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On the 29th September Castletroy Park Hotel hosted a talk by musician & television star Bressie. Bressie is a positive mental health advocate & he shared his own experiences of dealing with anxiety & depression. Our See Change Ambassador Jen Ronan also shared her personal story on the evening. Jen stole the hearts of the crowd with...
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The World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day (WMHD) on 10 October every year as an opportunity to raise “awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health.” The theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is psychological...
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Our partners at Teasagc have released findings from a study investigating the effects of farm stress, financial worries and social support on farmers’ expected injuries. The study has been published in Frontiers in Public Health, Occupational Health and Safety, an online open access journal. Farming is one of the most dangerous occupations both in Ireland and...
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This Friday 16th September, See Change will be taking conversation of mental health to the streets as part of  “Dublin Park(ing) Day” .   As part of this global Park(ing) Day experiment in reclaiming public space to create more people-friendly streets  and along with 30 locations around Dublin, See Change will transform a parking space on Camden Street,...
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See Change are delighted to be attending the National Ploughing Championships in Tullamore, Co. Offaly from September 20th – 22nd. See Change in partnership with the Irish Farmers Association, Macra na Feirme, the Irish Cattle and Sheep Association, the Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association, the Irish Countrywomens’ Association and Teagasc, will distribute thousands of free...
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Happy Father’s Day! Today marks the end of Men’s Health Week 2016. Thanks a million to everyone who helped to celebrate the week by organising events, publicising men’s health issues, putting up posters, encouraging men to get involved in looking after themselves better … When asked ‘what is the most important role that you have...
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A well-balanced diet not only improves your general health, sense of wellbeing and helps maintain a healthy weight, but can also lower your cholesterol, keep your blood pressure down, and reduce your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. This really is a WIN-WIN situation for men! There is plenty of support, top...
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Men’s Health Week 2016 is asking Irish men to consider a key question: ‘Are we winning?’ … When it comes to alcohol, less is proven to be better for your physical and mental health, as well as your performance in all areas of life. Check out: http://alcoholireland.ie/home_news/mens-health-week-2016
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  Activate your way to better health by choosing to be more active more often … This statement instinctively feels right. After all, what could be better for men than fresh air, exercise, teamwork, nature and camaraderie? The case for choosing to lead a more active lifestyle is compelling – taking part in sport and...
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Smoking is the biggest single cause of untimely death amongst men on the island of Ireland. Indeed, worldwide it has killed more people than both World Wars put together! However, the good news is that these deaths are preventable and, while some men continue to smoke, it is less common than it was in the...
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