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Government to consider plan to raise position of people with underlying conditions on vaccine priority list
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Government to consider plan to raise position of people with underlying conditions on vaccine priority list

Feb 20th 2021, 6:22 PM 31,957 Views 69 Comments

Moving people with underlying conditions to a higher position on the vaccine priority list would be “fair and reasonable”, the Taoiseach has said.

Terminally ill persons with two-year prognosis will be eligible for a medical card
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Terminally ill persons with two-year prognosis will be eligible for a medical card

Feb 9th 2021, 7:00 PM 22,189 Views 37 Comments

The scheme was approved by Cabinet today .

'Lives could be saved': Woman with MS says adopted people should have access to medical history
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'Lives could be saved': Woman with MS says adopted people should have access to medical history

Feb 6th 2021, 10:30 AM 24,715 Views 4 Comments

“So many lives could be made better, saved, elongated, if doctors knew what they were testing for.”

Consultant oncologist: 'I've seen more advanced cancer cases presenting since Covid hit last year'
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Consultant oncologist: 'I've seen more advanced cancer cases presenting since Covid hit last year'

Feb 4th 2021, 7:00 AM 33,463 Views 7 Comments

Dr Greg Korpanty of University Hospital Limerick on cancer treatment in Ireland during a pandemic.

Expert group reviewing if antigen tests can be used in schools and workplaces
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Expert group reviewing if antigen tests can be used in schools and workplaces

Jan 28th 2021, 12:34 PM 16,837 Views 21 Comments

The health minister said from this week, significant volumes of antigen tests are being deployed across healthcare settings.

Eye-care waiting lists continue to increase, with 23,700 waiting over a year
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Eye-care waiting lists continue to increase, with 23,700 waiting over a year

Jan 25th 2021, 1:22 PM 9,866 Views 7 Comments

Optometrists have offered to help the Government with the Covid-19 vaccination programme.

Opinion: 'All couples should have the right to become parents when faced with infertility'
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Opinion: 'All couples should have the right to become parents when faced with infertility'

Jan 23rd 2021, 7:01 PM 24,628 Views 48 Comments

The Government needs to take action and implement the model of care for infertility, writes Emma Mc Dade.

Opinion: Covid-19 vaccine rollout may present future challenges for employers
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Opinion: Covid-19 vaccine rollout may present future challenges for employers

Jan 14th 2021, 7:00 AM 82,085 Views 59 Comments

As vaccinations continue, employers need to consider the rights of employees when looking at the health of their teams and any return to the workplace writes Jason O’Sullivan.

Here are just some of the government's priorities for the months ahead
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Here are just some of the government's priorities for the months ahead

Jan 14th 2021, 6:15 AM 17,124 Views 29 Comments

Affordable housing, scramblers, e-scooters and speedy trials – just some of the issues the government plan to tackle.

Coronavirus: Six deaths and 6,110 new cases confirmed in Ireland
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Coronavirus: Six deaths and 6,110 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Updated Jan 4th 2021, 7:23 PM 185,580 Views 450 Comments

New figures were revealed by health officials this evening.

'It's a huge comfort our daughter saved someone else's life': 190 organ transplants carried out this year
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'It's a huge comfort our daughter saved someone else's life': 190 organ transplants carried out this year

Dec 31st 2020, 3:24 PM 19,156 Views 8 Comments

Ninety donors were involved in the process – 62 people who had died and 28 living donors.

Over 53,000 patients went without beds in Irish hospitals in 2020, INMO says
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Over 53,000 patients went without beds in Irish hospitals in 2020, INMO says

Dec 31st 2020, 2:28 PM 10,521 Views 36 Comments

The organisation said hospital overcrowding is “unacceptable at the best of times, but it is doubly so when dealing with a contagious virus”.

Transgender healthcare report recommends all patients receive psychological support in Ireland, not UK
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Transgender healthcare report recommends all patients receive psychological support in Ireland, not UK

Dec 31st 2020, 12:36 PM 15,457 Views 0 Comments

The long-awaited report has been published by the HSE after a number of delays.

Leo Varadkar: Case for months of 'sustainable' Covid-19 restrictions while vulnerable are vaccinated
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Leo Varadkar: Case for months of 'sustainable' Covid-19 restrictions while vulnerable are vaccinated

Dec 28th 2020, 9:00 AM 97,261 Views 157 Comments

Varadkar also indicated that Level 5 will last beyond 12 January.

