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US medical system which reduced consultant waiting lists may be key to health service reform here

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A new medical model which has resulted in major reductions in consultant waiting lists in the United States may be one of the keys to the reform of the health service here.

Slimming World classes in Castlebar

Ann Reilly lives in Westport, and since joining Slimming World in September 2010 she has never looked back. Ann has lost an amazing three stone and two pounds and has maintained that weight loss even after having had serious surgery last year.

Men need to be more proactive with their health, says county footballer Damien Burke

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It is Tuesday afternoon and the sun is shining brightly at Pearse Stadium.

Company founded by Galway sport scientist signs deal to work with Olympic athletes

A company based in IT Sligo’s Innovation Centre which provides an applied bio marker (Blood and Saliva) testing service for elite athletes around the world, has signed a contract with the Irish Institute of Sport. ORRECO will work with the cream of Ireland’s high performance athletes, including many who are bound for London 2012.

Medical cover to continue at Sacred Heart Hospital but future of facility still causing concern

Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, has moved to allay fears over the future of medical cover at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar but concerns are still being expressed regarding the future of the facility.

Millions spent on design and planning of N5 to date

Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne queried this week how much had been spent so far on the design and consultation stage for the N4 Westport to Turlough road project. He and the other members of Castlebar Town Council were given an update on the project by Mr Paul Hyland from the Mayo National Roads Design Office. When Cllr Kilcoyne posed the question he was told that in the region of €3 million so far including consultant costs had been spent.

SOS - Save Our Skin

Melanoma Awareness Month is a global initiative to promote the early detection and prevention of skin cancer.

Smoking ban outside hospitals will be rolled out nationally in 2015

The issue of smoking outside public hospitals in Galway was raised at the Health Forum West meeting this month once more by chairman, Padraig Conneely, who stated there were problems for smokers wanting to have a cigarette since the ban was introduced last month.

Public eye clinics suspended due to shortage of nurses

A shortage of nurses at the ophthalmology department at University Hospital Galway has resulted in the suspension of public clinics for the treatment and monitoring of eye diseases.

Pregnant women being recruited for NUIG clinical trials

Pregnant women are currently being recruited into a new NUI Galway-led clinical trial which hopes to develop effective measures to prevent Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM).


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