Problems towards Poor Brain Health

Oct 13, 14 Problems towards Poor Brain Health

Posted by in Aged, Education, Featured, Ireland, News

Brain Health – People who live in disadvantaged areas have a greater risk of developing cognitive dysfunction than people in better off areas, a study by Professor Helene McNulty and colleagues at the University of Ulster has found. Ageing Research and Development The findings of this study, funded by the Centre for Ageing...

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Enjoy Better Physical and Mental Health

Sep 25, 14 Enjoy Better Physical and Mental Health

Posted by in Events, Exercise, Featured, Ireland, News

Any level of activity is better for your health than none, according to health experts at a seminar in Dublin today (25 September 2014). Keeping active for better ageing, a seminar hosted by the Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland (CARDI), discussed the benefits for older people and the reasons why older people as...

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How Gut Bacteria Regulates Weight Gain

May 06, 14 How Gut Bacteria Regulates Weight Gain

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Researchers at the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre in University College Cork have discovered how gut bacteria communicate with their host to specifically regulate weight gain and serum cholesterol levels. Cork Researchers Further Understanding of How Gut Bacteria Regulate Weight Gain The research, funded by Science Foundation...

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Living With Cancer

Mar 14, 14 Living With Cancer

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People living with cancer in Dublin and their families are invited to attend a unique public information day at the City North Hotel, Gormanston, on April 5. The Living With Cancer Day The Living With Cancer Day has been organised by the North East Cancer Research and Education Trust (NECRET) and will feature Irish celebrities...

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Obese Children Losing Key Cells

Dec 29, 13 Obese Children Losing Key Cells

Posted by in Children, Featured, Ireland, News

New research from the National Children’s Research Center and supported by the Children’s Medical Research Foundation (CMRF) has identified a link between child obesity and decreased effectiveness in the innate immune system among obese children. – Explains increased risk of infection, diabetes, cancer and heart...

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