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Majority of countries to miss targets for decreasing cervical cancer
Hundreds of thousands of Long Covid sufferers could cripple health service says Denis Naughten
FactCheck: Are vaccinated people as likely to transmit Covid-19 as non-vaccinated people?
Did a study show a vaccinated person is every bit as likely to transmit Covid as an unvaccinated person? We test a claim made in the Dáil by Wexford TD Verona Murphy.
A TD made the claim this week, leading to the Minister for Health criticising the spread of 'anti-vax information'
We spoke to the author of the study referenced by the TD, who said the claim was incorrect
The study's results were complex and it's easy to see how messages became mixed around the findings, writes Brianna Parkins
'A hidden pandemic of orphanhood': One million children worldwide have lost a parent to Covid-19
'This is not good enough': Experts call for comprehensive reform of miscarriage care and treatment
Covid-19 reinfections are rare, but more common in people 65 and older, study finds
Study shows unchanged teen smoking rates in 40% of countries over past two decades
Schools in England that reopened early saw low rates of Covid-19, study finds
One in five people have 'underlying condition that increases severe Covid-19 risk’
Aggressive public health measures halted the spread of Covid-19 in China, study shows
Trans people with gender-aligned passports and birth certificates less likely to feel suicidal, new research finds
Toddlers who view screens for over three hours a day are 'less physically active at age five'
Seven in 10 adolescents in Ireland do not get the recommended daily amount of physical activity
Big Sugar and government neglect to blame for dental healthcare's 'state of crisis'
First scientific review of menstrual cups finds they're safe - and leak the same as other sanitary products
Upscaling rollout of HPV vaccine could 'eliminate' cervical cancer in some countries, study finds
Youths who identify as sexual minorities more vulnerable to depression from age 10
Caesarean section use has almost doubled globally since 2000
Over 1.4 billion adults globally at risk of disease from not doing enough physical activity
Changing the drug used during labour could halve the number of women needing an epidural
75% of chronic pulmonary disease cases linked to childhood illnesses and parental smoking
The Paris Climate Agreement is REALLY expensive... but it could end up saving us money
Single dads at higher risk of premature death than single mothers or couples - study
Scientists say adolescence now lasts until the age of 24
Traffic fumes could cancel out benefits of walking for older people - study
In 1975, one in every 100 Irish children was obese. Now, it's one in every 10
Increase in rate of HIV cases in Irish people aged over 50
Face-to-face bullying is still far more common than cyberbullying
A new study suggests living near a busy road could increase your chances of dementia
More US adults are using marijuana as they don't think it's harmful
Magic mushrooms might be able to help people with severe depression
One of the most common treatments for osteoarthritis is 'ineffective'
Contraception pill reduces risk of developing womb cancer
In the battle to live longer, men are catching up with women
Another reason to fear climate change: Disease carrying mosquitoes
Find it difficult to quit smoking? This might be why
Women using birth control shot have increased risk of contracting HIV
Experimental Ebola vaccines may be lifeline for African countries
Caring for a relative with dementia can make you depressed
More antibiotics would stop rise in dangerous Strep B infections in babies - scientists