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'If anything's going on in your life, running with other people does you good'

Tuesday 17th November 2015 - Vicki Notaro - Irish Independent

Josephine Dignam initially took up running to lose a few extra pounds for her daughter's communion. Three decades, five marathons ... Read more →

#MindYourself: 'It is our thoughts that fuel our stress'

Tuesday 17th November 2015 - Dr Paul D'Alton - Irish Independent

In day two of his guide to feeling happier, psychologist Dr Paul D'Alton explains why we shouldn't believe everything we think. I... Read more →

Exciting times in vision research

Tuesday 17th November 2015 - Health and Wellbeing - Irish Independent

People who have lost their eyesight are being given new hope thanks to breakthroughs discussed at a recent Fighting Blindness conf... Read more →

Many eating too many 'free sugars'

Monday 16th November 2015 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

While it is well established that certain food and drinks, such as fizzy drinks, are high in sugar, Diabetes Ireland has expressed... Read more →

Indian takeaways loaded with fat and salt

Monday 16th November 2015 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

What are you having for dinner tonight? Beware - if you order an Indian takeaway, you may end up eating enough food for two people... Read more →

Seven simple steps reduce disease risks

Friday 13th November 2015 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Following seven simple lifestyle steps can reduce a person's risk of developing a range of serious conditions, including heart dis... Read more →

Food allergies may not affect siblings

Friday 6th November 2015 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Good news for parents. Just because one of your children has a food allergy does not automatically mean your other children will a... Read more →

Kids with dogs have lower asthma risk

Friday 6th November 2015 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Children who grow up around dogs may have a reduced risk of developing asthma. Children who grow up around dogs may have a reduce... Read more →

Pregnant women advised not to sit too much

Friday 6th November 2015 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Pregnant women with symptoms of depression are more likely to sit for long periods during their second trimester, increasing their... Read more →

Short-sightedness on the rise in children

Monday 2nd November 2015 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

The number of children becoming shorted-sighted is on the rise, however this risk can be reduced if young people stop looking at v... Read more →

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