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Drug unavailable in Ireland 'is the only bit of hope' to keep Lewis walking - Irish Examiner;

Drug unavailable in Ireland 'is the only bit of hope' to keep Lewis walking - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerDrug unavailable in Ireland 'is the only bit of hope' to keep Lewis walkingIrish ExaminerTime for five-year-old Lewis Harte Walsh is precious. He has a rare muscle-wasting condition, called Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), writes Evelyn Ring. Lewis Harte Walsh is a very smart five-year-old. He has just started school and he loves every ...and more »

Study reveals if your girlfriend does this during sex, then she's more likely to cheat on you - JOE;

Study reveals if your girlfriend does this during sex, then she's more likely to cheat on you - JOE

JOEStudy reveals if your girlfriend does this during sex, then she's more likely to cheat on youJOEAs much as we all might hate to admit it, there are some sure-fire signals that your partner is cheating on you, and alarm bells go off whenever we see them. While the old lipstick-on-the-collar thing never made a lot of sense to us (are women kissing ...Study finds out the type of man that will make you orgasm betterHer.ieBlack Women Aren't Having Enough Orgasms And Their Careers Are To Blame Says AuthorMadameNoireStraight women still aren't getting their fair share of orgasmsThe Sydney Morning HeraldYourTango -Men's Health -Fox News -Times of Indiaall 24 news articles »

'If you smoke 20 cigarettes a day, you inhale a mugful of tar each year' - thejournal.ie;

'If you smoke 20 cigarettes a day, you inhale a mugful of tar each year' - thejournal.ie

thejournal.ie'If you smoke 20 cigarettes a day, you inhale a mugful of tar each year'thejournal.ieOne in every two smokers will die of a tobacco-related disease – pharmacists want to buck this trend. By Órla Ryan Wednesday 1 Mar 2017, 6:15 AM. 13 minutes ago 44 Views 1 Comment. http://jrnl.ie/3263215. Share Tweet Email. Image: Shutterstock/Marc ...Irish doctor's 10 tips to help you quit smoking straight awayIrish MirrorASH Ireland urges Longford smokers to try quitting this Ash WednesdayLongford LeaderWheatbelt woman shares pastAvon Valley AdvocateSomalilandPressall 6 news articles »

Gardaí probe whether children 'endangered' by health service staff - Irish Independent;

Gardaí probe whether children 'endangered' by health service staff - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentGardaí probe whether children 'endangered' by health service staffIrish IndependentGardaí are probing whether current and former health service staff recklessly endangered intellectually disabled children by allowing them to be placed or remain in a foster home at the centre of physical and sexual abuse allegations. The garda probe ...Grace files: Will this inquiry finally speak out for the girl without a voice?Irish ExaminerHSE denies cover-up of concerns about people in foster careIrish TimesGardai probe staff as Kenny calls abuse scandal 'a disgrace'Herald.ieKildare Nationalist -Kilkenny People -Newstalk 106-108 fm -BreakingNews.ieall 52 news articles »

Sharp rise in colorectal cancers in US millennials recorded - Irish Times;

Sharp rise in colorectal cancers in US millennials recorded - Irish Times

Irish TimesSharp rise in colorectal cancers in US millennials recordedIrish TimesCancers of the colon and rectum have been declining in older adults in recent decades and have always been considered rare in young people. However, scientists are reporting a sharp rise in colorectal cancers in millennials - adults as young as in ...Born in the '90s? Your colon cancer risk could be risingCNNWhy Are More Young Americans Getting Colon Cancer?NPRColorectal cancer rates are rising among younger Americans even as they're falling for othersLos Angeles TimesABC2 News -RTE.ie -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette -KVUE.comall 91 news articles »

University Hospital Galway apologises to parents of severely brain damaged girl - RTE.ie;

University Hospital Galway apologises to parents of severely brain damaged girl - RTE.ie

RTE.ieUniversity Hospital Galway apologises to parents of severely brain damaged girlRTE.ieUniversity Hospital Galway has apologised to the parents of a six-year-old girl who was severely brain damaged after a delay in treating her for jaundice soon after her birth in 2011. Lawyers for Sadhbh Farrell said a simple and inexpensive treatment ...€2.6m for girl with cerebral palsy after simple test missedIrish IndependentGirl with cerebral palsy awarded €2.6m over failings in care after birthIrish TimesParents of girl left brain damaged after medical blunder awarded almost €2.7 millionIrish MirrorGalway Independent -thejournal.ie -TodayFMall 9 news articles »

