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Casting for Recovery UK and Ireland is an unique fly fishing programme for women with breast cancer, and it held a weekend retreat at the Mount Falcon Estate at Ballina recently where nine woman joined the residential retreat to learn the basics of fly casting as well as attending counselling and medical support groups.
Osteoporosis is a silent disease affecting one in two women and one in four men over the age of 50 in Ireland, although all age groups can be affected.
Ten per cent of those diagnosed with dementia live in the west of Ireland, leading a County Galway based senator to call for a major overhaul and improvement in detection, treatment, and support of dementia sufferers.
With the deadline just days away to sign up for this year's VHI Women's Mini-Marathon on Monday June 6, Cystic Fibrosis Ireland is making a final appeal to the women of Mayo to sign up today and help raise much-needed funds for the charity.
Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South Seán Kyne has called for a national strategy on heart failure which is the number one cause of hospitalisation among over 65s.
A company founded by a Tuam woman has secured funding through Dragons Den to allow them to bring safe manageable solutions for parent with children who suffer from allergies, and anaphylaxis and asthma.
Scientists at NUI Galway have completed a research study funded by Breast Cancer Now that has begun to unravel why women with estrogen receptor positive breast cancer develop a resistance to endocrine treatment, and have found a potential new approach to overcome the problem.
A seminar for women with diabetes will take place on April 9 in the Croí Heart and Stroke Centre, Moyola Lane, Newcastle, Galway.
An initiative, which aims to improve the healthcare needs of people living with heart failure as well as their carers, will be launched next month by the Mayor of Galway city.
On Thursday April 7, Hidden Hearing are hosting a free health screening event in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel, in association with Active Retirement Ireland. The event is free and is on from 9am-5pm.