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According to new research from Thérapie Clinic, the majority of Irish people (58 per cent) are uncomfortable with starting to look older and almost half (47 per cent) would consider fillers to counteract this.
An information evening on prostate cancer will be held in Menlo Park Hotel on Thursday November 12.
A retired nurse who developed a condition - which is the leading cause of blindness in over 50s in Ireland - is appealing to the public not to take their eyesight for granted.
After eight successful years Dr David Hanney, Dr Catherine O’Mahony, Dr Lorna Joyce and Dr Dan Delaney are moving from their thriving practice in the Orantown Centre to a recently renovated building on the Dublin Road, Oranmore. The new premises are strategically located just off the Oranbeg roundabout and comprises of 4000 sq feet with 13 consultation rooms. The new premises are modern, spacious and very accessible.
During the past few weeks I have tried to give some of the formative influences on the life of the writer Eilís Dillon as she grew up in Galway. The impact of her parents’ (Professor Tom Dillon and Geraldine Plunkett) commitment to the War of Independence, and her nightly fears of sudden raids on their home by the Black and Tans was a nightmare that stayed with her all her life.
I am sure that the good sisters at the renowned Ursuline convent school, Sligo, had no idea what they were letting themselves in for when Eilís Dillon and her sisters landed as boarders at their door. The Dillon girls were confident, challenging and extremely well read. Much of that confidence came from their fiercely nationalistic mother and father and their commitment during the War of Independence. Both parents were imprisoned; their father, Professor Tom Dillon, was ‘on the run’ for most of that time.