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Herald.ie
Rugby pundit Pope describes battle with 'crippling anxiety'brought together hundreds of delegates from firms and organisations, including
Herald.ie / Posted 9 days ago
brought together hundreds of delegates from firms and organisations, including the Defence Forces, the garda and the Health Service Executive, along with members of the public and students, to discuss managing mental health. Growing up in... Read more
9d
Herald.ie
Flu fears as vaccine gives elderly only 'limited protection'of flu circulating. The analysis in the UK found pensioners who had the jab fa
Herald.ie / Posted 9 days ago
of flu circulating. The analysis in the UK found pensioners who had the jab fared no better than those who did not. The Health Service Executive (HSE) said yesterday it did not have data on the number of over-65s in this country who were... Read more
13d
Herald.ie
Rats, cockroaches and missing wall tiles see 10 food outlets shut downcockroaches and missing wall tiles see 10 food outlets shut down For the first
Herald.ie / Posted 13 days ago
cockroaches and missing wall tiles see 10 food outlets shut down For the first time, it has also released copies of the Health Service Executive environmental officer inspector reports that led to the closures. Among the orders to shut down... Read more
13d
Irish Examiner
Cockroaches and rodents prompted closure of Irish food outletsin September the Beachcomber Bar in Rathmullan, Donegal was fined 500 euro foll
Irish Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
in September the Beachcomber Bar in Rathmullan, Donegal was fined 500 euro following a successful prosecution taken by the Health Service Executive in relation to food safety standards. Dr Pamela Byrne, chief executive of the FSAI, said... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Cockroaches and rodents prompted closure of food outletsin September the Beachcomber Bar in Rathmullan, Donegal was fined 500 euro foll
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
in September the Beachcomber Bar in Rathmullan, Donegal was fined 500 euro following a successful prosecution taken by the Health Service Executive in relation to food safety standards. Dr Pamela Byrne, chief executive of the FSAI, said... Read more
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16d
metro
More than 40 children 'drank drain cleaner' in mix up at dentistthe centre in Ennis, Ireland, on Wednesday.70 mile-wide butterfly swarm so big
metro / Posted 16 days ago
the centre in Ennis, Ireland, on Wednesday.70 mile-wide butterfly swarm so big it was seen on weather satellite The Health Service Executive said it is believed that a drain cleaning product had become mixed with water used at the... Read more
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16d
Daily Mirror
43 kids 'drank drain cleaner mixed with water' after horrific blunder at dentistin a dental clinic. Health chiefs said they were trying to contact the parents
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
in a dental clinic. Health chiefs said they were trying to contact the parents of the youngsters who were treated at the Health Service Executive (HSE) facility on Bindon Street in Ennis, Co Clare. The incident is believed to have occurred on... Read more
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16d
Irish Examiner
Scheme aimed at taking the stress out of work launched in CorkCertificate of Recognition. PSYCHED is an initiative of Cork Healthy Cities, w
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
Certificate of Recognition. PSYCHED is an initiative of Cork Healthy Cities, which is supported by Cork City Council, the Health Service Executive and University College Cork. All participating workplaces will be hosted in Cork City Hall in a... Read more
16d
Irish Examiner
10 children report effects after drain-cleaning fluid found mixed with water in dental surgeriesto maintain contact with the families and endeavouring to contact again some wi
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
to maintain contact with the families and endeavouring to contact again some with whom messages were left." Earlier: The Health Service Executive (HSE) has been forced to close a dental clinic in Co Clare and is contacting the parents of 43... Read more
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17d
Irish Examiner
Republic's breastfeeding rates improving faster than North'sa significant contribution to population health. Breastfeeding protected babies
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
a significant contribution to population health. Breastfeeding protected babies and contributed to maternal health. The Health Service Executive wants 38% of all babies to be breastfed at three months of age between now and 2021. More From The... Read more
17d
Belfast Telegraph
'43 children at risk' after drain cleaner mixed with water at dental clinicin a dental clinic. Health chiefs said they were trying to contact the parents
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
in a dental clinic. Health chiefs said they were trying to contact the parents of the youngsters who were treated at the Health Service Executive (HSE) facility on Bindon Street in Ennis, Co Clare. The incident is believed to have occurred on... Read more
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17d
Irish Examiner
HSE contacts parents of 43 kids after drain-cleaning fluid found mixed with water in dental surgeriesdrain-cleaning fluid found mixed with water in dental surgeries Friday, Octobe
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
drain-cleaning fluid found mixed with water in dental surgeries Friday, October 06, 2017 - 12:19 pm By Patrick Flynn The Health Service Executive (HSE) has been forced to close a dental clinic in Co. Clare and is contacting the parents of 43... Read more
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17d
Irish Examiner
Dental surgeries closed after drain cleaning fluid found mixed with waterclosed after drain cleaning fluid found mixed with water Friday, October 06, 2
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
closed after drain cleaning fluid found mixed with water Friday, October 06, 2017 - 12:19 pm By Patrick Flynn The Health Service Executive (HSE) has been forced to close a dental clinic in Co. Clare and is contacting the parents of 43... Read more
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17d
Irish Examiner
Breastfeeding rates up but North/South gap widensa significant contribution to population health. Breastfeeding protected babies
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
a significant contribution to population health. Breastfeeding protected babies and contributed to maternal health. The Health Service Executive wants 38% of all babies to be breastfed at three months of age between now and 2021. Every single... Read more
21d
The News and Star
Bishop who warned cervical cancer vaccine could lead to promiscuity apologisesvital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's i
The News and Star / Posted 21 days ago
vital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's initial remarks as "ignorant". The country's Health Service Executive, which has previously warned parents about conflicting and misleading information, said his... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Bishop who warned cervical cancer vaccine could lead to promiscuity apologisesvital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's i
Whitehaven News / Posted 21 days ago
vital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's initial remarks as "ignorant". The country's Health Service Executive, which has previously warned parents about conflicting and misleading information, said his... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Bishop who warned cervical cancer vaccine could lead to promiscuity apologisesvital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's i
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 21 days ago
vital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's initial remarks as "ignorant". The country's Health Service Executive, which has previously warned parents about conflicting and misleading information, said his... Read more
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21d
Belfast Telegraph
Bishop who warned cervical cancer vaccine could lead to promiscuity apologisesvital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's i
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
vital health issue." Health Minister Simon Harris had described the bishop's initial remarks as "ignorant". The country's Health Service Executive, which has previously warned parents about conflicting and misleading information, said his... Read more
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23d
The Irish Times
Compensation claims against State increase by 22%who successfully sues for damages should increase as the returns on the cash th
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
who successfully sues for damages should increase as the returns on the cash they receive have fallen. Claims against the Health Service Executive and child protection agency Tusla accounted for €1.9 billion of the €2.2 billion total. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Health chiefs condemn bishop's 'ill-informed' contribution to vaccine debatevirus fell by half last year in Ireland amid scares over side-effects but the u
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
virus fell by half last year in Ireland amid scares over side-effects but the uptake has since stabilised. The country's Health Service Executive (HSE) has previously warned parents about conflicting and misleading information. Since 2010 more... Read more
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Irish Examiner
More surgeries completed in children's hospitals so far this year than in all of 2016 - Simon Harrisbe met but the backlog is making things difficult. "I have not, in my time as
Irish Examiner / Posted 26 days ago
be met but the backlog is making things difficult. "I have not, in my time as Minister for Health, a greater focus by the Health Service Executive in relation to rectifying this issue," he said. "We have put in an additional €10m, we have hired... Read more

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