Sunday, October 20, 2019

Dementia and Nutrition

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

Dementia: a closer look

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

Key health projects escape Budget axe

WATERFORD’S vital health projects will escape the Budget axe. It had been feared they might suffer because of the overspend on the National Children’s Hospital....

HSE plans local forums to advise on mental health

THE HSE is developing local forums to help people who people use mental health services and their family and carers. Five information meetings have been...

The growing obesity crisis

A few weeks ago, I came across an old black and white picture of my classmates and me from junior school in the late...

5G is heading our way … and it’s coming fast

COMMERCIAL 5G is being launched in Ireland for the first time. Waterford is one of five counties chosen for the new technology which is...

666: unlucky number left waiting at UHW

IT is known as the Number of the Beast: 666 is said to be the devil’s sign and extremely unlucky. And so it has proved...

Cath lab’s closure ‘is a constant concern’

THE Fianna Fáil TD for Waterford Mary Butler has said contingencies must be in place if the  results in the temporary closure of the...

Merger means longer waiting lists for children

CHILDREN in Waterford who are already waiting up to 12 months for an autism consultation may now face further delay. There may also be...

€5.7m secures new morgue for UHW

FUNDING of €5.7 million has been approved for a new morgue at Waterford University Hospital (UHW). It is scheduled to open in 2021 and...
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