The Restaurant Inspector

So you want to be a Restaurant Inspector. It aint an easy task, when they seeing you coming they are filled with dread, however, you serve a vital task in the food link. The Role of the Restaurant Inspector The role of the restaurant inspector is to ensure that eating establishments, that’s restaurants to you […] The...

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Landmark Achievements for Children

The Children’s Rights Alliance wishes to warmly acknowledge the excellent work carried out by Minister Frances Fitzgerald, TD, during her three-year… GlobalBuzz – Health and Welfare

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Rugby Stars in Suicide Prevention

Ireland’s top rugby stars are being trained in how to prevent suicide and look out for their colleagues in a unique partnership with the national suicide charity, Console. The Irish Rugby Union Players Association (IRUPA) have joined forces with national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console to provide the...

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Bronchitis – Upper Respiratory Infections

May 07, 14 Bronchitis – Upper Respiratory Infections

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The inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchial tubes is called bronchitis. It occurs in both acute and chronic forms. If occurring in an athlete, bronchitis is more likely to be in acute form. Acute bronchitis usually occurs as an infectious winter disease that follows a common cold or other viral infection of the...

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Mononucleosis – Upper Respiratory Infections

May 07, 14 Mononucleosis – Upper Respiratory Infections

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Infectious mononucleosis is an acute viral disease that effects mostly young adults and children. Infectious mononucleosis, commonly called “mono”, is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), a member of the herpes group. It has a major impact on athletes as it can produce severe fatigue as well as raise the chance of spleen...

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