People should treat coronavirus as they would seasonal flu - think about those most at risk and try to protect them, a consultant microbiologist has urged.
According to the INMO, the worst hit is University Hospital Limerick where 75 people are waiting for beds.
This is the highest the number has been in almost two weeks as the overcrowding crisis in Irish hospitals shows no signs of slowing down.
The body of a man who was shot in Rowans Little, Walshestown in Balbriggan has been removed from the scene.
Over 530 patients are waiting on trolleys at hospitals across the country today.
People living with type-2 diabetes and obesity can reverse or put their diabetes into remission if they lose 15% of their body weight.
A man has been shot in Dublin city centre. It is believed the shooting took place at around 10pm.
Inspections of a number of hospitals have found under-reporting of medication ‘near misses’ and incidents.
HSE review of BowelScreen service at Wexford General Hospital results in 10 recommendations.
Gardaí have arrested a woman in connection with a robbery and serious assault on Lower Drumcondra Road, Dublin last Tuesday evening.
An international cancer trial has opened in Ireland investigating the risks for young women who had breast cancer becoming pregnant.
Myths around cancer trials need to be dispelled to save lives says consultant oncologist Catherine Kelly at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital and Mater Private Hospital. She was speaking at an event last night in Dublin.
The number of women giving birth by Caesarean section (C-section) in Ireland continues to rise, year on year, as does the number of people taking antibiotics.
St Stephen’s Day has lived up to its reputation as a busy one for hospitals, with figures from emergency departments around the country showing a spike in presentations the day after Christmas.
MUSIC and dance have long been believed to possess transformative powers, from Turkish spinning dervishes dancing to elevate their souls, to African tribal healers stomping in frenzied trances to cure illness.
A man has died after he was stabbed in Dublin this evening.
AN irritating boss or colleague, misbehaving children, being bumped into in the street are just a few of the things that can make any of us cross sometimes.
HEALTH experts investigating the death of a woman found severely malnourished in her daughter’s home will scrutinise the services offered to her in her last two years alive.
A DUBLIN hospital has reversed a controversial decision to postpone a cancer drug trial it deferred because patient information leaflets contained wording at odds with its Catholic ethos.
More than a 100 men who suffered from prostate cancer have donated tumours as part of ground-breaking research into the disease, it emerged today.
Robert McCutcheon of the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin has been elected as the first official chairman of the Irish Agresso User Group (IAUG).
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