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Wednesday, 4th October 2017

Strange but - True!

By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, PhD

Q. A "hot zone" in the dreaming brain shines a cool light on its hidden meaning. Explain, please.

A. Neuroscientist Benjamin Baird and consciousness expert Giulio Tononi and their team used scalp electrodes to record sleepers' brain waves via high-density electroencephalography, says Tanya Lewis in "Scientific American" magazine. They woke people at frequent intervals to ask if they’d been dreaming and what about, garnering about 1000 waking accounts. "The team identified a ‘hot zone’… near the back of the head, where low-frequency brain waves (linked to unconsciousness) decreased and high-frequency activity rose when people said they had been dreaming" ("Nature Neuroscience"). In another experiment, "the scientists predicted with 87% accuracy whether the participants were dreaming, and brain-wave activity in certain brain regions was linked to specific dream content, including locations, faces and

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Wednesday, 4th October 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

Don’t be fooled!

Last week I wrote about a series of talks I gave to local politicians from across Ireland. The subject matter of both my talks and that article covered the importance of looking after your mental health and staying positive in the face of almost constant criticism. With no intended irony, I wrote "The general public in Ireland are quick to give out about politicians, and in many cases, that reaction is completely justified. Though it may be hard to believe, however, most politicians actually do have a heart (!), and many of them do a good job in the circumstances, particularly at local level."

This week, it was my intention to share a few more general insights

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Wednesday, 4th October 2017

This is the seventh article in our "Focus on Dementia" series and this week we look at how to use assistive technology to help support and enable people with dementia to live more independently. Here's what you need to know

What is dementia?

Dementia is caused by a number of diseases that damage the nerve cells in the brain. Common symptoms may include difficulties with thinking and language, problem-solving and carrying out everyday tasks, as well as issues with memory loss and changes in mood and behaviour.

What is assistive technology?

Assistive technology can help support and enable people with dementia to live more independently. There are many different technologies and devices, such as calendar clocks and easy-to-use phones, that can help people to continue to carry out everyday tasks and to stay safe.

Prompts and reminders

There is a range of devices and systems that

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Wednesday, 4th October 2017

Since they have opened their Lennox Hearing Clinic at the Waterford Medical Centre, Lennox Hearing have been delighted at the public response.

This experienced and very family orientated Hearing Clinic have been practising audiology for the past 30 years and have been running as a family practice under the guidance of Francis and Mary Lennox. They have audiology practices in Cork City, Tralee and Mallow, and now have expanded their practice to Waterford.

This family owned enterprise have won many business awards and are delighted to be operating from the Waterford Medical Centre whose practice is run by Dr. Sean McBrinn and Dr. Sharon O’Donnell, husband and wife whose ethos fits in perfectly with the Lennox Hearing Aid Clinic with emphasis on family and health care.

The Lennox Hearing Aid practice pride themselves on the personal individual care and attention they give their

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Wednesday, 4th October 2017

More than a Spa...

It's an holistic experience...

Exhale, Waterford's newest beauty experience, has been open for 4 months at the Cleaboy Business Park in Waterford. The meeting of minds of beauty therapist Celene Cullen and business partner Fiona Dowd, this is a beauty business with a difference.

Exhale's aim is to allow clients, both women & men, to totally switch off from their everyday lives. The salon itself is an oasis of calm, flooded with natural light, it's neutral tones and warm scented air are relaxing and welcoming, and the sound of water features trickling just adds to the ambience.

Fiona and Celene decided to open Exhale when they both then saw an opportunity for the two ladies to work together to create something special. A cancer survivor, Fiona knows all too

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Wednesday, 4th October 2017

In what many describe as The Irish Food Oscars, Walsh's Bakehouse successfully attained the Silver Award in their category for the Waterford Blaa.

This weekend at the Dingle Food Festival, the Blás na hEireann awards are handed out to the best food and drink, produced in Ireland. This is the 10th Anniversary of the awards and Waterford was very well represented in a number of categories.

Commenting on the Silver Award for Walsh's Bakehouse Blaas, Michael Walsh said "We are really over the moon with this award for the second time, in a really competitive category. It's such a well recognised accolade, with consumers and buyers alike. What's unique here, is that all categories are being judged on blind tasting, with flavour and quality being the big winners."

This

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Wednesday, 27th September 2017

Annual Dominican Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine

Annual Dominican Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine - Sunday 8th October 2017. Bus will depart O'Connell street (Beside the Church) at 7am. Tickets on sale in St. Saviours Dominican Church, Bridge St. at €25.00

Ferrybank Library

Parents! Would you like to improve your cúpla focal and help your children tackle their Irish homework with confidence? Join our Irish tutor Micheál in Ferrybank Library for a weekly morning class. Classes will begin on Thursday 28th September at 11:45am This is a FREE class. Register your interest today, phone 051 897200

FREE Declutter Talk - If you would like to break free from the overwhelm of clutter so that you can enjoy a simpler, happier life then this FREE Declutter talk is for you. The talk will cover a variety of practical wardrobe and home decluttering information, tips and guidelines on

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Wednesday, 27th September 2017

Small Claims Procedure

Question

I am not happy with work that a builder did on my house and will have to pay for someone else to finish the job properly. What can I do to recoup the additional expense?

Answer

If your original builder is unwilling to compensate you, you may be able to pursue a claim against the builder through the Small Claims Procedure. The aim of this procedure is to provide an inexpensive, fast and easy way for consumers to resolve disputes without needing to employ a solicitor. The maximum amount you can claim is €2,000. The small claims service is provided through local District Court offices.

Anyone who has purchased goods or services for private use from someone selling them in the course of business may submit a claim using the Small Claims Procedure. You can make claims for faulty goods or

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Wednesday, 27th September 2017

Sinn Féin spokesperson Brexit and Workers’ Rights David Cullinane TD said that the issue of low-hour contracts, not zero-hour contracts, is the one facing workers today and that the government’s proposals are weak and ineffective.

The Waterford TD said:

"The government’s proposal to tackle zero-hour working practices is a white elephant.

"Zero-hours working practices have been severely restricted in the south since 1997. The issue is low-hour and if-and-when contracts.

"They have led to serious issues in terms of employment security and stability for ordinary workers and they should be curtailed through legislation

"This was the main finding of the University of Limerick report into the issue of work contracts in 2015.

"The government's proposals will not do that as they are designed to ‘outlaw’ a practice that is at the margins of contract arrangements, while ignoring the key issue which is precarious work.

"I have produced

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Wednesday, 27th September 2017

‘Where do You think you’re From?’ is the title of the Waterford U3A (University of the Third Age) event on Monday October 2 at the Edmund Rice Centre (Mount Sion) at 2 pm. Máire Seo Breathnach, chair of the Waterford Placenames Committee and Irish Officer with Waterford Council will be the speaker. Máire will focus on the how and why of naming places especially new developments in the Waterford area. She will also lead a discussion on how much place means to us and helps to give us a sense of identity. Please bring with you what you know about the name of the place where you live now and also of your home place – where you were born or grew up or lived. All welcome. Admission for non-members €5. Put active into retirement.

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