Giovanni Morelli examines the Cru Bourgeois classification that lists some of the châteaux from the Médoc not included in the classification of Crus Classés, and tasted a ‘drinkable’ Chenin Blanc during a recent trip to India.
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Data on women who have died in pregnancy or within 42 days of delivery in Ireland will be included for the first time in a new report from the UK-based Confidential Enquiry into Maternal Deaths (CEMD), which is due to be published next month, IMT reports.
Valerie Ryan looks at a presentation from Dr David Lappin, Consultant Nephrologist at Galway University Hospitals, on whether renal denervation is appropriate for resistant hypertension.
Young teen smokers may run a heightened risk of developing chronic severe period pain, suggests research published online in the journal Tobacco Control.
A brief coping strategies therapy that provides stress relief and emotional support for people caring for relatives with dementia can reduce depression and anxiety and improve well-being at no extra cost to standard care, new research published in The Lancet Psychiatry suggests.
Higher proportions of women eligible for breast conservation surgery (BCS) are undergoing mastectomy, breast reconstruction and bilateral mastectomy, with large increases seen in women with lymph node-negative and in situ disease, according to a report published online by JAMA Surgery.
How close you are to fast-food outlets may be linked to your risk of type 2 diabetes and obesity, a new study led by the University of Leicester has discovered.
Doctors need to be educated about the critical importance of keeping accurate charts when the ‘Money Follows the Patient’ or activity-based funding (ABF) is introduced, the 2014 RCSI Millin Meeting heard this month.
Maureen Browne speaks with MSD’s Director of Public Policy and Corporate Responsibility for Europe and Canada, Vanina Laurent-Ledru, about how the company is committed to making a difference in society on a global and local stage through innovative research, groundbreaking partnerships and smarter processes.