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Title: A randomized, wait-list controlled trial of a Qigong Intervention Program on Telomerase Activity and Psychological Stress in abused Chinese women
Authors: Yuk, HYK;Ma, JLC;Tiwari, A;Chan, CLW;Ho, RTH;Tsao, GSW;Deng, W;Hong, AWL;Fong, DYT
Year: 2014
Description: OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effects of a qigong intervention program on (primary objective) telomerase activity and (secondary objectives) pro-inflammation cytokines, perceived stress, perceived coping, and depressive symptoms in Chinese women with a history of intimate partner violence. HYPOTHESES TO BE TESTED: Abused Chinese women in the intervention group will have higher levels of telomerase activity and perceived coping, and lower levels of proinflammation cytokines, perceived stress, and depressive symtpoms, on completion of a qigong intervention program, compared to abused Chinese women in the wait-list …
Standard no: The 7th International Congress on Innovations in Nursing (ICIN 2014), Perth, Australia, 20-21 November 2014.
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