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Energy Health screening open day at the Twelve Hotel, Barna, Galway with medical herbalist Patrick Murphy
After hugely successful open days, Medical herbalist Patrick Murphy will be hosting his energy health screening open day at the Twelve Hotel, Barna, Galway on Sunday 21st October from 9.00am to 6.00pm using the Supertronic health screening device.
THREE YEARS ago, Galwegian Jamie Marshall was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. "Since then Cancer Care West has been my lifeline. They have done so much for me I wanted to give something back."
GMIT Mayo will host a Human Rights seminar in conjunction with the Rights Review Committee of Western Care Association and Mayo Self Advocacy, in the Mayo campus on Tuesday, October 16, at 6pm, as part of Mayo Social Inclusion week.
Cancer Care West, the West of Ireland cancer charity, is to launch a new bus service for Mayo Cancer patients who travel to University Hospital Galway to receive treatment for cancer.
With a 25 per cent increase in the number of breast cancer cases over ten years, the Irish Cancer Society is urging women to be aware of the signs and symptoms of the disease.
Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system.
Would you like to be in better shape?
Would you like to be in better shape? Do you find yourself frustrated by feeling short on time but full of good intentions? Then you will be pleased to know that the ever-popular ‘ Lose Fat Around the Middle’ healthy eating, inch and weight loss course is enrolling now for a one day workshop in t he Harbour Hotel, Galway, on Saturday, October 20.
After hugely successful open days, medical herbalist Patrick Murphy will be hosting his health screening open day at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone this Sunday, October 14 from 9am to 5pm using the Supertronic health screening device.
Ahead of big Galway Races fundraiser, professor stresses importance of early detection in beating breast cancer
The incidence of breast cancer is expected to double by 2040. This is attributable to increased detection, women living longer, and the fact that our western lifestyle predisposes us to this condition which affects 3,000 women and 20 men in Ireland annually.