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Bloating is when your tummy is puffy, feels stretched and uncomfortable due to temporary abdominal distension. Common causes are overeating, eating too fast, swallowing food too quickly, talking while eating and swallowing air, certain foods which can cause gas such as beans, lentils, cabbage, cauliflower, and drinking too many fizzy drinks.
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.
THE AMAZING Apples and Rofi James, along with iRadio's Louise Clarke, will join forces for the Gig Against Cancer to raise funds for Cancer Care West's Inis Aoibhinn facility and East Galway & Midlands Cancer Support.
When this primary school student enrolled with First Class Learning he was struggling at maths and was not confident in his abilities. An individualised programme was devised to suit his needs and, working for just 10 minutes a day, after 18 months work, this student had progressed from a lower D to an A level grade. His confidence was restored and he was ready to tackle maths concepts that were new to him.
This primary school student came to First Class Learning struggling at maths and was not confident in his abilities. An individualised programme was devised to suit his needs and ability. Working just 10 minutes a day can make all the difference - after 18 months’ work, this student had progressed from a lower D to an A level grade. His confidence was restored and he was ready to tackle maths concepts that were new to him.
Bloating is a subjective feeling of fullness in your abdomen, not necessarily related to the actual expansion of your waistline or the amount of gas produced. It usually indicates poor digestive function and shortage of friendly bacteria in your bowels.
Katie Joyce has been through the mill, yet she is still only in her teens. For the past two years, the Clarinbridge teenager has battled serious illness, yet through it all, has faced all her challenges with determination and realisation that you do not fully appreciate life until your health is challenged.
Cancer Care West is delighted to launch a new course, aimed at people who have finished their cancer treatment.
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.