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Brain Awareness Week is a nationwide and global campaign that is taking place from March 15 to 21, 2021 and this year’s theme is ‘Promoting Access to Services’.
Complacency is the biggest enemy in the battle against the Covid-19 virus and it is important that people are on their guard and remain compliant in the run-up to Christmas, a nursing union official said this week.
In a riveting contest between two very evenly-matched teams, St Thomas’ proved themselves kingpins of Galway hurling yet again, taking this year's Galway Senior Hurling Championship title by 1-14 to 0-15.
Did you know that your adrenal glands (on top of your kidneys) hugely impact your weight loss success? In many people, adrenal burnout results in little or no weight loss. Even more important, these glands hugely influence your physical health, mental health, and ageing.
Arthritis Ireland has launched a series of free online courses this autumn to support people during Covid-19.
The final four of the Galway senior football championship has been decided following a feast of football last weekend.
The final four of the Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior Football Championship has been decided following a feast of football last weekend.
One of the most frustrating things with trying to look great when getting ready for a wedding is to put a lot of effort into your fitness to try to lose weight and not see any results.
The menopause is a natural part of the ageing process, and your body is transitioning into a new stage of life. As it works hard to balance out the new levels and demands of hormones and changing hormone production, we can experience a huge range of symptoms as this transformation occurs – these can last for quite some time, and Evergreen is on hand to help you adjust. Here are some of the Evergreen team's favourite products to support your body.
Haemochromatosis is a common genetic disorder leading to the accumulation of excess iron in the body. Symptoms vary and include fatigue, joint pain, erectile dysfunction, and a darkening or bronzing of the skin. A doctor’s consultation to discuss symptoms and family history, and blood tests are the first steps in screening for haemochromatosis.