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Five talking points from the game
1.Aidan O'Shea is playing the football of his life:
Mullingar pharmacists cycle for Irish Cancer Society
Five Mullingar-based pharmacists recently cycled from Dublin to Galway on July 12-13, to raise awareness of ovarian cancer and to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society. To date they have raised over €10,000 for the Irish Cancer Society.
Why do people attend a kinesiologist?
People attend a kinesiologist for a number of reasons:
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.
CBTM for emotional and physical pain
Do you struggle with weight loss, stopping smoking, sleeping difficulties, or back pain? Has your obsessive compulsive cleaning, post traumatic stress difficulties, sports injury, panic attacks, arthritis, or chronic fatigue got you down? Medical treatment helps, but so does cognitive behaviour therapy with mindfulness (CBTM).
NUI Galway pain researchers win prize for best research paper
Dr David Finn of NUI Galway has been awarded the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland’s Doctor Award for best paper published in an indexed journal in 2012 in the Pain/Anaesthesia category.
Patients must foot the bill for home use blood treatment themselves, HSE tell consultants
New patients who want to avail of a home-use medical treatment which increases arterial blood flow to the leg must now foot the bill themselves.
Spots are the bane of many people’s lives. They appear when we least want or expect them, affecting our confidence and mood.
Almost ninety per cent of Portiuncula A&E patients discharged within six hours in one month last year
Almost nine out of 10 patients who attended Portiuncula Hospital’s emergency department in December were “seen” and discharged within six hours.
Neuroscience at NUI Galway gains international excellence status
The Galway Neuroscience Cluster, based within the National Centre for Biomedical Engineering Science (NCBES) at NUI Galway, last week gained the status of Centre of Excellence in Neurodegeneration (COEN) after a national and international review process. By gaining COEN status, the Galway Neuroscience Cluster joins a select group of international centres that are entitled to apply for research funding that is awarded through this international initiative.