Scientists in UK cite premature death and dementia among dangers facing youngsters on playing fields
Schools should ban "harmful contact" from rugby games, experts have said.
If rugby was a drug it would be banned because of the amount of harm involved, according to a leading expert in public health research.
MORE than one-third of all public patient beds in Ireland are set to close over the next six years. This will enable private investors to make money from the sick and the dying.
Nurses are expected to voice their anger and frustration today over pay levels as their annual conference gets underway.
Nursing chiefs tonight decided to put pay and standards of care at the top of the union’s campaign for change.
Wages, privatisation, staff levels and Minister for Health Mary Harney will be discussed by the country’s nurses and midwives at their annual conference in Co Cavan tomorrow.
Creeping privatisation of Ireland’s healthcare system will put profits before patients, it will be claimed today.
TOP British public health experts appealed to Tánaiste Mary Harney yesterday not to bring the private sector into the Irish health system.
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