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Health matters: HPV vaccine

Health matters: HPV vaccine

Hello. My name is Dr Suzanne Murphy, I’m a local GP working in Irishtown Primary Care Centre alongside Dr Tony O’Sullivan and living locally too. Public health and women’s health are special interests of mine. Recently, the HPV vaccine has […]

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Get fit for free in Herbert Park’s outdoor gym

Get fit for free in Herbert Park’s outdoor gym

You may have spotted the fancy new outdoor gymnasium that was installed in three different zones in Herbert Park over the summer. Dublin City Council have plans to introduce even more workout equipment to the area and are in the […]

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CanTeen: soul survivors

It was a FamilyFunfest with all the usual activities, face painting, a DJ, board games, fun races in a hall and outside on the astroturf at Clanna Gael Fontenoy. But this, first, family event organised by Canteen Ireland, was an […]

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The Culinary Corner

The Culinary Corner

Personalized Nutrition When it comes to ‘diets’ or ‘dieting’ that people so often partake in, there are a myriad of forms: 10 day, 15 day, or 30 day diet challenges. Most people are successful in losing weight when on these […]

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Bath Avenue Medical Centre Now Open

Bath Avenue Medical Centre Now Open

Bath Avenue Medical Centre Open Day was held on Tuesday June 13th. It included free BMI Assessments, Blood Sugar Levels testing, Physiotherapy Assessments with Z10 Physiotherapy, Heart Rhythm Check, and Skin Assessments with Renew Aesthetic Clinic. Thank you to everyone […]

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Marching for science on Earth Day

Marching for science on Earth Day

Hundreds of scientists, university students, researchers and members of the public marched on government buildings in support of evidence-based opinion and policies. On April 22nd, crowds gathered at Grand Canal Square to have their voices heard. It is no coincidence […]

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Reset, refresh, re-energize

Reset, refresh, re-energize

We’re nearly there. Out of the dark, cold nights and into the longer, warmer evenings and earlier sunrises. Let’s face it, winter is not easy. It’s often cold, windy, rainy and dark. Naturally, this makes us more tired and less […]

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Train for an emergency

Train for an emergency

Although many people at some time in their lives have done a first aid course, either through employment or necessity, having the know-how and confidence to take control when those skills are needed will depend on the time since you […]

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Halfway hooley at Berth 18

Halfway hooley at Berth 18

The 12th annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk took place on St. Patrick’s Day recently, a great activity for those who wanted to avoid the crush of the parade. The walk kicked off at 10.30am and participants took the 26-kilometre route starting […]

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Martina’s story – Spinal Injuries Ireland and the National Rehabilitation Hospital

Martina’s story - Spinal Injuries Ireland and the National Rehabilitation Hospital

According to Spinal Injuries Ireland (SII) one person every week in Ireland is told they are unable to walk. SII was set up 23 years ago by sufferers who saw a huge gap in the health service for sufferers who […]

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