NewsBreaking newsFertility clinic to open in LimerickBy Alan Jacques – February 20, 2014 2010 #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy Advertisement Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday WhatsApp Twitter A NEW fertility clinic will open in Limerick next month to facilitate couples who have previously had to travel outside the region for fertility treatment.Cork Fertility Centre this week announced an expansion of their services to include an outreach clinic at Park Manor, Upper Mallow Street in Limerick which will specialise in fertility consultations and testing, diagnostic ultrasonography, ovulation induction (OII), follicle tracking and intrauterine insemination (IUI).Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Leading the new clinic is Dr John Waterstone, consultant at Cork University Maternity Hospital and Bon Secours Hospital and medical director of the Waterstone Group.Cork Fertility Centre has been in operation since 2002 and, according to Dr Waterstone, delivers success rates that match the best in the UK and USA. The clinic is at the forefront of new developments in the field of assisted reproduction and boasts some of the best success rates in Ireland.“Fertility difficulties affect as many as one in five couples in Ireland. Sometimes it can relate to something as simple as lifestyle, which can be addressed and resolved easily. Other couples may need fertility treatment in order to conceive,” said Dr Waterstone.“We are delighted to offer our services to the people of Limerick where we will be available to give expert information and reassurance to couples and to explain the types of treatments available in Ireland. Assisted reproductive services are evolving and when the best medical and nursing care is combined with the latest scientific innovation and developments, notable success rates can be achieved for couples,” he explained.A free fertility information seminar will now be hosted by the Waterstone Group at 1 Pery Square on Saturday March 1 at 10am to give practical advice to couples about fertility issues and how to maximise their chances of conception.There will be a series of short talks from the clinic’s team of gynaecologists, scientists and nurses who will also be available to answer general queries from couples who are trying to conceive. Linkedin Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSCork Fertility CentreDr John Waterstonefertility clinicMusic Limerick Facebook Print Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch New Music: 40Hurtz Email Previous articleCouncil concern over flood risk reportsNext articleCommunity activist Derek flies Labour flag in Limerick East Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’
Move over, James Franco—Neil Patrick Harris is making your life look boring. This year alone, NPH won a Tony Award, released Choose Your Autobiography and now he’s set to host the 2015 Academy Awards. But these are only a few of the things the stage and screen star has recently checked off his bucket list. He’s also hosted the Tony Awards four times, won a collection of Emmys (oh, and he hosted those twice too), met the president, appeared on How I Met Your Mother for nine seasons and donned drag in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. But wait, there’s more! He’s also a director, a producer and the proud father of twins. Phew! Is there anything NPH can’t do? No. He’s magical—wait, did we mention he also does magic? So we’ve dreamed up a few more things we think Neil Patrick Harris should add to his bucket list. What do you want to see him do next? Cast your vote below! View Comments
BATESVILLE, Ind. — The 2017 Reds Caravan kicks off Thursday (1/26), and will make a stop right here in Batesville.Thursday, around 10:00 AM, visit the Southeastern Indiana YMCA for your chance to ask questions and sign autographs.You’ll have the chance to meet broadcaster Thom Brennaman, Fox Sports Ohio host Jim Day, and Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart.If you can’t make it to the Y, be sure to tune in to listen to the live broadcast around 10:00 AM.
