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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.
As we continue to ‘stay home’ in our third lockdown, the arrival of vaccines, Spring, and the new green shoots of growth brings some hope and optimism for better and brighter days ahead. While the team at University Pharmacy have been serving the needs of their customers throughout the pandemic, they have also been busy preparing some new green shoots of their own. This week sees the launch of their exciting new website and Galway City pharmacy delivery service - www.universitypharmacy.ie.
A new pharmacy retail counter assistant course will start at the GRETB Training Centre in Mervue, Galway, in November.
The PSI, the pharmacy regulator, is inviting feedback from the public on its draft corporate strategy for 2021-2023.
This week is International Men’s Health Week, and boys and men are being encouraged to take time and ‘restore the balance’ as we emerge from the Covid-19 crisis.
The newly formed Ray Leonard Players from Claremorris are proud to present their very first production – Christopher Durang’s classic American comedy Beyond Therapy tomorrow evening Saturday, February 8 in the Claremorris Town Hall Theatre.
A new pharmacy sales assistant course will be starting at the GRETB Training Centre in Mervue, Galway, in September.
Mental health is key to being healthy in today’s world. While nutrition and exercise are vital for our mental health, but we also need to look at our electrical energy system. Feeling down and depressed means there is a blockage somewhere in the body’s energy system.
Blood pressure is a health term we regularly hear about, but do we know what it really means and why should we be aware of it?
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway, Deputy Eugene Murphy, has highlighted that a figure in excess of 3,000 people are waiting for speech and language therapy in his constituency.