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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Cnoc Bui ARA

Members please note there is no June Monthly meeting as on that day June 7th our mystery tour Departs from The Woodlands Hotel. At 8.45 sharp. Great Start to the summer holidays, all enjoy. Next Monthly meeting is September 6th.

Waterford Legion of Mary

A visit to the grave of Frank Duff in Glasnevin cemetery (founder of the legion on Mary) and a visit to the Legion of Mary headquarters will take place on Sunday June 4th leaving at 9am returning at 7pm (approx times). Cost €20 does not include meal. More details: Contact 087 7148100/ 086 3100581.

Waterford Archaeological and Historical Society

The lecture season for 2017 will continue on Friday 26th May with a lecture by Mr. Julian Walton.

Topic: "Squinting George": the Curraghmore of George, first Marquess of Waterford (1736 - 1800).

The first Marquess has received less attention from historians

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Treatment Benefit Scheme and the self-employed


I run a small business and pay Class S PRSI. My wife works part-time. Are we both entitled to medical benefits under the Treatment Benefit Scheme?


Since 27 March 2017, the Treatment Benefit Scheme has been extended to cover self-employed people who have paid sufficient Class S PRSI contributions. The scheme is run by the Department of Social Protection (DSP) and provides dental, optical and aural services to qualified people. You should contact the DSP or your treatment provider to check your eligibility before proceeding with any treatment. The number of PRSI contributions required depends on your age.

Your wife may qualify in her own right if she has enough contributions. If she doesn’t have enough, she may still qualify for Treatment Benefit on your social insurance record. To do this, you must qualify for Treatment Benefit

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, PhD

Q. This musical maestro of the insect world uses its various body parts to create unique sounds. Can you name this tunemaker?

A. It’s the tiny masked birch caterpillar (Drepana arcuata) that shakes its body, drums and scrapes its mouthparts, and drags specialized anal “oars” against the leaf surface to create bizarre signals, says biologist Jayne Yack, as reported in “New Scientist” magazine. It may be that these signals serve to invite other caterpillars to food-rich areas for group shelter-building (Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology). After more than 30 years of studying insect sounds, Yack declares, “I’ve never seen one insect species produce such a diversity of signal types.”

Q. Outer space is near absolute zero temperature (-460F, -273C), really cold. So why not use this vast coldness to air condition our homes?

A. When you stand outside

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Written in the Stars

Waterford Today weekly horoscopes

Wednesday 24th May - Tuesday 30th May

Aries 21st March-21st April

The end of the month will show improvements with your finances as the planets are lining up in your house of Money. This is also a good week to promote yourself and send out your CV if you are job hunting. Make sure though that you take enough time out to relax as overdoing things can take its toll. A nice massage or a catch up with friends will be the perfect tonic.

Taurus 22nd April-21st May

This has been your birthday month Taurus and you’re probably still feeling great. Put this confidence to good use and ask for that raise. Be careful if you are experiencing conflict from others though. Sometimes it’s best to not react, and keep a wide berth from conflicts and arguments. A

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Almost half of Irish women spend an average of 4.3 days a year* blow drying their hair. That’s according to new research** by Peter Mark, Ireland’s leading hairdressing group.

The survey of 269 Irish women examines hair styling habits and was carried out to celebrate DAFNI, an innovative hair straightening brush which is set to be the must-have styling product of 2017.

According to the Peter Mark survey, 44% of women wash and blow-dry their hair 3 – 4 times a week and half spend 20-30 mins blow-drying it. 11% say they wash and dry their hair 5 -7 times in any given week and 7% say it can take more than an hour to blow-dry their hair each time!

Almost 3 in 4 women polled (72%) admit to using a hair straightening tool to achieve a smooth and polished look. Of those

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Osteoporosis Clinic Ireland

Osteoporosis Clinic Ireland has been developed to assist people with or predisposed to bone health issues. Osteoporosis is a silent disease affecting 1 in 2 women and 1 in 4 men over the age of 50 in Ireland, although all age groups can be affected.

