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Hay Fever | Causes Symptoms and Treatments

Hay fever (allergic rhinitis) is caused by an allergen such as pollen or spores entering the body and causing an allergic reaction. People can suffer hay fever one year and not the next and the severity of symptoms can vary. In summer and spring pollen is released from trees, plants and grasses causing seasonal rhinitis.

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How to Help Boost Your Immune System

Now more than ever it is important to look after your health as we are feeling the effects of living through a global pandemic. Our immune system detects pathogens such as viruses and bacteria and reacts in a number of ways to remove the threat from our bodies. It also creates ‘memory T-cells' which remember the threat helping the body to respond quicker the next time you encounter it. Supporting our immune systems can be beneficial in improving our ability to fight diseases including colds and flus

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Cold vs Flu: Which Have You Got?

We’ve all had a common cold: from that first little sniffle to the third box of tissues you’ve opened., they’re usually more of a hindrance than a medical danger. But what if you’re feeling really awful – could it be the flu? 

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How To Treat A Cold

So, you’ve caught a cold. Your head is stuffy, your nose is running fast enough to win an Olympic gold medal and you feel rotten all over. What can you do about it?

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Men's Health: Viagra Connect & Erectile Dysfunction

For some men with ED it’s difficult to get or keep an erection every time they try to have sex. For others, ED can happen every once in a while

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How To Quit Smoking (For Good!)

As many people are starting to make new year’s resolutions, stopping smoking is one that comes up regularly! Smoking is the leading cause of avoidable death in Ireland with 6000 deaths a year from the effects of smoking. Every cigarette takes 5 and a half minutes off your life so the sooner you quit the better!

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Osteoporosis Treatment: Your Guide

Bone is a living tissue constantly being broken down and replaced. Bone cells called osteoclasts work to break down the old, worn out bone, which is then replaced with strong, new bone by osteoblasts.

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The Flu Vaccine: All You Need To Know

The flu vaccination is a seasonal vaccination best given in September/October as the vaccine can take two weeks to give full protection. The vaccine helps your body to produce antibodies that will help you fight the flu virus. If you do contract the flu, symptoms are likely to be much weaker and shorter lasting than if you didn't get vaccinated.

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