Tags: Bishop Luddengirls basketballMarcellusWest Genesee WG was not the only local side having to replace key players on its roster. Bishop Ludden had seen Aurora Deshaies graduate, which put more responsibility on a large returning cast.Against New Hartford, it was two freshmen – one a proven starter, the other a new face – that took charge of the Gaelic Knights’ attack.Amarah Streiff and Keaira Odume both hit on plenty of early baskets, and Ludden bolted out to a 27-18 advantage during a wild first quarter. Much of that advantage would disappear, though, as the Spartans pulled within two, 35-33, by halftime.All through the second half, the two sides traded runs, New Hartford getting 21 points from Sophia Murray and 17 points from Kaia Henderson as it pulled within one, 58-57, with three minutes to play.But key baskets from Streiff, who finished with 24 points, and Odume, who gained 21 points, stretched Ludden’s margin in those final minutes. They got help on offense from Lauren Petrie, who had 10 points, and Kayla Kibling, who got nine points.Quite unlike West Genesee and Bishop Ludden, Marcellus returns its entire starting lineup for 2019-20, and the Mustangs made quite an opening statement with its tournament title at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, near AlbanyAgainst the host Spartans on Friday, the Mustangs won 53-44, erasing an early deficit when it outscored Burnt Hills 17-4 in the second quarter. And all through the second half, Marcellus played well on both sides of the ball to protect its lead.There was near-perfect scoring balance, too, as Katie MacLachlan led with 13 points, including a pair of three-pointers, while three other Mustangs – Sarah Fallon, Emma MacLachlan and Hannah Durand – got 11 points apiece.And Marcellus did not have a letdown in Saturday’s championship game, shutting down Lansingburgh 54-24. The Mustangs had a 14-0 run that spanned the first and second periods, and then scored 13 straight points to open the third quarter.Again, four Marcellus players hit double figures, with Durand at the forefront as she scored 14 points. Emma MacLachlan had 12 points, while Katie MacLachlan got 11 points and Fallon added 10 points.Marcellus plays three more times next week before a key early-season test Dec. 11 when it hosts Westhill. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story By far, the biggest challenge facing West Genesee in 2019-20 is replacing the sister tandem of Madison and Mackenzie Smith, who were largely responsible for the Wildcats’ three consecutive sectional titles and two state final four appearances. Two other starters, Kaitlyn Walker and Aleysha Castanon, also graduated.However, some key players are back, including Catie Cunnigham, and together they have worked plenty in the off-season, motivated by the desire to maintain WG’s place at the top of the AA ranks.The first outing agianst Proctor went quite well. With suffocating defense, the Wildcats, already in front 18-7 after one quarter, limited the Raiders to just eight total points in the next two periods as the game got away. It proved quite a good season-opening weekend for a trio of area girls basketball teams.West Genesee, who made it all the way to the state Class AA championship game last winter, bolted out of the gate Saturday with a 61-22 romp over the Utica Proctor Raiders.Meanwhile, Marcellus grabbed the title of a season-opening tournament at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, and Bishop Ludden, who appeared in the Section III Class A final a season ago, claimed a tough 68-61 decision over New Hartford.
Share StumbleUpon GambleAware: Engage those with lived experience of gambling harms August 28, 2020 Related Articles Marc Etches to step down as CEO of GambleAware in 2021 August 14, 2020 YGAM focuses on BAME community engagement with CVR link-up August 21, 2020 GambleAware, the UK charity committed to minimising gambling related harm, has published a set of resources to help the industry evaluate its responsible gambling initiatives.These published resources have been aimed at executives who want to better understand the shaping of harm minimisation and managers who are running trials or pilot campaigns to counter the problem, as well as corporate social responsibility teams and treatment services who need to use evaluation to improve and demonstrate the effectiveness of their support.The resources, which include a practical guide for using evaluation, are designed for anyone setting up or trying to improve a responsible gambling or harm-minimisation action. It includes frequently asked questions that align with the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board’s Evaluation Protocol.Clare Wyllie, GambleAware Director of Research and Evaluation, said: “One of the five top priorities of the National Responsible Gambling Strategy is ‘to build a culture where new initiatives are routinely evaluated and findings put into practice’. We hope that these resources help the gambling industry to understand what works to minimise harm, so it can invest in actions that make a difference.”The charity, which raised a record-breaking £8 million for the 12 months ending 31 March, was backed in January by the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board (RGSB) to reach its target of £10 million each year in voluntary contributions from the gambling industry operating in Great Britain. Submit Share