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Living with Lyme disease

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Ben Smyth who lives in Kinvara had always been healthy and rarely visited his doctor. However, everything was to change at the end of August 2006 when the father of three adult children became ill. He initially began to complain of a “pinch-like feeling” on the instep of his right foot.

New hope for arthritis sufferers at Whelehans

The humble sea mussel could provide relief to sufferers of a wide variety of ailments, from asthma, and arthritis to multiple sclerosis, according to some leading world health authorities. This is thanks to a simple product called Lyprinol, which has been described as the miracle from the sea, and which has been proven to be a powerful anti-inflammatory. It comes with none of the side-effects commonly associated with traditional fish oils, steroids, or prescription anti-inflammatory medicines. It is now available without prescription from Whelehans Pharmacy in Mullingar.

Grainne Uaile battle to go to the wire

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Living with MS

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When Anne-Marie Hayden was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a progressive neurological condition, at age 20 she entered a “completely different world”.

MS sufferers to benefit if cannabis derived medication is licensed

People with multiple sclerosis in Galway and around the country could soon benefit from access to the world’s first prescription medicine derived from the cannabis plant.

MS sufferers to benefit if cannabis derived medication is licensed

People with multiple sclerosis in Galway and around the country could soon benefit from access to the world’s first prescription medicine derived from the cannabis plant.

Could sunshine save your life?

It seems that low levels of vitamin D are being linked to a growing range of health problems. Research from Bristol University in the UK showed that pregnant women with higher levels of vitamin D had taller, stronger-boned children. Other research has suggested that lower levels of vitamin D in childhood could be linked to a greater risk of developing multiple sclerosis. Researchers have also linked insufficient vitamin D to heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure, various forms of cancer, diabetes, and arthritis.

Parents urged to give babies vitamin D supplement

A new health initiative, whereby parents are being advised to give babies daily vitamin D supplements to protect their bones, will benefit all infants immediately, according to a local nutritionist.

Vitamin D supplements to protect baby’s bone development

Parents of all babies, from birth to 12 months, are being advised to give their infants a daily vitamin D supplement to protect their growing bones. This advice comes to parents and guardians from the Health Service Executive, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, and the Department of Health and Children.

Vitamin D supplements to protect baby’s bone development

Parents of all babies, from birth to 12 months, are being advised to give their infants a daily vitamin D supplement to protect their growing bones. This advice comes to parents and guardians from the Health Service Executive, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, and the Department of Health and Children.

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