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The prostate is a small gland, about the size of a walnut, and is situated just below the male bladder. It produces fluid which binds with semen aiding in the motility of sperm.
A state of the art Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) Clinic has opened on Merchant Road in the city offering therapeutic and healing treatment to the people of Galway and beyond.
When it comes to important decisions, eight in 10 of us trust out gut, but very few care to look after it.
As it is January there are a lot of visitors to Evergreen Eyre Square who are suffering with coughs and chest infections. Unfortunately, a cough or chest infection is part of the winter for many, and some vulnerable people may find it hard to recover.
Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian
Sinusitis or sinus infection is inflammation of the air cavities within the passages of the nasal cavity. Tiny holes that connect your nasal passages to your sinuses get blocked. It can be caused by a number of factors including colds and flu viruses, infection, polyps, allergies, and irritants. If your sinuses cannot drain properly it causes inflammation and swelling around the nasal area. This can directly affect your breathing, cause pain, irritation, and headaches and affect your day to day living.
Up to 60 elective orthopaedic operations are being cancelled each week at Merlin Park Hospital following the detection of a significant leak last month in a flat roof housing the hospital's two orthopaedic theatres.
Recent research shows that 80 per cent of all infections are spread by hands.
More than 500,000 people aged 65 and older in Ireland are at risk of getting pneumococcal disease, or pneumo, this winter.
Winter is here – bringing with it stuffy colds, coughs, chest infections, sore throats, and energy draining flus. The good news is that by treating yourself to acupuncture treatments and healthy doses of Chinese herbal medicines you can prevent or eliminate these annoying symptoms and maintain a fit, active, lifestyle.