Dr Nina Byrnes in studio to answers listeners health questions - Today in light of the death of Robin Williams she spoke about anxiety and depression. Questions then came in involving nervousness in early pregnancy, morning sickness and miscarriages
Dr Caitriona Henchion was on the line to talk about the importance of going for your regular smear test and how the screening process has proven to reduce the death rate of cervical cancer. You can find out more about the screening process and where to find a centre near you at www.cervicalcheck.ie
In today's papers there was a story of a man who was addicted to fizzy drinks, and was drinking 24 cans of fizzy drinks a day. Colm asks listeners to get in touch who were/are also addicted to fizzy drinks.
Karl Henry was in studio to do an exercise clinic because the British Medical Journal recently found that exercise is as good as a medicine for people with certain conditions. Karl mentioned that the next series of Operation Transformation in getting under way and they are looking for people who want to transform their lives for the better - If you are interested in becoming a leader you can e-mail email@example.com or call Sinéad or Bríd on 01 8641444
Young people have always faced challenges in forming healthy emotional and sexual relationships but this generation is facing a landscape that is changing faster and more radically than ever before. Graphic sexual imagery is increasingly prominent in our popular culture. Deborah Mulvany is a counselling psychologist and she has explored why this is happening and how this is affecting young Irish people today. Where are the new norms on sexuality and relationships coming from? Is it parents, teachers and friends, or is it social media, the internet and pornography? Ryan spoke to Deborah about the documentary Generation Sex which airs ...