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AIDS West free testing campaign is necessary with HIV on the rise again

Increasing numbers of people at risk from HIV, which is once again on the rise, is a major concern for Aids West.

New Year – New Beginnings at Strive Clinic

January sees the launch of a number of classes and workshops at Strive Clinic, Galway.

Study shows the air in your home may be putting your health at risk

A new study by the Asthma Society of Ireland, sponsored by Envirion and NuWave Sensors, shows that improving indoor air quality may help people with asthma manage their symptoms. The research suggests air quality monitoring and air cleaning could be a vital part of ongoing asthma management.

The time for United to deliver is now

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A critical encounter in Galway United's SSE Airtricity League premier division campaign takes place at Richmond Park tomorrow against St Patrick's Athletic (7.45pm).

Research improves pregnancy outcomes for women in west with diabetes

NUI Galway’s Professor Fidelma Dunne has own the overall award at the Irish Healthcare Awards 2016 as judges deemed that her research to improve pregnancy outcomes for women with diabetes, would have an outstanding impact on patient access and care while also making cost savings to service delivery.

Consultant Urogynaecologist to address BPW Galway Women’s Health event

Consultant Urogynaecologist Dr Mary Pat Fitzgerald will speak at a special BPW Galway Women’s Health event on Monday next April 11 at 8pm in the Ardiluan Hotel.

Mother Africa cultural event for Athenry

A Mother Africa cultural event in aid of Cecelia’s Foundation for the Disabled International and Mother Africa Charity Shop will take place in Athenry next week.

Women’s health evening

The North Mayo Primary Care Team—which covers the areas of Crossmolina, Killala, Ballycastle and Lahardane—will hold a free health information evening on women’s health on Thursday November 4 at the Townhall, Crossmolina, at 8pm.

Two NUIG students win documentary award

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TWO NUI, Galway students - Richard Walsh and Julian Ulrichs - have won the Best Short Documentary prize at the Radharc Awards in Dublin for their short documentary FGM – No Way Home.

Call for law to criminalise female genital mutilation

The government is being urged to take further steps to eliminate female genital mutilation by making the practice illegal in Ireland.


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