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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.
O’Beirn’s Pharmacy, Henry Street, Galway, has recently come under new management, and has introduced a number of price reductions. Prescription medicines at O’Beirn’s are now at similar prices to the UK and other EU countries.
The GRETB Training Centre has announced another free full-time day training course in Mervue. The retail pharmacy skills programme will commence on March 14. The programme is open to all unemployed adults and preference given to those in receipt of social protection payments.
With many of us abandoning our new year’s resolutions almost as soon as we begin, pharmacists are reminding people that they are there to offer support to those who want to have a healthier lifestyle.
The common cold is viral and will last for up to 10 days and will leave you feeling flat with symptoms like blocked noses, coughs, and nasal drips.
Many of us will catch a cold this winter and cold remedies seem to be as common as the common cold itself.
Following the launch of Nevin’s Pharmacy new logo and slogan, proprietor pharmacist, Dr Barra Nevin talks about their meaning and the future of Pharmacy.