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With temperatures in Ireland set to peak at 27 degrees during this week, the Irish Cancer Society is urging the general public to take measures to protect their skin and follow the SunSmart code.
With temperatures in Ireland set to reach as high as 29 degrees over this week, the Irish Cancer Society is urging the public to take measures to protect their skin and follow the SunSmart code.
Paul Mohan (54), bowel cancer survivor, is urging people to get checked out if they experience any of the symptoms of bowel cancer as early detection saves lives.
At the launch of its Lung Cancer Awareness Month recently, the Irish Cancer Society announced that 27 per cent of Irish people were unable to name any symptoms of lung cancer.
The Irish Cancer Society has said that almost one in four (23 per cent) of skin cancer deaths in Ireland are from the construction, outdoor, and farming industry. As it launches its annual SunSmart campaign, the society said that farmers and construction workers in the Mayo area need to be extra vigilant during the summer months.
Sun holidays should leave us feeling rejuvenated and re-energised, so why do some people return from holidays exhausted and weak?
Ahead of the Irish Cancer Society’s X-HALE Youth Awards, Youth Booth @ The Maple Youth Centre in Ballinrobe is looking for local support to help them win the Online Award on offer at the national event. The group have submitted their film project ‘Not Only the Smoker Suffers’ and are calling for public support via online viewing to win one of the top awards on offer.