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# Wellbeing

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# Health and Safety
You're LESS likely to get injured in work now the Celtic Tiger is over
And less likely during the recession.
Our attention is pulled in so many directions these days – we need to find a sense of calm
It is estimated that over 60,000 thoughts flow through our mind every day (and most of them are repeats).
Opinion: Summer thyme and the remedy's easy...
Gardening expert and holistic practitioner Fiann Ó Nualláin shares some of his secrets on how to survive the summer.
Opinion: 9 ways to reduce stress now
Don’t let modern life get you down – reduce your stress with these easy lifestyle changes.
Time to support players' emotional wellbeing as GAA launches new mental health pack
The packs allow users to tune their mental fitness while on the go thanks to a mental fitness app created by Inspire Ireland.
# Psychology
How can we improve wellbeing in Ireland?
NUI Galway is looking for participants in a new study at the School of Psychology.
# hollow leg
Why some people (and mice) can eat a lot and stay skinny
It may be in the genes – but you don’t give up the exercise or healthy eating just yet…
# lifehack
15 productivity tips to help you escape the 9-5 lifestyle
If you’re spending 12 hours a day at your job and still not finishing your work, it’s time to make a change.
# Wellbeing
How to manage workplace stress
It’s part of modern life – but there are ways to let go…
# Calm
23 scientifically-backed ways to reduce stress
Pets, art, kissing, tea-drinking, writing a journal – some stress-busting strategies you can try out right now.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you read the labels on your food?
Our column today focuses on the nutritional value of some food and why it may not be as it appears. So, do you read the labels on the food you buy and eat?
# Happiness
What recession? Irish rank themselves in top 10 for optimism
A new Gallup survey of international wellbeing sees Ireland comes 9th out of 124 countries in how they rank their lives.
# Twitter Cliques
Happy twits flock together: study
A scientific study has uncovered that the virtual world is just as clique-ridden as the real one. Happy twits flock together – while misery loves company, even on Twitter.