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If you’ve never been trained in CPR or don’t feel comfortable giving breaths then Hands-only CPR can still increase a person’s chance of survival when they suffer a cardiac arrest.
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Walk the Wexford Town Slí na Sláinte this weekend and enjoy the beautiful views while being active. Slí na Sláinte stands for 'path to health'. Tag us in your  pics if you're out walking this weekend.
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Daire Kavanagh was on her own with her grandmother, Vera Connolly, when her Granny suffered a stroke. Thankfully Daire had seen the FAST TV ads, and knew what to do.
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Irish Heart Foundation May 25
High blood pressure is the no.1 risk for Stroke. Get your blood pressure checked.
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Irish Heart Foundation May 25
How can I keep my cholesterol healtty
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Irish Heart Foundation May 25
What is it eggs-actly about eggs and my heart?
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Irish Heart Foundation May 24
By 2045 almost a quarter of people in the world will be obese and one in eight will have type 2 diabetes.
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Irish Heart Foundation May 24
Micro targeting and profiling of children is officially prohibited in Irish law
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Kathryn Walsh May 24
Micro targeting and profiling of children is officially prohibited in Irish law!!!
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Bank of Ireland May 24
We gave over the jersey sponsorship to the for last Saturday’s semi-final. Watch the highlights here:
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Irish Heart Foundation May 24
A new Slí na Sláinte route was opened in Cork last week by  who were also celebrating 30 years of business in Cork. You can set up a Slí route in your workplace too. For more information please visit our website:
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Irish Heart Foundation May 24
"I've been volunteering for the last twenty odd years, a volunteer is a person who may not have a lot of time but has a lot of heart." Thank you again to for giving us sponsorship for a day of last weekend.
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Irish Heart Foundation May 23
One in four family members reported depressive symptoms- new Irish study
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Irish Heart Foundation May 23
speaks to today as Ireland is set to become 1st country in Europe to ban online targeting of kids by advertisers under new Data Protection Bill; 1 in 4 kids are overweight or obese; obesity rates are rising across EU
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Irish Heart Foundation May 23
speaks to today as Ireland is set to become 1st country in Europe to ban online targeting of kids by advertisers under new Data Protection Bill; 1 in 4 kids are overweight or obese; obesity rates are rising across EU
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Daniela Rohde May 23
Delighted to have some of my PhD research featured on the website!
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Irish Heart Foundation May 23
Ireland is set to become the first country in Europe to ban the online targeting of children by advertisers under the new Data Protection Bill which was passed by the last night.
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Helena ODonnell May 23
Important research by should inform Children's Commercial Code review: calling for 9pm watershed in Ireland along with online regulation of junk food marketing. Sign petition:
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Irish Heart Foundation May 22
Data Protection Bill passed as Seanad accepts amendments from Dáil policy manager welcomes a historic decision that “accepts the primacy of protecting children’s health over commercial interests”
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Irish Heart Foundation May 22
Eating fish, particularly oily fish, twice a week will help reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke. This is the key message from a new scientific advisory issued last week by the American Heart Association.
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