The brief Indian summer is settling into autumn and the temperature is dropping rapidly. The seasonal merry go round continues even after the strangest summer in my memory and the vegetable world carries on oblivious to the chaos which can only be a good thing. It’s time to put away […]

Last week we had an amazing live webinar with Patrick Holford – it was a fascinating evening, and it was great to hear Patrick’s insights on immunity and health and Covid. Being able to ask him questions is always fascinating, he has an interesting scientific and evidence based approach to […]

Advertisements on TV of mothers nursing their babies give the impression that it is easy and enjoyable all the time. In these perfect views, there is no indication of the issues that can arise with breastfeeding, among which are too much breast milk, thrush infections, blocked milk ducts, tongue tie, […]

Last month the documentary ‘Unquiet Graves’ by Seán Murray aired on Irish television. The film took four years to make and two years of relentless questioning and pressure by Mr. Murray before RTÉ commissioned it to air, as the broadcaster felt the information contained within was too sensitive for the […]

After the washout in August, the weather in September was a bit more pleasant, giving tillage farmers an opportunity to get back into fields and salvage any crops they weren’t able to harvest earlier. That said estimated losses are in the region of 15 to 20 per cent. While the […]

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