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Here's a question for you - do you think you drink enough water?
Sally worked as a staff nurse in a busy hospital. She often felt tearful and anxious and struggled through her shifts. She was frustrated and angry about not being able to offer more help to her patients and their families but time constraints and a heavy workload prevented her from doing this.
When Gearóidín Uí Loideáin contacted her friend Norita one day two years ago and said she was taking her to the city for some retail therapy little did she realise that that trip to the shops would save her friend's life.
Gayle McDonagh is a firm believer in giving back to the community. So, during October when the Irish Cancer Society runs its annual Cups against Breast Cancer fundraiser as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she organises a coffee morning at her home in Co Galway.
This week is International Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (September 14-20), and local heart and stroke charity Croi is highlighting the need for those over the age of 65 years to ask their doctor to listen to their heart with a stethoscope, at least once a year.
Opting for an alternative mode of journeying to and from work, availing of his running shoes as opposed to his car seat during the month of July, Rosemount native, Kevin O’Connell completed his desired feat and in the process raised much needed funds (€3,150) for Diabetes Ireland.
The menopause is a natural part of the ageing process, and your body is transitioning into a new stage of life. As it works hard to balance out the new levels and demands of hormones and changing hormone production, we can experience a huge range of symptoms as this transformation occurs – these can last for quite some time, and Evergreen is on hand to help you adjust. Here are some of the Evergreen team's favourite products to support your body.
We all find it hard to get to sleep from time to time, but several days of poor sleep can really take its toll. Three in 10 people in Ireland struggle to get enough sleep, and this has a knock-on effect on how they function mentally, emotionally, and physically the following day.
Being a vegetarian or vegan definitely has its benefits, such as a lowered risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and some cancers.
Heart and stroke presentations in Irish hospitals have fallen in recent weeks due to public concerns