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Irish Medical Times

The advice will help healthcare professionals diagnose, stage and treat ovarian, oesophageal and OGJ cancers

Irish Independent Health

Pharmacists are calling on the Government to provide additional funding in the forthcoming budget to allow them provide extra services for patients.

Irish Independent Health

A decision to cut a vital training allowance for people with disabilities has been slammed as an attack on society's most vulnerable.

Irish Independent Health

One in four children and three out of four adults in Ireland are overweight or obese.

Irish Medical Times

‘Living With and Beyond Cancer in Ireland’ takes place this afternoon

Irish Independent Health

A toddler who put a laundry pod in her mouth had to wait over an hour for an ambulance, according to her parents.

Irish Independent Health

The HPV vaccine for boys will be rolled out next month with parents being urged to protect their sons from cancer - but research highlights 75pc do...

Irish Medical Times

The Government intends to extend GP care without fees to all children aged between six and 12 years, on a phased basis

Irish Medical Times

Department of Health issues Health Service Executive clarification on future measurement of on-site private practice

Irish Medical Times

The new deadline for entries is 4pm on Friday, August 30

Irish Medical Times

Irish Heart Foundation calls on Minister to ban e-cigarette advertising

Irish Medical Times

Two drugs designated for future use of Ebola patients