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Medscape ICU

Israeli startup Sight Diagnostics said on Wednesday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had cleared its device that can process results for the m...

Medscape ICU

Special ambulances that carry equipment to treat stroke on the spot make a difference even when there are lots of hospitals nearby, a new study sug...

Medscape ICU

At the International Diabetes Federation 2019 Congress, two experts debate the controversial topic, revealing differing perspectives on benefits vs...

ICU Network

Twenty-five years of climate action has delivered public and political inaction. Climate is now an urgent health emergency.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

A marathon round of amendments and parliamentary debate will likely see voluntary assisted dying implemented in WA in around 18 months. It's time t...

Irish Independent Health

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has indicated he will consider offering another independent assessment to women or bereaved families who were part of the ma...

Irish Independent Health

Construction costs for the controversial €1.7bn National Children's Hospital (NCH) could soar by another €50m due to inflation, the Dáil's spending...

Irish Independent Health

Foe the health service, every winter is a winter of discontent.

Irish Independent Health

Hundreds of ambulances a month are being held up at hospital A&E departments for up to three hours, unable to respond to potentially life-threateni...

Irish Independent Health

A 67-year-old cancer patient discharged herself from hospital due to overcrowding and died four days later, an inquest heard.

Irish Independent Health

The one million extra home help hours provided in the Budget won't clear the waiting list of more than 7,600 people, the Dáil's spending watchdog h...

Irish Independent Health

A heroic teenage scoliosis sufferer who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro despite having undergone corrective surgery on her spine just 18 months previousl...