Archive for the Health Category

Dublin City Council notification

The South East Area Community Development Section in Dublin City Council announced earlier today that due to the seriousness of the Covid 19 Virus situation, responsibility is being placed on all to take steps to protect the most vulnerable in […]

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Mental Health and Ireland’s Youth A Definitive Survey

By Eoin Meegan Taking the measure of our mental health was never more urgent than it is today. That’s why it’s good to see more people talking openly about their own mental health issues, considering that a growing number of […]

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29th February – Leap day is also Rare Disease Day

BY Kathrin Kobus This year has the one extra day in February, 2020 being a leap year.   The leap day, the 29th February is also rare disease day. A reminder by the Rare Disease Ireland that there are around […]

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New cancer care centre now open

BY Kathrin Kobus There is a new ARC Cancer Support Centre at Lowell House, Herbert Avenue in Dublin 4. ARC provides support, therapies and counselling services free of charge to people with cancer and their family, friends and carers. This […]

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Dublin Mind Body Experience at the RDS

By Geneva Pattison This November saw the return of the Dublin Mind Body Experience to the RDS. This holistic fair has been travelling the length and breadth of Ireland for a number of years now, and the recent Dublin event […]

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Coping with loss at Christmas

By Dermot Carmody Christmas can be a wonderful time of the year. It’s a time for family and parties, for celebration and happiness. The winter festival can be a welcome blaze of light in the dark winter months. For some […]

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Herbalism, Returning to our Celtic roots

By Geneva Pattison Evidence of humans using medicinal herbs dates all the way back to the Paleolithic age and we have a long history of it in Ireland. In Celtic mythology there was the legend of a master healer called […]

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Six Habits to Hapiness

Newsfour meets therapist Fionna Brennan By Eoin Meegan Fiona Brennan is a hypnotherapist whose new book The Positive Habit (see book reviews page 22), is currently shaking up the self-growth industry. It centres around six emotional habits: love, calmness, confidence, […]

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Well-Dance for Seniors in Mount Merrion

By David Prendeville Dance Theatre of Ireland have announced that they are are set to expand their hugely successful, evidence-based modern dance programme Well-Dance for Seniors to Mount Merrion, as well as other locations.   Well-Dance for Seniors is an […]

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Dental Care Worth Smiling About

By Eoghan Meegan Popular Sandymount dentist Dermott McMorrough has moved to Smiles Dental, Ireland’s largest privately-owned dental care provider, in Waterloo Road. Dermott had been in Sandymount since 1990, and after some initial jitters believes now he did the right […]

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