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Staying healthy and ensuring our immune system remains strong has never been more important. It is essential for both our own and other people's health that we do our utmost to reduce our risks and protect ourselves from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused great alarm and distress across the country. Understandably, many of those living with heart disease are anxious and concerned.
Heart and stroke presentations in Irish hospitals have fallen in recent weeks due to public concerns
The Irish Heart Foundation has expressed its concern that people experiencing symptoms of heart disease and stroke are not presenting at hospital due to concerns about the coronavirus and not wanting to burden the healthcare system.
With all the talk of Covid-19 spoiling the recent national feast day celebrations, we can still maintain rude health by 'going green'.
We all know the dreadful feeling of needing to self-isolate and practice social distancing in these difficult times of Covid-19. Well-being, health and fitness can all be affected quite quickly in the current situation. Help is available to give yourself back your freedom without fear of decreased respiratory function and general fitness. E-health tele-physiotherapy and video-conferencing can give you optimal health and wellbeing from the comfort or your own home.
SALT Float and Recovery Suites is the go-to place for optimising mental and physical wellbeing in Galway. Located two minutes off the M6 in Briarhill Business Park, if you are looking to manage pain or add some pleasure to your health routine SALT Float and Recovery Suites is open seven days a week.
Mayo GAA has joined forces with both Mindspace Mayo and Croí, the Heart and Stroke Charity, as its official health partners for 2020.
Up to 150,000 Irish patients may not need to increase their blood pressure medication despite new lower blood pressure thresholds recommended recently in US and European medical treatment guidelines.
The HSE is urging parents not to send their children to school if they have flu-like illnesses or any of the associated symptoms, such as a high temperature, aches and pains, or a chesty cough in a bid to curtail the spread of the infection.