Laura Do Vale
Laura Do Vale is a trained clinical psychologist as well as a neuro-psychologist with over ten years of practice. She is currently doing her PhD from the University of Estremadura, Spain. She has practiced at the trauma unit of the Central Hospital of S. Jose; at the oncology unit at Capuchos Hospital, the Children’s Hospital at Dona Estefânia and as the pneumologist at the Hospital of Sta Marta, Lisboa – Portugal. She now works at Muscat Private Hospital.
Everything is ready for the long awaited first day of class, until anxiety takes over not only the child, but also the parents, and that is where things can get complicated.
Bulimia is an eating disorder characterised by recurrent episodes of binge eating in which the patient eats a large amount of food in a short time, as if he is very hungry.
What is it?
Entering university is certainly the dream of many young people. This period, however, is a very crucial and difficult one for the same lot as well. The adjustment may not be so easy.
There is a widespread belief that engaging in sport activities is good for the health of children. Therefore, it's the parents who are increasingly betting on sport as a form of leisure for their children, as they recognise that it conveys a set of values and virtues.