Tuesday 23rd August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
Up to one-third of children in Ireland who are in the early stages of type 1 diabetes are not being referred to hospital promptly ... Read more →
Tuesday 23rd August 2016 - Eilish O'Regan - Independent
Many women from Ireland who travel to England for a pregnancy termination at one of its main abortion providers are being referred... Read more →
Tuesday 23rd August 2016 - Ella Pickover - Independent
The risks of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may have been underestimated, experts have said.
Women taking combined HRT to co... Read more →
Friday 19th August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
The risk of death after stroke may be higher in people with anaemia, a new study has found.
Anaemia is a condition caused by a la... Read more →
Around 280 women in Ireland will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and some 90 will die from the disease in 2016, the Irish Cancer... Read more →
Female athletes who suffer at least one concussion appear to experience long-term structural changes to the brain, researchers hav... Read more →
Wednesday 17th August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
With thousands of children getting ready to go back to school shortly, a new study has found that those who have a positive relati... Read more →
Parents of students due to receive their Leaving Cert results this week are being encouraged to talk to their children about the r... Read more →
Members of the public are being reminded of the importance of vaccinating themselves against measles.
According to the Health Pro... Read more →
Monday 15th August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
Women are much more likely to breastfeed if they give birth at home, a new Irish study has found.
Researchers in Trinity College ... Read more →
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