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Workload and staring at the screen common headache triggers in Connacht

Headaches lead to more than 890,000 missed days of work annually and a further one in five people in Ireland have had limited work ability due to a headache. Headache sick days cost Irish employers €99.5 million annually. This research was announced at the launch of Headache Awareness Week, which takes place from March 16 to 23, in association with Nurofen. The research also revealed that within the workplace, 24 per cent of people in Connacht said their workload is their biggest headache trigger, 22 per cent claimed that staring at the screen all day was the main cause, while dealing with stressed colleagues or clients triggered work headaches for another 17 per cent of respondents.

How will Budget 2012 really affect Irish politics?

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While the new FG/Labour coalition has had several big ‘set piece occasions’ since coming to power – the renegotiation of the EU/IMF agreement and the jobs initiative during the summer for example – last week’s Budget was always going to be a watershed moment.

Proposal for community to fix pothole problem

The ongoing saga of potholes on roads around Ballina was raised once again at the Ballina Electoral Area meeting this week when Fine Gael councillor , Jarlath Munnelly said, “I may sound like a broken record in respect of this but the problem of the potholes has to be fixed. If we don’t get it sorted in the next short while, it will be 10 times worse by the time we can do it again if we get a winter like last year”.

Stroke advice at Athlone Nutrition Clinic

The new Athlone Nutrition Clinic will be on hand to offer nutrition and lifestyle advice at The Irish Heart Foundation’s first National Stroke Week awareness evening in The Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Monday March 28 from 6pm.

Lack of cleaning activity in Moate angers Allen

Cllr Tom Allen has “never seen Moate look as dirty”, he revealed at last week’s Athlone Area Committee meeting, as he called on Westmeath County Council to take immediate action to clean up the town.

Call to combat heroin abuse

Kilkenny's Aislinn Centre has been approved for Government funding of €18,500 to employ a therapist to help cocaine users to kick their addiction.

Collaborative law - keeping families out of courtrooms

Collaborative law, a non-confrontational means of solving family law problems without the threat of the courtroom, is to be officially launched next Tuesday, April 28, at the Radisson SAS Hotel at 5.30pm.

 

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