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Health – Managing PMS naturally

From back and lower abdominal pain, to bloating, breast tenderness, irritability and mood swings, PMS is a highly individual condition that’s estimated to affect over 75% of women.

Health – Staying one step ahead of hayfever

We all look forward to the warmer spring and summer months, but if you’re one of the millions of people in the UK affected by hayfever – as many 20% of us do, and this number’s on the increase, you’ll know that the hayfever season is lurking just around the corner, if it’s not already in full swing.

Health – Peri-menopause and You

Menopause officially marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years. This life stage is well known, but there are different stages within menopause, such as peri-menopause, that are less well known, yet not without symptoms.

Loop Head Nature Weekend programme confirmed

The Wild Loop Head Nature Weekend will take place on June 18th and 19th this year.

RTÉ seeking Clare people for health programme

Do you want to live a longer and healthier life, but don’t know where to start?
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Kerry’s Steve cycling from Donegal to Kerry

Steve Boyle, a native of Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry is aiming to cycle from Donegal to Kerry to raise vital funds for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland and Crumlin’s Children’s Hospital.

NUIG launches student well-being programme

NUI Galway has launched a new well-being programme - Mind, Body, Boost - to support students’ physical and mental health and research its impact.

Final rounds for beloved therapy dog Bonnie

The best friend of patients and staff at the Children’s Ark paediatric unit in University Hospital Limerick made her final rounds last Monday, bidding a fond farewell to all before she steps down into a well-deserved retirement.
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