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# Worry

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'A bit of a tweak' is the verdict on Dublin star Brogan's injury after Leinster quarter-final
The 2010 Footballer of the Year went off injured in the first half against Laois yesterday.
Column: Anxiety often breeds perfectionism and success. But at what cost to the individual?
The fear of failure is a powerful motivator, but when does worrying become destructive?
What's going on with beloved Dublin shop Knobs & Knockers?
A photo of the sign being removed has sparked alarm that it could be closing.
O'Driscoll: Pro rugby players are guinea pigs for concussion study
It’s a job that has to be done, says the former Ireland captain.
Paula Radcliffe admits she may never run competitively again
“I have a little window of hope and I would rather be able to finish my career in a race,” Radcliffe, 39, said earlier today.
The impact of bed-wetting on Irish mothers
Over two thirds said they were sad their child has to cope with bed-wetting, while 68 per cent were stressed by changing bed sheets.
Here's a worrying image of Stephen Ferris to give you 'Bok-themed nightmares tonight
It was another rout in Ravenhill for Ulster tonight, but as you can see, the news was not all good.
McIlroy 'a hot and cold player', says Watson
“He seems like he’s got such a rhythmic golf swing he should never miss a shot with that thing,” said the eight-time major winner.
Column: Are we turning into a nation of worriers?
Ireland’s public problems are causing private anguish – and it’s all coming out in the counselling room, writes therapist Eoin Stephens.
Kidney faces anxious wait on Murphy
The Irish full-back sat out training this morning with a hamstring strain.