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Linden’s Dr Kruger named Businesswoman of the Year

Linden resident Dr Marlena Kruger (right) was named the Businesswoman of the Year 2019 by Global Women of Purpose. Linden…

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8- TO 12-YEAR OLDS MOST VULNERABLE TO CYBER-RISKS

More than half of 8- to 12-year olds are exposed to cyber-risks, such as cyberbullying, video game addiction, offline meetings,…

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Screen time potentially to blame for Functional Disconnection Syndrome in children

A growing number of children are mistakenly diagnosed with Functional Disconnection Syndrome (FDS) such as ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.…

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Digitale Demensie

Dr Marlena Kruger en Johan Rademan tydens die onderhoud vir RSG DrieSestig, Vrydag 20 September 2019 Onderhoud PotgooiDownload

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Linden resident: Dr. Marlena Kruger  nominated for Woman of Stature Awards 2019

Linden resident: Dr. Marlena Kruger nominated for Woman of Stature Awards 2019

Monday, 16 September 2019, Johannesburg: - The 6th Woman of Stature Awards 2019 will take place on Saturday, 02nd November…

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Global Education Leadership Award, 4-5 July 2019 in Mumbai, India

Global Education Leadership Award, 4-5 July 2019 in Mumbai, India

What a wonderful opportunity I had to be invited to deliver a keynote address at the 8th edition of the…

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Toddler Seminar and National Early Childhood Conference on 17 August 2019

While Dr. Marlena Kruger was overseas to attend the World Education Congress, Mrs. Juliana Freeme, an occupational therapist with a…

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The neuroscientific power of clicks

The neuroscientific power of clicks

702 Guest: Dr Marlena Kruger - Technology Addiction Expert and the founder of TechnoLife Wise Foundation http://www.702.co.za/podcasts/128/the-best-of-azania-mosaka-show/206609/the-neuroscientific-power-of-clicks

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Are you addicted to technology? CliffCentral interview

Are you addicted to technology? CliffCentral interview

http://cliffcentral.com/gcs/are-you-addicted-to-technology/

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The neuroscientific power of clicks

April 2019 As we approach the second decade of the 21st Century, we are so deeply immersed in our tech-driven…

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Replace screen time with independent play time

Replace screen time with independent play time, such as building Lego blocks, reading a book or drawing pictures.

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Have real-life conversations

Have real-life conversations if you must wait instead of spending time on a screen.

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Replace screen time with exercise

Replace screen time with exercise such as walking, running, dancing, sports and stretches.

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Replace screen time with high-quality family time

Replace screen time with high-quality family time. Build a puzzle together, or play board or word games such as Monopoly,…

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Password on every single device

Put a password on every single device and make sure that your children don’t follow you when typing in the…

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Drop-zone for phones, tablets, and laptops

Establish a drop-zone for phones, tablets, and laptops near the entrance to your home or flat.

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Cell phones, Computers and Televisions

Take all screens (cell phones, computers and televisions) out of you and your family’s bedrooms.

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Don’t use your phone as an alarm clock

Don't use your phone as an alarm clock. Buy a beautiful old fashioned clock to cut down on the electromagnetic…

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Read REAL books

Read REAL books - NOT e-books. You will love the touch, smell and feel of a real book. If you…

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Electronic Sundowners

Plan "electronic sundowners". Do not use technology, in other words do not watch any screens at least an hour before…

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