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Range of menopause solutions now available from Au Naturel

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Menopause is technically defined as when a woman stops ovulation and can last up to seven years, peri-menopause usually starting between the ages of 45 – 50.

Important to take time out, says county farmer saved by Irish Heart Foundations mobile unit

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A new drive is underway to bolster State funding for services which heart and stroke patients in Co Galway describe as their “lifeline”.

Range of menopause solutions available from Au Naturel

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Menopause is technically defined as when a woman stops ovulation and can last up to seven years, peri-menopause usually starting between the ages of 45 – 50.

Range of menopause solutions now available from Au Naturel

Menopause is technically defined as when a woman stops ovulation and can last up to seven years, peri-menopause usually starting between the ages of 45 – 50.

Range of menopause solutions now available from Au Naturel

Menopause is technically defined as when a woman stops ovulation and can last up to seven years, peri-menopause usually starting between the ages of 45 – 50.

Women and older sea swimmers susceptible to pulmonary condition, report reveals

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Women and older sea swimmers are more likely to suffer from a condition called pulmonary oedema which causes fluid on the lungs, according to authors of a new study, which revealed that the condition has been reported in 1 to 2% of open-water swimmers.

Mental health charity publishes five tips on how to improve sleep

Turn2Me, a national mental health charity, has published five tips on how to improve sleep, on its website Turn2Me.ie.

Heading back to the gym - here’s how to avoid common injuries!

January is traditionally the time when people start their annual health kick by hitting the gym in an attempt to recover from the excesses of Christmas, but for some, the gym can present some unexpected hazards.

Heading back to the gym this January? Here’s how to avoid common injuries!

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January is traditionally the time when people start their annual health kick by hitting the gym in an attempt to recover from the excesses of Christmas. But for some, the gym can present some unexpected hazards.

Five habits to help you enjoy better health

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.

 

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