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Feel the health benefits of Ashwagandha from Au Naturel

Now available from Au Naturel, Irishtown, Athlone, Ashwagandha is an ayurvedic herb often referred to as Indian ginseng. Ayurveda is the traditional system of healing in India. Ashwagandha is one of the most highly prized plants for rejuvenating and strengthening mind and body.

Conference to explore role of public and patient involvement in research

NUI Galway is hosting the fourth national conference on Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) in research on Wednesday May 1. The theme of the conference this year is Progressing Together, reflecting the continuous learning and growth of the PPI community.

Home Instead Galway hosts free dementia workshops in the community

Home Instead Senior Care Galway and local libraries are hosting a series of free Dementia Workshops this September, which is World Alzheimer’s Month.

New research yields breakthrough results in the treatment of Alzheimer’s using eyesight and fish oil supplements

A Waterford based research team have found that a nutritional supplement combination of carotenoids and trout oil may slow down Alzheimer’s disease.

Rejuvenate body and mind with ashwaganda

Ashwaganda is an ayurvedic herb often referred to as ‘indian ginseng’.

Did you know that periodontal disease could cause heart disease?

Does a healthy mouth equal a healthy heart? Could better brushing and flossing make the difference? The answer is yes.

Strengthen mind and body with Ashwaganda

Ashwaganda is an ayurvedic herb often referred to as ‘Indian Ginseng’. It is part of the traditional system of healing in India.

Did you know that periodontal disease could cause heart disease?

Does a healthy mouth equal a healthy heart? Could better brushing and flossing make the difference? The answer is yes.

Galway Golf Club to host Western Alzheimers Tea Day

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On Wednesday May 3, Galway Golf Club will host a Tea Day for Western Alzheimers.

Did you know that periodontal disease could cause heart disease?

Does a healthy mouth equal a healthy heart? Could better brushing and flossing make the difference? The answer is yes.

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