical fitness while reducing stress.
Bydd y gyfres hon yn gadael i'r gwylwyr sbio trwy dwll y clo ar rai o'r tai gorau ar y farchnad yng Nghymru ac i fywydau'r bobl sydd wrthi'n prynu a gwerthu.
Cheng's work took tai chi away from the world of martial arts and focused more on meditation, and energy--though many of his students also testify to this slight-looking man's almost superhuman strength.
Tai lost all four of his great-grandparents in six months, three of them to cancer.
This substantial martial arts reference book will lead tai chi disciples to greater understanding and more healthful living.
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There are a lot of health benefits to tai chi, and I definitely would recommend it," says Katie Lawton, MEd, ATC, a Cleveland Clinic exercise physiologist and athletic trainer.