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Breast Cancer Awareness

Tue, 3 October 2017

Breast Cancer Awareness

In Ireland, one in ten women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. In 2014, thirty-six-year-old mother of two Evelyn Wakefield received the devastating news that she had Metastatic Stage 4 Breast Cancer, with the disease having spread to her spine, ribs and sternum. Evelyn joined us this morning to talk about why she is calling for improvements for patients with metastatic breast cancer. We werealso joined by Dr Miriam O'Connor, Consultant Oncologist University Hospital Waterford.

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'Bake a Cake for Goodness Sake' for the Jack and Jill Foundation

'Bake a Cake for Goodness Sake' for the Jack and Jill Foundation

Wed, 18 October 2017

Maria O'Brien joined us in studio this morning with her incredible little boy, Harry O'Brien, who is the only child in Ireland diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Genitopatellar.

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The importance of fundraising for Childline

The importance of fundraising for Childline

Tue, 17 October 2017

ISPCC Childline answers more than 400,000 calls every year. Every single night and day, there are thousands of children reaching out to Childline.

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Sugar Tax

Sugar Tax

Thu, 12 October 2017

Maybe It's time to stop getting busy with the fizzy! Dietitian Louise Reynolds runs the rule over sugar content in Soda Pop!

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Household Hacks

Household Hacks

Tue, 10 October 2017

Helen James joined us today with some helpful Household Hacks - Oat and Honey Bath Bombs and a Pillow Spray for viewers to make themselves at home

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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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The Skin Nerd

The Skin Nerd

Fri, 6 October 2017

Jennifer Rock from the skinnerd.com, joined us with her tips on the best products to use in your twenties and thirties.

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