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Fiona,  Niall and Ivan O’Neill: Niall has rheumatoid arthritis and is vulnerable to common illnesses such as colds in ways that may not be immediately clear.

Since the new coronavirus crash-landed into our lives, “new normal” has become the go-to phrase to describe our altered reality. It is an umbrella ter(...)

Eloise (8), left, and Lucia McDonnell (10) ran 10km to raise money for the Mayo-Roscommon Hospice

Saturday was to be a very special day for 8-year-old Eloise McDonnell from Kilmovee, Co Mayo. She was to receive her First Holy Communion, but it was (...)

Those taking part have in quizzes, so far, dressed in daft hats, as cartoon characters, and as the cast of Father Ted.

A Co Roscommon farmer has raised over €11,000 for charities over recent weeks of Covid-19 restrictions without leaving his kitchen. “I decided to tur(...)

Prof Karina Butler, a consultant paediatrician and infectious disease expert at Children’s Health Ireland: incidence of Covid-19 developing into a serious condition in children is extremely low. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A small number of children – fewer than five – on the island of Ireland have presented with symptoms of possible inflammatory condition which may be l(...)

We have been absolutely blessed down in Cork with our plethora of sporting stars and sporting moments that so naturally follow. From gallant footballe(...)

 Mary Mooney, The Alzheimer Society of Ireland manager of Mill Lane Day Care, Mary Bardin, ASI operations manager and Marie Conlon, ASI Kildare Branch chairperson.;

With businesses closed, sporting and cultural events cancelled or postponed and many office workers confined to their homes during the Covid-19 pandem(...)

Letters to loved ones, friends, colleagues and essential workers on life under lockdown from Vicky Phelan, Joe Schmidt, Maeve Higgins, LYNN RU(...)

Niki Warner, who has inherited the cancer-causing gene mutation BRCA1

We all have inherited family traits – eye colour, height, stature and even mannerisms – which set us apart from others and remind us that we belong to(...)

Robbie Lawlor (36), who was closely aligned with one faction in the Drogheda gang feud, was shot in the head outside a house in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast on Saturday.

Police in Northern Ireland investigating the murder of Dublin criminal Robbie Lawlor at the weekend believe he may have been shot dead by a man who ow(...)

Scoliosis, a severe curvature of the spine, affects about 1 per cent of children and adolescents in Ireland. Photograph: iStock

Doctors have been told to suspend the use of a specific range of spinal rods in children with severe scoliosis until a review of the products has been(...)

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