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The X-ray department at the Primary Care Centre in Clonbrusk, Athlone has been named Radiography Department of the Year 2017.
The summer holidays are now and happening and whether staying at home, or travelling abroad, professional advice from totalhealth pharmacies can make things easier.
When you walk into your home what does it remind you of? A showhouse or an example of feng shui at its best? If so, well done, take a bow.
Autumn colours are all around us. There are plenty of crisp leaves floating from the branches of trees, and the world is full of those delicious autumnal colours of orange and yellow, red and brown.
As the summer holiday season begins, whether you are holidaying at home or jetting off to sun-drenched shores, Weirs Pharmacy have some tips to keep you and your family safe in the sun. UV rays are at their strongest between 11am and 3pm, so take to the shade as much as possible between these times. Use natural shade or a parasol. One of the simplest things you can do is to protect against UV is to cover up. Wear a top with a collar, three-quarter length sleeves and three-quarter length trousers. Tightly woven fabrics let fewer UV rays through, but stretched fabrics give less protection so wear loose-fitting clothes.
With the sun splitting the stones, schools finishing for the summer, and families planning their summer break, totalhealth pharmacies have issued some useful tips to stay safe in the sun:
As we emerge from winter our skin can appear dry and dull. We all know the beauty benefits of a seamless foundation but did you know you could give your whole body the same treatment in an instant too?
Are you longing for a break in the sun or just hoping that our Irish summer will be one to remember for all the right reasons? If so, then sun protection will be high on your priority list.
The upcoming season looks promising for beginners in digital photography courses.
Local optometrist, Rena Elliott, is concerned about the short and long term effects of exposure to sunlight. In the same way that UV radiation is harmful to the skin, this invisible radiation is also harmful to the eyes.