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Strawberry laser lipo — a safe way to get in shape

Strawberry laser lipo is a safe, painless, and noninvasive inch loss treatment. It involves no needles and no down time.

Muireann’s Hallowe’en Tea Party a huge success

With around €3,000 raised, Muireann’s Hallowe’en Tea Party and Bake Sale was a very successful event. Organisers Marese Ward Shine and Deirdre Kelly set out to raise the money to help the Marathons4Muireann campaign, which saw Muireann’s father Declan run four marathons for three charities over two days in the hope of raising €100,000 for Temple Street Children’s Hospital, the Jack and Jill Foundation, and Brothers of Charity. To date in excess of €75,000 has been raised.

New service allows people with epilepsy to receive full care in Galway

A new clinic opened at University Hospital Galway will allow patients with epilepsy to receive all their care here.

Public exhibition on the brain

Members of the public will have the opportunity to learn more about brain disorders, courtesy of a series of large information posters prepared by the staff and postgraduate students of NUI Galway.

Cutting edge Quantum Series light therapy is now available at the ISHSKO Centre

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Cutting edge Quantam Series light therapy is now available a the ISHSKO Centre

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Light therapy now available at the ISHSKO Centre, Westport

Cutting edge Quantam Series light therapy is now available a the ISHSKO Centre, Barrack Yard, Westport.

Learning how to treat children with behavioural disorders

An information evening on advances in the treatment of children with learning, behavioural, developmental and emotional disorders will be held at Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Monday February 8 at 8pm.

Galway Traveller study shows they are at high risk of developing diabetes

Members of the travelling community need to be made aware they have a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes than the general population, according to new Irish research carried out in Galway.

Voting genetically – it’s in the blood after all

Why do we vote the way we do? Because we are stupid! That’s the verdict from Rick Shenkman who has written a book called Just how stupid are we – the truth about the American voter. The book concentrates on American politics and it does not just concentrate on George W Bush – the favourite bogey man for smart people. Rick Shenkman says that voters are voting in a stupid way always. People should weigh up all the issues and analyse policies and politicians, Shenkman says. Undoubtedly, this wise man would probably come to the same conclusion if he were writing about politics in Europe or Ireland. We would all be collectively stupid.


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