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# Detox

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# Recall
Protein supplements and detox drink among five products recalled by food standards authority
The potential allergens were not listed on the products’ packaging.
# Toxins
Why a detox diet is possibly the worst way to kick off the new year
Your liver and kidneys are a perfectly efficient system for filtering out the vast majority of the harmful substances we eat and drink.
# warning
Woman in UK hospitalised after taking herbal remedies for New Year detox
The woman collapsed and suffered a seizure after consuming a number of herbal medicines, including valerian root.
# Detox
Giving up the booze for January? Good, because here's what hangovers do to your body
Can’t look at another drink?
# kale us
12 ways your juicing regimen is driving everyone insane
We need a detox from your detoxing.
Column: Cut the 'fat talk' in front of kids
Discussing diets and weight loss resolutions may seem normal during January, but remember that impressionable young minds are taking it all in, writes Laura Larkin.
Column: Feeling bloated? Here's your guide to the best, safest way to detox...
Our reliance on processed and convenience food has created eating habits that are having an increasingly negative effect on our bodies. Detoxing in a gentle, sustainable way can be a great way to redress the balance, writes Dorcas Barry.
# keltoi house
Just eight out of 20 beds in operation at successful HSE rehab unit
Brendan Kiernan manager of Keltoi House said “the completion rate makes it very cost-effective”.
# Rehab
Mabbutt allays fears for Gascoigne's life after intensive care scare
The footballer’s former Tottenham teammate told Sky Sports that Gazza is ‘on the road to recovery’.
# ow my arteries
6 foods that will disgust you into post-Christmas detox
After reading this, you won’t be able to so much as LOOK at a chip.
# Cancer
Wearing a tight bra? Public greatly misinformed about cancer risks
A significant portion of the Irish population believe wearing a tight bra, a blow to the breasts and mobile phone usage are cancer risks.
Column: If you're not religious, why observe a Lenten sacrifice?
As children, we used to try to get out of Lenten obligations – now we use them as if they are a second chance at New Year’s resolutions.
# Drugs
Plans for new supervised drug injecting centre in Dublin
The Ana Liffey Drug Project also wants to develop a Naloxone programme and a crisis detox unit for drug users.