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Five switches you can make today for a healthier, happier you

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It’s time to stop being afraid of change.

Making switches - even little ones - in your life can sometimes make the world of difference on your overall health. And with summer approaching, there’s no better time to make some positive changes.


Looking after your family, the Irish way

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Irish families are the best - we all know that right?! BUT, there’s always room to look after each other just that little bit more. Here are some ideas to get you started.


Heartbeat screening saved me from catastrophe

By Sinead Hamill, laya heathcare member

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When one's mortality stands up and smacks you in the face, it’s best to pay attention. That's exactly what happened in Sinead Hamill’s case. She tells us her story.


Here’s how CareOnCall can save you the time and money of visiting the GP

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Every parent knows how worrying it can be when your child wakes up in the middle of the night with a temperature, or you find yourself feeling unwell but don’t have the time to go to your GP. No matter what time of the day, or day of the week, through CareOnCall, you’ll know you are looked after always.



Every parent eventually reaches that weird milestone where their children discover that their mother or father had a life before kids. For Cork musician John “Haggis” Hegarty it came this April, when his 17-year-old son walked in clutching a copy of the Irish Examiner.Emperor of Ice Cream: Cork band reunite for another scoop

Louis Theroux, best known for his TV documentaries, is, like the rest of us, being forced to improvise and so has started a podcast, Grounded with Louis Theroux.Podcast Corner: Louis Theroux and Ross Kemp zoom into action

Gavin James is preparing for what is probably the strangest challenge of his live-gigging career to date: performing to a sea of cars at his upcoming Live at the Drive In gigs.Gavin James: All revved up for drive-in gigs

The Government last week reminded anyone receiving the pandemic unemployment payment (PUP), put in place as an emergency response to layoffs made in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, that they could be liable for a tax bill at the end of the year.Making Cents: Working out if you will face a tax bill because of Covid-19 supports

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