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The Menopause, your heart, and your diet

On World Menopause Day our dietitian shares her top tips for eating well to protect your heart through menopause and beyond

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Nutrition News   |   18th Oct 2022

Survey shows negative impact of COVID-19 pandemic on lifestyles

Healthy Ireland Survey shows impact of pandemic on health behaviours

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Coronavirus News   |   9th Dec 2021

New Cardiovascular Health Policy urgently needed

The Irish Heart Foundation calls for new cardiovascular health policy at the Oireachtas

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Policy News   |   21st Jun 2021

Minimum Unit Pricing will reduce alcohol harm and save lives

Introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing for alcohol welcomed

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Policy News   |   7th May 2021

Just half of school kids engage in regular physical activity

Just half of young people engaged in regular physical activity -HBSC report

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Policy News   |   12th Mar 2021

Understanding the risks of turning to alcohol

New advice from Alcohol Action Ireland and Mental Health Ireland

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Coronavirus News   |   3rd Apr 2020

Alcohol advertising exposure linked to increased drinking

Dangers of alcohol marketing highlighted at Global Alcohol Policy Conference

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Policy News   |   10th Mar 2020

Excessive alcohol consumption harms your heart

Learn about the effects of overconsumption of alcohol on your heart

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Heart News   |   18th Nov 2019

We are living longer but lifestyles threaten health gains

Health in Ireland: Key Trends 2018 report

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Heart News   |   9th Jan 2019

No room for complacency on new alcohol laws

The Irish Heart Foundation welcomes the implementation of the Public Health Alcohol Bill

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Policy News   |   6th Nov 2018

High blood pressure most commonly reported condition

Healthy Ireland Survey 2018

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Heart News   |   24th Oct 2018

Heart of the Matter – Heart Palpitations

Heart Palpitations - all you need to know

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Heart News   |   22nd Oct 2018

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