The IMO is to call next month for all teenage boys in the State to receive the HPV vaccine, IMT reports.
An opposition Laois TD has said that patient care must be the first priority for the HSE in Portlaoise Hospital.
The Health Research Board (HRB) has awarded €3 million in funding for research meant to enhance the delivery of primary care in Ireland.
Ireland’s first Master’s degree programme in Audiology in Ireland will be provided by the College of Medicine and Health at University College of Cork (UCC).
Cochlear implantation has been found to be associated with improved speech perception and cognitive function in adults 65 years or older with profound hearing loss, according to a report published online by JAMA Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery.
Mirabegron has been found to improve storage function and subjective symptoms, without influencing voiding function, in women with overactive bladder (OAB), new research has found.
Aside from the expected economic benefits of the just proclaimed extraordinary Holy Year, Dr Muiris Houston fears an ISIS terror attack may not be the only threat to the upcoming Jubilee.
Dear Editor, The past two months have seen some interesting developments in the Irish health service.
Dear Editor, An article in the March 5 issue of IMT by June Shannon refers to a reply by Minister for Health Leo Varadkar to a question by Dún Laoghaire TD Mary Mitchell-O’Connor on the subject of dietary iodine intake (‘Department tasks UCD researchers with analysis of dietary iodine intake’).