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Redditors Buy Young Cancer Patient Boxes of Pizza

Redditors Buy Young Cancer Patient Boxes of Pizza

After a cheeky sign on her hospital window, the hospital was flooded with boxes of pizza

Just in case you needed a pick-me-up in the middle of a Monday, here's a heartwarming story to remind yourself that there are actual human beings beyond a computer screen.

Gawker tips us off to this reddit post, where a redditor stumbled across a genius SOS written on the window of Los Angeles' Children's Hospital. The SOS (written in what looks like tape) said, "SEND PIZZA RM 4112." In room 4112, it turns out, was a 2-year-old girl named Hazel Hamemrsley, who is undergoing chemotherapy for stage 3 neuroblastoma.

Since then, redditors have sent at least 20 boxes of pizza to the hospital, enough for Hazel and plenty of other residents on the floor. "Hazel woke up from her nap to the smell of pizza and was so excited to chow down! Several other children and nurses came into the room, with music playing, and had themselves a wonderful Pizza Party," Hazel's mother wrote on the family blog. "As of yesterday evening, there was more than 20 boxes delivered and more was coming! We had such a great time!"

The sign, it turned out, was a joke created to amuse Hazel and her family, hoping it would brighten someone's day. After a couple of days, a photo popped up and went viral on reddit, and soon enough they had so much pizza, the hospital had to go to their own blog to say that "NO MORE PIZZA IS NEEDED."

Check out Facebook and the family's blog to see the heartwarming photos of the pizza party.


Steve's Pizza doesn't deliver, but it did for a cancer patient in Indianapolis

Julie and Rich Morgan spent just two years living in Battle Creek, but Steve’s Pizza left a lasting impression on them.

“It’s just the best pizza, and we’ve never had anything as good,” Julie Morgan said. “We’d try new pizza as a whole family and measure it against Steve’s.”

Now, more than two decades after they left the city, Steve’s Pizza has made another impression, this time because of an extraordinary act of kindness by one of its employees.

For Julie Morgan's 56th birthday in September, the couple was planning to return to Michigan to revisit Steve’s Pizza.

Instead, Rich Morgan, who has a form of salivary gland cancer, went to the hospital, where he ended up in the intensive care unit. He was told he had days, maybe weeks, left to live.

Steve’s Pizza was important to the Morgans for sentimental reasons.

“We were young and money was tight but every pay day," Julie Morgan said in a Facebook post. "Rich would pick up Steve's Pizza for dinner."

And so, this past Saturday evening, David Dalke, Julie Morgan’s father, decided to give Steve’s Pizza a call.

“I thought maybe just some contact from Steve’s Pizza, maybe a note, I thought I might be asking too much, but I contacted them,” Dalke said.

Dalke spoke to Dalton Shaffer, one of the managers.

He got a question about what kind of pizza Julie and Rich Morgan liked.

Steve's doesn't deliver, but Shaffer was about to make an exception.

“I reiterated to him, ‘Dalton, we are in Indianapolis, and that’s a three-and-a-half hour drive one way.’ and he said ‘That’s fine,’” Dalke said.

Shaffer, 18, is the nephew of Jeremy Shaffer, the owner of Steve’s Pizza. He’s been working there for about two years.

He said the decision to deliver the Morgans two 16-inch pizzas was an easy one.

“I just wanted to do that for them,” he said. “I just wanted to make them happy.”

So after closing the store at 10:15 p.m. that night, Shaffer hopped in his car with a pepperoni and a pepperoni and mushroom pizza and drove to Indianapolis.

At about 2:30 a.m., Dalke and the Morgans’ children greeted Shaffer.

“It was almost like he was just making a delivery across town,” Dalke said.

Dalke offered to put Shaffer up for the night, but Shaffer turned him down, saying he had to drive back because he worked later that day. Dalke offered to pay for the pizza and for gas, but Shaffer turned him down on that as well, eventually only “reluctantly” accepting some money that Dalke pushed into his hand before he left, Dalke said.

“I took a couple 5-hour Energys,” Shaffer said. “I had to, I was super tired, but I made it and that’s what counts. It was worth it. I’m glad I did that.”

He said he thought it would be "a kept quiet kind of thing.

“I wasn’t going to tell anyone about it," Shaffer said. "I didn’t even tell my uncle or anything when I left for Indiana.”

“I just hope people could keep that family in mind and pray for them,” he added.

Julie and Rich Morgan didn’t find out until the next morning when they woke up and were told about what Shaffer had done.

“The kids all came in and told us, and I cried and couldn’t believe it,” Julie Morgan said. “I was incredulous.”

Two days later, she put it in a Facebook post.

“This is hard, because we’re normally such private people,” she added. “But it was such a great story, it just needed to be shared.”


I'm Matthew a cancer survivor (age 20) , I made a social group for young adults with cancer (18 - 32) It's an unfortunate side effect of cancer but a lot of people lose their friends, help us get young cancer patients and survivors socialising again!

Cancer is such an isolating disease especially for young adults who are no longer classed as children and aren't old enough to join an older persons group.

The group is called EnergyOut and we organise online video calls every month and other activities online such as: Movie nights, game nights, board games, social nights.

Basically I would like to ask you all if you can help me spread the word online with young adults affected by cancer and IRL with anyone you know who fits into the age range.

For more info on what the group does go to the website for it: energyout .co.uk

Thank you for any help and apologies if this is in the wrong place!

Edit: If youɽ like to keep up to date with what we are doing at EnergyOut then you can sign up for our newsletter on our website!

Edit 2: WOW! 466 upvotes! Thank you to all of you for the help and amazing reception!


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Soda Bread

If you have kids, do teach them how to make Soda Bread, because it's great to be able to put a loaf on the table within 45 minutes.

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Sourdough Starter

It is important to have an organic apple, free of chemicals, for this, or the starter may not ferment.

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Buttery Shortbread

With its light, buttery flavour and sugar-crystal sweetness, this shortbread is impossible to resist. You can flavour it if you like.


Redditors Buy Young Cancer Patient Boxes of Pizza - Recipes

In recent years, Pakistanis have increasingly turned their consumer preferences around from natural foods to commercially produced processed foods.

This comes much at the expense of our health and our rich culinary tradition.

As a child, I remember serving guests in our house with tea, cookies and nimko (spicy lentils and grain flour). But over the last couple of decades, middle-class families have started serving a variety of processed foods to guests at home.

I was at a dinner party recently and the host served a milkshake made of mango concentrate, solid with high fructose corn syrup and preservatives in a can. When I let on that the juice of the fresh fruits sitting in a bowl on the table would have made for a better drink, my host, a bit taken aback, responded, “but it has a rich flavor.”

At another friend's house, I was served black tea with dried, powdered milk on the side. When I asked for regular milk, my host graciously complied but not without the remark, “but tea really tastes better with this whitener”.

Even more common is the serving of chilled cola drinks to guests.

Backed by advertising that creates a brand image of refreshment, energy and modernism, processed food companies have attracted many new customers for their products.

Coca Cola expects double digit percentage growth in Pakistan this year. Pepsi Cola ranks Pakistan among its top 10 markets in the world and the sale of Mountain Dew in Pakistan is second only to that in United States, in the entire world.

Multinational companies have also been hugely successful in getting real milk and sugar replaced with dry milk and artificial sweeteners in our everyday usage.

People should be aware that processed food may come in fancy packaging but not without health concerns attached.

For example, in the process of making dried milk, machines take important ingredients out of milk and add sugar, lecithin and other solvents, artificial flavours and additives. Eating these processed foods exposes our bodies to unnecessary and possibly harmful chemicals and substances.

