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How we dry our hands can affect the spread of viruses
There is clear evidence that people across Europe have changed their hand hygiene habits since the Covid-19 pandemic: washing their hands more frequently throughout the day and choosing paper towels as the most hygienic way to dry hands when out and about.
Hope in the chamber the OxyGeneration effect
The man behind OxyGeneration is a tonic in himself. Brian Lynch abounds with energy and enthusiasm from the moment we met. The day job is as a skilled solicitor, but his obvious passion is OxyGeneration, with his mission being to tell the world just how beneficial this hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment is for an increasing variety of conditions.
Galway Sinn Fein played key role in Stormont election success
Galway Sinn Féin headed North for the Stormont election. As an all-Ireland party this weekend solidarity is the norm.
O’Hara calls on public to make voice heard over Irish unity
If Irish unity is now a matter of when, not if, then people need to make their voices heard about what kind of State the new Ireland will be.
Farrell demands ‘urgent plan’ for Galway hospitals following overcrowding surge
An “urgent plan” is vital to address the crises of treatment cancellation and emergency department overcrowding at Galway University Hospital, and at hospitals across the west.
Megan Staunton - Podi Footcare
Podi Footcare opened a podiatry practice in Castlebar in July 2017 offering premium podiatry and chiropody services to the people of Connaught. Podi has a dedicated team of six people; Megan Staunton, Alistair France, Patricia McFadden, Daria Wolska, Sharon Costello and Niamh McManamon.
Frontline workers must be recognised for ‘protecting the nation’, says McNelis
A pandemic bonus should be paid to the State’s healthcare workers to “honour and recognise” the work they have done to slow the spread of Covid-19.
Close to 60,000 people on waiting lists at GUH, Sinn Féin survey finds
Close to 60,000 people, including 5,243 children, are on waiting lists at Galway University Hospitals (UHG and Merlin Park) - the highest number of people on waiting lists at any hospital in the State.
Pandemic frontline workers still awaiting Government recognition
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has described as “disappointing” that 15 months after the start of this pandemic frontline workers who have been running our hospital and community services have yet to receive any recognition from Government.
Pain management expert available for appointments
Dr Mona Mubarak has been practising for more than 25 years in her profession. Dr Mubarak currently provides regular clinic and pain interventions at Galway Clinic.