Friday 1st July 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
Simple, inexpensive activities, such as playing cards, could help stroke patients to regain their strength and coordination, a new... Read more →
Thursday 30th June 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
A drug which is currently used to treat different types of addiction, may have a beneficial effect on some cancer patients, new re... Read more →
Ireland's first ever European Youth Exchange summer camp for young people with Williams Syndrome has been launched.
Williams synd... Read more →
Psychiatric nurses are beginning industrial action today in response to major understaffing throughout the mental health service.
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Monday 27th June 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
The lifelong ban on gay men donating blood is to be lifted, the Minister for Health has announced.
Men who have sex with men have... Read more →
Scientists have confirmed the existence of the ‘pregnancy waddle'.
According to a team from Japan, a baby bump changes the ... Read more →
A cancer trial to test a new treatment for patients with advanced breast cancer, which is not responding to currently available tr... Read more →
Friday 24th June 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
People with diabetes are significantly more likely to die from the effects of a heart attack compared to those without the conditi... Read more →
People living in urban areas who visit parks for at least 30 minutes each week are less likely to have high blood pressure or depr... Read more →
A new campaign is calling for urgent action to tackle the major shortage of rehabilitation services in Ireland for people with neu... Read more →
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