Topic “healthcare practitioner”

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Dr Sahide Choonara - Orthodontist

Area: 
Blackheath, Northcliff
Telephone Number: 
011 678 8090
Choonara Orthodontics provide cutting edge technology and the highest quality of orthodontic care. We can make the world of difference to your smile.

Laura Markovitz: Parent Coach

Area: 
Vredehoek, Cape Town
Telephone Number: 
082 427 4700
Email Address: 
laura@markovitz.com
Parent Coach - Helping parents find practical solutions to the challenges that they face.

Dr R Manga

Area: 
Victoria House Medical & Dental Centre, 25 Belmont Road, Rondebosch
Telephone Number: 
021 686 3708
Email Address: 
drraveenamanga@gmail.com

Pat Gordon

Area: 
cape town southern suburbs
Telephone Number: 
0820571517

Estelle Novella Audiology

Area: 
Centurion
Telephone Number: 
0127626400

Estelle Novella Audiology

Area: 
Northcliff
Telephone Number: 
0112149051

Dr Miriam Stoltz

Area: 
Alberton
Telephone Number: 
0724306787

Natasha-Leigh Contat

Area: 
Durban North
Telephone Number: 
0827769639

Healthy nutrition for the 'Child Athlete'

With so many children participating in sports, parents often find themselves wondering how to feed their young athletes. CHILD Magazine recently caught up with Johannesburg-based sport dietitian and paediatric nutritionist, Dr. Tamryn Martin, who sheds some light on the subject.
By: 
Child Magazine

So what's the difference between an 'active child' and a 'child athlete'? Dr. Martin says it all depends on the age bracket. "If your child is between the ages of 5 and 8, parents should encourage playing and enjoying physical activity. All children should be 'active' at this age and sport shouldn't be a source of stress."

But, says Martin, as they become older, the competition becomes more intense (the 'child athlete'). "There's more commitment to practice and competitions last longer. If your child's eating habits are poor, it will reflect in their performance on the field."

All I want for Christmas is everything - help for parents with ADHD

Once upon a time, a new purchase required a trip to the shops, cash in the bank and a dead-set decision. But online shopping has changed the game. A few clicks, a credit card and easy returns means shopping is simpler than ever. Not only are e-commerce sites everywhere, their smart advertising follows you from browser to inbox, targeting you with discounts on the very pair of shoes you’ve been admiring.
By: 
Child Magazine
This poses a real risk for individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), who might struggle to control their impulsive urges to shop, especially during the holiday season when promotions are a-plenty and friends and family are in gift-receiving (and buying) mode.
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