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Side impacts to the head can be just as dangerous as frontal impacts, new research suggests, which was published this week in the international scientific journal Soft Matter.
Suzanne Seery, BSc, PgDip, MSc, MINDI - Lead Dietitian at Croí, the Heart & Stroke Charity
For many of us Christmas is a challenge; it forces its way into our lives and pretty much turns our routines upside down. Even if you are not directly affected by the festive hiatus, Christmas hits you at every turn with sweets and other 'tasty' offerings for sale, and then the heavily discounted offers post-Christmas.
Galway schools are being asked to join a nationwide campaign against food waste as world hunger levels rise to new alarming levels.
High sugar and simple carbohydrate snacks and lunches have a negative impact on a child’s learning and development in school. Try adding the following foods to your children's lunchboxes to support their overall development and help them to stay focused and attentive throughout the day.
By Dr Marilyn Glenville
Emotions are not just feelings. They are powerful, high-energy, biological and psychological events.
The human brain and nervous system are the subject of a special public exhibition to be held at NUI Galway next week.
Balla woman Brenda Quigg was fast asleep and completely unaware when she had her first and only ‘grand mal’ epileptic seizure two and a half years ago.