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Acupuncture and hay fever

A patient came into the Chinese Acupuncture Care clinic complaining of sneezing, runny nose, eyes that were red, itchy and watery, headache, blocked sinuses, and being unable to sleep.

Hay fever or a summer cold?

Ultan Molloy, MPSI, HealthWest Community Pharmacy, Ballindine, this week discusses allergies.

Cold comfort

Colds are one of the most common ailments of the winter months. Almost 90 per cent of adults get a cold at least once or twice a year, according to the latest research.

Two western swine flu sufferers returned from New York

An adult male and a child - the first swine flu cases in the west - recently returned from New York, it was confirmed this week.

Every breath you take

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Over half a million people in Ireland are affected by a chronic condition that affects everything they do; work, rest, and play.

Hayfever management

The summer months are fast approaching and for many thousands of people this signals the return of hayfever season. Hayfever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, is a common condition that affects approximately one in five people and arises from an allergy to airborne substances such as grass or hay pollen.

Treatment with Chinese herbal medicines and acupuncture

Every year it’s the same thing; many people seek help for itchy eyes and runny noses, symptoms varying in degree from sneezing to allergic asthma.

Swine flu most prevalent in children and young adults

There have been 53 confirmed cases of swine flu in the HSE west region. The area covers from Donegal down to Limerick and across to Tipperary. Eight four per cent of cases have presented in people less than 35 years of age.

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