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Cataracts: Causes And Treatments By Annette J Dunlea A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear lens of your eye. A cataract is when the natural lens of the eye which focuses light on the retina, looses its clarity … Continue reading
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So I found this recipe over here and decided to modify it with things I had at home already, they came out so good I’m having a hard time not devouring the whole pan myself. Yeah…
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Afternoon ‘pick-me-up,’ ring a bell? How about that late night sudden urge for a guilty pleasure – usually chocolate. Why delivery service – for a “desserts-only” menu – is still…
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Researchers at MIT have figured out how to make multiple robots talk to each other and collaborate in real time — a task equivalent to telling a bunch of toddlers to bake a cake and actually…
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There are two battles raging on an island waterlogged as rarely in its history. England and Wales are huddled against the wettest winter for more than two centuries, according to data from the Met Office; today…
Get Slim For Summer By Annette J Dunlea We are struggling to lose the extra few pounds since Christmas. The weather is cold and wet and we want to sit in by the fire and eat something warm. Well, enough … Continue reading
The Floods: Some Advice To Stay Safe By Annette J Dunlea We will remember Christmas 2013 as the Christmas Cork almost drowned. Morrissons Island and Sharman Crawford St were closed some mornings and Wandesford Quay remained impassable for days on … Continue reading
Reference Pricing For Medicines by Annette J Dunlea Due to changes in the law, your pharmacist may offer you a generic or alternative version of your regular medicine. Groups of medicines that do the same job will be given a … Continue reading
Enda Kenny…… 15th Dec 2013, Dublin, Ireland Three years ago, Ireland entered a bailout programme. This affected every household in our country. In March 2011, you gave Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore and me a mandate to fix the public finances, and to … Continue reading
25th December 2013 I once knew someone who spent a year in a plaster cast recovering from an operation on his back. He read a lot, and thought a lot, and felt miserable. Later, he realised this time of forced … Continue reading
Strikes – Employers Hands Off Our Pensions By Annette J Dunlea The concerning news recently was that ESB workers served strike action on the ESB company, over a €1.7 billion shortfall in the company’s retirement fund.The old and sick were … Continue reading
Fiver Friday: Shop Locally Do Your Bit For The Irish Economy By Annette J Dunlea People last week’s Christmas edition showed the great variety of local stores we have in Carrigaline and surrounding towns.It is a time of giving and … Continue reading
Irish Public Apathy: Concerning by Annette J Dunlea It concerns me that there is so much public apathy to current events In Ireland. The rish appear to have meekly accepted their government’s disastrous economic policies. Cuts in Ireland have largely … Continue reading
The Medical Card Controversy By Annette J Dunlea A medical card issued by the HSE allows the holder to receive certain health services free of charge. To qualify for a medical card your weekly income must be below a certain … Continue reading
Fort Meagher Camden : Has An Interesting Past And Present By Annette J Dunlea Fort Camden is positioned on Rams Head near Crosshaven, County Cork. The fort derives its name from the Earl of Camden, who was Lord Lieutenant of … Continue reading