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Mens sana in corpore sano, pero ¿por qué?

@inproceedings{Sanabria2015MensSI,
  title={Mens sana in corpore sano, pero ¿por qu{\'e}?},
  author={Daniela Mutis Sanabria and Centro de Investigaci{\'o}n Mente},
  year={2015}
}
Practicar ejercicio fisico de forma regular esta de moda. Una de las razones, con la que seguramente estarian de acuerdo muchos lectores, es que practicar ejercicio fisico se relaciona con un buen funciomiento cognitivo. Si bien el resultado de la investigacion en los ultimos anos parece apoyar esta idea, todavia no esta claro que factores relacionados con la practica regular del ejercicio fisico son la causa de los beneficios observados a nivel cognitivo. En este articulo hacemos un breve… 
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