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It is that time of the year again, cold and flu season is upon us, and with that comes runny noses, aching bones, headaches and head colds.
Pharmacists have urged parents to be extremely careful when giving medicines to children and to always seek the advice of a pharmacist before giving a child any medication.
With the summer holidays upon us and more Irish people staycationing in Ireland, it is so important that people equip themselves with the right information and solutions to take control of hayfever and manage symptoms.
We are delighted to announce that Healthwise Pharmacy Oranmore is now open next to Arlington House Medical Centre, Dublin Road, Oranmore.
New roadside drug testing technology, which has been introduced to assist gardaí in identifying motorists driving under the influence of cocaine, marijuana, opiates and benzodiazepines, such as Valium, has Irish motorists' backing.
t is difficult as a parent to watch when your child is in pain. From the early days of teething and nappy rash to sore throats and bruised knees, we never stop worrying about our little ones. We want to be there for them and help them to cope with any pain they experience.
Pharmacists have issued a reminder to parents to be extremely careful when giving medicines to children and to always seek the advice of a pharmacist before giving a child any medication.
While many view Christmas as a time to be merry, drinking alcohol and taking certain medicines can be dangerous, according to Dr Audrey Kinahan of University Late Night Pharmacy (located across from the entrance to University College Hospital), a Galway pharmacist, who advises people to seek advice before mixing medicines and alcohol this Christmas.
Pharmacist twin sisters Ann and Deirdre Butler from Ballina have bought a business from another family of pharmacists which has been in existence for almost 70 years. They have bought two pharmacies from the Higgins family located on Teeling Street and Market Cross in Sligo town.
Well-known gardener Diarmuid Gavin has created informative videos and a low-pollen plant guide to encourage people with hayfever back into the garden this summer.