Osteoporosis is preventable and treatable at all stages therefore it is important to address your bone health especially if it is hereditary. There are usually no warning signs an individual has developed osteoporosis and it's often only diagnosed when a bone is fractured after even minor falls. Loss of bone-building materials can occur as the body ages and is particularly prevalent among post-menopausal women.

Susan Boland, Nutritional Therapist & Karen Byrne, Registered General Nurse are bringing the clinic around the country to facilitate our clients. We work with a local Physiotherapist in each area &

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

With Breda Gardner Homeopath, lcph, mcos, rgn

Health Therapies Clinic

13 Gladstone Street, Waterford.

Tel: 087 2025753.

Insight Natural Health Clinic

15 Upper Patrick St, Kilkenny

Tel: 056 7724429

Homeopathic personalities:

The Aurum personality - Going for Gold!

The third in my series of eight “Homeopathic Personalities” is Aurum. Do you take life too seriously? Are you always striving for perfection, always going for gold? Do you have an over-developed sense of duty, meaning you feel guilty if things are not going to plan or going your way? If so, read on – you may have an Aurum personality.

Who needs Aurum?

The Aurum child grows up sensing that love is only forthcoming from his parents when he does his best to please them. This in turn can lead to a seriousness and a lack of spontaneity in the child, which often progresses to feelings of depression and despair even before

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Waterford based yoga teacher, Aoife Lacey (http://www.kulaboola.com) is delighted to host two internationally acclaimed yoga teachers this coming summer here in Waterford. First up is the very popular teacher Jaye Martin E-RYT500 from Sarasota, Florida who will lead two fun-filled yoga workshops in The Fisherman’s Hall, in Dunmore East on Saturday the 17th of June. This will be Jaye’s 7th time to Waterford and 5th time teaching in Dunmore. An exuberant yoga teacher who is highly acclaimed and widely sought after for his expertise and enthusiasm Jaye is loved by yoga practitioners worldwide for his heart and intelligence alike, Jaye gifts students of all levels with his bright spirit and his skill in communicating both the subtle and technical aspects of the practice.

Saturday 17th June 10am – 1pm & 2:30pm – 5pm: two All levels Yoga workshops in

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Free Health advice brought to you by

Sam McCauley Chemists Broad Street and Williamstown.

Good oral hygiene is essential to healthy living, and brushing your teeth alone is not sufficient in order to maintain effective oral hygiene. There are several products on the market which should be considered to compliment your normal brushing.

Gum care is as important as teeth care. Gums protect teeth and the structures supporting them. Not taking care of them on a regular basis can lead to the inflammation of the gums and the gingival tissue. The Kin dental range of mouthwashes and gels are very effective and if used daily will compliment your regular fluoride toothpaste.

If you suffer from bad breath, CB12 is a mouthwash that neutralises the formation of the substances that cause bad breath. Simply rinse your mouth with CB12 in the morning and you will

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Wednesday, 24th May 2017

All too often we see our own skin problems as trivial and unimportant.

The thinking being, someone else has real medical issues so why should I complain €

Often skin problems can become more serious if left alone while still buying over the counter products which may give no result except a lot of expense with nothing to show for your cash.

Genesis Clinic in Ballybricken Waterford offer a wide range of treatments for many skin complaints from ACNE & ROSCEA, to Sun Damage, wrinkles, pigmentation, scarring, stretch marks to SKIN RE-SURFACING with the Fraxel laser system and collagen PIN.

Cellulite, targeted fat reduction and skin tightening with the Venus Concept.

Genesis Clinic was also the first to introduce the Candela Gentlelase Laser Hair Removal system to Waterford.

Genesis Clinic have introduced many gold standard lasers and

rejuvenating technologies to the South East such as DERMALUX and

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Letters to the Editor


    A Fair CopIn a similar manner in which the Irish people are supposed to think that there is a real difference between Fianna Fail and Fine Gael we are now supposed to think that there is a real and substantive difference between the two contenders for the Fine Gael leadership.If you are the sort of person who likes to get into heated debates over the number of angels that can dance on the head of a pin then you might be interested in trying to find out the real differences between the two men who a …

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