While Pakistan is increasingly switching to processed foods, much of the Western world is trying to switch to a greater use of organic and homegrown natural food. More and more consumers are buying fresh produce from the many farmers' markets that have sprung up in urban areas.

To fight the epidemic of obesity, consumers are constantly reminded to reach out for fresh fruits and vegetables while avoiding sugary drinks and fried items. This is crucial for Pakistan, where the obesity rate is among the top 10 in the world we need to make healthy food choices to control this epidemic.

I grew up in mid-sized cities in Pakistan. My family always grew vegetables in our yard and we ate homegrown, pesticide-free produce with great enjoyment and pride. Even today, I personally pack my lunch box with a vegetable salad and a piece of fresh fruit every day. We are lucky in Pakistan that in most places we have access to an endless supply of fresh vegetables and fruits.

So, when it comes to food, I request my countrymen to avoid the pitfalls of the Western consumerist bandwagon. Increasing use of processed foods may have conditioned some to their taste, but otherwise, our traditional ethnic food recipes are unparalleled in terms of health and taste.

When I next visit Pakistan, I hope to be treated with shikanjabeen and lassi instead of soda chai with fresh milk instead of dried processed milk barbecued fresh meat instead of processed meat burgers a bowl of fresh fruits instead of jello and custard and if lucky, maybe I will get a bite of freshly made paneer (goat cheese) with a cracker.


How Cancer Affects Your Blood Count

Chemotherapy uses a variety of powerful chemicals to fight cancerous cells — and low blood cell counts may be a complication of this treatment, notes the Mayo Clinic. Radiation therapy, bone marrow and blood cancers (such as leukemia) and cancers that have metastasized can also cause low blood cell counts in the body. "Radiation, especially if it's directed at the bone, can lower blood counts by causing damage to the bone marrow, but they should return to normal levels following the treatment's completion," notes Dudley.

One of the most common side effects of chemo is anemia. It's prevalent in 30 to 90 percent of patients with cancer, according to treatment guidelines published November 2017 by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Other chemo side effects include nausea hair loss constipation or diarrhea fatigue fever and body aches.


How to Find a Holistic or Alternative Physician

NOTE: Most larger communities have a holistic/alternative publication of some kind, generally available at local health food stores, &ldquonew age&rdquo type stores or large holistic centers/clinics. Practitioners advertise and are listed or written about within these types of publications, so this is a good place to start your search for local options. You can also consult the "Links" page on this website, or an online regional/local resource directory such as the Natural Lifestyle Network (www.NaturalLifestyle.net).

The American College for Advancement in Medicine 23121 Verdugo Drive, Suite 204 Laguna Hills, CA 92653 Fax: (949) 455-9679
American Academy for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM): A not-for-profit medical society dedicated to educating physicians and other health care professionals on the latest findings and emerging procedures in preventive/nutritional medicine. ACAM represents more than 1,000 physicians in 30 countries and there is a searchable database available on their website at www.acam.org.

American Holistic Medical Association: They have a Directory of members throughout the country, but request a payment of $15 to obtain a copy. Website is www.holisticmedicine.org. Email: info@holisticmedicine.org For an AHMA Referral Directory, send a check or money order for $15 to: 12101 Menaul Blvd., NE, Suite C, Albuquerque, NM 87112 State that you are requesting a copy of the AHMA Referral Directory and include clearly printed shipping information. Phone: (505) 292-7788 There is also an online searchable referral database.

American Academy of Environmental Medicine: 701 E Kellogg, Suite 625 Wichita, KS 67207 Phone: (316) 684-5500 Fax: (316) 684-5709 Email: [email protected] Website: www.aaem.com A medical society that focuses on the prevention and treatment of disease and imbalances in the body resulting from environmental stressors and toxins. These can include both internal (psychological, genetic, malnutrition, biological mechanisms etc.) and external (organic inhalants such as dusts, molds, pollens chemicals infectious organisms radiation toxins and pesticides electro-magnetic fields etc.) components. There is an online database of Academy members who have successfully completed the Core Curriculum (consisting of four instructional courses) searchable by state or country. Referrals can also be requested by emailing referral@aaem.com.

American Association of Naturopathic Physicians: Founded in 1985, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) is the national professional society representing naturopathic physicians who are licensed or eligible for licensing as primary care providers, following a four-year educational program, similar to a four-year medical degree. Naturopathic medicine blends centuries-old natural, non-toxic therapies with current advances in the study of health and human systems, covering all aspects of family health from prenatal to geriatric care. ND&rsquos are the family practitioners of the alternative medicine field, studying herbology, homeopathy, nutrition, detoxification procedures, etc. Naturopathic medicine concentrates on whole-patient wellness-the medicine is tailored to the patient and emphasizes prevention and self-care. Naturopathic medicine attempts to find the underlying cause of the patient&rsquos condition rather than focusing solely on symptomatic treatment. Naturopathic physicians cooperate with all other branches of medical science referring patients to other practitioners for diagnosis or treatment when appropriate. 8201 Greensboro Drive, Suite 300, McLean, VA 22102 Phone: (703) 610-9037 Fax: (703) 610-9005 Website: www.naturopathic.org There is a searchable database located at www.healthy.net/aanp/aanpsearch.htm. NOTE: Not all practitioners who use the title of naturopath have attended a four-year degree program and some degrees in this field are available through distance learning certification programs. Be sure to ask what training your practitioner has obtained if this is important to you.


