Parkinson's: four unusual signs you may be at risk

Do you move around a lot during your sleep? Or have you lost your sense of smell? New insights into Parkinson’s disease suggest that these might be the early ...

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5 ways to improve your family’s eating habits on holiday

It’s easy to fall into bad eating habits abroad – especially when travelling with children. Thomas Cook share tips on how eat healthy when away.

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Want to cut down on sugar? Experts reveal how to slash your intake in 6 simple steps

We all know too much sugar is bad for us – but quitting the habit is hard. Liz Connor asks experts for their top handy hints.

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The Skin Nerd: Avoid running into skin trouble on marathon day

With the Cork City Marathon coming up on June 2, many are lacing up their Asics, strapping on their armbands and getting that crucial training in, writes Jennifer ...

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Ask an expert: What are DOMS and how can I reduce the aches and pains?

If you’re struggling to walk after your workout, there’s a good chance you’re experiencing delayed onset muscle soreness, says Liz Connor.

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Ask a counsellor: My husband has a drink problem – what do I do?

Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine advises a woman whose husband has a drink problem.

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Ensuring your estate goes to those you wish

Barrister and author Tim Bracken provides a list of frequently used words and questions that often arise in relation to probate matters

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Video: This chocolate facial is the perfect Easter-themed pampering

The only tricky thing about this one is trying not to eat the product.

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Dig deep: Mind and body benefits of working in your garden

While people once wanted everything instantly, horticulturalist Gary Graham tells Margaret Jennings that gardening is becoming cool again Dig deep to connect with ...

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Shades of summer: Bring back colour to the garden, says Super Garden judge

With visions of Mediterranean summers, there’s hardly a garden in the country that hasn’t been transformed into an outdoor living space supported by ...

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Life changing: Four women take a new direction in their 50s

Arlene Harris speaks to four women in their 50s who, with their children raised, have made big life changes in order to find excitement and inner fulfilment.

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When the going gets tough: Actors on stress management

Acting is a demanding career lived out in the public gaze.

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This is why you really should go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day

Those weekend lie ins might be a little more harmful than you think.

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The Skin Nerd - Seeing red over rosacea? Soothing serum is key

Jennifer Rock offers advice and recommendations to a woman diagnosed with rosacea.

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Face forward: New remedies for rosacea

There may be a number of triggers which cause the uncomfortable skin condition. But there are also many ways to tackle it, says Rachel Marie Walsh

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These 5 common sleep myths could be seriously harmful to your health

Forget everything you thought you knew about sleeping.

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Worried about pollution, pores or oily skin? This expert says clay is what you need

Clay has numerous beauty benefits, Katie Wright discovers.

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This is how Instagram star Kelsey Wells stays in shape

Liz Connor chats strength training, motherhood and staying grounded with the fitness influencer.

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Inspired by Tiger Woods at the Masters? Here are 6 health benefits of golf

If you’re not a fan of the gym, a golf club membership could be a pretty worthwhile alternative investment for health.

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I miss spontaneity of tipsy sex

My partner and I have given up drinking. We feel great, and we look better too. I don’t miss the alcohol one bit. What I do miss, however, is tipsy sex. How ...

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Reach for the sky: Pat Fitzpatrick hits the gym ahead of his next mountain challenge

When two friends raced ahead of him on a mountain walk,Pat Fitzpatrick felt ‘over the hill’ at 52. He needed to get fit — fast.

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Get the Look: Fake tanning

A new survey by St Tropez highlights Irish women’s fake tanning habits. Rachel Marie Walsh takes a look.

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Food for life: Nutrition as a key treatment for cancer patients

‘I’ve been poked and prodded but no one has seen me about my diet,’ one cancer patient tells Feelgood.

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How to create a self-care toolkit for kids

Get your mini me to put pen to paper to rid the stresses of modern life, says Claire Spreadbury.

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Mind expanding Neurologist’s strange encounters with patients

A chef who loses his memory for six hours, a swimmer who can’t stop hiccupping, a mum who refuses to accept her disability may be psychosomatic, these just ...

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Sex advice with Suzi Godson: Role play can inject novelty into a sexual relationship

My husband of five years has, quite out of the blue, asked me to meet him in a bar and pretend I don’t know him. I assume the idea is that he seduces me, which ...

