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Doughiska girls welcome new ambassadors for Irish Girl Guides

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Members of Irish Girl Guides from Doughiska travelled to Dublin to welcome award-winning entrepreneurs Kate and Annie Madden as the organisation’s new ambassadors.

Galway girls receive highest Girl Guide award

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Five Galway teenagers received Irish Girl Guides’ highest award – the trail blazer national guide award – at a special ceremony on Saturday.

Feeding children during the Great Famine

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Week III

The beginning of the black bread ‘war’

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Week II

A stranger among the poor

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During her first visit to Ireland while walking the road from Oranmore to Loughrea, Aesnath Nicholson, a lone witness to the growing desperation of the poor as successive years of the Great Famine took its frightening toll, stopped to rest her blistered feet. She leant against a wall and thought about the advice her friends had given her in America. They told her the trip was reckless and she would damage her health. Yet even at that moment she asked herself: Would she rather be back in her parlour in New York?

Bio Energy clinics in Mayo

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress can occur in response to everyday stressors that are ignored or poorly managed, as well as exposure traumatic events. Adrenal glands react to the alert by releasing epiniphrine/adrenaline, which makes the heart pump faster and the lungs work harder to flood the body with oxygen. Digestion then shuts down. This can cause significant damage and numerous symptoms.

Stress is not in the mind

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger. It turbocharges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system.

Deal with your stress with the help of bio energy

Stress is not in the mind. Acute stress is a response to imminent danger; it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system.

Stress is not in the mind

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbocharges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress can occur in response to everyday stressors that are ignored or poorly managed, as well as exposure to traumatic events. Adrenal glands react to the alert by releasing epinephrine/adrenaline, which makes the heart pump faster and the lungs work harder to flood the body with oxygen. Digestion then shuts down. This can cause significant damage and numerous symptoms.

 

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