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Men's health seminar

Men’s health clinician Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, has announced details of the upcoming Men’s Health Seminar. The seminar will take place on November 5 in the Ardilaun Hotel, from 7pm to 9pm. Attendance is €10 payable at the door. Tea and coffee is included and a free raffle.

Why pay more for your prescriptions?

Have you priced your prescription yet at O'Beirn's Pharmacy?

Why pay more for your prescriptions?

Have you priced your prescription yet at O'Beirn's Pharmacy?

Men’s Health Week calls to address ignored medical concerns

 

Status yellow: pollen season expected to hit Ireland early June

As it seems we are set to continue enjoying this sunny weather, hay fever could cause misery for numerous sufferers across Ireland.

New initiative launched for Athlone businesses

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'Business Champions' is a new initiative recently established in Athlone.

Corrandulla pharmacist finalist in national awards

Corrandulla pharmacist Justin O’Connell has been nominated for a prestigious national award, which could yet see him crowned Pharmaton People’s Pharmacist of the Year 2018.

Pharmacy sales and retail skills course starting soon at the GRETB Training Centre

CEO of Retail Excellence Ireland Lorraine Higgins recently addressed a group of learners attending the GRETB Training Centres retail sales course on the importance of the retail industry in Ireland today.

Are you tired of being tired all the time?

We have natural sleeping and waking patterns, knows as circadian rhythms, which refer to fluctuations in body temperature, hormone levels, energy levels, and sleep. These occur over a 24-hour period, driven by the brain’s biological ‘clock’. These natural rhythms from day to night allow us to have an abundance of energy throughout the day, but also encourage us to wind down and switch off at night in order to have six to eight hours of restful and restorative sleep.

Talk to your GP or pharmacist about avoiding pneumo this winter

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More than 500,000 people aged 65 and older in Ireland are at risk of getting pneumococcal disease, or pneumo, this winter.

 

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