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  • Belfast mum warns dangers of prescription drugs after the death of her son
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  • Biggest in parliamentary history: Meningitis B petition signed by THOUSANDS
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  • Born three months early: Mum reveals it's 'a FLUKE' her son is alive
  • Born to stand out: The perspective of Irish children with facial differences as inspired by 'Wonder'
  • Botched blood tests mean hundreds of UK students could be at risk of HIV
  • Boy, 10, hailed a HERO after saving his mum from violent robbers
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  • Boy’s ‘extremely rare’ diagnosis sparks attention from doctors and parents all over the world
  • Brain scans can now detect if a child is naturally creative
  • Brave cancer patient gives birth to baby three months early to fight for her life
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  • Brave child star has tragically passed away
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  • Brave Gavin Glynn sadly passes away
  • Brave mum defies doctors’ advice to abort two of her triplets
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  • Brave mum-of-five passes away after courageous act of love
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  • BREAKING: 3 dead in elementary school shooting in California
  • BREAKING: Child dies following E.coli outbreak in Scotland
  • BREAKING: Earthquake in South America sparks tsunami warning
  • BREAKING: Leo Varadkar says MenB vaccinations WILL start this year
  • Breaking: Referendum bill on the 8th Amendment approved by Government
  • BREAKING: Woman dies during search operation in Co. Clare - two others taken to hospital
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: How to check your breasts
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  • Breast cancer: why 85 percent of those with the disease are BEATING it
  • BreastCheck programme to be examined after CervicalCheck controversy
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  • Breastfeeding could be the key to ‘resetting’ your metabolism
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  • Britain’s first drug and alcohol rehab for CHILDREN to open this year
  • Britney Spears helps open Children’s Cancer Foundation Campus
  • Brothers suffer horrific injuries after day care centre gaffe
  • Bryan Ferry's ex-wife Lucy Birley passes away at 58
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  • Butlers give us another reason to eat chocolate guilt-free
  • Calling obesity a medical illness makes people less likely to diet
  • Calls for regulation on the advertisement of sweet-flavoured e-cigarettes
  • Calm severely dry skin with new La Roche-Posay Lipikar Baume AP+
  • Campaign criticised for telling teens how to take drugs
  • Can you help? Mother issues emotional appeal to help find her missing son
  • Cancer patient gives birth to "miracle baby"
  • Cancer patient urges awareness after being told she was 'too young' to have the disease
  • Cancer patients hit with shortage of chemo drugs
  • Cancer tests take up to 25 times longer for public patients
  • Cardi B and husband welcomes their daughter to the world
  • Carseat Review: Could the AxissFix Air be the world's safest forward-facing car seat for kids?
  • Cash-strapped maternity hospital lines-up sleeping newborns in cardboard boxes
  • Celeb mum opens up about son's second terrifying meningitis scare
  • Cervical Check audit shows half of women weren't told of delayed diagnosis
  • Charity hits out at pharmaceutical companies over child vaccination costs
  • Charity says reports of domestic abuse affecting children are on the increase
  • Charity urges parents to educate themselves about the signs of meningitis
  • Charity warn that Christmas is expected to be peak season for deadly meningitis
  • Charity warns parents over the risk of temporary henna tattoos
  • Charlie Gard to be laid to rest with his cuddly toy monkeys
  • Charlie Gard's mum shares emotional new picture of her son awake as family await final decision from courts
  • Chef Jean-Christophe Novelli has a major update on his baby son's health
  • Child almost drowns unnoticed in disturbing pool video
  • Child hospitalised with seizures after contracting chickenpox
  • Child Obesity Act could see parents prosecuted over their children’s weight
  • Child stops breathing on plane after man ignores nut-allergy warnings
  • Childhood asthma linked to obesity - but there is something you can do
  • Childhood obesity is greatest threat to young people's health, charity says
  • Children among the victims of US boating accident as mourners gather
  • Children and stress: 6 steps a parent can take to support their little one
  • Children are being affected by household alcohol abuse
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  • Children are missing days of school monthly due to this chronic skin condition
  • Children are the targets of manipulative marketing on social media
  • Children as young as 6 years old are viewing pornography, annual report reveals
  • Children at the age of ten suffer most from worry research finds
  • Children banned from visiting Tallaght Hospital due to 'infection outbreak'
  • Children facing over two-year wait for MRI scans in Crumlin
  • Children given tea from as young as eight months
  • Children missing 1.5 MILLION days of school on account of our 'most common chronic disease'
  • Children suffering from the flu should stay away from school, says medical experts
  • Children who consume this breakfast staple are 50% more likely to be overweight, study finds
  • Children who share a bed with parents more likely to develop asthma
  • Children with anxiety: How can I stop my little one from worrying?
  • Children's charity founder honours the 20th anniversary of his son's passing with a heartfelt tribute
  • Children's hospice close to full capacity pleads for more government funding
  • Children's hospital issues warning after children with sunburn spikes
  • Children's hospitals expect delays following outbreak of respiratory infection cases
  • Chinese scientists perform breakthrough research on human embryos
  • Cinders says 'B.M.I is simply a number' but is this a healthy attitude?
  • Citizens' Assembly vote to 'replace or amend' Irish abortion law
  • Cleaning sprays have the same effect as 20 cigarettes a day on women's lungs
  • Clinic offers medical services online to reduce high GP costs and wait times
  • Clinically dead pregnant Irish woman being kept on life support to save baby
  • Closure and prohibition orders served up to food businesses nationwide
  • Coeliac Awareness Week 12th - 19th May 2014
  • Coffee lovers rejoice! Three to four cups a day linked to reduced health risks
  • Cold house?: It could be increasing your blood pressure, says study
  • Colgate Oral Health Month
  • Colic: what every mum needs to know about this infant illness
  • Combination treatment may extend advanced breast cancer survival, trial says
  • COMMENT depression alone does not drive you to violently kill your own children
  • Comments about daughter pushed photographer to stand up against rape
  • Common women’s condition linked to higher risk of autism in children
  • Concerning number of parents don't realise that their children are overweight, study finds
  • Concerns for Ireland’s ‘dying children’ following State report
  • Concussion: parents NEED to know that their children are safe
  • Concussion: Signs, symptoms and reducing the risk of SIS
  • Confirmation of the second case of measles this year causes HSE to warn the public
  • Congressmen fight to make Charlie Gard a US citizen
  • Conjoined twins beat one-in-50-million odds to survive separation surgery
  • Conjoined twins see each other for the first time after separation and it's INCREDIBLE
  • Consumers advised to boil imported frozen berries after virus outbreaks
  • Consumers warned to only eat Dolmio and Uncle Ben’s sauces once a week
  • Contraceptive coil could reduce cervical cancer risk by 30 percent, according to experts
  • Cool cranberry: Why these little berries could have a big impact on your gut health
  • Cork University Maternity Hospital has the longest waiting list in the country
  • Coronation Street's Simon Gregson opens up about his wife's ectopic pregnancy
  • Coronavirus: What are the symptoms of COVID-19 and how to prevent it
  • Coronavirus: What should I do if I have symptoms of Covid-19?
  • Coroner issues warning following baby’s tragic death
  • Coroner urges vigilance over blind cords following two-year-old's tragic death
  • Corrie actress Beverly Callard ‘crashed’ after her medication was discontinued
  • Coughs: What causes them and how to treat them
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  • Couple campaigns for prohibition of water births over son’s disabilities
  • Couple credit 15-month-old daughter with saving their lives in home emergency
  • Couple facing charges over shocking video of baby with gun
