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Stroke expert, Professor Joe Harbison, explains what Atrial Fibrillation is and why it is so important to detect and treat it. Supported by and Bristol-Myers Squibb
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Helena ODonnell 14h
Oireachtas report calls for 'No Fry Zones' around schools and stricter rules on junk food advertising via
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The report today is a “crucial first step” in tackling childhood obesity in Ireland
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 14
Congratulations to Merck Millipore and Sodexo Catering team who achieved our Bronze Happy Heart Healthy Eating Award
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 14
Students from came over to show us the life-saving skills they learnt through our .
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Kildare Now Nov 13
Irish Heart Foundation urging public to check pulse twice a day & prevent a stroke
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Mayor Daniel Butler Nov 13
Enjoyed launching this year's Sweethearts New Years Eve Ball in this evening. Wishing them every success. Pick your tickets up now!
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 13
Medical director of the Irish Heart Foundation, Dr Angie Brown will be talking about our A Fib campaign on The Last Word with Matt Cooper today at 16:40. Listen live here:
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 13
Replying to @PierceKennedy
A prolonged fast heart rate at rest, is not normal, and it will put extra strain on the heart over time. Fast resting heart rate can be connected to other areas such as infection, asthma, anaemia an over active thyroid, so should be checked out by a GP. Hope this helps Pierce.
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 13
Replying to @PierceKennedy
Hi Pierce, if you're concerned about your heart rate or want more information, you can speak to our nurse, Lorna, on our heart and stroke helpline. It's freephone number 1800 25 25 50 and it's open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, and Thursdays until 7pm.
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 13
Atrial fibrillation is the most common type of irregular heartbeat and one in four people over the age of 50 are at risk of developing it. Sponsored by and
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Norma Sheahan Nov 12
Last chance to buy tickets to this amazing event 12.30pm to 4.30pm Meet a host of sports stars, wine & dine, raffle, auction, best dressed, entertainment.... Wear a splash of red, and bring a smiling heart!
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 10
Next year is the 40th anniversary of the Dublin City Marathon. Do you want to raise vital funds and run for the Irish Heart Foundation in the Dublin City Marathon? Book your place and get in touch with us.
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Paul Byrne Nov 9
Good luck to & everyone taking part in what promises to be a great day out . Staying healthy & at the same time supporting & .
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 10
It's incredible, we're so grateful to everyone involved! ❤️
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 9
We're thrilled and so grateful to have received a Award today! Thank you for helping us support stroke survivors - this money will help fund our Dublin-based stroke support groups.
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CRY Nov 9
DIARY DATE: SADS Support Group Memorial Ceremony is happening on Sunday 9th December at 2.30pm in Monkstown Church of Ireland Parish Church, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin remembering our young lost to sudden cardiac death. All welcome regardless of religious beliefs.
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 9
Boys (28%) were more likely than girls (22%) to get the recommended amount of physical activity
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 9
Thank you , and for supporting our campaign. We're looking forward to working with you to protect Ireland's children from junk food marketing.
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Irish Heart Foundation Nov 8
Women are more vulnerable to certain risk factors for heart attack than men
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