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    • Vitamin D : miracle cure-for-all or cart before the horse? 

      Herselman, Marietjie (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2011-11)
      Marietjie Herselman was born in the Langkloof, where she matriculated at the McLachlan High School. She obtained a BSc (Physiology and Dietetics) degree at Stellenbosch University and for the next 18 years worked as a ...

    • Vitamin D and calcium status in South African adolescents with alcohol use disorders 

      Naude, Celeste E.; Carey, Paul D.; Laubscher, Ria; Fein, George; Senekal, Marjanne (MDPI, 2012-08)
      Adequate vitamin D and calcium are essential for optimal adolescent skeletal development. Adolescent vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency and poor calcium intake have been reported worldwide. Heavy alcohol use impacts ...

    • We can’t keep eating like this : food system change for sustainable health 

      McLachlan, Milla (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2011-11)
      Born in Cape Town, Milla McLachlan attended schools in the city, as well as in Pretoria and Johannesburg, before receiving her undergraduate education at Stellenbosch University. She completed a PhD at Michigan State ...

    • Wellness as a virtue in health sciences students : are they practising what they preach? 

      Potgieter, Sunita (MedPharm Publications, 2015)
      Collective and individual greatness are keystones of Health Science education. Enabling prospective healthcare providers to better the quality of life of the population they serve is vital to ensure collective greatness. ...

    • What do dietetics students think professionalism entails 

      Marais, D.; Marais, M. L.; Visser, J.; Boome, C.; Taylor, D. C. M. (Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 2012-07)
      Background. Members of a profession are committed to codes of ethics and professionalism. The aim was to determine which professionalism attributes dietetics students deem important and relevant to their profession. Methods. ...