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Menopause relief with Care Cure Acupuncture

Get healthy and stay healthy — listen to leading nutritionist

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Is stress making you put on weight? Do you think your hormones are out of kilter? Do you feel you need to get a grip on your life? Help and advice is coming to Galway.

Galway experts provide free advice on diabetes self management

The diabetes team in Galway University Hospitals together with Diabetes Care West charity and Croí are hosting a free information evening and workshop in the Croí Heart and Stroke Centre, Galway, on Thursday February 13 for people with type 1 diabetes.

Menopause relief with Care Cure acupuncture

Menopause can be a traumatic period in a woman’s life. Symptoms include hot flushes, night sweats, insomnia, mood swings, memory loss, vaginal dryness, headaches, joint pain, and weight gain.

Diabetes advocacy group tells HSE to fill key specialist post

A diabetes advocacy group is urging the HSE West to urgently fill a key specialist diabetes nursing post in the Galway-Roscommon health area.

Promised regional paediatric diabetes posts remain unfilled

A call has been made for the HSE West to make additional nursing and dietician support available to enable children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes receive insulin pump treatment at University Hospital Galway.

New consultant endocrinologist should help Mayo diabetes sufferers

Fine Gael TD for Mayo, John O’Mahony, has warmly welcomed the news that funding has been approved for the recruitment of a consultant endocrinologist for Mayo General Hospital.

Two in five Connacht families hit by diabetes

Figures from a new study released reveal the startling penetration of diabetes into Connacht, with 39 per cent of people reporting a family member with the condition. One in five Connacht people have a family member with type 2 diabetes and overall, three in four people in the region know someone who has diabetes.

Diet and the menopause

The menopause is a time of change for women, occurring between the ages of 45 and 55 years, and signals an end to the fertile years. Menopausal symptoms are due to falling oestrogen levels, and may last for just a few months or linger for several years. Symptoms differ between women, but can include weight gain, hot flushes, night sweats, irritability, poor concentration, more frequent headaches and joint pains, reduced sex drive, vaginal dryness.

Polycystic ovary syndrome

Dietician Heather Miller, who holds clinics in Balla, Castlebar and Claremorris, discusses Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

 

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