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STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT/INTERN POSITION: Equal Education Law Centre and Centre for Law and Society The Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) is a public interest law clinic dedicated to advancing access to equal and quality education in South Africa. As movement lawyers, the EELC works closely with Equal Education (EE). The EELC are also community lawyers, with individual and community-based clients across South Africa.
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Dr Sophia Kisting-Cairncross delivers keynote address in tribute to Jock McCulloch

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The Occupational Medicine Division hosted a seminar and exhibition in honour of historian, Jock McCulloch on 17 May 2018. Dr Sophia Kisting-Cairncross, honorary occupational medicine consultant in the Division delivered the keynote address.
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STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT/INTERN POSITION

Equal Education Law Centre and Centre for Law and Society

The Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) is a public interest law clinic dedicated to advancing access to equal and quality education in South Africa. As movement lawyers, the EELC works closely with Equal Education (EE). The EELC are also community lawyers, with individual and community-based clients across South Africa.

Strenuous exercises may harm your baby

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Strenuous exercises might strain your body, so when you are pregnant you should choose safer exercises.

Being too active when it is hot outside might decrease the amount of blood flowing to the baby.

If you are so short of breath that you can't talk easily while you are exercising, you must stop! This means you are doing the wrong type of exercises for you.

Feeding your baby after birth

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

At least for the first 4 months after the birth of your baby, you should not feed your baby solid food. Breastfeeding is good for you and your baby. It provides essential nutrients to aid in the growth of your baby and helps you lose weight.

When you breastfeed it creates an emotional bond between you and your baby, which is good for the mind and soul.

Gentle exercise is good for mothers and babies, during and after birth

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Doing light to moderate exercise while you are pregnant helps to improve your breathing, fitness, strength, flexibility, sleeping pattern, stress levels and blood circulation.

It may make your labour shorter and may reduce your risk of pregnancy complications, such as high blood pressure and increased levels of blood sugar.

Physical exercise can also help you maintain a healthy weight after you have given birth.

Healthy eating for mom and baby

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Eat healthy balanced meals throughout the day. The amount of food and the type of food that you eat is directly linked to the health of you and your baby. Eating healthy meals helps your baby grow and keeps you in good health.

WHAT SHOULD I DO?

Eat 3 meals per day (breakfast, lunch & supper) and snacks in between meals.

It is important to exercise SAFELY while you are pregnant, and after your baby is born

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Exercise is very important while you are pregnant, but if you do the wrong kind of exercise it could hurt you and your baby.

WHAT SHOULD I DO?

It is very important to speak to your doctor before you start to exercise, both during and after pregnancy. 

You should gain the correct amount of weight for your body type during your pregnancy

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

"Eating for two" is not necessary and could lead to extra weight gain and complications for you and your baby.

Too much weight gain during your pregnancy can lead to serious heart problems for you and your baby.

WHAT SHOULD I DO?

Visit your health care worker or doctor regularly when you are pregnant.

Make a note of your weight gain.

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