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# children's health

Last month
May 2024
Fixing delays with childen's spinal surgeries 'not rocket science', President Higgins says
Last year
Inquest hears hospital staff missed sepsis red flags in girl (4) who died after being discharged
New Children's Hospital won't open until April 2025 at the earliest
HSE rolls out walk-in flu vaccines for children after 700 hospitalisations over winter
All time
Children's Health Ireland cites 'pressure on beds' as it postpones three scoliosis surgeries
Consultants say orthopaedic care conditions for children are 'inadequate and chaotic'
Plan to tackle healthcare waiting lists to be announced shortly, says Taoiseach
More parents need to bring their children for flu vaccine, doctors say
'Failing Ireland's children': Hospitals postpone surgeries due to virus, flu and vomiting bug outbreaks
Simon Harris considering banning ads for vaping products near schools and playgrounds
Two cases of Irish children with polio-like disease reported this year
Three year campaign results in 33,000 children with disabilities getting full medical cards
Children at risk of obesity as parents bribe them with sweets and biscuits
Australian woman banned from breastfeeding - because she has tattoos
Fears that families of children with serious illness could face 'rigorous' medical card means test
Children with Spina Bifida are massively under-served in Ireland: study
Burgers and chips have now been banned from the Community Games
Some discretionary medical cards to be reinstated 'within weeks'
Column: I lost my daughter to meningitis – why is a vaccine for MenB still not provided?
Siobhán Carroll
British parliament votes in favour of smoking ban in cars with children
Half of children who smoke had their first cigarette aged 13 or younger
New hospital in 2017 will be 'too late' for today's sick children
50-acre site for children's hospital submitted to review group