Ramish and Leela
Monday, 30 April 2018 16:28

Health Watch: SEA Students And Nutrition

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As some 19 thousand students prepare to sit the Secondary Entrance Assessment on Thursday, Dietetic Technician attached to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Amber Charles, sat with Reporter Janine Browne to discuss how parents can ensure their children are well nourished to deal with the stresses that come in this period.

Her main advice was that parents ensure their children maintain balance.

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