Tai chi may slow Parkinson's symptoms for years, study finds
Tai chi may help slow down the symptoms of Parkinson's disease for several years, a Chinese study suggests.
Those who practised the martial art twice a week had fewer complications and better quality of life than those who didn't, the researchers say.
Parkinson's is a progressive brain disease which leads to tremors and slow movement, and there is no cure.
Experts say the findings back up previous studies on the benefits of exercise for those with Parkinson's.