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A total of 75,413 patients attended the emergency department of University Hospital Galway in the past year. Of these 71,230 were new patients while 4,183 were review patients. Some 21,324 were medical card patients.
BPro is a Heart Monitor Analizer that has been approved as a Class II Medical Device to evaluate the status/age of your cardiovascular system, the result of which can indicate the condition of your heart and arteries long before you notice prevalent symptoms.
Ireland is facing major challenges today in curbing the negative health impacts of obesity, diabetes, and an increasingly sedentary Western lifestyle, according to one of two world leaders in heart health who have taken up positions in Galway.
Athlone based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden has called for additional funding for research into degenerative diseases such as Motor Neuron Disease and Parkinson’s Disease.
Most people associate acupuncture with the alleviation of pain, particularly in the neck, back, and shoulder. However acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can treat a wide range of conditions. The World Health Organisation supports the use of acupuncture as a treatment for conditions such as cancer, arthritis, anxiety, fertility, pain, migraine, and many more.
Patrick Murphy, medical herbalist, trained in electrodermal screening in Murcia, Spain. He was trained by Professor Joaquin Fernandez Alcaraz and is fully accredited in carrying out this popular health screening alternative medicine method.
Patrick Murphy is a medical herbalist trained in electrodermal screening in Murcia, Spain. Patrick was trained by Professor Joaquin Fernandez Alcaraz and is fully accredited in carrying out this popular health screening alternative medicine method.
Down Syndrome Galway's annual Christmas Fun Swim is taking place again this year on Christmas morning. The event is open to all ages and all levels of ability. Participants do not need to be a swimmer to participate, just be willing to walk, run or jump in to the sea on Christmas morning. Getting wet is what it is all about.