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There is no need to feel sluggish, stressed, or unhappy about your health and appearance this spring.
Detox diets are popular but can often be extreme and end up doing more harm than good. Improper fasting or diets which cut important food groups may burden an already deficient body.
Did you know that, each year, there is on average 10lbs or more than 4.5 kilos of pesticides per person in our food supply? The average person has approximately 200 different toxins in their body at any one time. There are more than 70,000 different synthetic toxins present in our environment and found in our food, the air we breathe, and the products we put on our skin.
DIALYSIS PATIENTS in Galway, and the nursing staff who look after them, have created a fascinating exhibition for this year's Galway International Arts Festival - The Savage Loves His Native Shore.
Do you feel sluggish, stressed, or unhappy about your health and appearance? A juice detox will jump start your weight loss, increase your energy levels, clear your mind, and improve your overall health.
Teresa Curley is a highly qualified therapist/practitioner who has recently opened a new practice within the Leisureland complex. Ms Curley specialises in weight loss and obesity, while reflexology, massage, and meditation are also available at the treatment rooms.
Do you ever feel like you just need some time out to focus on you and where your life is really going?
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring has queried the up to date position in relation to the upgrading and expansion of the permanent dialysis unit in Mayo General Hospital.
A SWALLOW'S Tale In A Thousand Skies, is an exhibition of “pictures, words and messin’” from dialysis patients and staff in Merlin Park University Hospital.
Joe Walls was in his late thirties when he started to get dizzy spells. He felt exhausted as well. He was doing a FAS course at the time and when he came home in the evening he would be “incredibly tired” and only able to “crash out in front of the television”.