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Learning how to do CPR is easy, enjoyable and quick. You can learn how by yourself, or with others. The more who know, the safer we all are.
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Croí Heart & Stroke 6h
The family of a Limerick fan who suffered a heart attack on the Luas after the All-Ireland final have thanked a Galway nurse for saving his life.
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Type 2 diabetes usually occurs in adulthood. Many factors can influence the chances of you developing this type of diabetes. Learn more about Diabetes and how to reduce the risk of developing type 2.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 20
The rate of younger stroke in Ireland is rising rapidly, with people of working age now accounting for more than one in four of some 8,000 cases every year.
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Aura Leisure Ireland Aug 20
Delighted to announce that we have confirmed the as our charity of the year for Aura Holohan Group - ‘Putting the Heart into Fitness’. The Irish Heart Foundation is a national charity whose mission is to affect positive change in the lifestyles of Irish people!
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 20
It is recommended we should eat 24-35g of fibre a day, but do you know how much fibre is in 2 slices of wholemeal bread?
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 19
I had a heart attack at 25 - CPR saved my life
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 19
This is an excellent stir-fry that could be on the table in less than half an hour making it a perfect mid-week meal for all the family.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 18
Slí na Sláinte meaning Path to Health, aims to encourage people of all ages and abilities to walk more for health and leisure. Create a route in your community
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 18
Did you know that women experience different and more subtle heart attack symptoms to men? Full article:
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 17
Our expert dietitian Sarah Noone shares her top tips on how to ensure you are getting enough fibre in your diet.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 17
Treat yourself by baking these delicious muffins this weekend.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 16
Some breast cancer survivors who received certain types of radiotherapy and chemotherapy in the past, are at an increased risk of developing heart disease as a result of their cancer treatment, a new study has found.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 16
Whether you’re remembering a loved one by running a marathon or organising a cake sale, you can make a difference by fundraising to help end premature deaths from heart & stroke disease in Ireland.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 15
“Most women think they are going to die from breast cancer when in fact they are six times more likely to die from cardiovascular disease.” - Dr Angie Brown, Medical Director, Irish Heart Foundation,
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 15
New research, published today in the European Heart Journal, has found that death rates from stroke, are declining overall in Europe. However, in some countries, this decline is levelling off and in others, the death rates are even increasing.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 15
A major survey of stroke care in Europe has found significant inequalities in access to appropriate stroke care across Europe and Ireland’s thrombolysis rate, where medication is delivered to break up the clot, was reported as lower than average.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 14
Representatives from the Irish Heart Foundation and EUROSPAR Supermarket had their blood pressure checked today as they announced a new partnership which will see EUROSPAR Supermarket sponsor our mobile health unit for the next year.
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 14
Delay implementing the junk food marketing code criticised as “continued failure to tackle the relentless targeting of young people by junk brands which is helping to fuel Ireland’s child obesity crisis”
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Irish Heart Foundation Aug 14
Delay implementing the junk food marketing code criticised as “continued failure to tackle the relentless targeting of young people by junk brands which is helping to fuel Ireland’s child obesity crisis”
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