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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.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by raised patches of red and scaly skin. The scales are often itchy, but it is more unsightly and annoying as large dry white flakes of skin are continuously visible. This is from an over-production of skin layers.
World Sepsis Day took place this week, on Tuesday, September 13th and initiatives were carried out in all hospitals across the Saolta University Health Care Group to promote sepsis awareness amongst hospital staff, patients, relatives and members of the public. This day was marked this year in Mayo University Hospital (MUH) and the improvements made in sepsis identification and treatment throughout the hospital were highlighted for patients and staff.
Are you struggling to lose weight? Your gut bacteria could be responsible.
Beta glucans are naturally occurring in the cell walls of cereals, yeast, bacteria, and mushrooms which have historically been associated with immunity.
Researchers from NUI Galway’s School of Medicine have carried out a study to explore the culture of antibiotic prescribing and consumption in the community for Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), from the perspective of the General Practitioners (GPs) and community members. Their results were published in the medical journal BMJ Open.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by raised patches of red and scaly skin.