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Mayo Clinic: “Tai Chi: A gentle way to fight stress,” “Balance exercises,” “Pilates for beginners: Explore the Core.”
National Institute on Aging: “Tai Chi,” “How to Prevent Falls and Improve Balance.”
Harvard Health: “Easy ways to improve your balance.”
American Heart Association: “Balance Exercise.”
International Osteoporosis Foundation: “How to improve your balance.”
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