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Naps beyond 2 may not benefits kids

Wednesday 18th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com/

Children who nap beyond the age of two may have poorer sleep quality overall, a new study suggests. The length and quality of sle... Read more →

'Unlimited' use of sunbeds banned

Tuesday 17th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com

New rules governing the use of commercial sunbeds are to be introduced next month, including a ban on ‘unlimited' use, the D... Read more →

Major changes to family legislation

Tuesday 17th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com

The ‘most important change' to family legislation in the history of the Irish State is being discussed in the Cabinet today ... Read more →

Irish team find molecule can block diseases

Tuesday 17th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com

Scientists in Trinity College Dublin (TCD) have made a breakthrough which could help to block certain inflammatory diseases, such ... Read more →

Irish need to cut down on portions

Monday 16th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com/

Irish people need to cut down on the portion sizes of most foods they are eating, a new report has found. According to the report... Read more →

Stroke survivors may have higher cancer risk

Monday 16th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com/

It is already known that people with cancer have an increased risk of suffering a stroke. However, a new study has found that the ... Read more →

Type 2 diabetes linked to poorer cognition

Monday 16th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com/

People with type 2 diabetes appear to have poorer cognitive functioning, a new study has found.Canadian researchers carried out a ... Read more →

Low vitamin D levels linked to severe stroke

Friday 13th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com

Strokes may be more severe in people with low vitamin D levels, the results of a new study indicate.Vitamin D is known to be essen... Read more →

1 in 4 has chronic bad breath

Friday 13th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com/

One in four Irish people has chronic bad breath, but while the condition affects men and women equally, women are more likely to s... Read more →

Loneliness common among chronically ill

Friday 13th February 2015 - Deborah Condon - http://www.irishhealth.com/

People who develop a chronic illness are often beset by feelings of loneliness, even if they have a long-term partner, a new study... Read more →

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