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When we look back at 2020 in years to come, our thoughts will of course linger on facemasks, hand sanitiser, and social distancing, that year when singing Happy Birthday took on a new meaning for us all. While times have been tough, especially during the first lock-down, University Late Night Pharmacy has been fortunate to maintain their extended opening hours when other pharmacies have had to reduce.
At this time of year colds and flus are very common. “Colds and flu have similar symptoms such as stuffy nose, cough, sore throat, and fever which can make people feel unwell,” says pharmacist Audrey Kinahan of University Late Night Pharmacy. "The flu is more serious and sometimes may lead to more serious complications such as pneumonia. It can be much more serious for some groups of patients including pregnant women and the elderly who should seek medical attention.”
While many view Christmas as a time to be merry, drinking alcohol and taking certain medicines can be dangerous, according to Dr Audrey Kinahan of University Late Night Pharmacy (located across from the entrance to University College Hospital), a Galway pharmacist, who advises people to seek advice before mixing medicines and alcohol this Christmas.
Ladies' Day at the Galway Races is just a week away. And if you want to look your best then it is important both to get your outfit and make-up right on the day.