People who survive a critical illness are often told they are lucky to be alive. But what if they don't feel lucky and instead feel scared, angry and confused?
Long-term dementia care severely lacking
A new report has revealed that just 11% of nursing homes in Ireland have dedicated dementia care units
Long wait for kids' dermatology care
Children who need to access dermatology services at Temple Street Children's Hospital now face being placed on an additional waiting list due to a lack of specialists, the Irish Skin Foundation (ISF) has warned.
Almost 1 in 8 mums smoke in pregnancy
A new report has revealed that almost one in eight mothers in Ireland smoked throughout their entire pregnany
Many failing to manage diabetes properly
Many people with type 2 diabetes believe they are managing the condition properly, but the reality may be very different
Hospital crisis a success story for broken system
Our broken health system operates through controlling, filtering and delaying access to care. On that basis, huge trolley numbers and waiting lists can be deemed a success story
Diabetes camp to focus on lifestyle changes
Many people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes do not receive enough information about necessary lifestyle changes. A new health camp is hoping to tackle this issue
Irish men have 'less healthy diets'
Irish men consume less healthy foods, prefer bigger portions and are more likely to pick the \\\\\\\'convenient\\\\\\\' option, a new report has shown
New technology 'can cut deaths from sepsis'
New testing equipment can, it is claimed, save lives by identifying more quickly which bacteria are causing serious infections, therefore allowing for the right drug treatment at the right time