Thursday, April 2, 2020

The happy eater

Breda Gardner Homeopath, LCPH, MCOS, RGN runs busy natural health clinics at Health Therapies Clinic, 13 Gladstone Street, Waterford and 15 Upper Patrick Street,...

Tech tablet for elderly aims to curb loneliness

A NEW tablet designed exclusively for older people has been launched in Ireland. The company behind the ‘GrandPad’ celebrated its European launch with the opening...

Irritable bowel syndrome – all too common nowadays

Breda Gardner Homeopath, LCPH, MCOS, RGN runs busy natural health clinics at Health Therapies Clinic, 13 Gladstone Street, Waterford and 15 Upper Patrick Street,...

Don’t ignore the signs of heart failure, warn Michael Lyster and the Irish Heart...

The Irish Heart Foundation, supported by Novartis, today launched nationwide public awareness campaign for heart condition that affects 90,000 people in Ireland1 New research reveals...

Art for the heart: Saoirse poses key question for cardiac protest

HOW is McDonalds Open 24/7 and Cardiac Care is not? That is the question posed by national school student Saoirse Mullaney and the theme of...

Merger means longer waiting lists for children

CHILDREN in Waterford who are already waiting up to 12 months for an autism consultation may now face further delay. There may also be...

Archaeology still very much alive in Ireland

Heritage Council survey finds huge public support for Ireland’s archaeology Recent findings in a survey on Public Perceptions of Archaeology carried out by the Heritage...

When Harry and Molly helped Isabelle …

FAMILY Carers Ireland has launched its annual Carer of the Year Awards for 2019 to be hosted by broadcasters, and patrons of the charity,...

Location and storage most important to those in Munster if downsizing – Is this...

Survey shows gardens and ample living space would be “must-haves” in Government’s downsizing development plans Proposed Government downsizing grant may not be as...

Residents battle to halt masts for faster broadband

RESIDENTS living near Waterford’s Claremont Road are protesting against the installation of infrastructure they believe will be used for 5G.broadband transmission. 5G, which is expected...
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