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A science researcher from Westport has joined an international research project to identify how people can cut their cancer risk by changing their diets.
Almost half a million people in Ireland have some form of hearing loss. More than 2,000 people will get their hearing checked this week during Hearing Awareness Week, organised by hearing healthcare provider Hidden Hearing.
A campaign aimed at stopping out-of-control drinking, which is funded by the drinks industry, has been slammed as a public relations exercise.
The issue of delivering healthcare fairly, using a human rights framework, will be discussed at NUI Galway on 6 February. The public event is part of the President’s Ethics Initiative and President Michael D. Higgins will open the event.
People can learn more about becoming healty and staying that way at a free seminar being held at the Menlo Park Hotel this evening (Thursday) at 6.30pm.
A Ballina woman’s close ties to Ebola-hit Sierra Leone has prompted her to stage a novel event in aid of Médecins Sans Frontiers (Doctors Without Borders).
To mark World AIDS day a special candlelit memorial service will take place on Sunday November 30 at 8pm at St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
NUI Galway’s School of Nursing and Midwifery is running a free public lecture on Ebola: how it spreads, how it affects the human body, and how the outbreak can be contained.
Free foot screenings for diabetes will be provided by NUI Galway to mark World Diabetes Day on Friday week (November 14).
Seven out of 10 people in the west do not wash their hands for long enough to kill germs that cause infections, according to new research, just published.