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Binge Drinking in Young University Students Is Associated with Alterations in Executive Functions Related to Their Starting Age
In spite of the young age of the authors' participants, BD was associated with a lower performance in the executive functions test (TMT B) and these deficits were related to the age at which they started drinking alcohol, suggesting an accumulative effect. Expand
Physical Activity Is Associated With Better Executive Function in University Students
Evidence is added of the benefit of PA in cognition in the young population, specifically in the executive inhibitory control, and more significantly in women. Expand
Quantifying balance deficit in people with ankle fracture six months after surgical intervention through the Y-Balance test.
The YBT is a reliable tool that allows the quantification of single-leg dynamic balance impairments from 6-months after surgery in patients with bimalleolar ankle fracture and should focus on improving ankle functionality and reducing hip muscle strength exercises and balance exercises with similar demands to the reaching tasks of the YBT to promote a faster recovery. Expand