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Most adults experience an average of two to four colds a year whereas children can experience up to nine. And with more than 200 viruses known to cause a cold it is hardly surprising it makes a return year on year.
As part of an exciting and innovative new concept called Experience Meetings, Radisson Blu Hotels and Resorts in Ireland introduce Brain Food, one of the three main elements of this new programme.
Would you be able to give some time to work with Aware as a volunteer support group facilitator in Ballina? Aware is currently recruiting for new volunteers to support the weekly meetings which take place in Ballina Family Resource Centre.
A guide to healthy shopping will help people understand food labels and make better food choices, according to the local heart and stroke charity Croi.
Irish people are feeling the effects of the recession, working longer hours and juggling more family commitments than ever before. According to a recent attitudinal survey conducted by Danone, 58 per cent of those in Mayo who claim they are always stressed, recognise that their digestive health has an impact on their stress levels. Sixty per cent of those in Mayo who claimed that they were “stressed all or most of the time” spend less than 15 minutes eating their main meal even though 52 per cent are aware that rushing a meal has a very negative effect on the digestive system.
Our immune system is our body’s defence mechanism. When our health is threatened it works at full power to fight off any invaders, such as bacteria or viruses.
Do you feel tired all the time? Not enough stamina to get things done, and low immunity? A four-week vitality programme is offered at Health and Herbs including juice therapy, correcting your diet, and detoxing your bowel, liver, and kidneys in order to get back the boundless energy you once had.
Do you struggle with access weight, sluggishness, mood swings. Do you find it difficult to concentrate? Have your diet and nutritional needs assessed and optimised by the nutritional team at the ISHSKO Centre, Westport.
Easter may not be over yet, but did you know that all that chocolate could have a lasting impact? Scientists now believe that when we eat fattening foods the memory is stored in our long-term memory; the experience literally sticks in our minds. It is thought that this was an important survival mechanism for early humans so that they could remember where to find energy-rich foods.
Daffodil Day, this Friday March 23, aims to raise awareness of cancer, and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) estimated that approximately one third of all cancers are preventable by making positive changes to our lifestyles.