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Helping students with health issues during the Leaving Cert

Katie argues that more needs to be done for students with health issues during the Leaving Cert

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What should I ask my doctor before going on medication?

Understand why and how you should take your medication before going on them

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Enter the X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition

Support youth in becoming the first tobacco free generation

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What is protein and should I take protein supplements?

Learn more about the impact that protein supplements can have on your health

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What effect do supplements have on my body?

From weight-loss supplements to supplements for colds, dieticians do not recommend taking them

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Should I take health supplements?

Learn more about health supplements and whether they would be beneficial in your diet

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Coffee with a Cause - helping the environment and Irish charities

Edamame have collaborated with Irish artists to design reusable coffee cups to raise money for three Irish charities

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Doctors urge all women of reproductive age to take daily folic acid tablets

Folic acid reduces the risk of babies developing neural tube defects, but it does not work if you wait until you are pregnant to start folic acid

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Tennis for blind and visionally impaired people in Ireland

Learn more about blind/vI tennis and where you can play it in Ireland

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Aerial classes in Ireland

Circus based training classes combined strength and conditioning

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Wheelchair sports teams you can join in Ireland

With over 20 clubs to choose from find the sport that suits you

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Dance fitness classes for beginners

Dancing is an effective workout while having fun

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