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TUS named Ireland's first ADHD friendly University
Sarah McIntosh
Technological University of Shannon (TUS), has been certified by ADHD Ireland as a university that’s inclusive of neurodiversity, writes Sarah McIntosh
Health special: screening tests that could save your life
11 April 2024 Health
Health special: screening tests that could save your life
Screening tests can catch a health condition even before it starts causing symptoms. Here are the top preventive measures for women, writes Margaret Hawkins.
Giving the gift of life to her father – Wexford woman’s living kidney donation
10 April 2024 Health
Giving the gift of life to her father – Wexford woman’s living kidney donation
Trish Boyce from Co Wexford donated a kidney to her father, dialysis patient John Boyce, in December 2022. Fifteen months on, ‘Team Boyce’ is doing well, writes Margaret Hawkins.
Health special: 10 tips to keep your health in check
Being proactive about looking after your health can prevent a lot of problems down the line, so it pays to be healthcare savvy with these ten tips, writes Margaret Hawkins.
10 April 2024 Health
Editorial: focusing on health
Health is part of the weekly foundation of our publication, and with that we have themed this issue around it, writes Ciara Leahy.
10 April 2024 Editorial
Health special: coping with the unexpected side of farming
Farmers are facing challenges on a number of fronts due to the continuing deluge of rain. Many feel stressed and anxious, but there is help at hand, writes Sarah McIntosh.
10 April 2024 Health
Health special: food as medicine?
The idea of ‘food as medicine’ can include an element of pseudo-science, but research is proving that some foods do, in fact, have the power to heal, writes Janine Kennedy.
10 April 2024 News
Katherine's Country: ‘farmers will endure – and the sun will shine again’
Despite the incessant rain over the last couple of months, we need to hold onto hope and know that this tough time will pass, writes Katherine O’Leary.
10 April 2024 Katherine O'Leary
Irish Horse: smaller trainers play big role in record Irish National challenge
John McConnell and Martin Brassil have high hopes of winning the Aintree Grand National this Saturday, writes Ronan Groome.
10 April 2024 Racing & P-2-P
Consumer: low-cost finance for retrofitting upgrades
Financial barriers are among the main reasons preventing consumers from retrofitting homes, we break down the different funding options available, writes Sarah McIntosh.
10 April 2024 Consumer
Agri Careers: do you know your employment health entitlements?
There are several treatment health benefits that come with paying PRSI, but most people don’t avail of them. Sarah McIntosh lists the ways your can get your money back.
10 April 2024 Careers
Agri Careers: pathways into working in Ireland's healthcare system
With an acute shortage of carers and healthcare professionals across Ireland, there has never been such a need to attract and retain talent in the sector, writes Sarah McIntosh.
10 April 2024 Careers