Tue, 21 May 2013 16:25:13 GMT
'Mentally ill woman' asks UK courts to make termination case
Brian Farmer – 21 May 2013. A mentally-ill woman today asked a High Court judge to listen to her views before deciding whether she was capable of making a decision about terminating her pregnancy. Also in this section. Diarmuid Gavin rubbishes Chelsea ...
Pregnant woman begs court to let her abort baby
Bipolar disorder woman in legal battle over abortion
British court to rule on abortion application
Tue, 21 May 2013 10:16:34 GMT
Smoking at home may kill as many as road traffic collisions
Smoking in the home can generate pollution six times higher than the World Health Organisation's outdoor recommendations. Photograph: Susana Vera/Reuters. Tim O'Brien. Topics: News · Politics; More Topics. Tue, May 21, 2013, 11:15. First published: Tue ...
Deaths caused by smoking in home rivals road deaths according to study
Tue, 21 May 2013 12:50:04 GMT
Fears over reconfiguration of health services - The Mayo News
Mayo General Hospital 'to be downgraded to a recuperation centre' - Councillor ...
Tue, 21 May 2013 13:14:23 GMT
Dementia death toll hits new high in NI
The number of deaths from dementia in Northern Ireland hit a new high of 1,400 last year, it was revealed. People are living longer – to 76 on average – but more are suffering slow decline from conditions like Alzheimer's disease, official statistics showed.
NI dementia deaths reach new high
Tue, 21 May 2013 16:10:44 GMT
Kelly Osboure has bronchitis
The 'Fashion Police' host was hospitalised two years ago with the lung infection and after she woke up yesterday (20.05.13) coughing and spluttering she has been diagnosed by her doctor as suffering from the nasty illness. Kelly wrote on Twitter: ''Woke up ...
Tue, 21 May 2013 04:03:39 GMT
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New IVF therapy 'will boost couples' success rate by 50pc'
IRISH couples hoping to have a baby using IVF could see their chances of success improve by more than 50pc with the availability of groundbreaking new technology. Also in this section. Potato famine blight strain named · Standing ovation for Kenny in ...
Major IVF Breakthrough Could Triple Number Of Births - Medical News Today
Time-lapse embryo imaging boosts IVF success, clinic claims
IVF breakthrough boosts birth rates
Tue, 21 May 2013 12:52:15 GMT
German software giant recruits autism sufferers to train as high tech IT experts ...
Hundreds of autism sufferers are being recruited by a German software designer to train as high tech IT experts. SAP said it wants to recruit up to 500 sufferers because 'they think differently from others'. An autistic person is more likely to be of average or ...
German software firm SAP to recruit hundreds of people with autism for specialist ...
SAP Just Vowed To Hire A Whole Bunch Of People With Autism
Autistic people required in IT sector
Tue, 21 May 2013 10:43:21 GMT
'Why I refuse to give cancer any chances'
MOST of us know someone who's been touched by cancer right? It used to be called 'the big C' and people would scuttle past with their heads bowed rather than talk about it. My relationship with cancer began in 2005 when I discovered I carry the gene ...
Relatively low numbers of Irish women elect to have breasts reconstructed after ...
Ticking time bomb: Women in BC wait up to 3 years to have preventive mastectomy
businessman has his prostate removed over cancer risk from 'Jolie gene'
Tue, 21 May 2013 14:56:44 GMT
Doctor's advice on new cot death bed-sharing report
There is a new warning that sleeping in bed with your baby greatly increases the risk of cot death. Researchers studied 1,500 cases and say there is a clear link even when parents avoid drinking, smoking or taking drugs. The government is now reviewing its ...
Bed sharing may increase risk of SIDS by five times
Sharing bed with babies raises cot death risk
Bed-Sharing Raises SIDS Risk Fivefold, Study Finds
A Year of Living Mindfully: Next to parenting, teaching is the most important gift ... - Irish Times
Tue, 21 May 2013 00:02:16 GMT
A Year of Living Mindfully: Next to parenting, teaching is the most important gift ...
I met a remarkable group of teachers last week. They spoke about their secondary school, which serves one of the most disadvantaged suburbs of Dublin. They feel privileged to be part of the lives of their students and they give their bone marrow every day to ...
Mindful Parenting: Will I Ever Get It Right?