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Woman with rare connective tissues disorder feels let down by health service

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Barbra McDonagh describes how she lives in constant pain which affects every part of her body. Ms McDonagh, who is originally from Ballinfoyle but now lives in Cork, feels completely let down by our health service. She has been displaying symptoms of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome since she was six months old but, shockingly was only diagnosed by her GP last August, at the age of 38. Furthermore, she had to travel to London for an official diagnosis in April because there is no EDS specialist in Ireland.

Galway woman with rare disease feels let down by the health system

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Barbra McDonagh describes how she lives in constant pain which affects every part of her body. Ms McDonagh, who is originally from Ballinfoyle but now lives in Cork, feels completely let down by our health service. She has been displaying symptoms of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome since she was six months old but, shockingly was only diagnosed by her GP last August, at the age of 38. Furthermore, she had to travel to London for an official diagnosis in April because there is no EDS specialist in Ireland.

NUI Galway researchers discover new risk factor for schizophrenia

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A novel rare risk factor linked to mental illnesses such as schizophrenia has been identified by a multi-institutional team led by Professor Sanbing Shen of the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at NUI Galway.

Acupuncture for male infertility and impotence

Do you suffer from low sperm count, male infertility or male impotence (premature ejaculation)? If so, worry no more.

New technology could potentially delay Alzheimer’s disease onset by five years

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New software, now available in Galway, has the potential to delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease by up to five years.

Alternative treatment for vertigo

Vertigo is the sensation of spinning even when you are standing completely still. Your surroundings appear to be moving either vertically or horizontally. Severe vertigo may indicate a disorder of the balancing mechanisms in the inner ears, such as Ménière’s disease.

The Ballinasloe Osteopathy Clinic

Osteopathy is a distinct approach to healthcare based on a well-established system of clinical diagnosis. Osteopaths focus on the structure of the body, using safe, natural, manual treatment that offers a caring approach to the individual needs of each patient, at all stages of life from birth to old age.

NUI Galway announces breakthrough in fight against Huntington’s disease

Researchers in NUI Galway have this week announced a breakthrough in the fight against the degenerative neurological disorder Huntington’s disease. A team at the university’s Centre for Chromosome Biology has discovered experimental drugs which could be developed as a way to slow the progress of the condition.

NUI Galway announces breakthrough in fight against Huntington’s disease

Researchers in NUI Galway have this week announced a breakthrough in the fight against the degenerative neurological disorder Huntington’s disease. A team at the university’s Centre for Chromosome Biology has discovered experimental drugs which could be developed as a way to slow the progress of the condition.

NUI Galway announces breakthrough in fight against Huntington’s disease

Researchers in NUI Galway have this week announced a breakthrough in the fight against the degenerative neurological disorder Huntington’s disease. A team at the university’s Centre for Chromosome Biology has discovered experimental drugs which could be developed as a way to slow the progress of the condition.

 

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