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Our Festive Opening Hours

Brennan’s Pharmacy Opening Hours for Christmas and New Year 2013 Sunday 22nd Dec: 11am – 1pm Monday 23rd December: 9.00am – 6pm Tuesday 24th December (Christmas Eve): 9.00am – 4pm Wednesday 25th December (Christmas Day): CLOSED Thursday 26th December (St Stephen’s Day): CLOSED Friday 27th December: 12noon – 4pm Saturday 28th December: 10.00am – 6pm […]

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Emergency Contraception – Introduction

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Emergency Contraception – Introduction The emergency contraceptive pill, also known as the morning-after pill or post-coital pill, can be used by a woman to prevent pregnancy after having unprotected sex. It can also be used if another method of contraception has failed, for example if a condom splits or you have forgotten to take one […]

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Feeding

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Choosing how to feed your baby is an important decision for you. In the past, many women breastfed their babies, and there has been a lot of research carried out which has shown that, in most cases, breast milk is the best choice for both mother and child. However, during the 1950s, formula milk became […]

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Crying

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All babies cry, especially in the first few weeks after birth. They cry when they need something, but it does not always mean that something is wrong. Sometimes it may be obvious why your baby is crying, for example, they may have soiled their nappy, want to feed or just need a cuddle. Other times, […]

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Introduction to Allergies

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Allergy is the term used to describe an adverse (bad) reaction by the body to a particular substance. Most things that cause allergies are not obviously harmful, and have no affect on people who are not allergic. Allergies are very common and affect around one in four people in Ireland. Any substance that triggers an […]

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