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A Week of Events Surrounding Mental Health

Limerick Mental Health Week is running this week from the 4th October, promoting mental health awareness throughout the county. A week of public talks, exhibitions, workshops, and events has been…

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Free Walking Events in Kerry Next Week

Community walks are taking place across the county of Kerry next week as part of the Let’s Get Kerry Walking the Distance campaign. Kerry Recreation and Sports Partnership in association…

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Food & Drink Health Top Stories

From Ancient Recipe to Online Craze

The instagramable health craze known as ‘Kombucha’, is more than just an online fad. It’s actually an ancient remedy to an assortment of ailments. Kombucha, pronounced [COM-BOO-CHA], is a fermented,…

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Helping Get to Sleep Without Counting Sheep

Sleep is so important. It minimises your risk of heart disease, stroke, affects your weight, and most importantly, good sleep improves your mood and concentration. Why is it then that…

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Lowering Your Blood Pressure using DASH

Researches in North Carolina have found a DASH diet is the key to lowering blood pressure. The DASH diet is an eating plan that specifically targets improved heart health. Eating…

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Clean Eating and How to Start

Clean eating is exactly what it sounds like. Eating cleaner, healthier, more whole foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains and healthy fats; and refraining from eating lots of…

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Genes vs Growth Mindset

Some people feel no matter how hard they try to lose weight, a greater genetic force impedes them. It’s easy to understand why people place the responsibility on their genetic…

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Simple ways to treat a sore throat

As we approach Autumn and the weather starts becoming noticeably colder a sore throat is usually not far behind. When the weather becomes cold and wet outside it very often…

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Simple Tips For Better Sleep

As we get older, many of us find that getting a good nights sleep can become harder and harder to achieve. For one reason or another when it comes time…

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Simple Tips To Stay Active All Year Round

Many of us see exercise as a chore and don’t associate it with being an enjoyable experience. This doesn’t have to be the case. Here are some helpful tips that…

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Health

This Common Surgery May Be Unnecessary

One of western medicine’s most common surgeries may actually be unnecessary, a new study has found. Currently, nearly 21,000 subacromial decompression surgeries take place annually in the UK. In the…

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Health Irish News

Talk Of Hose Ban If Demand Remains Unsustainable

Irish Water has stated that it is currently consulting with their legal team about the possibility of introducing a hosepipe ban as the heatwave continues. Enforcement of the ban would…

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Scientists Discover Combination of Supplements to Slow Alzheimer’s

Scientists in Waterford say they have identified a new combination of macular carotenoids and fish oil that helps slow the progress of Alzheimer’s disease. In a study spanning 18 months,…

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Nearly 80% of Irish Corporate Professionals Experience Depression, Anxiety

Nearly 80% of Irish corporate employees experience severe levels of anxiety, depression and stress according to the recent Health Insights Report from Vhi. The study also found that 67% of…

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Health

Nearly a Quarter of the World Will Be Obese by 2045

By 2045, nearly a quarter of the world’s population will be considered obese, according to a study presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Vienna in May. The research…

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Health Technology

Wearable Sensors Can Provide Real Time Health Data

New optical sensors designed by scientists at the Australian National University (ANU) will allow both doctors and patients to view a person’s health in real time. The sensors, which are…

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Education Health

Staying Hydrated In The Fantastic Weather

With the fantastic weather set to continue through this weekend and beyond, as is traditional here in Ireland for the State Exam season, staying hydrated is something to keep at…

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Health Technology Top Stories

New Two-Year Study To Investigate Cause Of Running Related Injuries

News has emerged that Dublin City University (DCU) will be leading the largest study of recreational and novice runners undertaken in Europe in a bid to investigate the cause of running…

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Three Tips On Improving Your Memory

In our day to day lives we are expected to remember a lot of things, schedules can become hectic and sometimes it’s easy to let certain things slip. Here are…

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The Untold Story Of The Harms Caused By Other People’s Drinking

The first dedicated Irish survey on alcohol’s harm to others by the HSE has found one in six carers (16%) reported that children, for whom they had parental responsibility, experienced harm because of someone…

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Irish Haemophilia Society Celebrating 50 Years In Existence

Founded in 1968, the Irish Haemophilia Society is celebrating its 50th year in existence today, Saturday April 14th and tomorrow, Sunday April 15th by hosting their Annual Conference at the…

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Measles outbreak – HSE urges under 40s to vaccinate

Ireland is currently suffering from a measles outbreak, which began in Limerick, January of this year, with forty confirmed cases. Measles is highly infectious, so much so that 90% of those…

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Tips For Staying Healthy After Retirement

Retirement can be an uncertain time for most of us. Trying to adequatley fill your days can be a problem for alot of people when they have finished their working…

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Public Urged To Support Daffodil Day

The public are being urged to donate what they can this Daffodil Day to help support terminally ill cancer patients. Now in its 31st year today, March 23rd, Daffodil Day…

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