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’
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Wednesday, BYU men’s basketball ensues in the Men Against Breast Cancer Cougar Cup by hosting the Rice Owls of Conference USA at the Marriott Center.This will be the Cougars’ fifth consecutive home game in a six game stretch at Provo and BYU has swept all of them thus far as they are at 4-1 after dropping the season opener to Top 10 foe Nevada.The Cougars were one-time conference brethren of the Owls as they were together in the Western Athletic Conference from 1996-1999 and BYU leads the all-time series 5-2.In a 91-60 win over Alabama A&M Saturday, forward Yoeli Childs netted 18 points and 12 rebounds, his sixth straight double-double which represents the fifth-longest double-double streak in BYU history.The Owls are led by head coach Scott Pera who is 10-26 (.278) at Rice since taking over in the 2017-18 season.Rice comes into this game at 3-2, amassing 79.8 points per game on the season and giving up 73.6 points per contest.Junior guard Ako Adams averages a team-best 14.8 points per game for the Owls, while he also shoots a team-best 91.7 percent at the foul line. Tags: Ako Adams/BYU Men’s Basketball/Cougar Cup/Nevada/Rice Owls/Scott Pera/Yoeli Childs November 19, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Basketball’s Cougar Cup Ensues With Wednesday Game Against Rice Brad James
Donald Gregory Leiker, age 75 of Garden City, Kansas passed away on Thursday, December 25, 2017 at Margaret Mary Health in Batesville, Indiana. The son of Robert and Clara (nee: Gable) Leiker was born on January 20, 1942 in Garden City. He was one of 9 children.The US Army veteran owned and ran a car wash in Garden City for years. He is survived by his daughter, Miki Riehle (Troy) and son Greg Leiker both of Versailles along with one grandson, Shawn Riehle. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Dawn (nee: West) Leiker in 2016.The family chose cremation. There will be services in Garden City at a later date with burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens in Garden City, KS.
North was a doubt for the series opener at Suncorp Stadium after sustaining the injury a week ago, but assistant coach Rob Howley revealed he has fully recovered. “George came through a fitness test this morning and I’ve never seen him in better shape. He’ll be available and that’s a big boost for us,” Howley said. North has been in superb form Down Under with his ability to beat defenders making him a key weapon against the Wallabies, and the 21-year-old is set to be named on the left wing at Thursday’s team announcement. “We’ve looked after him over the last week to 10 days and it’s a huge boost to have someone like him available,” Howley said. “Over the last 12 months I haven’t seen him in better physical shape and that’s why we took the decision to get him 100 per cent physically well. “I’m sure he’s looking forward to playing at the weekend – if selected.” Centre Jamie Roberts and wing Tommy Bowe are almost certain to miss the first Test with respective hamstring and hand problems, but England’s Manu Tuilagi could yet feature following a positive update on his shoulder injury. “Jamie is progressing. He ran today and is unlikely to be fit for the weekend, as is Tommy Bowe,” Howley said. “Tommy is more likely to be available for the second Test. Manu is improving every day and the strength is coming back into his shoulder and he will be touch and go.” Press Association British and Irish Lions winger George North has been passed fit for Saturday’s first Test against Australia after recovering from his hamstring problem.