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In January many of us make positive lifestyle changes, with quitting cigarettes being one of the top New Year’s resolutions. This is brilliant news with more than 5,200 lives lost to tobacco related illness each year in Ireland. We are now over halfway through the year, have you still stuck to your resolution or have you, like many, found the temptation too hard and abandoned your efforts?
Galway female entrepreneur Sinead Kenny has been selected for the innovative ‘Going for Growth’ business network
Montmartre Training has announced an autumn 2014 run of the successful diploma in criminalistics and forensic psychology at Galway Business School, commencing Saturday September 20 for eight weeks from 10am to 1pm.
As the primary source of local government funding, the business community’s priorities must become the drivers to ensure that Galway remains a pro-business environment where enterprise flourishes, that is according to president of Galway Chamber Frank Greene.
Natural medicine is becoming more and more popular as people seek to have greater control of their health. It is a patient- centred model of care whichpromotesself responsibility when it comes to our wellbeing. The public have become increasingly aware of the connection between wellness and nutrition and increasingly opt for a drug free approach or an integrative approach to prevent, stabilise, and reverse disease processes.
Galway people’s opinions, ideas, and memories of the city’s beaches are being sought for a major new student-led project from NUI Galway and the Galway City Council.
A popular Salthill walkway completely disappeared, car parks submerged in water, and businesses left counting the cost of the damage as the sea demonstrated its power during last week’s storm.
Going for Growth, an Irish programme which helps ambitious women entrepreneurs grow their business, is launching a call out for women entrepreneurs in Galway to apply for its 2014 programme.
In recent years there has been a huge increase in awareness of the relationship between nutrition and health. As a result more and more people are seeking the advice of nutritional therapists. A three-year diploma program (part-time) is now being run in Galway.
If you are interested in a career where professionals are increasingly in demand, where job satisfaction is high, where you can have a good income working in a caring profession helping people return to health, you may be interested in the nutritional therapy diploma starting in the Galway Business School in September.