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Reflexology for better wellbeing at Catherine Schreiber Reflexology Clinic

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Catherine Schreiber, a French native, worked in Millau in the south of France for 10 years as a reflexologist, reiki therapist, and massage therapist. In 2004 she trained in reflexology at the International Institute of Reflexology, and graduated in 2005.

Renewed health warning on deadly radon

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The EPA has reissued its call to Mayo householders to get their homes tested for high levels of the cancer causing gas, radon.

Farmers being encouraged to wrap their silage bales in pink this summer

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This week's spell of sunshine has led to a flurry of farmers cutting grass in anticipation of making bales of silage and hay. People may have noticed fields around Galway featuring a new bright colour in the form of a more feminine pink wrap on the round bales. If so, commend the farmer for supporting a clever new initiative called 'Wrap it Pink'.

Westport woman joins international cancer research project

A science researcher from Westport has joined an international research project to identify how people can cut their cancer risk by changing their diets.

Cancer survivors bring dragon boat racing to Lannagh

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Ornate and colourful dragon boats are not exactly a familiar sight on the calm waters of Lough Lannagh.

Cancer patients had appointments cancelled due to staff shortages

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Forty patients who were due to attend an outpatient cancer clinic at University Hospital Galway on Tuesday had their appointments cancelled due to a shortage of staff.

Twenty per cent of Mayo homes tested have high radon levels

Twenty per cent of homes tested in Mayo for radon, after a local awareness campaign on the issue, have been shown to have unacceptable levels of the cancer causing gas.

Galway Hospice is ‘solution to hospital-overcrowding’ says Walsh

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The Galway Hospice is the “solution to hospital-overcrowding crisis”, but if the Government “fails to see this” it raises “serious questions about this administration and its commitment to health-service reform in Galway”.

NUI Galway researcher wins award for breakthrough in bowel cancer

A cancer researcher at NUI Galway has clinched a prestigious award for her groundbreaking work in the area of bowel cancer.

Twenty per cent of Mayo homes tested have high radon levels

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Twenty per cent of homes tested in Mayo for radon, after a local awareness campaign on the issue, have been shown to have unacceptable levels of the cancer causing gas.

 

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