Richard Barrett, left, had a stroke while driving a council truck, but his colleague, Paul Treacy, responded quickly to the situation.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

(...) a unique opportunity to share incredible stories of unsung stroke heroes living in every corner of(...)

Volunteer Yvonne Byrne delivering food to Selina Hall at her home in Ballyfermot in west Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan.

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Chicken and walnut salad with gypsy salad. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

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For the child to develop properly, the relationship with the primary carer is important. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) relationships with care-givers. He described infant mental health clinically as “the healthy social and(...)

It’s worth remembering some vitamins and minerals pose risks in large quantities

There is a dizzying array of supplements on our shelves, promising to contribute to healthy(...)

Extra virgin is the highest quality olive oil, and consequently the most expensive. It comes from the first press of healthy olives, and has a maximum acidity of 0.8 per cent. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) that is seen as key to healthy living and the Mediterranean diet, has long been a favourite object of(...)

A Fine Gael senator wants to limit the access children have to unhealthy food during school hours.

(...) 2013 recognise the important role of planning in “promoting and facilitating active and healthy living(...)

The survey shows the number of Irish people with a smartphone has almost doubled in the last three years.

(...) among 16- to 24-year-olds, according to a new state of the tech nation survey. The Connected Living(...)

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We all live under the long shadow of T.K. Whitaker. Photograph: The Irish Times

(...), multicultural, pluralist State. We are still stuck with the anxiety of having to make a living at all costs by(...)