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Connacht must grab chance to seal European quarter-final

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Connacht can expect a real battle of mind and body when they face an improving Worcester in Saturday's Challenge Cup fixture at Sixways (3pm).

New Ford Mondeo Hybrid EV on the way

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Ford Ireland is adding the first Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) car to its lineup with the arrival of the new Mondeo HEV.

People feeling financially pessimistic about 2018

New research published today by independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, reveals the extent of consumers’ financial concerns for 2018.

New Saturday Slimming World group for Athlone

A slimmer who transformed her life by losing almost three stone is using her success to shape a new career, helping other people change their lives and achieve their weight loss dreams.

New Year personal finances still weigh heavily on people’s minds, study shows

New research shows that it might not be such a happy New Year for Irish consumers when it comes to their finances in 2018. Many admit to feeling less than optimistic about the year ahead, with money concerns and financial woes weighing heavily on people’s minds

Combat stress with acupuncuture

Our bodies are designed to react to threats, real or perceived. Energy is directed away from normal functioning so it can be used to ward off a potential threat. The sympathetic nervous system (which branches from the central nervous system) is triggered into a 'fight or flight' response. This can have an effect on our digestive and respiratory systems, our hormonal system, and impact our cardiovascular and reproductive systems.

Farewell to 2017 - and welcome 2018

Hello and a Happy New Year to all the readers of the Athlone Advertiser.

Are you tired of being tired all the time?

We have natural sleeping and waking patterns, knows as circadian rhythms, which refer to fluctuations in body temperature, hormone levels, energy levels, and sleep. These occur over a 24-hour period, driven by the brain’s biological ‘clock’. These natural rhythms from day to night allow us to have an abundance of energy throughout the day, but also encourage us to wind down and switch off at night in order to have six to eight hours of restful and restorative sleep.

Marine Institute gets green light for Galway Bay Marine and Renewable Energy Test Site

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The Marine Institute has been given the green light to proceed with the development of a renewable energy test site in Galway Bay, with the granting this week of a 35-year foreshore lease for the 37-hectare site off An Spideál.

Iron: ‘The blood-building mineral’

Iron is the main component needed for the production of haemoglobin, the pigment within our red blood cells, where it is required for oxygen transportation from the lungs to the body’s tissues, and the carbon dioxide transportation from the tissues to the lungs.

 

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