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Update on planned primary care centre for Westport

Construction of a new primary care centre in Westport is expected to begin within the next six to nine months. 

Six-week ‘Get Healthy’ programme at Castlebar clinic

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A new six-week weight loss programme at the Connacht Nutrition and Dietetic Clinic, a dietitian clinic located at Unit 14C, N5 Business Park, Castlebar, has proved to be extremely successful.

No ‘one-size fits all’ approach to dietary advice

We have all heard that much used phrase - ‘everyone is different’ - applied in all kinds of circumstances.

Cooking up a storm

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People can learn how to cook healthily while raising vital funds for a local heart and stroke charity at an event being organised in Barna on Monday night.

Planning permission approved for two new Primary Care Centres in Mayo

The Health Service Executive announced yesterday that planning permission has been approved for two new primary care centres in Westport and Claremorris. The tender process by the National Development Finance Agency is under way. The primary care centres will be located at Kilcolman Road, Claremorris, and Toberhill, Westport. These centres are part of the overall HSE plan to develop primary care services in local towns.

Lose weight and feel great with the Body Transformation

Do you want to drop a dress size, reduce your body fat, transform your body and feel great? Then the Body Transformation at Niamh Moffatt Fitness is just for you.

Lose weight and feel great with the Body Transformation

Do you want to drop a dress size, reduce your body fat, transform your body and feel great? Then the Body Transformation at Niamh Moffatt Fitness is just for you.

Athlone IT student in final of student chef comp

Fourteen of Ireland’s most talented student chefs have won a place in the 2013 Knorr Student Chef of the Year competition. Representing culinary colleges and institutes from across Ireland the student chef finalists will travel to IT Tralee on Wednesday February 27 to battle it out for the title of Best Student Chef in Ireland’s premier student chef competition, including James Gumley from AIT.

New clinic for inflammatory bowel disease sufferers

More than 1,000 men and women of all ages attended Galway University Hospitals for treatment for inflammatory bowel disease in the past five years.

Croi — tacking the illnesses of a new Ireland

Croi has come a long way since it had that funding barometer sign outside the hospital, where passers-by could see just how much money it had to raise in order to give West of Ireland people a fair shot at surviving heart disease. Prior to Croi, if you had a dodgy ticker, you had to get on bone-rattling buses and cross the country in order to have your lifesaving surgery. Your chances of survival were reduced if you lived in the west. Back then too, the trauma of open heart surgery was so much more than it is today. Now, thanks to great leaps in technological advancement, bypasses and other invasive heart surgeries are becoming common and incredibly more lifesaving.

 

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