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With temperatures in Ireland set to reach as high as 29 degrees over this week, the Irish Cancer Society is urging the public to take measures to protect their skin and follow the SunSmart code.
The Lodge at Ashford Castle in Co. Mayo will go pink once again on June 10th when the annual ‘Pink Afternoon' supporting Breast Cancer Research will take place.
Friends of Breast Cancer Research, Athlone - Dympna Cunniffe, Marion Donaghue, Katie Donaghue, Grainne McNeece, Tracey Staunton and Fiona O'Neill - recently held ‘Dare to Wear Pink Lunch by the Lake' at the Glasson Country House Hotel & Golf Club.
In order to mark ‘Movenber’, the Irish Cancer Society along with the Health and Wellbeing division in the HSE are organising a free health information evening in the Salthill Hotel on November 30 from 6pm to 9pm. Men and their partners are invited to attend this health promotion initiative.
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on Thursday October 12 Caprice Cafe will host a very special ‘Dine in Pink’ dinner in aid of Breast Cancer Research, to help raise funds in support of this Galway-based charity which funds a comprehensive breast cancer research programme at the Lambe Institute for Translation Research, NUI Galway, headed by Prof Michael Kerin.
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on Thursday October 12th Caprice Cafe will host a very special Dinner ‘Dine in Pink’; in aid of Breast Cancer Research, to help raise funds in support of the Galway based charity who fund a comprehensive breast cancer research programme at the Lambe Institute for Translation Research, NUI Galway, headed-up by Prof. Micael Kerin.
With two weeks to go until the end of the month, Suicide or Survive (SOS) is calling on tea and coffee lovers across the nation to put on the kettle, make a cuppa, and talk about mental health.
The headquarters of Westmeath County Council, Aras an Chontea, Mullingar, turned gold on Friday, September 1, in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Three Galway men are among those who joined with Meath GAA legend Sean Boylan, former Irish rugby international Tony Ward, former RTE broadcaster Michael Murphy and nine other prostate cancer survivors today to help the Marie Keating Foundation launch a new exhibition which aims to give hope and support to men affected by prostate cancer.