Anne Geary in Tramore, Co Waterford. Photograph: Patrick Browne

With no family history of cancer, complex diagnosis met a degree of denial

Gerry Quinlan: recovering mentally from illnesses “is actually the hardest part of it all”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Regular check-ups can be crucial to staying positive even in the face of daunting challenges to one’s health

Colour Dash: Last year 2,000 people took part in the 5km dash, raising €100,000 for the Irish Cancer Society.

Darren McMahon, having been treated for Hodgkin’s lymphoma, is back on his feet and race ready

Paddy O’Mahony: “I wanted to give something back to the organ donors and their families.”

After finally going to a doctor with a persistent cough, the prognosis was poor until a transplant became an option

Golfer Paul McGinley and his father, Michael, who had blocked arteries and underwent a quadruple heart bypass.

For Men’s Health Week, the male population is asked to examine their lifestyle, be honest with themselves, and have niggles checke(...)

Teenager injecting with Epipen after an attack. Photograph: Getty Images

The mother of a teenager who died is campaigning for adrenalin pens to be available in public places

John Stratford and his mother, Margaret Stratford, who is his full-time carer.

Many home carers have health problems such as depression, but they are not receiving treatment, a study has found


07/02/14
Minister for Health, James Reilly 
pictured
with Prof
.
 Norman Delanty, director of the epilepsy unit, and epilepsy suffer
e
er, Hannah Alam (17) from Athy, Co
.
 Kildare, 
his morning
at Beaumo
u
nt Hospital
 where he officially opened a new state-of-the-ar Epilepsy monitoring unit. The new 4 bed unit is supported by over EUR700,000 capitalil investment in equipment from the HSE National Clinical Care Programme for Epilepsy...
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Photograph: 
Picture
Colin Keegan

With only one monitoring unit in the country, doctors are calling for a complex dedicated epilepsy centre

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