Coronavirus: Record 1,296 new cases confirmed in Ireland, along with six deaths
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Coronavirus: Record 1,296 new cases confirmed in Ireland, along with six deaths

Dec 26th 2020, 3:57 PM 230,877 Views 305 Comments

Health officials confirmed the latest figures today.

O'Gorman confirms research into long-term health impact of living in mother and baby homes
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O'Gorman confirms research into long-term health impact of living in mother and baby homes

Dec 25th 2020, 12:05 AM 16,752 Views 7 Comments

The minister has said survivors will be at the centre of the government’s approach after criticism of how it has handled the situation to date.

Consultant spine surgeon: Movement is key to avoiding back pain in the remote working era
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Consultant spine surgeon: Movement is key to avoiding back pain in the remote working era

Dec 13th 2020, 7:30 AM 60,708 Views 8 Comments

Derek Cawley says the change in our work habits and bad home office setups have contributed greatly to an increase in back pain.

No cases of flu recorded by HSE so far this winter
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No cases of flu recorded by HSE so far this winter

Dec 11th 2020, 10:07 AM 65,286 Views 76 Comments

Two deaths and 107 new cases of the illness were reported in the same week last year.

Doctor who falsified records to blame midwife for stillbirth charged with professional misconduct
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Doctor who falsified records to blame midwife for stillbirth charged with professional misconduct

Dec 3rd 2020, 8:10 AM 44,308 Views 0 Comments

The doctor is suspended from practising in the Republic of Ireland.

Taoiseach says it's 'not satisfactory' that trans healthcare report hasn't been published
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Taoiseach says it's 'not satisfactory' that trans healthcare report hasn't been published

Dec 2nd 2020, 2:14 PM 13,575 Views 0 Comments

The National Trans Healthcare Steering Committee has raised concerns about the status of the report.

Health Minister 'disappointed' at public health doctor plans to strike for three days in January
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Health Minister 'disappointed' at public health doctor plans to strike for three days in January

Updated Nov 30th 2020, 10:38 PM 40,196 Views 42 Comments

The IMO has expressed disappointment at “no meaningful engagement” from the Department of Health for five months.

CervicalCheck support group tells government 'time is up' to discuss proposed tribunal
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CervicalCheck support group tells government 'time is up' to discuss proposed tribunal

Nov 18th 2020, 10:47 PM 17,708 Views 22 Comments

The 221+ group wrote to Health Minister Stephen Donnelly today.

Return of thousands of Irish people for Christmas could result in 'hundreds or thousands of cases' in January
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Return of thousands of Irish people for Christmas could result in 'hundreds or thousands of cases' in January

Nov 16th 2020, 8:25 PM 51,959 Views 136 Comments

Deputy CMO Dr Ronan Glynn said he thinks the majority of people will decide “it’s simply not worth it”.

Opinion: I was shamed for being diagnosed with Covid
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Opinion: I was shamed for being diagnosed with Covid

Nov 3rd 2020, 7:00 AM 95,649 Views 34 Comments

Amy Donohoe was diagnosed with Covid-19 last month and found that the experience brought with it an unwelcome sense of shame.

How can we avoid burnout through this strange winter?
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How can we avoid burnout through this strange winter?

Oct 30th 2020, 7:00 AM 26,830 Views 14 Comments

Tracy Ward explains how burnout affects us – and what to do if we’re feeling it.

Opinion: Eating disorders are ruthless but specialised regional care is hard to find
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Opinion: Eating disorders are ruthless but specialised regional care is hard to find

Oct 26th 2020, 8:00 PM 21,568 Views 8 Comments

One mother, who has seen her daughter suffer, feels the Government and HSE are badly failing people with eating disorders.

Under-staffing issues in health service 'exacerbated by Covid-19 absences'
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Under-staffing issues in health service 'exacerbated by Covid-19 absences'

Oct 21st 2020, 6:15 AM 13,144 Views 11 Comments

The INMO will appear at the Dáil’s health committee today.

