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Opinion: I was always adamant I'd never have the snip ... but I did
It was incomprehensible to me that I would ever intentionally harm such a vital part of my body. I’d sooner lose a leg, writes Eric Nolan.
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'I won’t ever be able to understand exactly how the HPV vaccine works. So as a parent I have to trust the experts'
The desire to protect and care for your child is indescribable, writes Eric Nolan. And that means doing your best to keep them safe.
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'Having seen how much my wife went through, it felt so wrong to be heading out the door'
As a father, I’ve found returning to work after a few days very difficult, writes Eric Nolan.
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'Pooper snoopers are needed to stop family walks ending in excrement being scrubbed from shoes'
Excrement of unknown origin, which poses real health risks as well as being disgusting, is invading our homes, writes Eric Nolan.
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This is why I'm against... homework
We are all busier these days. Quality time is at a premium. Let’s get rid of the homework and build in more family activity time, writes Eric Nolan.
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Humanless libraries and driverless cars: 'We will live to regret them'
The Declaration of Amsterdam, which commits EU support for driverless vehicles, may have been endorsed by Transport Ministers last April, writes Eric Nolan.