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Breathtaking bridges

The Rakotz bridge, located in Kromlau, Germany shows how a bridge can also function as a natural work of art.     The obvious intention of a bridge is to…

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Garda Post is looking for stories from retired members

Garda Post would like to take this opportunity to inform our readers that we will be running a series of articles surrounding stories, anecdotes or ‘tales from the trenches’ about…

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Fancy a holiday to Marlon Brando’s former island?

If you happen to be lucky enough to win big on the lotto or even the Euro millions, a holiday to a tropical and luxurious destination would surely be top…

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Witty tax disk bound to get a laugh from traffic Guards

A website is offering a number of witty items with the notorious Irish phrase “Keep going sure it’s grand” has introduced a hillarious tax disk for motorists that would make…

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Chris Hadfield reveals mantra about facing our fears

World renowned astronaut Chris Hadfield gives a fascinating insight into facing our fears and how he coped with his as a serving astronaut. The speech was given at the always…

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Introducing the Bathsphere

Modern homes can be designed in unusual ways. People who are designing a modern and up to date living space can sometimes prefer aesthetics over functionality. Homes and apartments in…

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Hip fracture recovery aided by home based physical therapy

New research in the United States has suggested patients recovering from hip surgery can benefit by following up their procedure with a home-based exercise program to further improve their recovery. …

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Vitamin C injections could aid in chemotherapy treatment

New research has suggested that a high dose of vitamin C could potentially boost the cancer killing effect provided by chemotherapy. Scientists in the United States believe that if it…

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Overweight people more susceptible to air pollutants, study suggests

A new scientific study has suggested that overweight adults are more susceptible to diseases triggered by air pollution because they breathe in more air. The study was carried out by…

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New magnet therapy could help migraine sufferers

Those who have suffered from intense and prolonged migraine know all too well the agony and stress that they can cause to sufferers. A new solution to tackling the intense…

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Pay-per-minute cafe opens in London

When we have some time to kill if we are out and about many of us will pop into a cafe to sit and read the paper whilst enjoying a…

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Intervention research commissioned in order to change unhealthy behaviour patterns

A research project is under way in order to examine the possibilities that people could be encouraged to change their damaging or unhealthy behaviours. The project is being lead by…

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HSE and GAA look for practical solutions to deal with stress

The HSE and the GAA have announced that they will be launching a new joint venture that intends to help people cope with stress in their day to day lives. …

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Alternative New Years Eve destinations in Ireland

“What are we going to do for New Year’s Eve?” It’s a question nearly as old as the celebration itself. It can be a real hassle trying to decide where…

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Machu Picchu: Visiting the ancient Inca Empire

Machu Picchu is truly one of the most awe inspiring places on planet earth. The ancient ruins located in Peru are substantial evidence of just how advanced and powerful the…

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New drug could help prevent the onset of Alzheimers

Researchers have announced that a new drug that is currently being tested has showed great signs of improvement in patients who are suffering from mild dementia. Scientists are very hopeful…

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