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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

According to the latest estimates from the World Health Organisation, more than 300 million people worldwide and approximately 450,000 people (1 in 10) in Ireland are now living with depression. An estimated 45,000 (1 in 100) people have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Mental health organisation Aware provides support and information around depression, bipolar disorder and other mood related conditions. The organisation is also committed to educate and empower people to look after their health through adult, school and workplace based education programmes.

Aware Support & Self Care Groups, located in Dungarvan and Waterford City, offer a unique opportunity for people, over the age of 18 years, to talk openly about depression, bipolar disorder and other related conditions and their impact. Peers share their experience and understanding and offer an exchange of thoughts and techniques around self-care and resilience in a

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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

Coaches setting up training for one of the schoolboy teams at De La Salle F.C. in Williamstown on Tuesday week last made the spirit deflating discovery of their main storage container broken open with all equipment either stolen or damaged beyond use.

The industrial type double wheelie bin had been cut open with a type of power tool and contents including footballs, training cones, water bottles and first aid kits stolen. The multi-coloured kids sized bibs, many of which were torn and beyond use, strewn around the emptied bin made for a pitiful sight. In all it is estimated that the equipment lost in the attack was worth in the region of €1,000. Part of this estimated loss is included a recent donation of €400 from a local business which had allowed the club purchase FAI regulation footballs and first aid

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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

Five of Waterford finest food producers are set to access consumers across the country through the new 'Loving Local' programme organised by the Waterford Local Enterprise Office in conjunction with Associated Craft Butchers of Ireland (ACBI).

Following a dedicated training programme designed by the LEO in Waterford and ACBI, the Waterford based food producers can now access the nationwide network of Craft Butcher shops to have their wares feature for sale.

The food producers include Javier and Michelle Garduno from El Sombrero, Marie Power from The Sea Gardener, Trevor

Murphy from Early Bird Eggs, Richard and Sheila Galvin from Clashganny Organic, Christina Kiely from Tastefully Yours and Little Thai Kitchen.

The Sea Gardener is a seaweed forager and educator

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

New Yoga Studio open in Lismore Park

Have you been thinking of trying yoga and looking to explore it’s many benefits? A new yoga studio has opened in the Lismore Park area of town in the former ‘A Cut Above’ Hair Salon.

With lots of classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced practitioners, and with meditation classes coming soon, for further information visit http://www.anajaliyogawaterford.com,

Tel: 087 3589141 by text or visit them on facebook.

Singers/musicians wanted

Singers and musicians wanted for local Gospel Choir. Tel 086 0897535.

Overeaters Anonymous

Do you have a problem with food? Have you been worried about the way you eat? Have you tried numerous Diets and plans to deal with your problem with food. Overeaters Anonymous offers you the solution. OA is not a diet club there are no weigh in no dues or fees for members. OA is a twelve

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

Benefits for carers

Question

I will need to take time out from work to provide full-time care for my father. What is available for people in my situation?

Answer

There are several entitlements available to you. In order for you to qualify, the person you are caring for (your father) must be in need of full-time care and attention.

If you are working at present and will be taking time off to care, you may be eligible for carer's leave of up to 2 years. You must have worked for your employer for a continuous period of 12 months to qualify for this leave.

While you are on carer’s leave, you are entitled to get credited social insurance contributions to maintain your PRSI record.

You are entitled to annual leave and public holidays in respect of the first 13 weeks of carer’s leave. Your employer cannot dismiss

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, PhD

Q. If we all spoke the same language one day, it just might be a variety of a similect. Explain, please.

A. First, a few facts: Mandarin Chinese is spoken by the greatest number of people, over a billion; next is Spanish, and together the two languages are spoken in some 30 countries, says Hal Hodson in "New Scientist" magazine. Ranking third is English, found in at least 100 countries; it is the first language for some 335 million people, and the second language for another 555 million. Also, it dominates international relations, business and science.

Now to the question. As Anna Mauranen of the University of Helsinki explains, millions of second-language English speakers have created "similects" that incorporate elements of their native language with English: Chinese-English, Brazilian-English, Nigerian-English.

Languages like German and Estonian will remain the

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

Waterford Today weekly horoscopes

Wednesday 25th September - Tuesday 31st October

Aries 21st March-21st April

You like to stay busy Aries, but be aware that a shed-load of commitments and massive to-do list can be a great excuse to avoid unprocessed emotions and generally not dealing with ‘our stuff’. But unless we face these uncomfortable facets of life, we carry them around with us, weighing us down and bubbling to the surface when we least expect it. Whatever it is/was - loss, disappointment, betrayal - face your feelings around it.

Taurus 22nd April-21st May

You could be about to break all your own rules Taurus, especially where love and romance are concerned. It could be that after being fiercely independant you decide you want to hitch your wagon to someone else’s after all. Or maybe you break way from your usual dating ‘type’ and take

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

Waterford kids are set to enjoy a unique children’s Spooks Parade and family fun day to kick off the Halloween season at Waterford Retail Park, on Saturday, October 28. Led by Count Dracula, local children will go from store to store on a spooky adventure, trick or treating staff and customers alike.

As well as Count Dracula and his spooky entourage, children will be entertained by magicians, jugglers and face painters with a Halloween DJ providing suitable ghoulish tunes.

Waterford Retail Park is located on the Outer Ring Road, just a few minutes’ drive from Waterford City Centre.

Children and adults attending the Spooks Parade are encouraged to get into the Halloween spirit and don their best costume.

The event starts at 4pm, and families are encouraged

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

On Saturday, October 21st Whitfield hosted the latest in a series of General Practitioner Study Days. The day featured a wide and varied programme of talks by Whitfield

consultants in their respective practices and specialties and was very well attended by GP’s from the south east region.

Over the course of the day Mr. Patrick Carton, Mr. Eugene Ng and Mr. David McMurray spoke on a range of orthopaedic, ophthalmology and gynaecology topics, while Mr. Ian Kelly, Dr. Colin Buckley, Dr. Pat O’Callaghan and Mr. Mark Mulhearn facilitated roundtable discussions pertaining to their respective fields of expertise. This is the fourth year that Whitfield has hosted its bi-annual G.P. Study Day.

"We were delighted with the response and feedback from the GP’s who attended the event from across the South East" said Whitfield CEO, Paul Lynam.

"We really see the value in hosting this

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Tuesday, 24th 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

Which personality are you?

We all have different layers within us that make up our whole being of mind, body and spirit. When I test people in my health clinics, certain homeopathic remedies come up, and invariably as well as relating to any physical ailments, the remedies also correlate with the person’s emotional and mental characteristics. There are eight homeopathic remedies that I most commonly prescribe: Aconite, Arsenicum, Aurum, Lycopodium, Nat Mur, Nux Vomica, Pulsatilla and Sepia. As well as being helpful for certain physical conditions, each of these remedies relates to the

positive and negative emotional make-up and energy of the individual. When prescribing homeopathic remedies, I always take into account the person’s underlying homeopathic personality or personalities.

Take Aconite,

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