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‘Appalling denial’ of supports to County Westmeath heart and stroke patients

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

Town continue unbeaten run in Wexford stalemate

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Learn how to have a healthy relationship with food

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It is 6pm. You had a busy day at work or with your family and are longing to sit down to a tasty dinner. You are hungry and preoccupied and polish off the food you hastily prepared earlier while mentally ticking off items on your to-do list. When you get to the last one, you suddenly realise your plate is empty but you are still holding a now redundant knife and fork.

Athlone Boat Club proudly return to competitive action at recent Limerick regattas

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Athlone Boat Club returned to competitive action this past weekend at both the Limerick Regatta and Limerick Schools Regatta.

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”.

Mixed Easter weekend results as Athlone Town make return to league play-off positions

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Galway Ladies enter relegation dogfight

Galway pushed champions Kerry all the way in this Lidl NFL Division 1 contest, played in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney.

Kilkenny scalp for Galway as league final dream still alive

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Galway got their league campaign back on track last Saturday as they overcame Kilkenny in a blustery St Brendan’s Park in Loughrea. A strong second half showing was key to success, as Galway scored 1-5 without reply in the opening 18 minutes after the interval.

Five exercises tips for a healthy gut

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Did you know that regular exercise and movement can have a positive impact on your gut by increasing the diversity of the gut microbiota? Exercise can also help stimulate the digestive system – promoting more efficient digestion and alleviating symptoms like bloating and constipation.

Heart disease research challenges ‘one size fits all’ aspirin guidelines

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Heart disease researchers led by a University of Galway academic who is also a Saolta consultant cardiologist have identified a group of patients in whom international guidelines on aspirin use for heart health may not apply.

 

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