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“Do you know the eight warning signs of breast cancer to look out for?” asks Jane Brennan of Brennan’s Life Pharmacy.

Five minutes that could save your life! “Would you like to know the eight warning signs of breast cancer to look out for?” asks Jane Brennan of Brennan’s Life Pharmacy. We are all a bit shy of talking about breasts, but a five minute chat with any of our team here in Life Pharmacy Donabate... Read more >

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Let’s talk about Type 2 Diabetes with pharmacist Jane Brennan

Did you know that there are more than 1 million people in Ireland at risk of, or who have diabetes? Type 2 diabetes is where the body either doesn’t produce enough insulin, or is unable to fully use the insulin it produces. This results in too much glucose in the blood, which can have serious... Read more >

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Get Active in 2019: Tips to achieve your New Year’s fitness goals

Getting more active is one of the most common New Year’s Resolutions made every January, as thousands look to spark a positive change in their well being and shed their holiday pounds. Gyms around the country reach their peak capacity as members new and old arrive full of motivation and ambition, yet many find it... Read more >

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Articles in Lazy eye

NHS Choices - Introduction

(23/04/2014)

A lazy eye, also known as amblyopia, is a childhood condition that occurs when the vision in one eye does not develop properly.

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NHS Choices - Symptoms of lazy eye

(23/04/2014)

Younger children may be unaware that their vision is impaired, so the only noticeable symptoms of a lazy eye may be related to an underlying condition.

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NHS Choices - Causes of lazy eye

(23/04/2014)

A lazy eye is caused when something, such as a squint, disrupts the normal development of your child's vision.

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NHS Choices - Diagnosing lazy eye

(23/04/2014)

A lazy eye (amblyopia) ideally needs to be diagnosed and treated as early as possible, preferably before a child is six years of age.

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NHS Choices - Treating lazy eye

(23/04/2014)

The two main treatment options for lazy eye are treating any underlying eye problems and encouraging the use of the affected eye.

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