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World Cerebral Palsy Day

Thu, 5 October 2017

World Cerebral Palsy Day

Cerebral Palsy is a debilitating condition that affects a person's muscle tone, movement and motor skills. And although huge advances have been made in recent years in the management of children with cerebral palsy, there are still major improvements that need to be made to make life that little bit easier.

This Friday marks 'World Cerebral Palsy Day' which hopes to raise greater awareness of the condition and to give us a better understanding of it is Consultant Paediatrician, Dr Jane Leonard and Jennifer Long with her sixteen year old son Marcus who has Cerebral Palsy.

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Mental Health Week: Connect Mental Health

Mental Health Week: Connect Mental Health

Thu, 12 October 2017

Ciaran McLoone  & John Meehan are here to talk about Connect Mental Health and how it is helping people in Donegal

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Mental Health Week: Post Natal Depression

Mental Health Week: Post Natal Depression

Thu, 12 October 2017

This morning we are discussing Post Natal Depression (PND) and Post-natal Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Post-natal PTSD)

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Mental Health Week: Seeking Help

Mental Health Week: Seeking Help

Tue, 10 October 2017

Jim Daly was here to discuss the stigma surrounding mental health here in Ireland and the steps we can take to improve this.

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Mental Health Week: Pieta House

Mental Health Week: Pieta House

Mon, 9 October 2017

This morning we're joined by Dublin GAA Player Paul Flynn, who is an Ambassador for Pieta House and CEO of Pieta House, Brian Higgins

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Haemochromatosis Awareness Day

Haemochromatosis Awareness Day

Thu, 1 June 2017

Haemochromatosis, or iron overload disorder, is a condition where the body retains too much iron. It is the most common genetic disease in Ireland with approximately 1 in 83 people predisposed to develop it.

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Coeliac Awareness Week

Coeliac Awareness Week

Mon, 8 May 2017

One in one hundred people in Ireland have coeliac disease, and worryingly many suffer the uncomfortable symptoms without getting a proper diagonosis through a simple blood test.

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