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Exercise, such as swimming, is an essential part of any programme for health and wellbeing

Exercise, such as swimming, is an essential part of any programme for health and wellbeing

Exercise, such as swimming, is an essential part of any programme for health and wellbeing

Members of the public are invited to a free symposium addressed by a range of specialists on how to improve health and wellbeing.

The event will take place on October 13 at the Royal College of Physicians in Kildare St, Dublin between 6pm and 8pm.

Doctors will give tips on a healthier lifestyle and offer some practical advice on simple changes. Among the speakers is GP Dr Ciara Kelly, who is a newspaper columnist and a regular contributor to television and radio.

Dr Mick Molloy of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine will suggest how you can find ways to incorporate some exercise into your daily life.

It will also include experts on mental well-being and how to stop smoking. Cookery writer Dominic Kemp will give a cookery demonstration.

For a complete guide to St Luke's Symposium 2014 and for registration details, log on to www.rcpi.ie/stlukes.

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