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# Awareness

Last year
Tour leader Vingegaard 'understands' doping scepticism
'For all of my 20s I've been on dialysis, so I'd just take anything at this stage'
'I found myself looking into the mirror... feeling like I was looking at someone else'
All time
'I had gotten to the stage where I was starting to think about making myself sick'
'There was no understanding of suicide' - Galway star recalls cousin's death in documentary
Eight-time All-Ireland winner opens up about arthritis diagnosis at just 20 years of age
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre says 'more people than ever are disclosing and seeking help'
Poll: Do you think breastfeeding is promoted enough?
29% of those who care for a loved one with cancer do so for at least 39 hours a week
After losing his mother to suicide at 11, hurler running marathon in Antarctic for suicide prevention
'I've had asthma attacks at school, on holidays, even my debs - I've just had to learn to live with it'
Call for special taskforce to Tallaght area after concerns about suicide deaths
Living alone in old age: 'When my wife died, I discovered I didn't have close friends. It's lonely'
This is how a Dublin teenager single-handedly set off to raise suicide awareness in her local area
From Austria to Armagh - this Irishman is trekking 2,500km across Europe for dementia
'Us men don't talk about things, we think 'Ah, it'll go away''
In photos: Over 150,000 people at 150 locations take part in Darkness into Light
'He ended up in an induced coma': Matt Dawson on his son's meningitis battle
'My epilepsy diagnosis gave me impetus to achieve as much as I can to prove all the naysayers wrong'
Ailbhe Benson
The number of people self-harming in Ireland is continuing to rise
NWCI criticises €1m campaign against domestic violence, but minister says it's backed by research
'When I was told my brother had died by suicide, I crumbled to the floor and howled'
Michelle Ross
Know someone with dementia? Here are 5 ways to reach out to them
Over 30 Irish buildings to light up to raise awareness of 'one of the most painful conditions known to science'
"When I woke up I couldn't move arms, legs - so I had to start from scratch again"
New HIV cases in injecting drug users had a big rise in 2015
Vast majority of elderly abuse is carried out by a close friend or family member
'My sister and I have never let it stop us from doing what we want to do'
'If I do break my diet I would be very sick" - living with coeliac disease isn't easy
GAA players are urging men to check their testicles
Limerick beauty queen speaks of finding body of friend who died by suicide
Dublin Mayor throws weight behind 'What's in the Powder?' drugs campaign
New rapid HIV testing project looking to Ireland's bars and workplaces
"When he died, a lot of my dreams and my hopes died with him"
Coffee cups in Dublin are going to urge people to get tested for HIV
The 'devastating' common illness we need to talk about
This man overcame cancer as a teenager and now helps others who are diagnosed
Felix Jones' own close call has him leading the charge for wheelchair accessibility
So how did Kellie Maloney get on at the LGBT matchmaking festival?
Celebrity suicides lead to increase in suicidal tendencies