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Last year
Vaccine to protect infants from RSV may be available in Ireland next year
Talks underway with pharma companies to ensure women can access pregnancy sickness meds through GP
Number of patients on trolleys jumps above 700 for second day in a row
Number of overdoses linked to synthetic opioid nitazene in Cork city rises to 13
HSE warns of 'extra risk' to drug users after eight overdoses in Cork in the last 36 hours
Hospitals to roll out 'virtual wards' so patients can be treated at home next year
Assistant psychologist hopefuls 'left in the dark' by HSE recruitment freeze
‘A missed opportunity’: Covid boosters available to millions but HSE advice causes confusion
HSE to face 'exceptionally challenging' year as government funding falls short of closing deficit
HSE warns of public health risk due to low uptake of winter Covid-19 and flu vaccines
150,000 women aged 17 to 26 have accessed free contraception scheme this year
Service users 'devastated' amid plan to shut down 'vital' addiction support service in Dublin
Bruising to 85-year-old Limerick hospital patient’s body could not be explained, inquest hears
12-year-old boy settles claim for €3.75 million over use of epilepsy drug in mother's pregnancy
A potent synthetic opioid was found in the heroin that caused overdoses, but what are nitazenes?
TikTok showing boxes of patient records in derelict hospital building sparks HSE review
Court awards HSE care assistant almost €400,000 after ladder fall at Maternity hospital
Over 1,000 hospital consultants sign up to new public-only contract
HSE recruitment freeze extended for almost all categories
INMO to engage with members over industrial action as HSE consider extending recruitment freeze
At least 40 people in Dublin overdose on 'very potent' heroin batch as HSE issues fresh warning
Human trafficking victims to be protected from deportation under new plans
'Don't dress your pets up' and other helpful advice heading into Halloween night
HPV vaccine 'significantly' reduces signs of pre-cancer in young women, study shows
HSE 'doesn't waste' public money despite €1.5bn deficit, as TD praises 'ballsy' chief executive
'There is no time to waste': What happens next after the Citizens' Assembly on Drug Use?
University Limerick Hospital group issues apology over record-breaking overcrowding levels
Citizens' Assembly on Drugs Use to vote on key recommendations to Government
Ministers blasted over health budget funding as TDs say it is a 'hammer blow' to the public
Taoiseach critical of HSE as 270 extra junior doctors hired with no sign-off
'I miss my baby': Healthcare assistants from non-EU countries demand family status in Ireland
HSE chief executive says next year's funding for health service 'not adequate'
Nobody under 18 has access to early intervention psychosis services
Holidaymakers urged to take extra hygiene precautions amid increased reports of stomach bug
HSE extends recruitment freeze to include agency staff and junior doctors
Letterkenny hospital apologises for emergency department conditions after 78 GPs raise alarm
Fentanyl being 'constantly monitored' amid fears of drug hitting Irish market, minister says
Lack of regulation in mental health sector 'wouldn't happen in any other walk of life'
HSE issues safety notice over two vapes with illegal nicotine levels
HSE managerial and admin staff begin industrial action