Ireland

HSE issues warning as two tested positive for Zika virus in Ireland

Zika VirusWhile the World Health Organization declared a global emergency over the explosive spread of the virus earlier this week, it has stressed that the connection to microcephaly is circumstantial and has not yet been proven scientifically.

Chiquita and Fyffes Revise Their Merger Agreement

Chiquita and Fyffes Revise Their Merger AgreementThe boards of Chiquita and Fyffes, the fruit importer from Ireland have agreed to revise their merger deal.

The alterations that are proposed in the revised deal will give the shareholders of Chiquita a greater stake in a company which will become the biggest supplier of bananas in the world.

73 percent patients content with GP access in Northern Ireland

GPJust about 75 percent of patients stay fulfilled by their capability to get to a GP as indicated by new figures from Northern Ireland's Patient and Client Council.

Asthma patient can breathe easy due to lucky visit

Asthma patient can breathe easy due to lucky visitA young asthma patient, Max Dunne got lucky when the Asthma Society open day clinic organised consultation. With World Asthma Day coming up fast his family members share their story with Ailin Quinlan.

Free GP care bill unachievable by this summer

Free GP care bill unachievable by this summerParents have been told by GPs that administration arrangements to present free GP administer to under-sixes by this sunny season are "unachievable".

The Irish Medical Organization (IMO) was remarking after the Cabinet endorsed the proposed enactment to underpin the measure, which plans to give free GP consideration to 240,000 youngsters.

Top psychologist cautions against over-medication to deal with stress

Top psychologist cautions against over-medication to deal with stressLeading psychologist cautions against the "over-medication" of typical anxiety because of the reason that it can prevent individuals handling their issues without being dependent on tablets.

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