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1. Spend more time helping others.
ALONE, the organisation which supports older people, is encouraging older people to reach out and strike up a conversation, especially if they are feeling particularly isolated at the moment due to the extension of Covid-19 restrictions.
Usually at this time of year many of us want to adopt new healthy habits, or stop unhealthy habits, and begin the new year with a general focus on upgrading ourselves. This year we start with an unprecedented challenge - to maintain our physical and mental health in the face of spiralling Covid cases.
Eating well is important for all of us. In the short-term, it can help us to feel good, look our best and stay at a healthy weight.
NUI Galway and leading medical device company Sahajanand Medical Technologies (SMT) have teamed up to conduct a clinical trial of a new generation of stents on patients suffering the most severe form of coronary artery disease.
Unfortunately, none of us is perfect and we all make mistakes from time to time, but did you know that you could unknowingly be putting your health at risk right now? From listening to music too loudly to slouching at your desk, take a look at five of the worst health mistakes you are making right now.
Now, more than ever, we’re aware that our health is our wealth. LloydsPharmacy is on a mission to help people introduce healthier habits into their lives with its new campaign Hello Health. Each week different experts share tips on how to improve our health and wellbeing and this week pharmacy manager, Bridget Darcy from LloydsPharmacy Fairgreen Shopping Centre, Mullingar, is on hand with tips to help people improve their sleep hygiene.
Charlotte Johnston, Community Dietitian
Croí, the Heart and Stroke Charity, is thrilled to announce ‘My Summer Cycle for Croí’, taking place this August Bank Holiday weekend - your location, your route, your way!