Some 470,000 people in Ireland have asthma, but many of those affected feel lost and believe that the condition is not being taken seriously enough
Simply lecturing people about leading a healthier life is not enough. An expert says
if people are to be persuaded to behave differently, some value has to be created for them in doing his.
The number of smokers fell by 70,000 last year, suggesting that tobacco control measures are working
The findings of a new study involving Irish scientists look set to revolutionise stroke treatment
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?
A ban on the sale of cheap alcohol is just one of a number of measures introduced by the Government to tackle alcohol misuse
A new report has revealed that just 11% of nursing homes in Ireland have dedicated dementia care units
A new report has revealed that almost one in eight mothers in Ireland smoked throughout their entire pregnany
Many people with type 2 diabetes believe they are managing the condition properly, but the reality may be very different
Should the constitution be changed to allow for terminations for fatal fetal abnormalities?
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Irish and US scientists have made a major breakthrough in relation to cystic fibrosis (CF), which could lead to new treatments that help...more