High risk gambling with our children?

May 29, 2009

Publication: Offaly Topic

Date: Thursday, April 30, 2009Page: 22

Headline: High risk gambling with our children?

 A new report issued by UNICF on early childhood edu-

cation and care raises some serious questions about the

policies being

Lack of training in suicide counselling

May 28, 2009

BARRY ROCHE, Southern Correspondent

IRISH COUNSELLORS and psychotherapists dealing with suicidal people are not being given adequate specialised training to assist them and instead are having to learn as they go, according to a leading international expert

Schizophrenia link to violence very low

May 26, 2009

Schizophrenia link to violence very low

[Posted: Sun 24/05/2009 by Joanne McCarthy]

Schizophrenia only very marginally increases the risk of committing violent crime, according to a new Swedish study.

The reason there is an over-representation of people

HRT patch aids schizophrenia

May 26, 2009

Publication: Irish Daily Mail

Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Page: 28

Headline: HRT patch aids schizophrenics
                                   HRT patch aids

 

                                   schizophrenics

                                   HRT patches could be an unlikely new
                                   treatment for men and women

Money worries make women spend more

May 22, 2009

Money worries make women spend more

[Posted: Thu 21/05/2009 by Olivia Fens]

More than three quarters of women would go on a shopping spree to cheer themselves up, a new study suggests.

Looking at the findings of

One in five girls suffer from school burnout

May 22, 2009

One in five girls suffer from school burnout

[Posted: Fri 15/05/2009]

The transition to leaving certificate years is a challenge for many young people.

A new study has found that 20% of girls who are high-achievers suffer