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St Joseph’s, Milltownpass leads the way as a health promoting school

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St Joseph’s National School in Milltownpass is one of the first schools in the country to participate in the HSE’s new “Health Promoting Schools” (HPS) programme. And now the HSE is looking for more schools in the region to come on board.

Free HSE course teaches children and parents how to be healthy weights

Fathers have a much greater influence on their children’s diet and physical activity levels than was originally believed, according to the HSE West.

Free health screening for men

Men can learn more about making lifestyle changes which will benefit their health at a free information evening at the Raheen Woods Hotel, Athenry on Monday at 7pm.

Six months in jail for cannabis possession

A 22-year-old Ballina man, with 52 previous convictions, was sentenced to six-months in jail at Ballina District Court on Tuesday.

Overweight nine to twelve-year-olds targeted as part of HSE/Titans physical activity programme

Overweight nine to 12 year-olds are being targeted as part of a HSE West programme aimed at halting the trend towards weight gain in children.

One in four Irish men die in their prime

One in four Irish men die when they should be enjoying the optimum level of success and personal fulfillment in their lives, according to a leading British expert in men’s health.

Call for universal single-tier healthcare system — Funchion

Following a conference in Dublin on, 'Financing Universal Healthcare in Ireland’ Cllr Kathleen Funchion reaffirmed Sinn Féin’s demand for a single-tier universal healthcare system funded from fair and progressive general taxation.

We binge but we think we’re healthy, study shows

The results of the Galway health and well-being survey has highlighted that despite high levels of binge drinking Galway citizens rate their general health very well.

Midland Regional Youth Services receives HSE accreditation

Midland Regional Youth Services (MRYS) has received the ‘Health Promoting Organisation’ accreditation from the HSE Health Promotion Service in Dublin Mid-Leinster.

HSE health cafe wins quality award

The HSE’s Gaf health advisory café in Francis Street has been awarded the Health Quality Mark’s gold award by the National Youth Council of Ireland.

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