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HSE Ireland 2h
Any exercise is useful, as long as it is suited to your ability and you do enough of it. Exercise should be something you enjoy. There are many different ways to exercise, so find something you like.
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Cláraíonn an tSeirbhís um Chlárú Sibhialta gach breith, bás agus pósadh sa stát. Tuilleadh eolais ag
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Don't forget to apply for your EHIC card if you're travelling abroad. EHIC replaces the old E111 form. You need one for each member of your family. It's free and there's no charge to apply. Click:
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Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh Aug 22
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Kevin Brennan 21h
Thank you & from for adding your voices to the fight against HPV related cancer in memory of Laura.
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Never leave a child unattended in a car, even for a short while. There is a risk of: breathing problems on warm days, accidentally trapping them or leaving your keys in the car or an unexpected fire:
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HSE Ireland Aug 22
is very infectious. 1 case can be passed to up to 18 people. The only way to prevent cases is by getting vaccine. Get the facts at
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Future Health Summit Aug 22
HEY STUDENTS Did you know the HSE puts on an annual one day event aimed at interns and final year medical students to provide valuable information at this critical stage in their career?
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HSE Ireland Aug 22
The Annual Medical Careers Day takes place on Saturday 5th October 2019, at the Aviva Stadium. It is a free event. Registration via Sign up today!
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Giveblood Aug 22
Morning ! Our D’Olier Street clinic is open from 10am – 7pm on Thursday 22nd August. Call 014745000 to book an appointment. Why not make plans with a friend to today!
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HSE Ireland Aug 22
Keep the brain active by challenging yourself with a puzzle or learning a new skill. Find out more:
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HSE Ireland Aug 21
Changing your relationship with alcohol can change your day for the better. Whether that means taking a break or simply understanding how to have a healthy relationship with alcohol, it all makes a difference. Take our Self Assessment Test:
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HSE Ireland Aug 21
Listen back to Dr. Eamon Keenan, Clinical Lead for HSE Addiction Services, on raising awareness about drug use and drug Testing' on :
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HSE Ireland Aug 21
Cleaning hands properly is the best way to reduce infections in hospital and community settings in Ireland.
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LGBT Ireland Aug 21
Hello! The Gender Identity Family Support Line supports family members with a transgender or gender non-conforming family member. The line is non-judgemental and is run by other families who have experience with LGBT+ families. The line is open every Sunday 6-9pm on 019073707
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HSE Ireland Aug 21
Do you want more information on how to apply for medical cards and GP visit cards? Find out how to apply here:
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HSE Ireland Aug 21
We are working with to find out more about the issues and concerns for people living in Ireland around chemicals and health. We want to hear your views and are inviting you to take part in this short survey:
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Anna Geary Aug 20
I’m wearing this jersey for Laura, for her family who are left behind and for all the young people who have a chance to get the vaccine and be protected from the HPV virus. Let’s stop HPV and . Forever,
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Amanda Kenny Aug 21
Tune into this morning at 9.15am. Dr of & Lindsey Sweetman, patient advocate, will be discussing childhood cancer survivorship on the show.
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HSE Ireland Aug 21
Insect bites are puncture wounds caused by insects. In Ireland, insects that bite include: midges, mosquitoes, fleas, bedbugs, ticks. Find out more about treatment and prevention on our website:
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