Does working with the dead mean you’ll be joining them sooner? A new report links the use of formaldehyde with a heightened risk of the neurodegenerative disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
Now this is the type of research IMT– along with every tabloid newspaper – likes to see: eating up to 100g of chocolate daily has just been linked to lowered heart disease and stroke risk.
One of the oft-stated arguments against same-sex marriage in Ireland is that enshrining it in the constitution would pave the way for other forms of marriage, such as polygamy. Whatever about that tenuous logic, there may in fact be health benefits to choosing and sticking with just one partner.
It’s hard to hate something until it has a name. The portrait or self-portrait is nothing new, as noted in this astute blurb in The New York Times, and even sharper tweet from Irish historian John Gallagher: “In my day we had no narcissistic selfie sticks — you just paid a man to come to […]
An overwhelming 87 per cent of doctors who voted in the recent IMT web poll – before the IMO AGM – indicated they would not sign up to a deal on the under-sixes that would see a payment to GPs of €75 a year for each child, plus €25.
Dr Conleth Murphy, Medical Oncologist at Bon Secours Hospital, Cork, and Senior Lecturer in Clinical Education at University College Cork (UCC), merges his medical and artistic sides in both a traditional and a tongue-and-cheek fashion in his first solo exhibition in the Jennings Gallery, UCC, running from March 25 to May 6.
A case involving a man accused of possessing an illegal drug in 2012 has upturned Ireland’s Misuse of Drugs Act, rendering a host of narcotics legal. The Government is convening to introduce emergency legislation to amend this situation.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, thousands out there are trying to lock down a date for the night. Online dating has its pitfalls, however, not least in portraying yourself to your potential audience.
Santa is going to have to check more than just the naughty or nice list this year as new warnings emerge on toy safety.
It’s set to become the next big trend for hipsters and techies alike – but will wearable technology also offer parents peace of mind when it comes to their infants?