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It may seem a bit early to be thinking about back-to-school equipment in July, but picking up a few items now will spread the inevitable cost involved. And these are cool enough to want to bring with you on your summer holiday!
Free GP care should now be extended to all children under 12, according to Galway West TD Derek Nolan.
Blood Bike West, a charitable organisation which provides an emergency out-of-hours free service to the HSE in the west of Ireland, now has GPS tracking devices on all its vehicles, thanks to the support of a local telematics company.
The shrunken mini bag is one of the leading stories for spring/summer, according to Brown Thomas. The shoulder bag remains in the spotlight and comes with chain detail straps.
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:
Mulroy’s Beauty Clinic in Castlebar is celebrating the introduction of a new skincare range which reduces the signs of ageing and promotes healthy, smoother, more even skin.
We all know the benefits of wearing sunscreen daily. But when it comes to using it on your face and lips, and also applying your regular foundation, it can feel a bit heavy!
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.
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.