Suzanne Norris

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Janssen, Aware and See Change will present a garden at Bloom in the Park that has been created in collaboration with people living with or affected by mental illness. It is called Grounded.

1) Dr Paul O’Dwyer, group clinical adviser at Dental Care Ireland, will discuss diabetes and oral health at a public meeting hosted by Diabetes I(...)

The Western Trust human milk bank   is asking more new mothers to donate breast milk as stocks are low. Photograph: Eric Luke

1) Dyspraxia DCD Ireland is holding a one-day workshop led by Sharon Drew: Learn to move, move to learn – Developing physical literacy for children wi(...)

Dialysis patient Sam Kinahan (4) from Baldoyle, Dublin 13, with his parents Ivan and Chloe, and sister Ali (8), at a photocall for the Irish Kidney Association’s ‘Run for a Life’ family fun run at Corkagh Park, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, at 2pm on Saturday, May 25th. Photograph: Conor McCabe

1) On Tuesday, May 14th, ME Advocates Ireland (MEAI) will host a third Dublin ME Awareness event in front of Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2,(...)

Lead by yoga instructor Dani Sheil and her team, the Marker Hotel’s Rooftop yoga classes will take place every Saturday morning from 8.45am-10am throughout the summer, from May 18th. The class costs €25 for non-residents, with complimentary spaces available for residential guests. To book a place, contact Dani Sheil danisheilyoga@gmail.com

1) On World Ovarian Cancer Day (Wednesday, May 8th), campaigners, researchers and patient advocates are advising women not to ignore the warning signs(...)

Ciarán Lawless gave up his full-time job to concentrate on reversing liver disease with a strict diet and exercise regime.

They call it a silent epidemic, and awareness of the risks of fatty liver have only become apparent very recently. Liver disease is regularly associat(...)

New figures from the European Centre for Disease Control  show Ireland has one of the highest rates of hepatitis C infection in the EU, running at twice the international average. Photograph: Getty Images

The national hepatitis C programme, which has spent almost all its €30 million budget for 2017 in the first six months of this year, has not had a cli(...)

While fatty livers in geese might be desirable for foie gras, they pose serious problems for humans

If you have a low alcohol intake or you don’t drink, you are guaranteed to never get cirrhosis of the liver, right? Wrong – there is an epidemic of fa(...)

The first group of patients with advanced liver disease who have been approved will be treated at one of 10 centres across the State in the coming weeks. Photograph: Getty Images

Some 250 seriously ill patients with hepatitis C are to begin receiving a life-saving new treatment after a six-month delay caused by bureaucratic red(...)

The Irish Haemophilia Society has called for early access to new treatments for 350 seriously ill patients with Hepatitis C. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

The Irish Haemophilia Society has called for early access to new treatments for 350 seriously ill patients with Hepatitis C.It says this group cannot (...)

Hepatitis C virus. Photograph: Getty Images

New combination treatments that can cure the vast majority of hepatitis C patients could be available to Irish patients within(...)

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