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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

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The Athanaeum House Hotel, Christendom,

Ferrybank Tel: 085 - 7355683

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Aries: March 21 – April 20

It could be time now, to re-focus your energies on what is the real priority in your life at the moment – and that is work, either developing it, or possibly obtaining it by looking perhaps, in a different

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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Go On The Reds

The advice is normally to eat your greens but a recent article urges us not to forget our reds - and pinks and purples for that matter. The pigment that gives the likes of beetroot, red cabbage, eggplant and berries their deep colour are antioxidant, anti inflammatory and antibacterial. As a result they can help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke and there's also a buzz around their potential to reverse some of the effects of ageing on the brain caused by free radicals. In a test to measure a food's antioxidant ability to fight free radicals blueberries ranked the highest with prunes, blackberries and all those other reds not far behind. And yes that glass of red wine is rich in colour also but it's effect on the brain is another test.

the island run

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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Natural Healing 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

Life Lessons

One of the greatest privileges of working as a complementary health practitioner is that you get to meet people from all walks of life. Each person brings different approaches, attitudes, philosophies and ways of thinking about life: the range and diversity of opinions never ceases to amaze me! These opinions have been a wonderful source of knowledge for me, and over the years, my clients have taught me many great lessons. So this week I would like to share some of the wisdom that people have revealed to me:

Life is not about getting back at someone who has hurt you.blaming other people for the things you say and do.

Every choice you make is all down

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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Adult generations of today are less healthy than their counterparts of previous generations

Despite their greater life expectancy, the adults of today are less "metabolically" healthy than their counterparts of previous generations. That's the conclusion of a large cohort study from the Netherlands which compared generational shifts in a range of well established metabolic risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Assessing the trends, the investigators concluded that "the more recently born generations are doing worse", and warn "that the prevalence of metabolic risk factors and the lifelong exposure to them have increased and probably will continue to increase".

The study, reported in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, analysed data on more than 6,000 individuals in the Doetinchem Cohort Study, which began in 1987–1991 with follow-up examinations after six, 11, and 16 years. The principal risk factors measured were body weight, blood pressure,

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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Waterford Lunar Walk 16/05/2013 @ Ramada Viking Hotel. Distance: 10km

Diabetes Ireland are delighted to be hosting the first Lunar Walk to take place in Waterford this year. Although not on the actual night of the May full moon due to logistical reasons we are hoping this first event is a great success."

Registration for this event is €25 . Register now! contact Gary on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak02be7a0ef44b75a06222d516d7e91df4').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy02be7a0ef44b75a06222d516d7e91df4 = 'gary.brady' + '@'; addy02be7a0ef44b75a06222d516d7e91df4 = addy02be7a0ef44b75a06222d516d7e91df4 + 'diabetes' + '.' + 'ie'; var addy_text02be7a0ef44b75a06222d516d7e91df4 = 'gary.brady' + '@' + 'diabetes' + '.' + 'ie';document.getElementById('cloak02be7a0ef44b75a06222d516d7e91df4').innerHTML += '

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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Biblical perspectives for living

HOPELESSLY OPTIMISTIC

Prior to my conversion to Christ in my late teens, I watched the Monty Python film "The Life of Brian," a parody of the life of Christ. I found the closing scene, in particular, a source of great mirth. The hapless Brian ends up falling foul of the authorities and is crucified. As he dies, the closing song, with its chirpy upbeat tune (if it qualifies as such) rings out, "Always look on the bright side of life." The lyrics say that life is absurd, that we come from nothing and in death, become nothing.

The conclusion of the filmmakers might well be valid were it not for one remarkable fact. As I laughed at the absurdity and mockery expressed in the scene a surprising thought gripped me which both disarmed my prejudice and wiped the smile

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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Accessing your credit history

Question: My bank has refused me a loan, giving my poor credit rating as the reason. Where did it get information about my credit history and how can I check this information?

Answer: The Irish Credit Bureau (ICB) compiles a private database of information supplied by its members, which include the main financial institutions.

The database is available for lenders to consult to see if potential borrowers have ever defaulted on loans. The aim of the system is to help lenders to assess the ability of borrowers to repay any future debts.

You can get a copy of your credit record by applying online to the Irish Credit Bureau and paying €6. You can also download an application form from icb.ie or phone the ICB at (01) 260 0388 to request one.

For security reasons, your credit report will be posted

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Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Accessing your credit history

Question: My bank has refused me a loan, giving my poor credit rating as the reason. Where did it get information about my credit history and how can I check this information?

Answer: The Irish Credit Bureau (ICB) compiles a private database of information supplied by its members, which include the main financial institutions.

The database is available for lenders to consult to see if potential borrowers have ever defaulted on loans. The aim of the system is to help lenders to assess the ability of borrowers to repay any future debts.

You can get a copy of your credit record by applying online to the Irish Credit Bureau and paying €6. You can also download an application form from icb.ie or phone the ICB at (01) 260 0388 to request one.

For security reasons, your credit report will be posted

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Tuesday, 7th May 2013

Trip To North Wales

Trip to Noddfa, North Wales for six nights, full board with a coach trip each day. Cost €470 from Monday 8th July to Sunday 14th July, 2013. Contact Eilis Thompson on 051-832433 or 087-9611001.

Suir Active Retirement

80 Members of Suir ARA had a wonderful meal at The Blueberry Cafe, Cleaboy on Thursday 25th April. Their trip to Mount Congreve was adjourned to a later date due to dispute at the estate.

They had an excellent meal at a very pleasant venue which was enjoyed by all and they would like to thank management and staff for their excellent food and service. Its an experience that they hope to repeat at a later date. They had lots of raffles and members were delighted with their prizes. Another great day out for the very active and vibrant group from The Suir

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Tuesday, 7th May 2013

Renewing a passport

Question: Can I renew my Irish passport online? I live outside Dublin and can't easily get to the Passport Office. How long does the process take?

Answer: When renewing your passport, you use the same application form (APS 1) as when you apply for a first passport. It is not currently possible to apply for a passport online or to download the application form. You can get the form at any Garda Station or at any Post Office that displays the "Service Plus" logo.

You should read the detailed notes provided with the application form to make sure you complete your application correctly.

You are encouraged to use An Post's Passport Express service. In general, this guarantees that you will get your passport within 10 working days, but it may take longer at busy times of the year. Check the Passport

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    Perfidious AlbionThe recent statement by the UK’s Brexit Minister responsible for their leaving the European Union David Davis really threw a spanner in the political works last week. His remark that the joint text agreed between the UK and the EU concerning a soft Brexit for Ireland was more a statement of intent rather than the legal enforceable international agreement between both parties caused consternation in Europe and Ireland.Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney was quick to …

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