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With the sun splitting the stones, schools finishing for the summer, and families planning their summer break, totalhealth pharmacies have issued some useful tips to stay safe in the sun:
January is usually a time when we want to make positive changes in our lives for the year ahead. If improving your health is on your list of New Year’s resolutions then attending a homeopathy workshop may be just the thing to get you off to a good start.
During autumn and winter many of us fall prey to viruses such as sore throats, coughs, colds, and flu. Homeopathy can be very effective with these illnesses, while at the same time strengthening your overall health and immunity.
What do food intolerances, allergies, IBS, cancer, asthma, hayfever, coeliac disease, behavioural issues, and countless other increasingly common conditions all have in common? They are all symptoms of immune system dysfunction. Not many people realise this but approximately 70 per cent of our immune system resides in the gut, which is why probiotics — ‘good’ bacteria — has become such a buzzword in recent times, and need to be replaced after taking a course of antibiotics. Many people develop food intolerances or are even diagnosed with coeliac disease after suffering from viruses or similar immune dysfunction. This is because the good flora in the gut, which is so important for healthy digestion, has often been affected by the illness or even the medication for treating it.
Three weeks on from the being beaten by Sligo in the preliminary round of the Connacht Championship, Mayo will roll up to the midlands for the first round of the All Ireland qualifiers. The first round of the backdoor competition, while not quite uncharted territory, is one that is still not too familiar to Mayo players and supporters. In fact Mayo have only entered the qualifier system at this stage once before, also under the tutelage of O’Mahony in 2007. That year a comfortable win over Cavan in McHale Park was followed up with a humbling inside the city walls of Derry by the Oak Leaf county in the second round.
People with peanut allergies are being urged to be extra vigilant when eating out following two recent deaths from food allergy in the UK. One involved a 21-year-old footballer who died after suffering a severe allergic reaction to a curry containing peanuts.