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Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Michael Mosley, the man who popularised the 5:2 diet, and his team of doctors are in Chester to test if simply standing up more could transform our health. Mosley also interrogates the experts on the subject of statins. These cholesterol-lowering drugs can reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, but at what risk?
Stories from the delivery room as told by obstetrician and gynaecologist Jim Dornan. The book details real-life stories and documents the changes in the field over the last 40 years. Very moving and inspiring. You will need tissues for this one.
National suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console is holding a one-day training programme entitled QPR (Question, Persuade and Refer) at the Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, tomorrow. Question, persuade and refer are three simple steps that anyone can quickly learn to help save a life from suicide, says Console founder and CEO Paul Kelly. As a QPR-trained gatekeeper, you will learn to recognise the warning signs, know how to offer hope, help and save a life. The course costs €75 and runs from 10am to 4.30pm. www.console.ie; (01) 610 2638.