  • Couple seek treatment for newborn daughter who cannot be hugged
  • Couple who had the same life-threatening disease will attend homecoming together
  • Couples exposed to Zika virus asked to postpone efforts to conceive
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  • Courageous dad rescues son with incredibly brave act
  • Courageous mum saves newborn baby from savage attack
  • Courageous six-year-old risks his life to save grandfather
  • Court hears of 100 children who developed sleep disorders from swine flu jab
  • Court reaches settlement for boy, 12, left with 'catastrophic' birth defects
  • Court rules baby SHOULD be vaccinated – against mum’s wishes
  • Court rules on case of 17-year-old fighting chemotherapy treatment
  • Court rules on criminality of consuming alcohol while pregnant
  • Create your own family health HQ with this GENIUS idea from Jinga Life
  • Cringe-worthy video shows why cleaning your ears with a cotton bud can be risky business
  • Criss Angel reveals son, 2, is in remission from leukaemia
  • Cristiano Ronaldo shares sweet family snap for twins' first birthday
  • Crumlin Children's Hospital needs your donations
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  • Cycling gender gap: Apparently men are more likely to cycle daily
  • Cystic fibrosis community launches heart-wrenching appeal to Irish Government
  • Dad comes under fire for ‘inappropriate’ Facebook comments about his daughter
  • Dad denied supplies for ill baby forced to go to Northern Ireland on Christmas Day
  • Dad heartbroken after daughter is “unlawfully” taken away
  • Dad reveals himself to be ‘Spiderman’ in touching obituary
  • Dad shares emotional plea for Facebook to ‘help save his daughter’s life’
  • Dad shares the reality of his daughter’s cancer battle with emotional Facebook post
  • DADDITUDE: Battling the (not so) modern-day perceptions of stay-at-home fathers
  • Dáil passes bill prohibiting smoking in cars with children
  • Damning report reveals tragic failures to teens who died by suicide
  • Damning report shows extent of damage smoking has on our children's mental health
  • Danger Alert: This video highlights why you need to water your Christmas tree
  • Danish doctors claim to have found cure to childhood obesity
  • DART services will be affected for the week due to a fire
  • Deceased mum-of-three refused surgery twice over head lice
  • December marked by seven closures by Food Safety Authority
  • Decision reached in Supreme Court surrogacy case
  • Deep breaths! 5 ways you can soothe stress and anxiety in minutes
  • Delays for commuters due to fire disrupting rail service in Bray
  • Delicious and nutritious: the reasons we should all be consuming matcha
  • Dentists call for increased screening as study finds 10,000 children having teeth extractions
  • Deo for the BO: 3 natural, safe deodorants for the most active children
  • Devastated cancer survivor, 12, expelled from her school
  • Devastated family open up about son's ambulance death
  • Devastated mum accuses HSE of maltreatment as brain-damaged son's case ends
  • Devastated parents hold vigil at little girl's bedside following Athlone crash
  • Devastating news for family of mum ‘too scared’ to get smear test
  • Did you know that its better to take Vitamin D and K together?
  • Disabled teen asked to leave restaurant for being “too noisy”
  • Discovery offers hope to cancer survivors rendered infertile by chemotherapy
  • Disillusionment and disbelief as Bressie shares telling photo from Dáil mental health debate
  • Ditch the itch! 5 home remedies that will relieve the symptoms of chickenpox
  • Doctor hits out at lack of maternity intensive care units
  • Doctor says he refuses to vaccinate his sons to save another child's life
  • Doctor under fire after refusing to treat child because she has two mums
  • Doctors and dentists are calling for HEALTH WARNINGS to be put on sweets
  • Doctors are warning people about 'avocado hand,' and we're confused
  • Doctors claim baby boy died due to first-ever known child cannabis overdose
  • Doctors express their concerns as whooping cough cases increase
  • Doctors fear link between Zika virus and eye damage in babies
  • Doctors make an unusual finding in toddler's X-ray
  • Doctors now claim that smart phones are making our children cross-eyed
  • Doctors say every 'runny nosed kid' is now being brought to them
  • Doctors say unexplained pains in children could be psychological
  • Doctors see huge increase of serious injuries in children who play rugby
  • Doctors shocked as woman has ‘cancer-like’ reaction to 15-year-old TATTOO
  • Doctors warn of new dangers arising from blood transfusions in children
  • Doctors who thought woman was pregnant make shocking discovery
  • Doctor’s risk pays off in expectant mum’s rare emergency
  • Does my child have ADD/ADHD?
  • Does your child's costume have the CE mark? Here's how to STAY SAFE this Halloween
  • Doing this ONE thing could help you fall asleep faster, study finds
  • Don't suffer in silence: Here's how you can treat Overactive Bladder (OAB)
  • Dr Eva Orsmond calls for all children to be weighed in schools
  • Drinking alcohol increases the risk of pre-menstrual syndrome, study finds
  • Drinking beer can actually help us lose WEIGHT (science says so!)
  • Drought warnings and calls to restrict water as the temperature rises
  • Drug to help children with Cystic Fibrosis now available for 6 to 11 year olds
  • Dublin Fire Brigade are warning people NOT to buy these Xmas lights
  • Dublin hospital report shows increase in ‘complex’ births
  • Dublin mum Emma Murphy to appear on The Late Late Show this Friday
  • Dublin salon offers free blow drys to women who go for smear tests
  • Dying mum’s emotional video message goes viral
  • Dyslexic children improve reading rates by 60% with this trial therapy
  • Dyspraxia: How to recognise the disorder in both young and older kids
  • E-cigarettes banned due to fear of health risks
  • Early risers are less likely to suffer from depression, study finds
  • Early-life obesity may negatively impacts kids' cognition, study says
  • Eating 40g of cheese could reduce the risk of heart attack, according to experts
  • Eating bacon and sausages increases the risk of breast cancer in older women
  • Eating fruit during pregnancy could boost your baby’s brain development
  • Eating smaller portions of veg could help our children fight obesity
  • Ebola outbreak spreads to Europe as nurse in Spain tests positive
  • Eczema Awareness Week: 6 NATURAL ways to treat your baby's rash
  • Eczema sufferers may soon avail of treatment which uses the body’s own natural defences
  • Eight women dead and dozens critical after mass sterilisation in India
  • Eight-year-old killed on a farm was the only surviving baby from a set of quads
  • Eight-year-old tested for STIs after horrific playground discovery
  • Eight-year-old writes letter to government asking why life-saving cancer drugs aren't free
  • Ellen DeGeneres apologies to Jenna Dewan after name mishap on live TV
  • Embracing menopause: How Ruth Langsford stays in shape as her body changes
  • Emma Mhic Mhathúna settles cervical smear test case for €7.5m
  • Empathy and social development in childhood
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  • Enable Ireland is building a state-of-the art service centre for kids, and they need your help
  • Enda Kenny assures that new National Maternity Hospital will have 'full clinical independence'
  • Endurance for Sam fundraising for families affected by Patau Syndome
  • Energy drinks and health concerns: What you need to know
  • Epilepsy Ireland’s step-by-step guide on what to do if someone’s having a seizure
  • Erin Brockovich warns mums-to-be against drinking Republic of Ireland's tap water
  • European report says Ireland's 'restrictive' abortion laws are a danger to women's health
  • Even Johnny Sexton approves. Now THIS is the kind of homework kids will want to do
  • Every parent should watch police deputy’s ‘hot car’ video
  • Exam stress found to be one cause of teen suicide, according to latest research
  • Exasperated mum hires personal chef for her child’s allergies
  • Exhausted every single day? THIS is probably why you’re so tired
  • Expectant mums should cut down on sugar to protect kids' cognition, experts say
  • Expert claims drinking tea stains your teeth MORE than coffee
  • Expert highlights importance of taking folic acid before pregnancy
  • Expert releases disturbing update on teen self-harm
  • Expert reveals how to keep your baby cool and comfortable in the heat
  • Experts are advising parents don’t swing kids by their arms – but they have a good reason
  • Experts believe this is how long you should wash your hands for
  • Experts call for sweet packet guidelines after frightening liquorice case
  • Experts change their safety recommendations for kids’ screentime
  • Experts claim kids' home location has a major impact upon their brain
  • Experts discover a good night's sleep can boost chances of becoming pregnant
