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Would rotten teeth images stop you buying sugary drinks?

Graphic warnings may reduce sugary drink consumption

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Obesity News   |   29th May 2018

Almost a quarter of the world will be obese by 2045

By 2045 almost a quarter of people in the world will be obese and one in eight will have type 2 diabetes

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Obesity News   |   24th May 2018

The truth about Eggs

What is it eggs-actly about eggs and my heart?

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Nutrition News   |   24th May 2018

New law bans advertisers targeting kids online

New Data Protection Bill protects children from online marketing

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Policy News   |   23rd May 2018

New farmers’ health study launched

80 per cent of farmers are in the high-risk group for heart disease

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Heart News   |   21st May 2018

Heart attacks more likely to strike in winter

Be extra vigilant about heart attack symptoms during cold weather

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Heart News   |   21st May 2018

Make the most of your lunch break

Make the most of your free time at work by maximising your lunch break.

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Nutrition News   |   21st May 2018

Dáil to ban junk food companies targeting kids

The Irish Heart Foundation welcome amendment to stop junk food advertisers targeting kids online

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Policy News   |   13th May 2018

TDs urged to ban junk food companies targeting kids

TDs asked to accept two amendments to the Data Protection Bill

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Obesity News   |   15th May 2018

Hypertension and obesity feature in Irish workforce

Workplace Wellbeing Day 2018 takes place this Friday, 13 April

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Obesity News   |   12th Apr 2018

Introduction of sugar tax postponed

The sugar tax which was planned to be introduced on 06 April, will now not be introduced until 01 May.

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Policy News   |   3rd Apr 2018

Children to consume 460 tonnes of sugar this Easter

Irish children will consume at least five million Easter eggs or 460 tonnes of sugar this weekend

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Policy News   |   26th Mar 2018

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