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What do you know about Alzheimer’s disease? For many people, it is perceived as an ‘old person disease’. Those who know something about Alzheimer’s have generally been exposed to the disease at some personal level, either through a family member or relative living with it or the experience of a friend or colleague.
The Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland in conjunction with Whelehans Pharmacy are hosting a free Dementia and Alzheimer’s Talk in the Greville Arms Hotel, Mullingar on Wednesday April 2 at 7pm.
New state-of-the-art intervention programmes for Alzheimer’s could off-set the onset and progress of the disease by up to five years.
It is great to see the introduction of cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) in the Alzheimer Society of Ireland. While this is an expansion on what families are already doing, we need to revolutionise our interventions to the highest possible levels.
Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis and joint pain. Flexiseq is an innovative treatment for the management of pain and joint stiffness in patients with osteoarthritis. Flexiseq is a gel containing nanostructures called Sequessome vesicles, which are able to cross the skin and target sites of pain when rubbed in.
Following the success of last year’s educational workshops for families of people living with Alzheimer’s disease, Home Instead Senior Care has announced a free workshop to be held in Ballinasloe next week.
Flexiseq has got a lot of attention due to comments from the likes of Arthritis Ireland and top rheumatologists. Flexiseq Gel is now available at Whelehans Pharmacy in Mullingar.
People can learn more about a condition which affects 25,000 people in Mayo at an information talk being held in the city next week.
Learn what a heart attack feels like as it could save your life — This is the message from heart and stroke charity, Croí, which has just launched a heart attack awareness campaign in Mayo, for the month of October, in collaboration with Mayo PCCC, HSE West and Mayo General Hospital.
People can learn more about a condition which affects 35,000 people in Galway at an information talk being held in the city next week.