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Athlone based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden has welcomed the news that the Regional Veterinary Laboratory in Coosan is to be expanded.
This Christmas, to save you from tears, give your eyes some TLC at Oranmore Optometrists.
Westmeath's county veterinary officer says the law is "too grey" when it comes to dog control, after councillors complained about certain dogs posing a threat to public safety.
People in high risk groups, such as the over 65s and pregnant women, are being urged to get vaccinated against flu. The appeal from health authorities comes as the number of reported cases of influenza-like illness (ILI) nationally has increased in the past week.
Galway people are being asked to volunteer information about their health this winter at flusurvey.ie. Now in its second year, the website is a collaboration between NUI Galway and the HSE - Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HSPC). Volunteers are asked to register with the site, and log any flu symptoms if and when they develop.
Cold and flu season is in full swing but the HSE is advising that antibiotics will not help to tackle the seasonal sniffles.
A new mobile app, launched at Galway University Hospitals this week, will further improve appropriate antibiotic use, according to Dr Pat Nash, the clinical director of the hospital group.
The HSE have launched their annual antibiotic awareness campaign, and the ads are now running on national and local radio stations highlighting the fact that it is pointless taking antibiotics for cold and flus.
Finbar Hoban Proudly Presents... Whipping Boy live at Bar Ritz (Mulroys Bar) Castlebar next Saturday night June 25 with support coming from David Hope and The Henchmen along with Vamos. Whipping Boy, the band behind one of the most underrated albums of all time Heartworm, have decided to take the show back on the road. Ferghal McGee and band are bringing their Heartworm album and more to the intimate surroundings of Bar Ritz. Expect to hear all the classics including ‘We Don’t Need Nobody Else’, ‘Twinkle’, and ‘When We Were Young’.
In 1941, the deadly Foot and Mouth disease spread rapidly through parts of County Kilkenny, including the Callan district. It especially threatened the Modeshill area in neighbouring County Tipperary.