  • Experts discover drinking coffee extends your life expectancy
  • Experts discover drinking red wine boosts fertility in women
  • Experts discover how to reverse fertility issues passed from obese mums to children
  • Experts discover the dangers of a bad pre-conception diet
  • Experts find that being married could lower the risk of dementia
  • Experts flag the danger of using Wi-Fi around children
  • Experts issue new recommendation for folic acid intake
  • Experts issue warning against ‘keepsake’ ultrasounds
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  • Experts issue warning over ‘indestructible’ super lice
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  • Experts reveal how to get kids to enjoy healthy eating
  • Experts say these are the 'overdone' wedding trends to leave behind
  • Experts saying period cramps are as "painful as heart attacks" is not news to us
  • Experts share their concerns as they discover teens are sleeping less than ever before
  • Experts stress the importance of taking care of your pre-conception health
  • Experts testing device that lets deaf children hear for the first time
  • Experts uncover shocking new effect of poor diet on child’s health
  • Experts uncover unexpected side-effect of too much TV for toddlers
  • Experts update guidelines on minimising risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
  • Experts warn against smoking near toddlers after disturbing discovery
  • Experts warn shoppers that makeup testers are full of infectious diseases
  • Experts warn taking antibiotics during pregnancy may increase risk of birth defects
  • Experts ‘excited’ by new strategy to prevent allergies in children
  • Experts: 'Babies should share parents’ bedroom for first year of life'
  • Experts’ discovery could ‘stop progression of breast cancer in its tracks’
  • Extended X-mas? GP calls for schools to stay closed following flu epidemic
  • Facebook announces new move to help missing children
  • Facebook changes nudity policy after backlash over removal of breastfeeding photo
  • Facebook does not want the picture of this dad and son on their site
  • Facebook have just launched their Parents Portal – but what is it exactly?
  • False lashes are helping this woman fight cancer, and we totally get it
  • Families fear for lives of their loved ones held hostage in Sydney café
  • Family "dragged" back to grief over misread cervical cancer diagnosis
  • Family appeal for return of laptop containing photos of sons who passed away
  • Family calls for better ambulance services after delayed response to choking toddler
  • Family calls for change after teen’s devastating death
  • Family friend's concern leads to five-year-old's brain tumour diagnosis
  • Family hears son's heartbeat in another man's chest following tragic death
  • Family isolated for 726 DAYS allowed leave following daughter’s 'miracle treatment'
  • Family launch fundraising campaign after mum-of-two, 32, is diagnosed with dementia
  • Family of terminally ill mum plead for help after ‘tragedy’ strikes on ‘holiday of a lifetime’
  • Family orders PIZZA to check on their grandmother following Hurricane Matthew
  • Family throws special ‘going away party’ for homeless dying dog
  • Family trying to raise €150,000 for life-changing surgery for their daughter
  • Family's devastation as four-month-old tragically dies just hours after his first laugh
  • Family’s Christmas joy almost two years after tragic loss
  • Family’s horror over baby’s funeral home mix-up
  • Fan of long afternoon naps? You could actually have diabetes
  • Fancy a burger? 51 percent of us have eaten UNDERCOOKED burgers in restaurants
  • Father calls for better cycle lanes following tragic death of his daughter in Dublin
  • Father dies after suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in holiday chalet
  • Father of little girl wants her cancer doctor to walk her down the aisle
  • Father pens letter to son pretending to be the Tooth Fairy
  • Feed the skin from within with Circle of Light’s Green Coffee
  • Feeling moody? You could be in need of WATER
  • Fight the flu: Keeping yourself healthy when your child is sick
  • Figures reveal over 2,000 children are still waiting for occupational therapy
  • Finally! This is the EASIEST way to get kids to brush their teeth for two minutes
  • Fines introduced for adults caught smoking in cars around children
  • Fire Brigade issues a number of warnings ahead of the heatwave
  • First national sperm bank opens in the UK
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  • Flight passenger helps saves kids after spotting explicit texts from fellow passenger
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  • Food Safety Authority issues 12 closure orders on food businesses around the country
  • Food Safety Authority issues an urgent recall of spinach from these supermarkets
  • Food Safety Authority of Ireland issues warning over mussel recalls
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  • Free asthma management consultations available in Boots during May
  • Free GP care to under-12s condemned by medical experts
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  • New study finds that a Vitamin D deficiency is linked to ASTHMA in kids
  • New study highlights serious health danger posed to kids who watch too much TV
  • New study pinpoints why IVF doesn't always work
  • New study reveals exactly how sick families with children can get
  • New study reveals shocking statistics on childhood obesity
  • New study reveals the danger of drinking just TWO soft drinks per day
  • New study reveals why you need to STOP cleaning your ears with cotton buds
  • New study shows just how dangerous your passive smoking is for your child
  • New study shows that cancer survival rates have increased
  • New study suggests birth month could influence child’s ADHD diagnosis
  • New study suggests why our beloved red wine may NOT be so good for us
  • New study uncovers another important benefit to breastfeeding
  • New study uncovers potential new danger of diabetes to unborn children
  • New study uncovers the shocking and sad truth of life for acne suffers
  • New survey highlights the one area where single parents really suffer
  • New tests to help identity children who have appendicitis
  • New Vitamin D3 guidelines and supplements launched by Irish brand.
  • New whooping cough vaccine could save 'hundreds of thousands' of lives
  • New €67 million deal brings us a step closer to free GP care for children under six years
  • Newborn baby rescued by police following traumatic birth
  • Newborn baby’s death linked to dose of vitamin D supplement
  • Newborns will be screened for four conditions in programme expansion
  • Nine-year-old stops woman from taking his newborn brother
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  • No more excuses: Here are the top reasons why you should make time to exercise
  • Not sure when your next smear test is? Here's the easiest way to find out
  • Number of children growing up in poverty in Ireland is truly SHOCKING
  • Number of Cork children admitted to hospital for dental care described as "concerning"
  • Nurse admits to causing a baby's death after forgetting to turn on a breathing machine
  • Nurse fighting to adopt neglected child she helped save
  • Nurse's body lay undiscovered for TWO DAYS at Crumlin Children's Hospital
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  • Nutritious snacks on the go: 5 ways to fill up AND be healthy
  • Nutritious snacks on the go: 5 ways to fill up AND be healthy
  • Obese children will struggle to fight diseases like cancer, due to weak immune systems
  • Obesity rates in Republic of Ireland among highest in the world
  • Old toys receive donated limbs in a big to raise children's awareness
  • Omega 3 can do wonders for keeping you and your family healthy
  • One fizzy drink enough to put children over their daily sugar limit, according to latest report
  • One in six parents let their children drink at 14, new UK study reveals
  • One in ten burns among kids caused by HAIR STRAIGHTENERS – the majority involve toddlers
  • One in three European children are overweight or obese study reveals
  • One incident concerning a child and a laundry capsule is being reported daily
  • One-year-old has cancer ‘reversed’ thanks to historic treatment
  • Only 21 percent of people use SPF when it is sunny in Ireland
  • Only 7 percent of asthmatics know all the signs of an asthma attack
  • Open letter to Minister urges work on new National Children's Hospital to STOP
  • Orla Tinsley says 'bye, bye baby' to oxygen treatment after double-lung transplant
  • OT’s Yvonne: ‘Exercise has transformed my life with arthritis’
  • OUCH! The real reason you should keep cotton buds out of your kid's ears
  • Our Children's Health slams HSE for denying seriously ill children medical cards
  • Our go-to way to support our little ones’ immune system
  • Outbreak of highly contagious disease sends four Irish children to hospital