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'He remembers every name of anyone he meets': Sociable teen with Down Syndrome

Helen O’Callaghan speaks to a mum about Down Syndrome

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The Skin Nerd: Skin Goals - Meghan Markle’s effortless beauty

Skincare advice with Jennifer Rock

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Ask an expert: How can I get rid of my dandruff problem?

A scalp health expert tells Liz Connor about how you can find long-term relief from white flakes.

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Ask a counsellor: ‘Our friends are divorcing – how can we avoid getting caught in the middle?’

Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine offers guidance to a woman who is worried she and her husband will be asked to take sides.

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Hear, hear: Link between hearing loss and dementia

Many of us are slow to have our hearing checked, but it could be a symptom of a much more serious health problem, writes Margaret Jennings

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Wild ways: Dáithí Ó Sé on the simple pleasures of the great outdoors

Dáithí Ó Sé tells Irene Feighan about the shape he's in

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Look into my eyes: How hypnosis can improve your health

Forget the stage-show cliché, hypnosis can improve health and change lives, writes Clodagh Finn

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What is cannabis skincare and why has it suddenly become so popular? Experts explain the benefits

Katie Wright gets the lowdown on highly popular beauty ingredient CBD.

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Ask an expert: When is the right time to let your kids have an Instagram account?

Social media rules suggest 13, but children half that age can be seen posting online. By Claire Spreadbury.

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Working life: What it's like to be a paediatric cystic fibrosis clinical nurse

Geraldine Clancy, cystic fibrosis (CF) clinical nurse specialist, paediatrics, Tallaght University Hospital

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Dad's the word: We are Grand Masters of Empty Threats in our place

I threw a toy jeep into the general waste bin, where there was no chance of retrieval. And then the guilt hit. What kind of monster would do this to his own child? ...

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Too old for BreastCheck: Are we neglecting older women?

Once women turn 70, they are no longer screened by BreastCheck, but 36% of breast cancer cases occur in women aged over 65, says Helen O’Callaghan

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5 non-negotiables for getting better sleep – according to a sleep expert

Want to wake up more refreshed? Dr Nerina Ramlakhan tells Liz Connor the bedtime routine rules she swears by.

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Can medicine be cured? CUH consultant on the corruption of a profession

In his new book, ‘Can Medicine be Cured?’ Prof Seamus O’Mahony is highly critical of the medical system, particularly when it comes to spending ...

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The Skin Nerd: Exfoliation nation - no more need to grit and bear it

Those who are serious about skincare know that exfoliating acids are nothing new. In fact, Cleopatra herself may have been aware of chemical exfoliation, bathing ...

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Moo Crew winners give a thumbs-up to dairy

Thumbs-up choices, feelgood trees and wellness walls – pupils at St Patrick’s NS, Trim, are as familiar with these concepts as they are with their daily ...

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Dani Dyer: ‘Mum thought I was on the verge of taking my own life’

Love Island winner Dani Dyer talks about coping with life’s challenges and how she sought therapy after a toxic relationship. By Hannah Stephenson.

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What you need to know about micro-needling patches – the next at-home beauty trend

Move over vampire facials and fork therapy…

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month: 7 warning signs you should never ignore

To mark April’s Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, two colorectal surgeons outline the symptoms everybody needs to know about.

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Sex File: Husband refuses to sext me while at work

I like to have a lengthy build-up before sex, so I asked my husband if he wouldn’t mind sending me some sexy texts during the day while we are both at work.

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Happy at work: Oscar-nominated Cartoon Saloon draws inspiration from its new wellbeing programme

Workplace wellbeing initiatives, like those at award-winning Cartoon Saloon, can provide significant benefits to employees and companies alike, writes Áilín ...

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Working life: Alicia O’Leary

Alicia O’Leary, radiation therapist (RT) and medical dosimetrist, UPMC Hillman Cancer Centre, Waterford

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I collected all my single-use plastic for a month and this is what I learned

It was quite horrifying, finds Ella Walker.

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Why this stock photo collection with non-binary models is so important

The Gender Spectrum Collection is a new resource which will help improve the media’s representation of trans and non-binary people.

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