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The witching hour has arrived today and these terrible creatures will be wafting around on their broomsticks and casting spells with their wands, but what do you think they must eat to make them look so hideous? Well the clues are there.
Scoil Naomh Bríde in Tullykyne, Moycullen, has been named Healthy Heroes School of the Month for May, thanks to the students’ efforts in promoting healthy eating, sharing the honour with a school in Co Cork. It is among hundreds of primary schools across the island of Ireland that are participating in the Healthy Heroes Lunch Club initiative from the Irish Bread Bakers' Association and Bord Bia, which aims to educate children on how to improve their lunchtime habits.
The food you choose to put in your children's lunchboxes can greatly influence their chances of a healthy life.
The ideal fruit for Valentine’s Day is definitely the strawberry. Not only is a strawberry the colour of love, in the shape of a heart - it is also good for your heart. Researchers in the US discovered that people who ate strawberries (and other fruits coloured red, purple, or blue) had a lower risk of heart disease. So what has the humble strawberry got that can have this positive effect?
With one quarter of over 65s living alone, week four of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town programme will focus on encouraging adults to engage in community life, avoid social isolation, and age positively.