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Persistent prevalence of anti-social behaviour a growing concern

The increase in anti-social behaviour within certain residential estates in Athlone is becoming a prevalent concern, Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, asserted to the Athlone Advertiser this week.

The Science Behind the Gambling Addiction

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As people enjoy gambling, whether as an occasional activity or a main hobby, knowing the dangers of gambling addiction are being more widely understood. More researchers are studying how gambling addiction works and understanding how gambling addiction starts.

Portion sizes an important aspect of children’s daily diet

Every child is different. Allowing them to eat until they are satisfied is an important part of their learning.

'Getting to Know...' John Patrick McHugh

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Roads SPC adopts roadside memorials policy

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The roads and transportation Strategic Policy Committee (SPC) of Mayo County Council has adopted a proposed policy in relation to managing Roadside Memorials, in the interests of road safety.

Volunteer and encourage physical activity with Age and Opportunity

Age and Opportunity are recruiting FitLine Volunteer Mentors to make regular calls to registered FitLine participants who would like to start being more physically active.

Dealing with anxiety and loneliness

"As I write this article, it’s a sunny morning in early Spring. There are signs of buds on trees and daffodils are beginning to make their presence known. However, the country is still in the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the hope that the vaccine is providing, severe restrictions still cast a long shadow over most of us, with no certainty as to when loved ones can unite again and the economy can open," says Proconsult's Dermot Hughes.

A Victim Impact Statement on being bullied at school

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Today, I am in the public eye as a broadcaster. My work in radio allows me to attend public events, like concerts, as well as to meet new people from all over the world. Part of my job is doing in-depth interviews for my radio show, C.S.I. I get to travel a great deal, too. For a kid who was bullied, it is all reasonably remarkable. I went from being shy and terrified to totally outgoing, living a full, healthy and happy life. The road from here to there was not always easy though.

Benefits of quitting smoking begin 20 minutes after last cigarette - Irish Heart Foundation

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Smokers have been urged to kick the habit for good as health chiefs insist the benefits begin just 20 minutes after stubbing out the last cigarette.

Study seeks participants to explore adult coping mechanisms during Covid-19

New research being conducted by NUI Galway’s School of Psychology will explore how childhood experiences affect adult wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic, and what helps people cope in the current climate.

 

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