Health

Makeup for all skin types

April 17, 2019

The never-ending cycle of having a reaction to new makeup products and then covering up with more makeup can be tiresome and leave you feeling like makeup just isn’t made for you and that brands just don’t consider your skin type.

Health

Ireland’s mistaken disease

April 15, 2019

IBD specialist nurse, Angela Mullen who works in the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin is one of fourteen IBD nurses in Ireland said, “we definitely need more IBD nurses, the patient’s with IBD need access to care and unfortunately in some practices they don’t have that”.

Health

Dying from the flu

February 6, 2019

As flu cases deaths increased over the the recent winter season, there was also no dramtic growth in people getting the flu vaccine.

Features

Happy little pills

December 12, 2018

problems aren’t miraculously solved when you tell someone how you’re feeling

Health

Syphilis on the rise across Ireland

December 12, 2018

Syphilis cases are increasing to record levels in Ireland according to the HSE. The STI can be treated with antibiotics and caught by getting a blood test.

Features

Those winter blues

November 28, 2018

University life, with all it’s merits, will statistically spike the vast majority of our anxiety levels at some point. With the ever darkening days of winter also slowly consuming us, it may feel that anxiety is closer to our front door than ever.

Health

Scentsation

November 28, 2018

Roisin Maguire looks into how we can use essential oils to our advantage in our everyday lives.

Food

Building Bulk

November 28, 2018

Eoin Harte discusses the do’s and don’ts when it comes to supplements.