Wednesday 23rd March 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
Over the last seven Easter bank holiday weekends, 17 people have died and almost 50 have been seriously injured on Irish roads.
T... Read more →
Children who require eye care in the public system have to wait up to five years to be seen depending on where they live, the Asso... Read more →
There have been some positive developments in the care of people with cystic fibrosis (CF) in Ireland in recent years, however, ma... Read more →
Monday 21st March 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are usually treated with antibiotics, however a new study has found that these drugs may be ineffe... Read more →
Adults who walk, cycle or use public transport to commute to work have a lower body mass index (BMI) and lower body fat percentage... Read more →
Monday 21st March 2016 - Catharine Paddock PhD - Medical News Today
Treating patients with a rare, genetic form of diabetes with therapies aimed at type 2 diabetes could be harmful, and there needs ... Read more →
Friday 18th March 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
Irish patients who face lengthy waiting lists for medical treatment here are entitled to seek treatment abroad and be reimbursed b... Read more →
People with COPD can reduce their risk of dying if they undertake even moderate exercise, a new study has found.
COPD (chronic ob... Read more →
Young adults with type 1 diabetes are ‘a hugely vulnerable group of patients', a leading doctor has claimed.
According to D... Read more →
Wednesday 16th March 2016 - Deborah Condon - Irish Health
Food allergies can have a big impact on quality of life, however many Irish people incorrectly think they have an allergy, when th... Read more →
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