  • Outrage as sick two-year-old is forced to sleep on hospital floor
  • Outraged families protest after supermarket breastfeeding incident
  • Over 2,000 children left waiting on a hospital bed during 'winter crisis'
  • Over 4,000 domestic violence victims being ignored in homelessness figures
  • Over 80 countries affected by French baby milk scandal
  • Over three million baby cups recalled after children fall ill
  • Overweight women should be screened for breast cancer more regularly, according to scientists
  • Owners of TwinGo Carriers asked to contact the manufacturer
  • Palm oil: should you be worried?
  • Parents and doctors get an unexpected surprise at birth of baby girl
  • Parents approaching £1.3m target to pay for eight-month-old's US treatment
  • Parents are not fit enough to keep up with their kids, study finds
  • Parents are told not to fear children playing on apps, says study
  • Parents being warned not to buy gel detergent capsules by doctors
  • Parents being warned not to cover their baby’s buggy with a blanket
  • Parents being warned over increased cases of highly contagious disease
  • Parents being warned to not let newborns sleep in car seat for long periods of time
  • Parents blast restaurant after doctors give terrifying diagnosis on two-year-old daughter
  • Parents call for more information on the treatment of COVID-19 in children
  • Parents call for sepsis awareness after their teen suddenly dies
  • Parents charged for PRAYING to save their dying son instead of calling a doctor
  • Parents issue warning after 2-year-old swallows 28 buckyballs
  • Parents live longer than those who are childless, new study reveals
  • Parents of 11-year-old who took her own life send powerful suicide prevention message
  • Parents of children with autism spend over €28,000 annually on care
  • Parents of four-year-old cancer sufferer pursued by debt collector
  • Parents of little boy found dead at home appeal for help to fund legal team for inquest
  • Parents of six-year-old cancer patient ordered to enrol him in chemo against their wishes
  • Parents of terminally-ill children in Donegal given major boost
  • Parents of ‘miracle triplets’ appeal for help
  • Parents outraged by elementary school's notes home
  • Parents say goodbye to their "bucket list" baby
  • Parents share important reminder after losing infant to meningitis
  • Parents share son’s final moments to raise awareness of meningitis
  • Parents share their joy over Thanksgiving miracle baby
  • Parents told 'don’t make your kids a chemical stockpile' for sport
  • Parents urged not to let children use inflatable toys in the sea
  • Parents urged to avoid commenting on child’s weight as it could ‘backfire’
  • Parents urged to be vigilant after substantial rise in scarlet fever diagnoses
  • Parents urged to learn signs of meningitis as cases rise in winter months
  • Parents urged to vaccinate kids as measles outbreaks rise in Limerick
  • Parents URGING public to sign bone marrow registry as daughter, 8, relapses
  • Parents wed in chapel of hospital where son, 2, is battling cancer
  • Parents ‘wrecked’ after son, 6, accidentally drinks drain cleaner
  • Parents' shocking discovery shows why you need to stop your child from biting their hair
  • Parents’ joy as baby girl beats the odds to make it home for festive season
  • Parents’ outrage as playhouse sends porn to their children
  • Pass the PASTA! Study finds a bowl of spag-bol can make you slimmer
  • Patients left devastated after HSE decides not to fund drug for people with genetic disorder
  • Pause to play: Simple ways to get the kids off the screens and outdoors
  • Pearly Whites: Irish dentists debunk 3 oral care myths and misconceptions
  • Penneys recalls a variety of cushions due to flammability concerns
  • People who have a lie-in are supposedly smarter and skinnier
  • People who nap are more productive, new study claims
  • Perimenopause: The signs and symptoms women should look out for
  • Peripartum Cardiomyopathy: what every mum-to-be needs to know about this condition
  • Personal trainer sparks concern with new fitness programme aimed at kids
  • Personalised cancer vaccines are paving the way towards a cure for the disease
  • Personalised vaccine for ovarian cancer shows promise in pilot study
  • Peter Rabbit film producers apologise over allergy scene
  • Pharmacies around the country are now offering FREE blood pressure checks
  • Pharmacists directed to warn women of pregnancy-related risks for epilepsy drug
  • Pharmacists warn parents over dangers of codeine-containing medicines in children
  • Placenta pills don’t prevent post-partum depression, study finds
  • Planning hearing for new children’s hospital begins today
  • Playgrounds soon to be smoke-free zones as bans are enforced across the country
  • Pneumonia is the BIGGEST killer of under-fives – do you know the symptoms?
  • Police appealing for witnesses after baby sustains 'fracture to the skull'
  • Police arrest 32 on suspicion of baby trafficking after rescue of 11 infants
  • Police concern for missing mum and her four-day-old baby
  • Police confirm body found is that of missing mum
  • Police horrified as toddler ‘fights for her life’ after being found unconscious in family car
  • Police officer awarded a commendation for saving two-week-old baby
  • Police urge proper carseat safety awareness following family crash
  • Portlaoise parents make emotional appeal for HSE investigation
  • Positive news for 12-year-old boy left paralysed after hospital treatment
  • Positive news for brave mum who discovered breast cancer after falling pregnant
  • Pregnant Emma Willis opens up about husband’s battle with alcoholism
  • Pregnant women in France can earn up to €300 if they quit smoking
  • Premature twins die after paramedics are prevented from entering flat
  • Prescribing this drug during labour could reduce rates of epidurals, says study
  • Presenter Nick Knowles’ ex-wife Jessica reveals cervical cancer diagnosis
  • Princess Eugenie opens up about her scoliosis for the first time
  • Pro-choice group supports call to name abortion legislation after Savita Halappanavar
  • Proposed location for new National Children’s Hospital is ‘worst possible site’
  • Protect the family from Coronavirus with this hygiene guide
  • Provocative 'junk food' breastfeeding campaign makes headlines
  • Public comes to the rescue of stranded new parents
  • Public urged to conserve water as restrictions could last until autumn
  • Public urged to donate blood during the 'challenging' summer months
  • Public warned as jellyfish hospitalise swimmers during heatwave
  • Pupils being taught that 'sex at 13' is normal
  • Quorn recalls curry ready-meals due to rubber contamination concerns
  • Rare condition makes young mum look 80 after childbirth
  • Razor company makes history by using women with real body hair in advert
  • Recipient of world’s first successful penis transplant makes history again
  • Recommendation made for reform on BCG vaccine against tuberculosis
  • Red Cross forced to remove swim safety signs after parents call it racist
  • Referendum on the 8th Amendment to be held by early June, Cabinet says
  • Report on obesity supports calls for ‘no-fry zones’
  • Report shows ‘significant failings’ caused baby death at Portlaoise hospital
  • Rescue dog praised for saving father who 'died for 17 minutes'
  • Research finds almost HALF of slime toys contains harmful toxic chemicals
  • Research finds over half of hay fever sufferers avoid outdoors to prevent symptoms
  • Research highlights link between smoking and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
  • Research programme launched to explore Ireland's Vitamin D levels and bone health
  • Research ranks Ireland among the top 10 best countries for children to live in
  • Research reveals that head lice are becoming ‘resilient’ to treatments
  • Research reveals the dangers of not washing pyjamas regularly
  • Research reveals the health wonders of a 20-minute walk
  • Research shows alarming effect of pregnant smoking on girls’ reproductive health
  • Research shows hormone replacement therapy increases ovarian cancer risk
  • Research shows new dads are suffering in silence
  • Research shows the vital importance of folic acid in the diet
  • Research uncovers the hidden health dangers on your mobile phone
  • Researchers claim to have finally discovered root cause of asthma
  • Researchers claim to know what caused recent whooping cough outbreak
  • Researchers find gene test that reduces breast cancer risk
  • Researchers have identified the most fertile day of the year
  • Researchers have made a huge discovery that will help prevent skin cancer
  • Researchers issue warning over ‘superbug’ head lice
  • Researchers issue warning to parents over children's car seats and restraints
  • Researchers make alarming discovery from study into online breast milk
  • Researchers uncover potential health danger of scented candles
  • Results of cervical cancer smear tests reviews by RCOG to be sent out next week