Cross-border co-operation on Covid-19 raises hopes for all-island healthcare system amid Brexit fears
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Cross-border co-operation on Covid-19 raises hopes for all-island healthcare system amid Brexit fears

Oct 18th 2020, 12:10 AM 33,760 Views 23 Comments

For years, cross-border healthcare has been slowly and tentatively developing. Now Brexit poses a threat.

Concerns over 'significant delay' in delivery of flu vaccine from HSE supplier
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Concerns over 'significant delay' in delivery of flu vaccine from HSE supplier

Oct 15th 2020, 5:46 PM 26,363 Views 20 Comments

Pharmacists have said the uncertainty about deliveries and cancellation of appointments may undermine the vaccination programme.

Announcement expected as Cabinet meets to discuss possible Level 4 restrictions in border counties
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Announcement expected as Cabinet meets to discuss possible Level 4 restrictions in border counties

Updated Oct 14th 2020, 6:45 PM 97,695 Views 111 Comments

It follows a decision by the Stormont Executive to close schools for two weeks.

Warning that Republic will follow North's Covid-19 trend without 'radical' change in behaviours this week
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Warning that Republic will follow North's Covid-19 trend without 'radical' change in behaviours this week

Oct 14th 2020, 9:29 AM 31,468 Views 92 Comments

Dr Mary Favier said the health service here faces a greater challenge due to resourcing deficiencies.

Sexual abusers ‘going unchecked’ in Ireland's health service, report claims
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Sexual abusers ‘going unchecked’ in Ireland's health service, report claims

Oct 12th 2020, 2:57 PM 17,587 Views 4 Comments

Dignity 4 Patients raised “grave concerns” ahead of the publications of its annual report tomorrow.

Extract: 'Running makes me feel alive, connected to the moment'
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Extract: 'Running makes me feel alive, connected to the moment'

Oct 10th 2020, 6:00 PM 48,356 Views 19 Comments

Author of The Cow Book, John Connell shares his experience of one long and glorious run he had through a forest in Longford, in an extract from his new book.

'People are afraid': Only tenth of women invited for cervical cancer screenings made appointments
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'People are afraid': Only tenth of women invited for cervical cancer screenings made appointments

Oct 10th 2020, 1:23 PM 28,729 Views 42 Comments

Out of 110,000 invitations, only 12,000 have come forward, according to CervicalCheck director.

Plans to 'reverse PUP cuts and double investment in housing': Sinn Féin launches alternative Budget
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Plans to 'reverse PUP cuts and double investment in housing': Sinn Féin launches alternative Budget

Oct 9th 2020, 3:27 PM 21,543 Views 112 Comments

Sinn Féin said it would aim to spend €18.28 billion in total, €6.28 billion more than the government’s target.

'We must not rob Peter to pay Paul': HSE to report back on late cancer diagnosis and outcomes
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'We must not rob Peter to pay Paul': HSE to report back on late cancer diagnosis and outcomes

Oct 7th 2020, 8:40 PM 16,228 Views 24 Comments

The Taoiseach said the lockdown did impact on the non-Covid illness.

Three out of 10 cancers in Ireland are 'potentially preventable through lifestyle changes'
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Three out of 10 cancers in Ireland are 'potentially preventable through lifestyle changes'

Oct 6th 2020, 12:32 PM 31,270 Views 11 Comments

That’s according to a new report published by the National Cancer Registry.

Ireland's public healthcare expenditure ranks ninth in Europe, ESRI report says
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Ireland's public healthcare expenditure ranks ninth in Europe, ESRI report says

Oct 6th 2020, 6:20 AM 15,590 Views 26 Comments

The report author said Ireland’s HCE should not be “interpreted as a measure of hospital service expenditure”.

Selling Our Genes: Government inaction allowing private sector to take control of our DNA
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Selling Our Genes: Government inaction allowing private sector to take control of our DNA

Oct 4th 2020, 1:00 AM 46,310 Views 33 Comments

Hospitals and universities across Ireland are collaborating with Genuity Science due to, experts say, lack of a public project or strategy.

Selling Our Genes: UCD agreement with for-profit DNA collection company 'restrictive'
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Selling Our Genes: UCD agreement with for-profit DNA collection company 'restrictive'

Oct 4th 2020, 12:59 AM 609 Views 0 Comments

Expert familiar with such agreements cited issues with data access, exclusivity and intellectual property.

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