Sunday, October 20, 2019

Festival looks to mental wellbeing

CARLOW Mental Health Association are delighted to celebrate 10 years providing the Mensana Fest, a mental health festival in Carlow.  “We are very proud that...

Carlow is below par on health spending per capita

SPENDING on urgent and emergency care in Ireland varies greatly depending on the patient’s address, with Carlow, Kilkenny and Wicklow considerably down the scale...

Dementia and the Benefits of Reminiscence

World Alzheimer Month takes place this September and in  this article Carlow People takes a look at dementia and the benefits of reminiscence and...

Dementia and Nutrition

World Alzheimer Month takes place this September and in this article Carlow People takes a look at dementia and nutrition, and the things that...

Dementia: a closer look

World Alzheimer Month takes place this September and  Carlow People will be focusing on a different aspect of dementia over the course of four...

56% of people in Leinster know someone who has been affected...

A survey conducted earlier this year by protection specialist Royal London, has found that 56% of people in Leinster know someone who has been...

€1million fund for elderly citizens

THE Minister with responsibility for Mental Health and Older People, Jim Daly TD, has launched a new Community and Voluntary Support Scheme which will...

Outpatients facility set for Carlow

A NEW outpatient facility is to open in Carlow in the coming weeks. Waterford UPMC Whitfield, the largest private hospital in the South East,...

GP crisis as number falls in counties

CARLOW and Kilkenny have one of the lowest levels in the country of GPs per head of population, according to new research by the...

Don’t ignore the signs of heart failure, warn Michael Lyster and...

The Irish Heart Foundation, supported by Novartis, today launched nationwide public awareness campaign for heart condition that affects 90,000 people in Ireland1 New research reveals...
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