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# Disease

All time
Baby born with HIV may have been cured, scientists say
46 confirmed cases of ash dieback in Ireland
17 ways your office job is destroying your body
Column: My son has epilepsy and stigma still surrounds the disease
John Verling
13 people died of influenza during Ireland's last flu season
Scientists say vaccine temporarily puts brakes on HIV
Column: Why are we getting complacent with our sexual health?
Anna Quigley
Number of whooping cough cases doubles this year
People are living longer - but spending more time ill or injured
World Aids Day: Elimination of HIV and Aids blocked by 'poverty and complacency'
FF calls for strong enforcement of measures to prevent ash dieback spread
Report says climate change impacting negatively on human health
How art and social media helps us understand what it's like to be ill
Further restrictions on ash imports imposed as disease continues to spread
Super-sensitive test lets doctors see disease without microscope
Rats recruited to hunt for TB in Mozambique
New book documents the rise in pandemic diseases and wonders what's next
You really can die of a broken heart
Australia shelves Aboriginal referendum
'Extensively drug-resistant' tuberculosis on the rise worldwide
Australian state's plan for smoke free generation faces opposition
Radiotherapy may increase diabetes risk for some childhood cancer survivors
'Alarming' results show women starting to smoke younger - research
VIDEO: How the Black Death (and potato blight) came to Ireland
What has happened to Ireland's workhouses?
Cystic fibrosis patients begin move to new €22m unit
New drug for cystic fibrosis approved by European regulators
Explainer: When and why are blight warnings issued?
Column: 'There are 1800 people in Ireland who may have HIV but don't know it'
Pam McHugh
Almost 60 per cent more women than men dying from stroke
Column: Reforming our relationship with food can start in schools
Frank Armstrong
Measles cases on the rise - report
Cystic Fibrosis ward to open at Crumlin hospital today
Homosexuality 'a disease', claims India's health minister
HSE warns that half of all smokers will die for their habit
Irish men predicted to live nearly a decade longer by 2041
Passive smoking kills 600,000 every year