Karl Fenlon interviews Dr Conor Cunningham about how older people that are more active are less prone to diseases and how 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise per week benefits is recommended for our ageing population.
Michael interviews Josephine Dowling about her experience and journey through a brain tumour diagnosis.
Michael Sullivan chats with Michele O’Brien, CEO of the Irish Osteoporosis Society, about new Osteoporosis research highlighting bone health concerns.
Michael O’Sullivan interviews Ciara Peters, Brain Tumour Ireland spokesperson, about Wear A Hat Day and the over 400 people that are diagnosed with a brain tumour in Ireland each year.
Karl speaks with Colin White, National projects Manager for the Irish Kidney Association, about Ireland hosting the European Transplant and Dialysis Sports Championships in 2020.
Lifeline 17-10-2019 Michael Sullival speaks to Prof. Francis Finucane from Galway University Hospital about obesity
Michael speaks with Prof. Francis Finucane, consultant Endocrinologist at Galway University Hospital about the call on health services to treat obesity as a disease.
Dementia: Understand Together Campaign invites People with Dementia and their Families to Visit “Memories are Made of This” Show Garden at Bord Bia’s Bloom Estimated 14,712 People Living with Dementia in Dublin People with dementia and their families are being encouraged to…
Amy Campbell illuminates Karl Fenlon on the difficulty in raising a daughter with coeliac disease. Our diagnosis story – Mina Campbell (age 7 at diagnosis) Our daughter never enjoyed sandwiches. We all used to roll our eyes at picnics and school lunches…