Niall Breslin

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Bressie: “I navigate anxiety in a very healthy and very manageable way every day, and I think there is a perception that it’s not part of my life any more.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bressie is looking at where the neon sign for his recording studio used to be. “It was my favourite thing about it,” he says. It was recently destroye(...)

On the Probe trail in TCD during the 2016 staging of the event.

More than 40 free events including debates and live experiments feature in Dublin’s “pop up festival of research” taking place at Trinity College Dubl(...)

A new report reveals that 67 per cent of 18- to 24-year-olds  said they made breakfast at home five times a week. “Cooking” breakfast from scratch could be anything from making a smoothie to frying a full Irish. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish people are cooking just five meals per week at home – whether breakfast, lunch or dinner – according to Home Truths, an annual report on consume(...)

Niall Breslin is one of Ireland’s best known advocates for mental health awareness. He found the benefit of exercise when he started training for and competing in triathlons

“The most unhealthy people I know are very fit people who use extreme exercise to mask serious root cause issues,” says mental health campaigner Niall(...)

Golden Wedding: In June of last year my wife and I were looking forward to a family celebration of our 50th wedding anniversary. Life was good and little did we realise that a storm was brewing that was to rock our lives

In June of last year my wife and I were looking forward to a family celebration of our 50th wedding anniversary. Life was good and little did we reali(...)

Zeminar, an event focusing on the mental and physical wellbeing of 15-20 year olds, takes place at the RDS in Ballsbridge from Tuesday, October 11th until Friday, October 14th.

Mental and physical wellbeing among the 15- to 20-year-old cohort of Generation Z is under the spotlight at a national youth seminar at the RDS in Dub(...)

If you stick around long enough, you can witness some wonderful changes in how we humans operate and deal with life. A couple of years ago, for examp(...)

Commuters look at their mobile phones as they wait in line for a bus after finishing work in Hong Kong. Photograph:  AFP Photo

Odd how smartphones can make tough guys look less intimidating. I used to be impressed by those grim-looking cops you see in cities such as Rome who s(...)

Raspberry and peanut butter oat bread.

I don’t have time. I don’t have time to run, to prepare a dinner this evening, to take a deep breath and count to 10 and remember that the 73 emails (...)

Niall Breslin says that while exercise can help some people cope, it is not an solution for everbody.

Picture Niall Breslin in college. Handsome, popular, girls falling at his feet, as at ease on the rugby or GAA pitch as playing the guitar in the midd(...)

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