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HSE Ireland 19h
Our campaign used a co-creation approach with parents to better understand their family's health behaviours. This means that we can help parents take steps towards a healthier life for their family
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HSE Ireland 20h
Our campaign is all about promoting family-wide health behaviours as a way to encourage a healthy weight for children
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HSE Ireland 21h
E Doc GP Out of Hours, for people living in North County Wicklow and South Dublin, will operate from 6pm to 8am on weekdays and 24 hours at weekends & public holidays. It includes Nurse Led Triage, Nurse and GP consultation at treatment centres and home visits where appropriate
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HSE Ireland 23h
The best way to treat mild food poisoning is to drink plenty of fluids, eat smaller and more frequent meals which are easy to digest, and rest until you feel better. Find out more on our website:
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HSE Ireland May 17
If you're living in Kerry, make sure to visit Kerry University Hospital tomorrow morning for a free skin cancer screening. Skin cancer is one of the most avoidable cancers- it can be seen, and so it can be detected early. Find out more here:
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HSE Ireland May 17
Paul Reid took up his new role as HSE Director General on 14 May 2019. On his first day, Paul visited Midland Regional Hospital and Primary Care Centre in Tullamore. Watch the first staff video message from on:
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HSE Ireland May 17
If you’re thinking about drinking less this weekend, avoiding rounds is a great place to start. In this article, six Irish adults share their tips for drinking less on a night out:
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HSE Ireland May 17
New GP Out of Hours Service - E Doc - provides a welcome alternative to an acute hospital and also offers an efficient and effective urgent care service for people living in North County Wicklow and South Dublin. Read more
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HSE Ireland May 17
One of the most important ways in which we can reduce the stigma associated with is to change how we talk about mental health conditions. Find out more at
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HSE Ireland May 17
are inviting applications for a €4000 bursary to create a film, audio doc or report about an arts in health project. Applications are invited before July 3rd - more details on
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HSE Ireland May 17
If you're struggling to stay active, remember the reasons you decided to become active in the first place, and think about what you are getting out of being more active, from a boosted mood to a healthier body. Read our top tips here:
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safefood May 17
We used a co-creation approach with parents to better understand family-wide health behaviours and how we can help parents on the way to a healthier life.
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Sexual Wellbeing May 17
Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia. To mark this, have launched their first National School Climate Survey. If you're LGBTI+ and aged 12-18, we need your help! Fill out the survey here:
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Simon Harris TD May 17
I officially launched the new Out of Hours EDoc GP service for North Wicklow & South Dublin yesterday. It’s a game changer for families & older people. This new service is at Loughlinstown hospital. It opens weekdays 6pm-8am & 24 hours weekends & Bank Holidays. Phone 01-2234500
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HSE Ireland May 17
If you are playing sports this weekend and something happens your local Injury Unit can deal with broken bones, sprains and strains. Learn more:
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NPESurvey May 16
Thank you to staff for showcasing their quality improvement initiatives to the National Patient Experience Survey team. Following the results of the survey, the catering manager, Ann, presented 18 different menus they have introduced to meet patients' dietary needs.
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HSE Ireland May 16
Benefit from making bedrooms a screen free zone this weekend - remove computers, all mobile devices and TVs where possible. For reasons why and more tips on how to pause for play see:
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safefood May 16
Did you know that the second-most eaten food group by children now is junk food - food high in fat, salt and sugar. These are usually eaten as snacks. For more on tackling treats click here:
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HSE Ireland May 16
Get in the know like Joe! Search and find out how you can get active
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HSE Ireland May 16
Did you know: tea towels and sponges can harbour more bacteria than toilet seats – our top hygiene tip is to let your dishes air dry! Read more about how to :
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