  • Retailer under fire for ‘sexualising toddlers’ with underwear range
  • Returning to school and COVID-19: Everything parents should know
  • Revealed: THIS is the dirtiest part of that plane you’re about to fly off on
  • Review shows up to 2,500 more hospital beds will be needed under Sláintecare
  • Rio Olympics to go ahead, despite scientists’ urgent appeal to postpone or move the Games
  • Rise and shine: Breakfast time!
  • Robbie Williams recounts frightening moments fleeing from hotel fire
  • Robin Williams’ widow shares his final months to spread awareness of his disease
  • Russian outbreak of anthrax claims the life of a 12-year-old child
  • Ruth interviews husband Eamonn Holmes for a very special reason
  • Ryanair cabin crew strike in solidarity with pilots next week
  • Safety warning issued over fire risk with head lice treatments
  • Sand vests used to calm German kids with ADHD raise concerns
  • Saunas can help reduce the risk of stroke, new study reveals
  • Say goodbye to fad diets! How to lose weight once and for all
  • Say goodbye to January blues: Five apps for relieving stress and anxiety
  • Say it ain't so! Apparently you should NOT be drinking Moscow Mules
  • Say no to overtime. long working hours linked to diabetes in women
  • Scans could diagnose autism before a child's first birthday, says new research
  • Scarlet fever cases at record high in England: Here are the symptoms to look out for
  • Scarlet fever: The signs and symptoms you NEED to look out for
  • SCARY new research reveals why you NEED to change your shower puff every three weeks
  • School boy bored to death talking about his dental health on TV
  • Science has spoken! A baby's sex plays a role in pregnant women's immunity
  • Scientist advises parents to “roll their child on the floor of the New York subway”
  • Scientist warns of the impacts devices have on kids' mental maturity
  • Scientists claim smell could help diagnose autism early
  • Scientists claim to have discovered the exact cause of acne
  • Scientists confirm that man-flu is a real thing
  • Scientists create super-bug antibiotic using breast milk
  • Scientists debunk ‘five second rule’ in study that will put you off EVER eating food from the floor again
  • Scientists discover 'strong' link between autism and pollution
  • Scientists discover disturbing new danger posed by fizzy drinks
  • Scientists discover the exact cause of cystitis
  • Scientists discover unusual 'trigger' for childhood diabetes
  • Scientists finally address reports of link between C-sections and autism
  • Scientists have discovered that breast milk may be a genuine cure for cancer
  • Scientists have just discovered an AMAZING benefit to having babies after 35
  • Scientists have just given us the best reason NOT to make our beds
  • Scientists identify strong link between air pollution and stillbirth
  • Scientists make ‘breakthrough’ with male contraceptive pill research
  • Scientists may have just discovered a cure for autism
  • Scientists may have just figured out exactly why we overeat
  • Scientists reveal amazing kids’ health benefit of having a dog
  • Scientists reveal how 3-D video games could benefit your child's brain power
  • Scientists reveal reason behind boost in childhood asthma
  • Scientists say women who start their family AFTER 25 will live LONGER
  • Scientists think the contraceptive pill could help women dodge this common illness
  • Scientists to dads: Treating your daughters like princesses is a bad idea
  • Scientists uncover the cause of teen binge eating
  • Scientists warn that binge-watching your favourite series could be KILLING you
  • Scotland becomes first country to provide low-income women with free sanitary products
  • Screen time: what it's ACTUALLY doing to your kids
  • Second Measles warning by HSE as four new cases confirmed
  • Separate animations to reflect a child's mood. this ISPCC video is heartbreaking
  • September is a critical time of year when it comes to colds and flu
  • September products you need to transition your skin this season
  • Seriously ill kids given virtual reality headsets, and the results are amazing
  • Seriously ill toddler defies all odds after reaching third birthday
  • Seven babies rescued from maternity hospital fire – a dozen others tragically didn't make it
  • Seven year old diagnosed with arthritis waiting two years for treatment
  • Seven-year-old girl with autism turned away from Santa
  • Seven-year-old vows to shave head to support little sister's leukaemia battle
  • Sex And The City star reportedly welcomes baby boy
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  • Sharon Osbourne opens up about her 3-year-old granddaughter having COVID-19
  • Shauntelle Tynan is now cancer free following treatment in the US
  • Shock as leading paediatric neurologist is filmed snorting cocaine
  • Shocking awareness video shows woman sitting in a car during 30C heat
  • Shocking figures in cases of household poisonings
  • Shocking new statistics reveal high levels of food-poisoning bug in chicken
  • Shop worker’s quick-thinking saves boy, 6, after he starts choking
  • Short-sightedness can be reduced with an hour of physical exercise daily
  • Should my child be taking fish oils? (spoiler alert: YES they should be)
  • Show your support for the Baby Elizabeth Fund
  • Sick four-month-old baby 'kicked off' Disney cruise ship
  • Signs and symptoms: Everything you need to know about Chicken Pox
  • Signs and symptoms: Everything you need to know about Lyme disease
  • Signs and symptoms: Everything you need to know about Whooping Cough
  • Simon Harris and his wife, Caoimhe announce pregnancy
  • Simon Harris confirms cap on hospital car parking charges from 2019
  • Simon Harris currently considering banning botox and fillers for minors
  • Simon Harris REJECTS calls for the national children’s hospital to be moved to Connolly
  • Simon Harris to provide 10,000 medical cards to Ireland’s very sick children
  • Simple tool may help children with autism understand facial expressions
  • Six children left orphans after parents die 24 hours apart
  • Six ingredients and 30 minutes. the home-baked delight that's BACK in vogue
  • Six month programme for secondary cancer patients
  • Six people die from rare ‘thunderstorm asthma’ phenomenon in Melbourne
  • Six-year-old boy’s cosmetic surgery divides parents
  • Skin cancer: The signs and symptoms EVERY mum needs to know
  • Sleep expert reveals how to help your kids adjust when the clocks go back
  • Smoking ban study shows how harmful cigarettes are for children
  • Sniffle season: 10 flu-fighting foods to add to the shopping trolley STAT
  • Snoring? 8 times when your child's sleeping pattern needs to be monitored
  • Snowboarder for Team GB Ellie Soutter passes away on her 18th birthday
  • So apparently an egg a day will make your kiddos super tall
  • So apparently Vitamin D supplements are as effective as FLU vaccines
  • So it turns out asking for lemon in your drink could actually KILL YOU
  • So it turns out sparkling water can have a seriously negative effect on this part of your body
  • So this popular Instagram filter is scientifically linked to DEPRESSION
  • So, is THIS the secret of a healthy diet?
  • Social media reunites abandoned child with her family
  • Son accused of mother's murder in Dún Laoghaire stabbing
  • Son of 'The Amazing Spider-Dad' passes away
  • Sorry, sugar: France BANS unlimited soft drink refills in bid to tackle obesity
  • Soy milk, hemp seeds and veggies abound: What vegan kids eat
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  • Stars appeal to public to get behind 'Give It Up for Crumlin' campaign
  • Stay safe: Superbug found in Galway waters blamed on sewage
  • Sticking to your five-a-day? Children at RISK of asthma if they don't eat fruit and veg
  • Sticky, sore, red and watery. Treating your child’s conjunctivitis
  • Stop smoking. for good: 8 practical tips to inspire you
  • Straighten Up Ireland Week
  • Strangers help to give seriously ill child the most special Christmas yet
  • Strong Spice: Mel B is looking AMAZING in her latest gym selfies
  • Strong words of warning issued as 10 closure orders served on food businesses
  • Struggling to sleep? This could be the simple way to improve your shut-eye
  • Stubborn kids likely to become high-achievers, according to latest research
  • Student contacts the mums of abusive online trolls
  • Students criticise Michelle Obama over new school lunches
  • Students of school located near chemical plant diagnosed with cancer
  • Study finds kitchen towels are covered in harmful bacteria
  • Study finds teeth-whitening kits sold on the high street can damage teeth
  • Study finds ten-fold rise in adolescent obesity
  • Study finds that car use during pregnancy can put unborn babies at risk
  • Study finds that just one energy drink can affect the condition of your heart
  • Study highlights dangers of iodine deficiency during pregnancy
  • Study links vitamin D deficiency to pregnancy complications
  • Study says breastfed premature babies will grow stronger hearts
