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25 Sep 2017 Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week: 1.4 million people at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning »

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week: 1.4 million people at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning

1.4 million people at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning because they don’t have a carbon monoxide alarm 650,000 people have blocked a vent to keep heat in and draughts out, which could create additional risk of CO poisoning A third of people have not had their boiler serviced within the past year putting them at greater risk Carbon monoxide awareness week takes place from 25th September – 1st October 2017 Monday 25th September 2017. 1.4 million people are at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning in Ireland as they are living in fuel-burning homes without a carbon monoxide alarm. New research, to mark the...

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20 Sep 2017 Pop-up radio station Walk in My Shoes Radio announced for Mental Health Awareness Week »

Pop-up radio station Walk in My Shoes Radio announced for Mental Health Awareness Week

Pop-up radio station Walk in My Shoes Radio announced for Mental Health Awareness Week   Walk in My Shoes Radio returns to broadcast live from St Patrick’s Mental Health Services from Monday 9th October until Friday 13th October Wednesday 20th September 2017. St Patrick’s Mental Health Services today announced that its Walk in My Shoes Radio (WIMS Radio), Ireland’s only pop-up radio station dedicated to the promotion of positive mental health, will return to broadcast live from St Patrick’s University Hospital from Monday 9th October until Friday 13th October to mark World...

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