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NUI Galway’s School of Psychology is seeking participants for a new study to investigate psychological factors that could contribute to medically unexplained physical symptoms and a sense of being disconnected from the environment.
A dedicated team to tackle eating disorders in the west of Ireland, and provide support and treatment to sufferers, must be established.
Independent Cllr Michael Kilcoyne has called for Mayo County Council to take action against tenants who are receiving Housing Assistance Payments from the council, but are causing serious anti-social behaviour that is affecting their neighbours.
For the second meeting of Mayo County Council in a row, Fine Gael Cllr Gerry Coyle has raised the issue of a farmer who got an enforcement letter from Mayo County Council in relation to a cattle crush on his farm.
The Galway City Council has been accused of "apathy" and a "lack of action" over the issue of illegal dumping, with a local election candidate claiming that such dumping is "spiralling out of hand".
On May 25 we will be faced with a simple choice: do we want abortion on demand in Ireland?
A regularly neglected or misunderstood area of preparing for a job interview is that of researching the organisation.
The modern world is full of fraught trials for children and young people, ranging across issues like exam pressure, bullying, poverty, homelessness, radicalisation, suicidal impulses, and the impact of social media.
Chronic stress can lead to many diseases some with very serious consequences such as depression, addiction, anger, insomnia, and other stress related disorders such as allergies, irritable bowel, ulcers, arthritis, anxiety, acne, eczema, heartburn, infertility, impotence, migraine, neck and back pain, night terrors, and psoriasis, to name a few.
A public meeting on coping with depression will take place in Galway tomorrow (Friday).