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The charity Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) is warning Galway people that cases of meningitis and septicaemia are expected to rise over Christmas.
The findings of the National Patient Experience Survey, launched on Monday last, highlight positive patient experiences at Mayo University Hospital, showing above average positive findings for the Castlebar based campus.
Galway will be among a number of cities participating today (Nov 30) in an Irish-led global commemorative event taking place at which organ donors and their families will be remembered, and their generosity acknowledged. This global event involves an inter-city gifting of stone sculpted candles, symbolising the light of humanity shone through donation, and will also include the reading of an open letter expressing the deep sense of appreciation and gratitude felt by society to organ donors and their families.
Would you like to learn more about rheumatoid arthritis and joint replacement? If so, you may be interested in attending a free patient education evening being held at the Galway Clinic.
Most people associate acupuncture with the alleviation of pain, particularly in the neck, back, and shoulder. However acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can treat a wide range of conditions. The World Health Organisation supports the use of acupuncture as a treatment for conditions such as cancer, arthritis, anxiety, fertility, pain, migraine, and many more.
Bloating is when your tummy is puffy, and feels stretched and uncomfortable due to temporary abdominal distension.
The Saolta University Health Care Group in consultation with the RCSI will host a cardiac surgery study day at the Medtronic Customer Innovation Centre in Galway on Friday, November 24.
Ireland is trailing behind its European neighbours in the treatment of a progressive lung disease, a leading charity has warned.
Chronic fatigue syndrome (ME): Anyone suffering from ME would have wide ranging symptoms and severity. The most common symptom is overwhelming exhaustion or fatigue after doing things which did not make you feel tired before. Other symptoms can include flu-like symptoms, swollen glands, and painful joints. It is a difficult condition to diagnose.
Most of us have suffered from colds, flus, painful conditions, injuries, etc, at some point, which keep us awake at night or disrupt our sleep, which can result in feeling tired the next day, but at least in those cases we know the reason. Some people are suffering from constant tiredness, lack of energy, and fatigue, and they do not know why. If you think you are one of these people, talk to your GP.