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A campaign to inform people about the cost and availability of flu vaccine needs to get the message out to everyone in the coming weeks, Fianna Fail Cllr Donogh Killilea told the Regional Health Forum this week.
The backlog in cancer screening and treatment services is "concerning" and demands an all party response and increased funding from the Government.
The Marie Keating Foundation’s ‘Stand Up For Your Prostate’ campaign aims to increase awareness of prostate cancer and encourages men to talk about their health.
Deputy Denis Naughten has called on Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly and the HSE to ensure evening and weekend flu vaccination clinics are provided to facilitate access for school children and working families.
Do not let an injury hold you back. Hyperbaric oxygenation at OxyGeneration is beneficial for a range of sports injuries including muscle and tendon damage, muscle fatigue, bone breakages, joint inflammation, ACL, and recovery post-surgery.
Seek medical advice if you display any of the symptoms advises health charity
Three years ago I was working as an obese, fatigued, and run-down A&E nurse who had just become an emergency patient in her own department while at work. With a resting heart rate of nearly 200 beats per minute, high blood pressure, and atrial fibrillation diagnosis, things were not looking good at all. Holding down a very stressful and challenging career as well as studying herbal medicine, all while supporting a household of several young adults, had taken its toll.
The Irish Society for Colitis and Crohn’s Disease (ISCC) are highlighting the urgent need for all businesses and public amenities to support people living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease by allowing those presenting the ISCC “No Waiting” card access to public toilets while still abiding by public health guidance.
Haemochromatosis is a common genetic disorder leading to the accumulation of excess iron in the body. Symptoms vary and include fatigue, joint pain, erectile dysfunction, and a darkening or bronzing of the skin. A doctor’s consultation to discuss symptoms and family history, and blood tests are the first steps in screening for haemochromatosis.
As hay fever seasons begins in earnest, the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) has issued advice on recognising the difference in symptoms between hay fever and COVID-19.