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Men being reminded to look after health

Monday 12th June 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Men are being reminded that even small changes to their lifestyle could result in major health improvements. Men's Health Week ru... Read more →

Hay fever peak season fast approaching

Friday 9th June 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Pharmacists are urging people with hay fever to take preventative steps now in order to minimise their symptoms ahead of peak hay ... Read more →

Public urged to 'Drink Tea for MND'

Thursday 8th June 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association is calling on people to ‘Drink Tea for MND' this month, in order to raise vital ... Read more →

20% with allergies miss work as a result

Tuesday 6th June 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Around 20% of people with allergies have missed work as a result, while 35% feel that their allergies affect their mood, a new sur... Read more →

Ireland's first brain tumour biobank launched

Friday 2nd June 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Ireland's first brain tumour biobank has been launched, marking a ‘really important development in brain tumour research' in... Read more →

Public urged to 'Drink Tea for MND'

Thursday 1st June 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association is calling on people to ‘Drink Tea for MND' this month, in order to raise vital ... Read more →

Ireland's first brain tumour biobank launched

Wednesday 31st May 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Ireland's first brain tumour biobank has been launched, marking a ‘really important development in brain tumour research' in... Read more →

Heart failure risk for premature babies

Tuesday 30th May 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Babies born prematurely may have an increased risk of developing heart failure during childhood and adolescence, a new study has f... Read more →

Newborn girls have genetic advantage over boys

Monday 29th May 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Newborn baby girls have better outcomes than boys due to a genetic advantage, new Irish research has revealed. According to the f... Read more →

Mum's BMI linked to kid's perceived abilities

Tuesday 23rd May 2017 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

A child's academic ability is more likely to be perceived as below average if their mother is obese, a new Irish study suggests. ... Read more →

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