Wellness

Reflecting on the year that’s been

2019 has been a busy year at Rosedale Medical Practice. We’ve made some positive changes that we hope will make for an improved patient experience. Here’s a quick summary of “what’s new”.

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Forming a healthy world view

“The most important question you can ever ask is if the world is a friendly place.” For if we decide that the universe is an unfriendly place, then we will use our technology, our scientific discoveries and our natural resources to achieve safety and power by creating...

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

Originally published in the November Edition of Desi Australia Monthly Magazine, written by Dr Jaspreet Saini Key points:• Sleep apnoea can occur at any age and is the most common type of sleep apnoea • If you have sleep apnoea, your breathing during sleep may reduce...
Looking after you, looking after your baby

Looking after you, looking after your baby

No one can possibly tell you what it feels like to be pregnant, to give birth to a baby or to become a new parent. These are deeply personal experiences and are different for everyone. It is a time of great change and challenge, often bringing feelings of joy and...

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Can we love our children too much?

Can we love our children too much?

Parents often ask me how they can best support their children’s growth. Inevitably, the conversation will centre around how much love and affection is too much, and where the boundaries should lie. According to Developmental Scientist Dr Deborah MacNamara, "there is a...

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Childhood is life.

Childhood is life.

I learn so much from my interactions with others and sometimes come across ideas that completely transform my perspective. Thank you Dr Sne for these thought-provoking words. “When else but in childhood are we just content with who we are? It's in this innocent yet...

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Express yourself and your children will follow

Express yourself and your children will follow

At work, I will often ask the children that I meet to draw me a picture. Any picture. This simple activity gives me an incredible insight into a child’s life. For a moment, I see a glimpse of their life. I am forced to see what they see. As a parent, engaging in play...

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