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It was that all too familiar feeling in Croke Park last Sunday, when Maurice Deegan blew the full time whistle. While 'The Auld Triangle' drowned out the celebrations from the Hill and Dublin supporters around the ground, for us Mayo folk, we sat back and took stock of what had happened, just like we did in 89, 96, 97, 04, 06, 12, 13, and now once more in 2016. If you have not heard the last lamenting few minutes of Mid West Radio's commentary from Mike Finnerty and John Casey, it captures the feeling we all felt as well as anything could. "It's just not meant to be, it's just not meant to be for Mayo," was how Mike called it, before a few seconds of silence came from their microphones before he was able to try to put some sense on what happened. While when he could finally get some words in Casey emotionally adds "is there ever a God going to smile on us," and, "Ah give give us a break, give us a break for God's sake, that team deserve something."
It’s that time of year again…sale time! The Laser and Skin Clinic are having a two-day sale on October 12 and 13, so make sure you mark the date in your diary. For two days only, receive 50 per cent off selected skin treatments, buy one get one half price on dermal fillers, and 10 per cent off all product ranges!
The liver is constantly producing bile. When it isn’t needed for the digestion of food, the bile enters the gallbladder to be stored. Here water is extruded concentrating the bile and making it 10 to 15 times stronger than the bile produced by the liver. Bile digests fat; it also contains waste eliminated by the liver as it breaks down drugs, hormones, and proteins. Bile is released into the duodenum to aid digestion.
The Coeliac Society of Ireland, in association with SuperValu, will hold an in-store event in Tuam next week as part of a nationwide series of events on coeliac disease and gluten-free living.
A new report entitled A Story Half Told, which looks at the extent of misconceptions around metastatic breast cancer (mBC), has been launched by a group of leading experts. Survey results outlined in the report reveal that 95 per cent of women in Ireland believe breast cancer can be cured if it’s caught and treated early.
New insight into the function of a gene important in the suppression of cancer was published this week published today, when esearchers at the National University of Ireland Galway have shown that the TP53 gene has even greater anti-cancer activity than previously thought.
Most types of head pain are classified as tension, chronic, or migraine headaches. Chronic headaches occur every day whereas migraine headaches are usually one-sided and moderate or severe in intensity. However no matter what the category, the pain of ongoing headaches can impact every aspect of life and cause emotional stress to the sufferer.