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Women’s heart health: the facts

Despite what many may think, cardiovascular disease (including heart disease and stroke) is the number one killer of women in Ireland (and worldwide). To further put this into perspective, half of Irish women will die from cardiovascular disease. Moreover, 90 per cent of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease — so there is so much that we can do to reduce the risk.

Greens call for commissions in towns where refugee accommodation planned

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Commissions representing cross-sectoral interests need to be established in all towns where new refugee accommodation is envisaged, so as to ensure local concerns are addressed and asylum seekers can be accommodated.

The perpetual pursuit of soundness

They always say that the coolest person in the hospital is the ultrasound guy. And on the days that he’s not around, the next best is the hip replacement guy.

Basement battle weighs heavy on United's youngsters

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Galway United make the long trek to Ferrycarrig Park for an SSE Airtricity League first division clash against Wexford FC tomorrow evening (7.45pm).

And so the people have spoken...

Elections and election counts are like horror films or high-rides in a funfair. From a distance, they all seem like they might be good craic, but when you get into them, you kind of regret you ever did.

Focus on your hormone health this Hormone Health Week with Cleanmarine’s in-store advice events

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Hormone Health Week is taking place from March 25 and offers the ideal time for us all to find out more about how to look after our hormone health. Through five stages of womanhood our hormones influence our bodies, cycle, and wellbeing, affecting our mental and physical health. Cleanmarine is here to help with advice and support for women of all ages by hosting a series of in-store hormone advice events during Hormone Health Week.

Successful St. Patrick’s weekend festival tinged with loss of life tragedies

Well, well, so much has happened in the last seven days that it truly is difficult to know where to begin, or on what topic. But we’ll start with a good one, the St. Patrick’s Day parade which was held in Athlone on the Saturday, March 16, rather than on the 17th. There was a lot of Facebook criticism about the decision to shift back to the Saturday, but the volunteer committee who are the backbone of the parade arrangements stuck to their guns, and it turned out to be a great success.

Busking by-laws are 'vague, expensive to enforce, and quite probably illegal'

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Despite a majority of public submissions being against the Galway City Council's proposed busking by-laws last year - conservatively more than 95 per cent against - the council proceeded to vote in the new laws, only to have them revoked recently, due to a technical error on the council's part.

Close matters of the heart as quandary reigns pertaining to issues Irish rugby

Well I’m only coming together now after a very packed weekend. On Saturday, I had been invited to speak at the 30th Colmcille Winter School. The man in charge of it, Martin Egan, had emailed me in early December asking would I speak, and I agreed long before I knew the date of the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis which was also last Saturday. Anyway, I had given my confirmation that I would be there, so of course I couldn’t break that.

Over €27 million allocation for improvements and maintenance of regional and local Mayo roads for 2019

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Michael Ring T.D., Minister for Rural and Community Development, has confirmed that the Government has allocated €27,256,822 for the improvement and maintenance of regional and local roads in Mayo in 2019.


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