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Last month
June 2024
Debunked: Ireland has not agreed to 'arrest citizens who speak out against the Bird Flu vaccine’
World Health Organisation voices alarm at escalating West Bank health crisis
This year
Nearly one in six young teenagers have been cyberbullied - report
Last year
Gaza population in 'grave peril' due to acute hunger, says World Health Organisation
UN 'gravely concerned' by Israeli strikes on central Gaza as Netanyahu doubles down
The WHO reported “harrowing” accounts of Israel’s attacks on Gaza on 24 December.
Netanyahu wrote in the Wall Street Journal that the Israeli state will not stop with its assault.
The UN Human Rights Office said all attacks had to adhere to international humanitarian law.
The WHO detailed how one Gazan child lost her whole family from one airstrike.
Taoiseach says Ireland’s Covid inquiry will 'certainly' be held next year
Israel to carry out examinations of relief supplies entering into Gaza
WHO makes official request to China for information on rise in illnesses and pneumonia clusters
Ceasefire would be 'the best medicine for the children of Gaza', WHO's Mike Ryan says
Babies evacuated from Al-Shifa receive urgent care; remaining patients in ‘desperate’ situation
Hamas official says no wounded Gazans were evacuated into Egypt today
'Smell of death' pervades Gaza hospitals, says WHO's Mike Ryan
Hospitals in Gaza on the brink of collapse as power set to run out in matter of hours
New round of Covid and flu vaccines to roll out at the start of October, minister says
Air pollution is the greatest global threat to human health, study finds
Soft drink sweetener aspartame ‘possibly carcinogenic', says WHO
'Exponential rise' in number of legal cases being taken against CervicalCheck, says WHO report
Donnelly: Sugar tax will remain despite WHO saying artificial sweetener could cause cancer
Ireland's Covid-19 vaccination programme will pause over the summer
Debunked: Confusion over news article helps spread baseless claims about Pandemic Treaty
WHO to expand support for farmers to grow food instead of tobacco
Mpox no longer a global health emergency says World Health Organisation
Alcohol Action Ireland calls for clampdown on '0%' drink ads as WHO labels it 'grey area'
WHO declares an end to Covid-19 global health emergency
Concern and Goal suspend aid activity in Sudan as NGOs struggle to cope with ongoing violence
Covid pandemic still volatile, WHO warns
China records first human death from H3N8 bird flu, WHO says
China defends search for source of Covid-19 after 'offensive' WHO criticism
Debunked: No, vaccinated people are not more likely to have heart problems from being jabbed
Eight new cases of Marburg disease confirmed in Equatorial Guinea, WHO says
WHO describes bird flu situation as 'worrying' after death of an infected girl in Cambodia
Three years on, WHO says Covid-19 is still a global emergency
WHO panel debates Covid's emergency status and whether pandemic merits highest level of alert
All time
Majority of countries to miss targets for decreasing cervical cancer
WHO to rename monkeypox to 'mpox' to reduce prejudice and stigma
G20 ministers launch billion-dollar pandemic fund
At least 15,000 people killed by hot weather in Europe in 2022, WHO says
World Health Organisation warns Covid is still an international emergency
Irish head of emergencies at WHO reveals he received death threats during pandemic
Uganda declares first Ebola death since 2019