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A Mullingar man who died as a result of an irregular heartbeat within an hour of being discharged from hospital could have died at any time without warning, an inquest has heard.
The Irish Heart Foundation, which is celebrating 25 years of its Happy Hearts Appeal, will have volunteers selling happy hearts at shopping centres and supermarkets across Mayo today and tomorrow (Friday and Saturday).
Heart disease is still one of the biggest killers in Ireland and is responsible for almost one-third of all deaths in Mayo, according to the Irish Heart Foundation.
The Irish Heart Foundation is inviting volunteers and supporters from Galway to join in a special 25-year Happy Hearts Appeal anniversary celebration kindly supported by local SuperValu stores on April 2 in the Pillo Hotel, Galway. To mark the special occasion, TG4 presenter Mairead Ni Chuaig will launch the Happy Heart celebration in honour of the great volunteering spirit of the people of Galway.
First Aid Training Service is a Galway-based company which provides an extensive range of first aid courses both locally and nationally. The company was set up in 2001 by Seán Sweeney and Martin Commins, who both been involved in first aid for most of their adult lives.
To mark the launch of the 21st annual Annaghdown St Stephen’s Day ‘Turkey Walk’ Croí has named a room in its new heart and stroke centre as the ‘Annaghdown Room’ in recognition of the generosity the community has shown over the years.
The Irish Heart Foundation’s expert health promotion team has created a handy Advent calendar of motivational tips and helpful reminders to steer the nation through the indulgent festive season without piling on the pounds and to stay healthy this December.
Ireland’s first purpose built centre dedicated to curbing the presence of cardiovascular disease and stroke in Ireland was officially opened by Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, at Croí House on Friday last
Concerns over the ability to have a healthy sex life after tackling heart disease will be one of the topics to be discussed next week when local heart and stroke charity Croí will host a series of free public talks, seminars, workshops and ‘walk-in risk factor screening and assessments.