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The legalisation of cannabis as a recreational drug in some US states has led to an increase in driving incidents and psychiatric admissions,  says Alex Berenson.

The Government has been urged to “stand up for science” by rejecting the notion that cannabis can be considered a medicine. “Governments don’t have t(...)

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland building  at St Stephen’s Green. Its Bahrain campus has 1,300 students. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Medical Council has been urged to take human rights concerns into account in the forthcoming process of accreditation of the Royal College of Surg(...)

Lead author Dr Edmund Gilbert, who is based at RCSI, said the work was helping understand the role of genetic variation in human disease. File photograph: Getty

A complete genetic map of Britain and Ireland, generated by scientists for the first time, provides proof of common ancestry going back hundreds of ye(...)

The 50 places on offer in economics and finance in UCD have all been filled by students who have secured more than 600 CAO points. Photograph: Getty Images

Click here to download a PDF of the CAO’s 2019 round one offers: https://iti.ms/2Zbae3m  About 50,000 applicants received an offe(...)

Fiachra O’Farrell, a student at Gonzaga College, who scored eight H1s in his Leaving Cert, and plans to study theoretical physics at third level. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Click here to download a PDF of the CAO’s 2019 round one offers: https://iti.ms/2Zbae3m  For so many students, so much hinges on (...)

Set to become a university: the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland building on York Street, Dublin 2.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

More than 200 years after it started training surgeons, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) is set to become a university following passag(...)

There are 3,828 women waiting for an appointment at the Rotunda. Photograph: Alan Betson

Nearly 30,000 women across Ireland are waiting to see a gynaecologist for an outpatient appointment, an increase of 43 per cent since 2014, consultant(...)

These nanoparticles have been built at a scale small enough to interact with individual molecules. Photograph: Medi-Mation/Science Photo Library

The idea that a tiny machine could be inserted into the body and then travel to the site of damaged or diseased cells to repair those cells onsite has(...)

Margo Henkaus from Arizona, a student at Royal College of Surgeons Ireland. ‘I genuinely think that he thinks he’s going to be received well everywhere that he goes.’

US president Donald Trump will arrive in Ireland tomorrow for a brief two-day visit. With a contentious presidential record, opinions on his performa(...)

Siobhan Freeney’s blog promotes awareness of breast density as well as the relevance of supplemental breast screening

Lifestyle blogs are ten a penny, but well-informed health blogs are hard to find. Siobhan Freeney’s Being Dense is an Irish blog aiming to raise aware(...)

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