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Majority of Irish women do not know about metastatic breast cancer

A new report entitled A Story Half Told, which looks at the extent of misconceptions around metastatic breast cancer (mBC), has been launched by a group of leading experts. Survey results outlined in the report reveal that 95 per cent of women in Ireland believe breast cancer can be cured if it’s caught and treated early.

NUI Galway offers MSc in biomedical science via distance learning/modular

The MSc in biomedical science (via distance learning/modular) is ideal for those interested earning a master’s degree while remaining in employment. Developed for working graduates of engineering, technology, or science who wish to upskill or change career direction, this flexible programme allows you to complete your degree in two to six years.

NUI Galway offers MSc in biomedical science via distance learning/modular

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The MSc in biomedical science (via distance learning/modular) is ideal for those interested earning a master’s degree while remaining in employment. Developed for working graduates of engineering, technology, or science who wish to upskill or change career direction, this flexible programme allows you to complete your degree in two to six years.

Galway workers need to get a move on

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Fewer people are exercising at the recommended weekly levels than they were 15 months ago, according to new research from the Nutrition & Health Foundation (NHF). Just over a quarter (26 per cent) of Ireland’s workforce exercise at the recommended level of over 150 minutes of moderate physical activity every week, down from almost a third (32 per cent) only fifteen months ago. Four in ten (42 per cent) say they are either totally or extremely inactive during their working day. The research was commissioned to mark Ireland’s second National Workplace Wellbeing Day on Friday, 8th April 2016, which is being organised by the Nutrition & Health Foundation and supported by Ibec.

Bra roll in aid of Irish Cancer Society and Monsignor McCarthy Family Resource Centre

Monsignor McCarthy Family Resource Centre and Athlone Institute of Technology are holding a fundraising event as part of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town initiative on Thursday, November 5, at 12 noon.

Final week of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town to focus on breaking bad habits

Times and Pfizer Healthy Town programme, which aims to address common bad habits that can negatively impact health.

Week Seven of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town Focuses on Heart Health 

Week seven of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town will focus on the importance of looking after your heart.

Week six of Healthy Town focusing on the importance of family health and wellbeing

Children who eat regular family dinners grow up to be young adults who eat more healthily and have lower rates of obesity, while eating dinner as a family can also boost vocabulary.

Week Five of Healthy Town to focus on mental health in teens

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Teenagers in Athlone list bullying, family, and stressful times as key concerns for them in their daily life, while one in six young people between 11 and 13 experience mental health issues.

Week Four of Healthy Town to encourage positive ageing

With one quarter of over 65s living alone, week four of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town programme will focus on encouraging adults to engage in community life, avoid social isolation, and age positively.

 

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