Sharp fall in child cancer deaths - from 50-60 per year to fewer than 25 - Irish Examiner;

Sharp fall in child cancer deaths - from 50-60 per year to fewer than 25 - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerSharp fall in child cancer deaths - from 50-60 per year to fewer than 25Irish ExaminerThe number of children dying each year from cancer has reduced substantially since the 1950s, from 50-60 per year to fewer than 25, according to an analysis of childhood cancer trends. The reduction in mortality largely reflects major improvements in ...The number of Irish children surviving cancer is rising as death rate among the lowest in EuropeIrish MirrorSignificant decline in childhood cancer mortalityRTE.ieIrish child cancer death rates among the lowest in EuropeIrish TimesIrish Independent -Washington Post -Irish Health -Healioall 21 news articles »

15 ways to support a loved one with an eating disorder - Irish Independent;

15 ways to support a loved one with an eating disorder - Irish Independent

Irish Independent15 ways to support a loved one with an eating disorderIrish IndependentUp to a staggering 200,000 people in Ireland are affected by eating disorders. To mark Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Áilín Quinlan talks to Harriet Parsons, psychotherapist with BodyWhys, and with clinical psychologist Dr Malie Coyne, a lecturer at ...Author and charity call on people in Glasgow to be more supportive, this Eating Disorder Awareness WeekGlasgow Evening TimesWhat to do if you have a rocky relationship with foodKSL.comConfessions of a recovering anorexic — Eating disorders are different for everyone, here is my storyArgonautWestern Herald -The Oracle -FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay -KXXV News Channel 25all 18 news articles »

Una, 17, looks to Share the Care - Irish Examiner;

Una, 17, looks to Share the Care - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerUna, 17, looks to Share the CareIrish ExaminerUna Mc Nicholas' weekends aren't spent hanging out with friends or lounging on her bed scrolling idly through Instagram. Launching the Share the Care campaign are Sam Kratschmar, Jessica Walsh, and Una Mc Nicholas. Picture: Maxwells. The fifth-year ...Share the Care: State 'must better support' family carersIrish Timesall 3 news articles »

Supporting the foster carers - Irish Times;

Supporting the foster carers - Irish Times

Irish TimesSupporting the foster carersIrish TimesOn the wall of a small, nondescript room in a Tallaght office building, a purple poster exhorts all who behold it to “Keep calm and carry on”. While the origin of the text lies in very British stoicism in the lead-up to the second World War, it's sound ...Somerset County Council urges foster carers to take care of asylum seeking childrenThis is The West CountryFun and laughter for foster carersPortadown Timesall 4 news articles »

'I am asking for the space' - Harris appeals for more time to reach deal on CF drugs - Irish Independent;

'I am asking for the space' - Harris appeals for more time to reach deal on CF drugs - Irish Independent

Irish Independent'I am asking for the space' - Harris appeals for more time to reach deal on CF drugsIrish IndependentHealth Minister Simon Harris has appealed for a few more weeks to finalise discussions on a price deal for the cystic fibrosis drugs Orkambi and Kalydeco. He appealed to campaigners who are desperate to make the drugs available to allow him space.Progress reported in talks on cystic fibrosis drugRTE.ieall 2 news articles »

Dirty dozen superbug list compiled by World Health Organisation - Irish Times;

Dirty dozen superbug list compiled by World Health Organisation - Irish Times

Irish TimesDirty dozen superbug list compiled by World Health OrganisationIrish TimesThe 12 drug-resistant superbugs that pose the greatest threat to human health have been identified in a list published by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The global health organisation's first ever list of “priority pathogens” has been drawn up to ...A closer look at 12 antibiotic-resistant 'priority pathogens'CTV NewsUN publishes list of 12 most deadly bacteriaThe AustralianWHO identifies antibiotic-resistant 'priority pathogens'CIDRAPThe Guardian -CNN -CBC.ca -Washington Postall 59 news articles »

Early birds may make healthier food choices than night owls - TV3.ie;

