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Parents of multiple births in Galway are invited to attend a get together at Busy Bees in Oranmore on Tuesday March 3 at 3pm.
”Given the current economic situation there is clearly a case for a reduction in the number of quango bodies, particularly if significant financial reinvestment in front-line services can be made as a result,” stated councillor Marie Fitzpatrick.
There are no easy answers when it comes to fertility, but Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has some answers that are slowly gaining acceptance in Western culture.
Concealed pregnancies are more common in rural communities than urban areas, according to a recent report.
Galway Free Range Eggs has moved to reassure consumers of the quality of its product following the news that a businessman who runs an unrelated firm is facing fraud charges in the UK over the distribution of eggs falsely labelled as free range or organic.
A fertility programme based on 30 years of scientific research and practical experience has yielded the ultimate result for three local couples.
A sheep and cattle farmer, who dug up 300 metres of the Srahnalong river bed, which runs through his land, was before Ballinrobe District Court sitting in Castlebar last week, as the farmer carried out these works during a protected spawning season.
Fine Gael Longford/Westmeath Senator Nicky McFadden has warned of the danger of cutting maternity services at Portiuncula Hospital and the threat it would pose to the lives of expectant mothers and their unborn babies.