Ireland’s ambition to move towards the health-based WHO air quality guidelines will be challenging, but will have a significantly positive impact on health

Ø  Air quality in Ireland is generally good, however, there are concerning localised issues. Ø  Ireland met all of its EU legal requirements in 2022, but it did not meet the more stringent health-based World Health Organisation (WHO) Air Quality guidelines. Ø  It is estimated that there are approximately 1,300 premature deaths annually in Ireland due to poor air […]

uGlow App Developer with Tipperary Connections calls on Health, Wellness and Beauty Professionals to sign up to the App

Elaine Doheny, whose husband hails from The Commons, Co. Tipperary, has launched an app (uGlow) that allows you to be pampered in the comfort of your own home. Elaine is calling on health, wellness and beauty professionals in Tipperary to sign up the app which will be available to customers later this Spring.   uGlow […]

Large selection of PPE equipment available through Laois based business

The Portarlington-based online business has been uniquely positioned to cater for the new reality of the Coronavirus. They have been supplying everything from smart video doorbells to WiFi dongles for putting laptops on home nextworks, or HDMI adaptors to connect phones and PCs to TVs. And through their experience of sourcing goods from China, they have […]

Remedying our national problems must be the overriding concern – McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has restated his belief that addressing the ongoing crises in health, housing and mortgage arrears must trump any other political or party priority in terms of the formation of the next government. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he confirmed that he along with four other Independent TD’s are set to meet […]

ALONE support plan to increase ‘housing with supports’ for older people under new Fianna Fáil health policy

Sean Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer of ALONE commented, “Reading the new health policy, it is apparent that many of our concerns for older people in the health system have been considered and an effort has been made to propose viable solutions. This policy paper upholds the objective of supporting older people to live in their […]

Agri Aware continues to educate Irish students about the benefits of healthy eating

Agri Aware, Ireland’s independent agri-food educational body, says healthy eating and knowledge of the farm to fork pathway for Irish students has always been a key message to shape the future eating habits of our country. It follows the news that Britain looks set to incorporate horticulture into its primary school curriculum: Ireland has already […]

2012 SHS Low Protein Cookery Tour, Wed, 8th Feb, Hotel Minella, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

2012 SHS Low Protein Cookery Tour, Wed, 8th Feb, Hotel Minella, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Having difficulty following your diet, or do you simply just need some new recipe ideas? If so, please come along to our Low Protein Cookery Tour Who: Anyone on a Low Protein Diet, family, friends and partners Date: Wednesday 8th February, […]

myQuitTime an iPhone app that helps smokers to quit

Do You Want Stained Fingers, or a Flat Screen TV? Tell a smoker that they are going to die because of their addiction and they will reach for a cigarette; Tell them that they could afford a 42” flat screen TV in less than 2 months if they quit, and they might not. Tús Nua […]

RTE Health correspondent Sara Burke to speak at Nenagh Arts Centre next Wednesday

RTE Radio’s Drivetime Health Correspondent Sara Burke will present a talk entitled ‘The Irish health system, what lies ahead for national and local services?’ to an audience at Nenagh Arts Centre at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, November 23rd. This talk should be of significant interest to those working in the local hospitals in the area, […]

HSE intransigent on patient safety at Mid West Regional Hospital Limerick

Following 11 hours of talks between the INMO, SIPTU and the HSE, under the chair of the Labour Relations Commission, yesterday no agreement was reached on the serious patient safety concerns at the Emergency Department in the Mid Western Regional Hospital Limerick. HSE management refused all options put to them by the INMO and SIPTU […]

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