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Bill McEvoy, an expert in heart disease prevention who last year returned to Ireland to take up the position of Professor of Preventive Cardiology at NUI Galway and Consultant Cardiologist at Galway University Hospitals, has been invited to debate another international expert on the benefits of aspirin in preventing heart disease and stroke.
EARTH DAY, the annual event involving 193 countries demonstrating support for environmental protection, takes place on Monday April 22, and among the Galway events will be an exhibition in Kinvara.
Most people associate acupuncture with the alleviation of pain, particularly in the neck, back, and shoulder. However acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can treat a wide range of conditions. The World Health Organisation supports the use of acupuncture as a treatment for conditions such as cancer, arthritis, anxiety, fertility, pain, migraine, and many more.
O’Beirn’s Pharmacy, Henry Street, Galway, has recently come under new management, and is introducing a number of price reductions. Prescription medicines at O’Beirn’s are now at similar prices to the UK and other EU countries.
Mullingar pharmacists Eamonn Brady and Niall Weir are highlighting the need for parents to be careful before giving medicine to children, and to seek the advice of their pharmacist to determine the appropriate medicine and dose for their child’s age and symptoms.
People are being urged to shop around for prescription medicines in a bid to get the best deal on offer.
Almost half of Irish adults risk their health by taking out of date medicines, according to a recent survey.
Ultan Molloy, MPSI, HealthWest Community Pharmacy, Ballindine this week discusses why you are asked questions when buying medication in the pharmacy.
The Galway based president of the Irish Pharmacy Union has warned people about the dangers of buying medicines on the internet.
Age Action is urging older people not to respond to the economic hardship caused by the new prescription charge by not taking their prescribed medication.