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Public urged to ensure measles vaccination

Wednesday 17th August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Members of the public are being reminded of the importance of vaccinating themselves against measles. According to the Health Pro... Read more →

Breastfeeding more likely after home birth

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 →

New care standards for bereaved parents

Monday 15th August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

New standards aimed at helping parents who have suffered pregnancy loss or perinatal death have been launched by the HSE. Accordi... Read more →

Exercise benefits those with schizophrenia

Monday 15th August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

Aerobic exercise could significantly improve the lives of those affected by the mental health condition, schizophrenia, a new stud... Read more →

World's biggest sperm bank making regular deliveries here

Friday 12th August 2016 - Alan O'Keeffe - Irish Independent

Home insemination with donor sperm is occurring in significant numbers in Ireland, with some 75 shipments to home addresses fr... Read more →

Recruitment for cancer trials needs new boost

Friday 12th August 2016 - Jane O'Faherty - Irish Independent

Recruitment for cancer trials in Ireland needs to be boosted, a new study has concluded. Research conducted by the Medical ... Read more →

Drug could extend lives of cancer patients

Friday 12th August 2016 - David Kearns and Luke Byrne - Irish Independent

Up to 80 people a year could be given a new lease of life as a radical new drug for treating some forms of blood cancer is hel... Read more →

Campaign to raise awareness of self harm

Wednesday 10th August 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health

A new campaign aimed at raising awareness of self harming has been launched. Self harm is when someone cuts, hurts or injures the... Read more →

New cancer drug now available in Ireland 'offers hope' for patients with rare blood cancers

Wednesday 10th August 2016 - Meadhbh McGrath - Independent

A new cancer drug has been made available to Irish patients with three rare forms of blood cancer following a successful trial las... Read more →

Legislation needed as CRC staff get access to public pension

Wednesday 10th August 2016 - Colin Gleeson - Independent

New legislation will be required following a Government decision to grant staff at the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) access to a p... Read more →

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