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THIRTY ARTISTS from across Ireland and from abroad are giving their perspective on the 1916 Rising in The Galway 1916 Exhibition, currently running at the printworks gallery on Market Street.
Nappy rash is a spotty, red inflammation of the baby’s bottom which is painful and itchy. In mild nappy rash, there will be a pink rash, usually made up of small spots, or blotches. Symptoms of severe nappy rash include pain, bright red spots, dry, cracked and broken skin, swelling, ulcers, and blisters on the skin. In severe cases, the rash will cover more than 10 per cent of the nappy area, and may spread down the legs, or up to the tummy. General advice includes:
Human+Kind has created an all-in-one family skin saviour, Human+Kind all in one family remedy cream.
Whelehans Nappy Rash Cream has been developed to treat and prevent nappy rash and minor skin irritations. It is based on the skin protector zinc oxide and the natural emollient castor oil. It was formulated using the expertise of skincare specialists and the Whelehans pharmacist. Their traditional formula soothes, moisturises, and heals sensitive and irritated skin.
Up to 2.6 million adults in Ireland are risking death with the mistaken belief that the main symptom of meningitis is a rash. As the country finds itself in the peak season for the devastating disease, national charity the Meningitis Trust is campaigning to stop this deadly misconception.
Do you suffer with tiredness and low energy, headaches, bloating, wind, recurring infections, or even a skin rash? Alma Greene at the Amber Centre in Mullingar can get to the root of the problem by doing a simple test through a process called kinesiology.
A High Court judge has approved a €4.5 million settlement for a man who is severely brain damaged after suffering viral encephalitis as a result of a viral infection, herpes simplex.
A simple guide called Common Ailments in Babies and Young Children, launched today by the Irish Pharmacy Union, gives a snapshot of the most common illnesses that children get and what parents can do to treat their child. It also gives advice on how to administer medicines safely to children. The guide is available free in pharmacies nationwide.