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After a series of hugely successful open days, medical herbalist Patrick Murphy will host his first energy health screening open day of the year at the Clayton Hotel, Galway, on Saturday January 19 from 8am to 7pm, using the Supertronic health screening device.
Local men's and women’s health clinician, Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, and Dr Audrey Kinahan, pharmacist, University Pharmacy, have announced details of an upcoming Looking Forward after Breast Cancer Surgery seminar.
The recent outbreak of meningitis cases, including three deaths from the illness, has led to a Galway TD demanding the Government consider providing the meningitis B vaccine free to all children.
Retraining as a naturopathic nutritional therapist can open the door to a rewarding career helping yourself and others to better health. A diploma course in naturopathic nutrition can be studied part time at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Galway, Dublin, or Cork.
A south Roscommon community has been numbed with grief following the tragic death of Lecarrow native, Trevor Brennan, in a tragic river accident.
Christmas is a great time for the entire family to come together and enjoy some fun moments.
At this time of year colds and flus are very common. “Colds and flu have similar symptoms such as stuffy nose, cough, sore throat, and fever which can make people feel unwell,” says pharmacist Audrey Kinahan of University Late Night Pharmacy. "The flu is more serious and sometimes may lead to more serious complications such as pneumonia. It can be much more serious for some groups of patients including pregnant women and the elderly who should seek medical attention.”
University Hospital Galway became the first public hospital in the country recently to use high dose-rate (HDR) brachytherapy to treat patients with prostate cancer.
This Christmas, to save you from tears, give your eyes some TLC at Oranmore Optometrists.
Sales of antihistamines and boxes of tissues go up in winter but especially during the holidays. Here are some of the causes of the spike in allergies: Food – during winter holidays people eat out, with lots of seasonal and unusual foods, and parties where you may not know the ingredients of the foods you are consuming, ending with some unpleasant allergic reaction. Alcohol may affect judgment, and you may forget to check the ingredients to which you are allergic.