Signs of toughening resolve from Brussels over Brexit have been reflected in a series of warnings from senior European politicians over the last week. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Five months after the British vote to leave the European Union, the question of what Brexit will look like remains as elusive as ever. A leaked Del(...)

City of London seen through the window of the European Banking Authority: it is set to move elsewhere in Europe after Brexit

Ireland looks set to miss out on the European Banking Authority relocating to to Dublin when the UK leaves the EU, Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes has warne(...)

A girl getting vaccinated against HPV. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Sometimes a decision really is a matter of life or death. Deciding whether your child should take a vaccine is just such a decision, one that can have(...)

Growing resistance to the HPV vaccine in the Republic is reflected in the State’s inclusion in a meeting last week convened by the World Health Organi(...)

Gardasil, a vaccine against cervical cancer. Photograph: AFP/ Getty Images

Ireland has been asked by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to participate in a meeting next week over concerns regarding the State’s low uptake of (...)

Dr Pauline Williams

Many people can relate to the feeling of having an “a-ha!” moment over a glass of wine on a Friday evening, but few can say their revelation could pot(...)

Amryt is now primarily focused on going into clinical trials on a potential therapy for a treatment for a rare, debilitating hereditary skin disorder called epidermolysis bullosa

Amryt Pharmaceutical, the orphan drug development business that was subject to a reverse takeover by former oil and gas group Fastnet earlier this yea(...)

Gardasil, a vaccine against cervical cancer. Photograph: AFP/ Getty Images

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has expressed concern over a significant decline in uptake of the HPV vaccine, which it blames on “unsubstantiated”(...)

 Simon Harris: The Minister for Health said moves were afoot to put together the case for a move to Ireland and there would be a meeting with officials in Brussels to press the case. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Minister for Health Simon Harris is to mount a bid to bring the European Medicines Agency (EMA) from London to Dublin. The European Union agency wi(...)

Gardasil, a vaccine against cervical cancer: Approximately 300 women get cervical cancer every year in Ireland and 100 women die from the disease. The vaccine can prevent seven out of 10 cervical cancers.  Photograph: AFP/ Getty Images

Vaccinations are getting a bit of a bad press these days, particularly the HPV vaccine – Gardasil – which is administered to girls in their first seco(...)

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