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A scientific report published by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) highlights key recommendations to improve the nation’s baby feeding patterns and nutrition. Scientific Recommendations for a National Infant Feeding Policy in Ireland highlights a number of key concerns with current infant feeding trends and outlines specific actions and advice to improve the nutritional diet of mums-to-be and infants from birth to one year. The report is based on research into infant feeding practices in Ireland and the latest international scientific opinion. It states that emerging evidence worldwide shows good nutrition during pregnancy and throughout an infant’s first year, can have a significant positive impact on health throughout a person’s life.
A new health initiative, whereby parents are being advised to give babies daily vitamin D supplements to protect their bones, will benefit all infants immediately, according to a local nutritionist.
Boasting a cast of over 40 performers, the Town Hall’s community staging of Tarry Flynn
For any women in agriculture wishing to head to South America this autumn, a tour is being organised from October 9 to 22. This exciting trip to Argentina and Brazil follows the success of previous Irish Women in Agriculture tours to Australia and the USA.
When it comes to planning applications in Galway, whether it is for a new building, or the renovation of an old building, modernisation or improvement, there are two strands of thought that can affect the decision from the local authority. I may not have all the technical jargon, but I understand that one side of the argument insists that pretty well every building that is a few generations old should be preserved. Any additional building must use the same or similar materials so that the addition appears to be a seamless add on.
Mary Fitzgerald from Claremorris was among a group of Irish women in agriculture who headed to Argentina for a two-week study tour on October 7. This exciting trip to Argentina, followed by some tourist time in Brazil, was part of the successful Irish Women in Agriculture tours organised by Mary Carroll and Mary Flynn.