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An information evening for men living with cancer will take place at the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar from 7.45pm to 10.30pm on November 24.
Revitalift Advanced is a remarkable cosmetic innovation that will dramatically enhance the beauty of natural lashes. Revitalash was developed by Micheal Brinkenhoff as a special gift for his wife, Gayle, while she was recovering from metastatic breast cancer treatments. Intensive chemotherapy had damaged Gayle's once-beautiful eyelashes, leaving them fragile, sparse and thin.
BPW Galway will be hosting a special health event to raise awareness of osteoporosis at The Ardilaun hotel on Tuesday, November 8, at 6pm.
A benefit night being held in the city tomorrow (Friday) aims to raise vital funds to finance a cancer treatment programme in Texas for a Galway based man.
Pre-clinical research carried out by scientists at NUI Galway into a prototype drug for the treatment of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) has generated some very promising findings.
What do food intolerances, allergies, IBS, cancer, asthma, hayfever, coeliac disease, behavioural issues, and countless other increasingly common conditions all have in common? They are all symptoms of immune system dysfunction. Not many people realise this but approximately 70 per cent of our immune system resides in the gut, which is why probiotics — ‘good’ bacteria — has become such a buzzword in recent times, and need to be replaced after taking a course of antibiotics. Many people develop food intolerances or are even diagnosed with coeliac disease after suffering from viruses or similar immune dysfunction. This is because the good flora in the gut, which is so important for healthy digestion, has often been affected by the illness or even the medication for treating it.
ONE of the top pharmaceutical and medical device companies in the US is to set up its European headquarters in Galway, it was announced last evening in New York.
Acupuncture is a Chinese therapy that works miracles for different diseases, especially for relief of pain. According to Chinese medical theory, there are energy pathways called meridians that flow through your body. A blockage of these pathways results in health related issues. When needles are inserted in the areas which influence the energy flow through the meridians this relieves the pain.
With this year’s Daffodil Day now just weeks away, the Irish Cancer Society is calling for volunteers to help with the annual fundraising event.
Marvao Medical Devices, an early stage Irish medical device company base din Galway and focused on commercializing new products that reduce the risk of catheter related infections, has secured investment of €1.3 million in a funding round led by the AIB Seed Capital Fund along with earlier private investors including Harmac Medical Products and the Western Development Commission.