Staff in Hickey's Pharmacy Newbridge would like to thank everyone, who helped make their #Bumbleance fund raiser a sweet success.
Staff in Hickey's Pharmacy, Fortunestown, Tallaght, pulled out all the stops in support of a wonderful little customer Abbey Mc Guinness. Abbey was diagnosed with Batten disease last year. Hickey's Pharmacies have raised over €20,000 for BUMBLEance, a charity set up by Tony and Mary Heffernan. BUMBLEance was launched in 2013 and quickly became the Children’s National Ambulance Service of Ireland.
Alan Reilly, Supervising Pharmacist, Navan, takes to the saddle for #Bumbleance
Rory and Erica paid a visit to Hickey's in Grafton Street today. Rory is so passionate about our brand, he even sported our brand colours for their visit.
Hay fever symptoms are likely to be worse if the pollen count is high. The pollen count is the number of grains of pollen in one cubic metre of air.
Hayfever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is very common in Ireland.
Rhinitis is irritation and inflammation of the mucous membrane inside the nose. Common symptoms are a stuffy nose, runny nose, sneezing, and post-nasal drip.
The common cold can often be confused with Hayfever because they cause similar symptoms. However, a cold normally lasts for around week. Sneezing, a streaming nose and itchy eyes, which persist for a few weeks, may well be due to Hayfever. Allergens can also trigger asthma symptoms: tight chest, shortness of breath, coughing and wheezing.
Hickey’s Pharmacies held their inaugural Supervising Pharmacist Conference entitled Embracing Change in the Morrison Hotel Dublin on the 11th April.
Hickey’s recognised that in the hussle and bustle of working in busy pharmacies, it can be difficult for pharmacists to ‘raise their heads’ and look to the future. The purpose of the conference was to give their Supervising Pharmacists an insight into future pharmacy trends and to encourage them to take an active role in shaping the future.
Lancôme’s team of Elite Make-Up Artists held exclusive Make-Up Masterclasses and one-to-one appointments sharing their expert advice, tips and techniques in Hickey's Ballincollig and West St. Drogheda recently.
Hickey's staff did their bit for Daffodil Day this year by selling daffodil pins in store. Funds raised support life-saving cancer research and helps the Irish Cancer Society deliver essential services for patients.