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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

Two Orthopaedic nurses from Whitfield in Waterford will travel to Vietnam this month to take part in the first non-U.S. ‘Operation Walk’, where they will assist in over 60 hip and knee replacements performed by an all Irish team of over 50 medical experts.

Helen Shanahan (orthopaedic team leader) and Mary Lou Walsh (orthopaedic theatre nurse) have been fundraising (for a number of months) in order to participate in this worthy cause Whitfield clinic have been very generous in their support

Operation Walk is a private, not-for-profit, volunteer medical services organisation which provides free surgical treatment for patients in developing countries, which have no access to life-improving care for arthritis or other debilitating bone and joint conditions.

Helen Shanahan is looking forward to this wonderful opportunity, “Both Marylou and I have many years of Orthopaedic experience and feel this is a great opportunity

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

WIT is running an information evening on dementia-related conditions on Thursday, 27 April on WIT’s main campus to mark The Alzheimer Society of Ireland’s national fundraising campaign ‘Tea Day’.

This is in addition to a fundraising event for staff and students in the morning and an information bus on campus in the afternoon, with Amy a nurse who has dementia specific knowledge and experiences available to talk to the general public.

The fundraising information event will take place from 5pm with talks starting at 6-8.30pm. These include: Kathy Ryan 'Living with Dementia', Prof Riona Mulachy 'Challenges in Dementia', Jemma Kehoe 'Therapeutic Foods for Dementia', Dr Sinead Conneely 'Legal Planning and Decision Making: Changes in Irish Law and Policy'. Booking

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

Free Blood Pressure check in Sam McCauley Chemists Broad Street and Williamstown this week.

Measuring blood pressure is a simple check which takes only a minute and it could save your life. No appointment is necessary and we can answer any questions you may have in our private consultation room.

High blood pressure affects one in three adults and it can cause gradual damage to the blood vessels and the heart. Often there are no obvious symptoms and if untreated this damage progresses over time and may result in stroke, heart attack or kidney damage. Therefore, it's crucial to be aware of the risks and how you can reduce them.

What is High Blood Pressure?

High blood pressure or Hypertension usually has no symptoms. For most people the only way to know you have hypertension is to have it measured. Two numbers measure the

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

More than 1,000 Irish couples undergo donor egg treatment annually Waterstone Clinic, Ireland’s largest independent fertility specialists, will host a free patient information seminar on egg donation with renowned American clinic, Shady Grove Fertility on Saturday, April 29th at 11am, at Cork Fertility in Lotamore House, one of Waterstone Clinic’s four centres nationwide.

Annually, more than 1,000 Irish couples undergo donor egg treatment, largely due to the rise in women waiting longer to have children. In 2006, Waterstone Clinic was the first clinic in Ireland to commence an in-house egg donation programme. This is for patients who have a known egg donor, such as a sister or friend, and for altruistic donations from women who want to help couples. In the past five years, Waterstone Clinic has also seen a 50% rise in the number of its donor egg treatment cycles

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

Jenny Flynn, head chef at Faithlegg House Hotel has been awarded Best Chef - Regional Winner Muster 2017 at the annual Good Eating Guide awards that took place on Monday, April 10th at a lavish reception in Dublin’s Conrad Hotel. Hosted by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, the event was attended by 125 food industry owners and representatives from across the country.

The 76 page Guide features over 150 hotel, restaurant and public house eating establishments across Ireland. 20,000 copies have been printed and are available free of charge at local tourist information offices or any of the Guide’s featured hotels, restaurants or participating pubs, the 2017 Good Eating Guide to

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

Waterford’s family-run coffee roaster, Coffee House Lane, will host a Business After Hours, in association with Waterford Chamber at 5.30pm on Thursday, April 27th. The event will celebrate the official opening of the Bergin family’s coffee roasting facility in the IDA Northern Extension (beside the An Post Mail Centre).

The move from a 2,000 square feet premises in Kilcohan Industrial Complex to the new 6,000 square feet home at the IDA Northern Extension will facilitate increased production, create employment, expansion into new export markets and development of new coffee blends.

Mark Bergin, founder of Coffee House Lane is excited about the official opening. “We are delighted to welcome local and regional businesses to our opening later this month. We have had great support from the business community and

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Thursday, 13th April 2017

Once again, the students of the Higher Diploma in Television based in Nemeton TV in Gaeltacht na nDéise dominate the Student Media awards for Television Documentary or Drama in Irish.

This year the work of nine students was recognized as being of the highest quality. The deserved winner was Deireadh Ré, a story of five generations of women who have run the famous music pub Mooneys in an Rinn. The film was directed by Ros na Rún’s Ailbhe Nic Dhonncha from an Rinn and edited by Ailbhe Courtney. The other nominated films from the Higher Diploma include Jim of the Mills by Deirdre Orme and Pat Lacken, a celebration of an unusual rural Tipperary pub that only opens once a week for

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

Annual Paddy Kiely Darts

Kilmacow Darts Club will host the Annual Paddy Kiely Darts Competition on Easter Saturday, April 15th at 5pm sharp in The Foxes Den, Kilmacow.Women’s and Men’s competitions, €10 entry. Sponsored by L.D.C. Darts. Contact 051 885313.

Sacred Heart Scouts Group 50th Anniversary

Calling all former scouts from 15th/25th Sacred Heart Group

The 15th/25th Sacred Heart Scouts Group are celebrating their 50th Anniversary on Sunday, 2nd July at 2pm in their Den, located opposite St. Patrick's Hospital. If you are a former scout from our group, it would be wonderful to see you and your family there. We are also writing a book celebrating our 50 years of scouting. We are very keen to include stories, photos or trips down memory lane that you may have. Do you have any memories that you would like to share with us for the

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

Prescription charges

Question

I have a medical card but I seem to be paying more than the monthly cap for prescription charges for my family. Why would this happen and how can I get a refund?

Answer

If you have a medical card, there is a charge for each prescription item you receive. The prescription charge is €2.50, up to a maximum of €25 per month per person or family. For medical card holders over the age of 70 there is a reduced prescription charge, from 1 March 2017, of €2 per item up to a maximum of €20 per month.

Usually your pharmacy keeps records of how much you have paid in prescription charges and makes sure that you do not pay more than the limit each month. However, you may use different pharmacies in the same month, or your family members may not

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, PhD

Q. In the late 1600s, French King Louis XIV complained that he was losing more territory to his astronomers than to his enemies. What, by Jove, did he mean?

A. In 1610, using a primitive telescope, Galileo discovered several of Jupiter’s moons. Io, the closest, orbits the planet very regularly, about once every 1.8 days. Anyone observing Io from anywhere on Earth sees it eclipsed by Jupiter at the same time. So observations of Io allow accurate synchronization of time measurements between distant places. For example, if one had the expected eclipse times for Paris, then these could be compared to local eclipse times to estimate longitudinal distance from Paris. In fact, this was the most accurate way of estimating longitudinal distance in the 1600s.

King Louis XIV, seeking to make his country the world leader

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    Waterford Institute of TechnologyWaterford Institute of Technology is once again making national headlines for all the wrong reasons. At the recent Public Accounts Committee meeting representatives of WIT were questioned and in turn left more questionsunanswered. The Chairman of the P.A.C. Sean Fleming, T.D.,Fianna Fail, called the failure to have up to date accounts for W.I.T. as “disgraceful”.Faced with a deficit of €15m. the financial problems facing the Institute are very …

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