DCU News

SepTec up for €1 million prize

March 6, 2019

SepTec, the only DCU project in the competition, is one of 12 teams competing from third level institutions across Ireland.

Food

Beating binging stigmas

March 6, 2019

The HSE says that binges are often planned in advance, with the individual buying special foods to binge on. The disorder is often easily hidden from those close to the individual as simply putting on weight.

Food

Careful with your cravings

February 20, 2019

Food addiction is much more than a simple craving. It is an obsession that takes over the life of the addict. It’s time to treat with the attention it deserves.

Lifestyle

Is F45 the future of student fitness?

February 20, 2019

Those trying to survive on a student budget are unlikely to join an F45 club, however. Second year Business student and fitness enthusiast Elayna Keller was intrigued by the idea but couldn’t justify buying a membership.

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.

Lifestyle

To bulk or not to bulk?

December 12, 2018

Considering either bulking or cutting to try and achieve your goals? Eoin Harte is here to help you find out what’s best for you.

Features

The forgotten Florence Nightingales of our generation

December 12, 2018

A profession that is composed of the brightest elements of humanity is subjected to the toughest challenges. Student nurses enter a system that is not only incredibly challenging, but employment after graduation is left to mere chance.

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.

Food

Building Bulk

November 28, 2018

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

Health

VAT introduced on food supplements

November 28, 2018

The introduction of VAT on food supplements has caused upset with the Revenue amongst health food shops and some calling it a “tax on the elderly.”