  • Study says cot death may be linked to genetics
  • Study says drinking from plastic bottles may be harmful to pregnant women
  • Study shows drastic impact that 1% funding cut has on deaths of mums and mums-to-be
  • Study shows majority of women are heavier one year after giving birth
  • Study shows that Ireland has the highest rate of alcohol consumption during pregnancy
  • Study shows the learning benefits of napping for babies
  • Study shows worrying increase in children's cases of vitamin D deficiency
  • Study suggests that sugar could be as damaging to our brains as abuse
  • Study uncovers shocking new threat to school children's development
  • Study warns against leaving infants sleep in car seats and carrying devices
  • Study: A quarter of the world will be obese if current trends hold
  • Study: Women with higher body weight avoid doctor due to stigma
  • Suffering from PMS or muscle cramps? You might have a MAGNESIUM deficiency
  • Sunshine set to return! The food safety habits you need to follow when barbecuing
  • Superfoods for babies: 6 GREAT first foods for weaning your little one
  • Supermarkets issue recall over possible presence of a meningitis-bug
  • Support the campaign to eliminate Maternal & Newborn Tetanus
  • Support you and your family's immune system with these products
  • Surgeons make five-year-old boy's Christmas wish come true
  • Surgeons successfully remove five pound facial tumour from three-year-old girl
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  • Suspected case of Ebola in Donegal, HSE investigation is underway
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  • Swimming lessons are the greatest gift you can give your children- here's why
  • Swine flu: Symptoms, complications and treatment
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  • Taking paracetamol during pregnancy linked to language delays in baby girls, study finds
  • Tallaght's new walk-in clinic to 'relieve burden on Dublin's busy A&E departments'
  • Tantrums and toddlers: WHAT is going on inside their head at that moment?
  • Taoiseach announces HPV vaccine to be rolled out for boys next year
  • Tattoo Fixers helped parents pay tribute to son, 7 - and everyone was BAWLING
  • TD ‘forced’ to give up her baby after being date raped at 16
  • Teacher encourages mums to talk to their children about menstruation
  • Teachers set to receive special training that will help youths with anxiety
  • Team Hope launches online Christmas Shoebox Appeal for children in need
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  • Teen raises £3000 after her best friend's sudden death
  • Teen receives ‘heartbreaking’ news after doctors misdiagnose her as pregnant
  • Teen shares devastating impact of meningitis as she faces into amputation
  • Teen swimmer dies from toxic shock syndrome after misdiagnosis
  • Teenager charged in connection to six-year-old Alesha MacPhail
  • Teenager cured of rare life-threatening condition
  • Teens as young as 15 now showing signs of heart disease
  • Teen’s nosebleed saves her parents' lives
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  • Temple Street Children's Hospital warns parents of overcrowding
  • Temple Street Children’s Hospital warns parents to stay away after power cut
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  • Terminally ill alopecia sufferer devastated after teacher makes her remove wig
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  • Tesco customers raise €170,000 during week-long fundraiser for Temple Street
  • Tesco pulls baby ibuprofen from its shelves after child 'loses consciousness'
  • Tesco recalls squash after receiving complaints
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  • The age you get your first period. indicates how long you'll live
  • The amount of sugar in child-sized Easter eggs is frightening
  • The Bare Essentials Box has everything to protect households as restrictions ease
  • The best food to fuel your future GAA star
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  • The best supplements that really make a difference to your health
  • The CDC releases guidelines on breast pump hygiene after death of baby
  • The Children's Ombudsman raises concerns over digital age of consent
  • The co-sleeping debate just got more confusing as some experts say it's BENEFICIAL
  • The FSAI issues a recall on four bacon, burger and mince products
  • The heart-breaking reason Paddy McCourt can't play in the Euros
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  • The heart-wrenching images of a Bulgarian boy - who was transformed with love
  • The HSE have released new Covid-19 testing protocols for children
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  • The INCREDIBLE reason why we should all be eating tomatoes
  • The kind-hearted 'ICU Grandpa' is our new hero
  • The little girl pulled into water by a sea lion is fighting a dangerous infection
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  • The reason why this couple are considering adoption of their daughters is heartbreaking
  • The Rotunda Hospital opens new gynaecology facility at Connolly Hospital
  • The Sacred Heart Centre, Waterford, voted favourite children’s charity
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  • The story behind this amazing photo will inspire you
  • The term 'snowflake' can damage young people's mental health, according to a new study
  • The war on our growing waistlines intensifies: a sugar tax IS coming
  • The water in Cork has been turning women’s hair green
  • There's an ACTUAL test that can reveal if your child will end up in JAIL
  • These two 'bad' habits could actually be good for children's health
  • They’ve only enough for 3 DAYS. IBTS issues ‘urgent’ appeal for blood donors
  • This addition to the dentist's office would make us go more often
  • This amazing dad learned how to make prosthetic EYES for his baby girl
  • This AMAZING video shows why you should never say ‘sorry’ to parents of kids with Down syndrome
  • This brave teenager is sharing her symptoms of ovarian cancer
  • This charity wants survivors of childhood cancer to get in touch with them
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  • This dad sang his way around Ireland to raise money for his sick son
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  • This device will warn you when you're at risk of sunburn
  • This Dublin man's message on depression is one we all need to hear
  • This food group is a cause of heart failure in middle-aged men
  • This is how you can give the gift of reading to a deaf child this Christmas
  • This is how you can help 3,700 homeless people this May bank holiday
  • This is how you can shop 'til you drop and support sick children
  • This is Nutmeg, the dog that helps children with autism to live their best life
  • THIS is the biggest health concern for Irish people
  • THIS is the shocking amount of chips we should be eating per portion
  • This is what Irish kids want the children's hospital to look like
  • This is what you should do with your phone when you need to concentrate
  • This is when you'll probably break your healthy New Year's resolutions
  • This is why the next royal wedding will make history
  • THIS is why you should REMOVE bulky coats before strapping kids into car seats
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  • This mum used tattoos to transform her breast cancer scars to something truly beautiful
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  • This mum's before and after pictures prove that weight is just a NUMBER
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  • This new research will make you think twice about that eating birthday cake
  • This photo of LEMONS informed a mum that she had breast cancer
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  • This voucher code gets you €20 off tickets to the Irish Natural Family Health Conference
  • This woman's warning about sunbeds
  • This Women's Mini Marathon video has us excited for next year already
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How Do I Cook with Peri-peri?

This Peri-Peri African Chicken recipe is a great place to start. It only requires seven ingredients and delivers succulent, flavor-packed chicken thanks to a chile marinade. Give it a quick trip to the grill to cook, and you&aposll be ready for dinner.

You can also try this Chicken Livers Peri-Peri recipe. Chicken livers, which are high in protein and loaded with iron, are marinated in a chile-based mixture and finished off with tomato paste, Worcestershire, chicken stock, and a hit of brandy. This meal is often served with toasted bread or rice.

If you want to try the original peri-peri sauce first, buy a bottle and use it as a quick marinade for grilled chicken or wings. Once you get an idea for the sauce&aposs taste and heat factor, you may find lots of delicious ways to use it, from marinating pork tenderloins to mixing up a spicy bloody mary.


Watch the video: HOW TO MAKE A PIZZA BOX (November 2021).