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Nothing like a bit of retail therapy to spark off normality

In times to come when they will write up various theses on this pandemic and how we reacted to it — and they will do thesis upon thesis on it as we revise every aspect of it, there will be a map drawn up which will show how we have reacted to the different stimuli and restrictions along the road.

NUI Galway leads global clinical trial to improve health outcomes for cancer patients

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A leading Haematologist at Galway University Hospital and the Advanced Therapies and Cancer Group at School of Medicine in NUI Galway are looking at improving health outcomes for patients with Mantle cell Lymphoma by conducting a clinical trial of a new treatment drug which aims to improve survival rates.

Therapy you can trust with IACP

The longest standing and largest member organisation of its kind, the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy prides itself on providing reliable and credible support of the highest standard. This means that IACP accredited therapists are appropriately qualified and competent professionals. They are bound by a code of ethics and must participate in continuous professional development, so you can rest assured your IACP therapist is fully qualified to support you.

Croí first in Ireland to win prestigious cardiology accreditation

Croí, the heart disease and stroke charity based in Galway, has received a major international recognition in being the first Irish organisation to be accredited by the European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC) for its work in cardiovascular risk management and prevention.

Higgins demands Ireland supports waiver to allow developing countries manufacture Covid vaccines

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Ireland must support an intellectual property rights waiver for Covid-19 vaccines at crucial WTO meeting as daily death toll escalates in India and Brazil

Transplant recipient and Ballyhaunis Community School student gets second dose of Covid vaccine

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A fifth year Ballyhaunis Community School student who was the recipient of a kidney donation, was one of three teenage kidney transplant recipients to receive their second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccination last week.

Leading experts warn of tinnitus link to exacerbating Covid-19 symptoms

Tinnitus can be made worse by Covid-19 according to a study by Anglia Ruskin University, which also revealed that 40 per cent of people with tinnitus who developed coronavirus symptoms experienced a worsening of their tinnitus.

A new chapter has begun for one of Ballina’s oldest family businesses - McKane’s Pharmacy

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This week, Dorothy McKane and her pharmacy team launched their newly renovated, state of the art pharmacy premises in the centre of Ballina, and are once again “back home”, following a devastating fire in 2019 that forced them to relocate on a temporary basis.

Spotlight Oral Care puts a healthy smile on your face!

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Galway dentists Dr. Lisa and Dr. Vanessa Creaven created Spotlight Oral Care in 2016 with an aim to create the best oral health products, to educate and promote oral care, empowering people to engage with true customised preventative oral care. As dentists, they have a unique insight into the needs and wants of patients and created clinically proven, clean, sustainable oral care products that really work.

Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, says Charity

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Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, all that is needed to start the process is an expression of interest from the Irish Government.


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