Ibuprofen, like aspirin, is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain and fever. It was developed by Boots in the 1960s.

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(...) living with an addict in the family. Again I refused. Although I was deeply scarred by the abandonment of(...)

(...) — and very welcome — shock was the arrival of Pat Collins’s Living in a Coded Land at number(...)

“I hope that soon I’m going to get back to the world of ‘normal’ dating.” Aoife Kavanagh, from Greystones, in Temple Bar, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) the piano in my free time. I didn’t hide the fact that I was living at home with my parents. Our(...)

Syd Cheatle: concerned about a Government decision to cut funding for community development officers.

(...). Obviously we are trying to lobby to prevent it being cut because it could spell the end of a healthy and(...)

Brad Pitt Light Orchestra: Gúna Nua’s historical musical The Unlucky Cabin Boy, a collaboration with Mike Finn and the Brad Pitt Light Orchestra, epitomised the interdisciplinary strengths of the programme

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Big in Japan: school meals are cooked on site from fresh ingredients. Photograph: Toshiyuki Aizawa/Bloomberg news

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(...) those contemplating a January detox, but more than that, it’s a way of living healthily without taking(...)

Aimee Nolen at her home in Walsh Island, Co Offaly. Photograph: James Flynn/APX

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(...) their income on rent. Anyone on the minimum wage, or even the living wage (€11.50 an hour), cannot(...)