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The first physician in the west of Ireland dedicated to the treatment of adults with cystic fibrosis has been appointed at Galway University Hospitals [University and Merlin Park].
A fundraiser being spearheaded by city photographers in conjunction with a local charity has generated a huge response from the public.
Constipation is a common health issue among infants and children. Nutritional therapist Heather Leeson gives her view on the condition.
Aisling Connolly’s Plexus Bio–Energy clinic is the perfect place to revive your health and vitality. Plexus bio energy has achieved exceptional results in the treatment of a diverse range of conditions including back pain, digestive disorders, stress, headaches, grief, depression, asthma, and sports injuries.
Colds are one of the most common ailments of the winter months. Almost 90 per cent of adults get a cold at least once or twice a year, according to the latest research.
A local expert has warned that unless the public takes steps to reduce inappropriate antibiotic use we risk squandering one of the most important medical advances of the past 100 years.
Management at University Hospital Galway last night (Wednesday) advised that visiting restrictions are in place at the hospital due to the presence of cases of the winter vomiting bug (Norovirus).
Sore throats are mainly caused by viruses. They are often a symptom of various illnesses such as colds and flus, glandular fever, respiratory tract infections, tonsillitis, quinsy, chickenpox, measles and mumps.
One ward has been closed to new admissions at University Hospital Galway in the wake of a suspected outbreak of the winter vomiting bug.
Imagine waking up each day feeling extremely fatigued. Not the kind of tiredness that goes away after you rest but an exhaustion which takes over your life and limits your ability to do even the most ordinary activities.