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Diabetes awareness event in Castlebar

People in Mayo are being encouraged to get diabetes aware at a roadshow event at Staunton’s Pharmacy, Main Street, Castlebar, on Wednesday (April 30).

REMEDI enters agreement with US company to advance research into diabetic foot ulcers

REMEDI, The Regenerative Medicine Institute at NUI Galway and Orbsen Therapeutics have entered into an agreement with Cardium Therapeutics to utilise Cardium’s Excellagen® pharmaceutically-formulated gel as a delivery agent for Orbsen Therapeutics’ proprietary stromal cell therapy in pre-clinical studies for the potential treatment of diabetic foot ulcers.

Your mouth — the gateway to your body

No more than two decades ago, a physician who suspected heart disease would probably not refer the patient to a gum specialist. The same went for diabetes, pregnancy, or just about any other medical condition. However times have changed. In the past five to 10 years there has been a ballooning interest in possible links between mouth health and body health. The merging knowledge of the Western and Eastern medical sciences clearly shows the physical and the energetic link of the teeth to specific body systems and organs.

Psoriasis under the spotlight

New research highlighting the emotional impact of living with psoriasis was announced today to launch www.underthespotlight.ie, a new website for people with psoriasis in Ireland.

Diabetes - what you need to know

The Midland Regional Diabetes Fund was established recently to raise funds for the new regional diabetes centre which will be established at the Midlands Regional Hospital in Mullingar.

Every breath you take

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Over half a million people in Ireland are affected by a chronic condition that affects everything they do; work, rest, and play.

Mystery unravelled for thousands of pain sufferers

A European-wide awareness campaign for people with a chronic condition called neuropathic pain has been kick-started in Ireland by the Irish Chronic Pain Association and Pfizer Healthcare Ireland.

 

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