Early birds may make healthier food choices than night owls - TV3.ie

TV3.ieEarly birds may make healthier food choices than night owlsTV3.ieNight owls tend to consume more sucrose and less protein overall than people who are early risers, new research asserts. Early birds may make healthier food choices than night owls. Early morning risers are more likely to make healthier food choices ...Sorry, night owls: Morning people make healthier food choices throughout the dayMen's Fitnessall 4 news articles »

Vera to resume her walk to Dublin as cannabis treatment refused for Ava - Southern Star Newspaper;

Vera to resume her walk to Dublin as cannabis treatment refused for Ava - Southern Star Newspaper

Southern Star NewspaperVera to resume her walk to Dublin as cannabis treatment refused for AvaSouthern Star NewspaperVera has resumed her walk to Dublin to try and get help for her daughter Ava. Photo: John Delea. VERA Twomey, the mother of six-year-old Ava from Aghabulloge near Coachford, is to re-commence her walk to the Dail today, for the right to access ...Fair play: Cork mother Vera Twomey is walking from Cork to Dublin in an effort to get Simon Harris to give her ...http://theliberal.ie/ (press release) (blog)all 3 news articles »

HIQA inspections find variations over medication safety - RTE.ie;

HIQA inspections find variations over medication safety - RTE.ie

RTE.ieHIQA inspections find variations over medication safetyRTE.ieThe Health Information and Quality Authority has said it found a wide variation in the medication safety arrangements in hospitals during the first inspections of this kind. Under-reporting of mistakes, non-reporting of near misses with drugs and ...Hiqa finds evidence of under-reporting of medication mistakesIrish TimesGood news for south Donegal patients as HIQA praises Sligo University HospitalDonegal DemocratHIQA seeks improvements at Sligo University HospitalLeitrim ObserverBreakingNews.ieall 5 news articles »

Going with the flow: Siobhan O'Connor on the battle of the breast - Irish Independent;

Going with the flow: Siobhan O'Connor on the battle of the breast - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentGoing with the flow: Siobhan O'Connor on the battle of the breastIrish Independent'It's natural that your baby will crawl up to your breast and suck away,” proclaimed the midwife at my antenatal class. After a lengthy induction process followed by an emergency caesarean, a medical team swooped in to latch my baby girl on to the breast.Maybe breast is best, but what if I just don't want to breastfeed?MetroMum whose baby accidentally starved tellsYahoo7 BeHow To Have Sex When You're Breastfeeding, Because Fear Of Leaking Is A ThingRomperPOPSUGAR -Birmingham Mail -Royal Gazette -Huffington Post UKall 13 news articles »

Sprint to find Zika vaccine could hinge on summer outbreaks - La Crosse Tribune;

Sprint to find Zika vaccine could hinge on summer outbreaks - La Crosse Tribune

La Crosse TribuneSprint to find Zika vaccine could hinge on summer outbreaksLa Crosse TribuneResearchers say they need locations with an active viral outbreak to conduct large-scale human trials. prev. next. As warmer temperatures herald the arrival of pesky mosquitoes, researchers are feverishly working on several promising vaccines against ...Not all bug repellents are equalManila BulletinHawk tests positive for West Nile virus; protect against mosquitoesFallbrook / Bonsall Villlage NewsResearchers aim to disrupt egg production in dengue- and Zika-spreading mosquitodomain-BFijivillage -An F1 Blog (blog) -Siliconrepublic.com -Fiji Broadcasting Corporationall 12 news articles »

Australian first medical trial provides Bella Allan fighting chance in cancer battle - Herald Sun;

Australian first medical trial provides Bella Allan fighting chance in cancer battle - Herald Sun

Herald SunAustralian first medical trial provides Bella Allan fighting chance in cancer battleHerald SunAN Australian-first medical trial has given eight-year-old Bella Allan a fighting chance. The Frankston South youngster is battling t-cell leukaemia, a rare cancer with a bleak outlook. Resistant to chemotherapy and returning after a bone-marrow ...'This is what it feels like when your husband is diagnosed with cancer'Her.ieall 2 news articles »

How hidden charges add to nursing home costs - Irish Independent;

How hidden charges add to nursing home costs - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentHow hidden charges add to nursing home costsIrish IndependentAn elderly nursing home resident who requested cranberry juice instead of orange juice at breakfast was shocked to discover the bill for her favoured drink added to her weekly invoice. The case is one of several examples of questionable charges imposed ...and more »