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Dairy herds in Mayo may have viral disease

Four out of five dairy herds in Mayo could be positive for the highly infectious viral disease infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, according to the results of a survey carried out by leading veterinary practitioner Pat Kirwan.

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Mayo SPCA is appealing this week for homes for Tiger, little Henry and Lassie, just a small sample of animals in its care.

Educating Westmeath women on cervical cancer prevention

Hibernian Aviva Health, the first health insurer to cover the Cervical Cancer Vaccine (CCV), has launched a cervical cancer education and prevention campaign in partnership with specialist nursing provider Point of Care.

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Mayo SPCA is appealing this week for a home for Cody, a young, fairly large male dog, who is neutered, healthy, and had his first vaccination. He has a lovely temperament, is house trained, very obedient for his age, and excellent on recall, walks well on a lead although needs reminding not to pull from time to time, loves other dogs and playing with them. Because of his size they are looking for a home with older children as he could easily knock toddlers off their feet when playing ball, etc. He would also be an ideal companion pet for anyone living alone.

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.

O’Mahony calls for the relaxation of the licensing regulation

Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, has called for the relaxation of the licensing regulation rules that govern the availability of medicine in Ireland to allow for the speedier distribution of the swine flu vaccination.

Ill, old, obese and pregnant are most at risk from swine flu

Younger people, those with an underlying illness, pregnant women and people who are obese are the groups who are likely to become most seriously ill and among whom most deaths may be recorded from swine flu, a local health expert revealed this week.

Get the vaccine — not the flu

The Health Service Executive this week reminded everyone at risk of annual influenza this winter to ‘Get the vaccine, not the flu’. This year, because of the swine flu pandemic there will be two vaccination campaigns, firstly one for the seasonal flu and later on, one for the swine flu vaccine.

Over 65s and young with long term illness urged to get seasonal flu jab

The Health Service Executive West is urging those aged over 65 years and younger people with long term illnesses, such as asthma, heart problems, etc, to avail of the seasonal flu vaccine now.

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Mayo SPCA is appealing this week for caring homes for dogs, cats, and kittens.


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