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  • Effect of Drinking Rate on the Retention of Water or Milk Following Exercise-Induced Dehydration. [Journal Article]
    Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 2019; :1-11Sayer L, Rodriguez-Sanchez N, … Desbrow B
  • This study investigated the effect of drinking rate on fluid retention of milk and water following exercise-induced dehydration. In Part A, 12 male participants lost 1.9% ± 0.3% body mass through cycle exercise on four occasions. Following exercise, plain water or low-fat milk equal to the volume of sweat lost during exercise was provided. Beverages were ingested over 30 or 90 min, resulting in f…
  • Analysis of student biomechanics in videos of delivery simulation practice. [Journal Article]
    Rev Esc Enferm USP 2019; 53:e03507Presado MH, Cardoso M, … Baixinho CL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Obstetric nurses have a high prevalence of musculoskeletal injuries, and the specificity of professional activity makes it difficult to assess and prevent risks. Training favors the acquisition of knowledge and reflection of behaviors. Investments should be made in training to students and professionals in work contexts.
  • Interdependence of balance mechanisms during bipedal locomotion. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(12):e0225902Fettrow T, Reimann H, … Jeka J
  • Our main interest is to identify how humans maintain upright while walking. Balance during standing and walking is different, primarily due to a gait cycle which the nervous system must contend with a variety of body configurations and frequent perturbations (i.e., heel-strike). We have identified three mechanisms that healthy young adults use to respond to a visually perceived fall to the side. …
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