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Calraí ar an Scála

February 16, 2015

Beidh an líon calraí i ngach saghas bia ar fáil i mbialanna ar fud na tíre le feiceáil ar bhiachláir ó 2016 ar aghaidh. Beidh an t-eolas ar fáil ar bhiachláir gach caifé bia gasta,

Lifestyle

College hacks to prevent the piling pounds

November 26, 2014

As we all start to spend a little more time on campus trying to get those pesky Christmas assignments done and dusted, the temptation to ‘reward’ ourselves with munch for managing to stay a whole

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Food

Food for thought

February 19, 2014

Sleepy brain syndrome after the extended Christmas break? Sharon McGowan has an arsenal of healthy foods to get those minds buzzing again.

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Lifestyle

On your marks, get set…run!

February 19, 2014

Out with expensive gym memberships, in with running apps and thermal leggings! James Creagh has the beginners guide to completing your first 5km.

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Lifestyle

Is your healthy diet killing you?

November 20, 2013

How much do you trust your nutritionist? Recent studies have highlighted risks associated with gluten and meat. James McCreagh investigates.

Lifestyle

Shake It Up Baby

November 6, 2013

Could your workout or exercise routine do with a helping hand? Eimear Phelan takes a look at how to build the perfect protein shake.

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Lifestyle

Breast Cancer Awareness

October 23, 2013

Over 3,000 Irish women are diagnosed with Breast Cancer each year, so it is vital young females take good care of their bodies.

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Lifestyle

College Fitness

October 23, 2013

We have all felt the burden of trying to keep fit and active in college, here is how you can get your exercise on a student friendly budget.

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Articles

Fitness model revolution

March 6, 2013

The summer season of beach bodies is creeping in and Irish people are hitting the gym with a vengeance in a plea to get celeb-like bodies. While the closest a lot of us will get

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Randoms

Battling the odds

February 6, 2013

Ann Brady is a happily-married mother of two boys from Greystones, County Dublin, her eldest son, Harry, is in fifth class in primary school and on the surface he looks just like any other happy

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Randoms

Are you anxious?

February 6, 2013

Anxiety can be medically defined as ‘a multi-system response to a perceived threat or danger’. It reflects a blend of biochemical changes in the body, a person’s personal history and memory, as well as the

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DCU News

Convenors could face impeachment

November 28, 2012

Two Students’ Union Convenors accused of breaching SU rules will find out on Wednesday evening if they could be removed from their positions. Science & Health Convenor Sarah ‘Flano’ Flanagan and Business Convenor Neil Mulhern

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News

UCC Programme Included in European Erasmus Scheme

October 12, 2011

By Timmy Kelleher University Collge Cork’s (UCC) undergraduate programme Biodesign for Health Applications is the only applicant this year which now qualifies for inclusion in the Lifelong Learning Erasmus scheme. The scheme is described on

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News

NUIG Cancer Research Makes it into Medical Journal

October 11, 2011

Eoghan Cormican New pre-clinical research suggests that a new prototype drug can kill Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL) cells circulating in the blood. The research, carried out by scientists at National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG)