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Mom wants justice for daughter who was under stress

Mom wants justice for daughter who was under stress

Dr Jessica Murphy (26) was discovered oblivious in her house at Exchange Hall in Tallaght, Dublin 24, on December 1 last year.

The mother of a lesser specialist who took her own particular life depicted her girl's working hours as "unethical" accompanying an examination into her demise.

People not visiting dentists due to costs

People not visiting dentists due to costs

New research led by dental guarantor Decare Dental Insurance, Ireland, shows that seventy five percent (72%) of 35-44 year olds don't visit the dental specialist all the more regularly because of expense and over half (56%) of respondents keep away from or delay dental medication, likewise due to cost.

25 percent of health agencies are breaching Government pay policies

25 percent of health agencies are breaching Government pay policies

Every fourth of the nation's 43 State-supported voluntary doctor's facilities and health offices have told the Government that they are not following the official strategy on pay for senior executives.

Changes to be made in Eligibility Limits for Medical Cards for People Over-70

Changes to be made in Eligibility Limits for Medical Cards for People Over-70

Alterations to eligibility limits for medical cards for people who are of more than 70 years were declared in the budget. The changes have been voted through the second phase in the Dail.

At 7pm, Tte Dail debate on the Health (Alteration of Criteria for Eligibility) (No 2) Bill 2013 was completed.

President Michael D Higgins Honors 33 People with Gaisce Award

President Michael D Higgins Honors 33 People with Gaisce Award

This Year, the receivers of Gaisce Gold Award of had an exciting 18 months.

As much as 33 young people were honored by the award from President Michael D Higgins. They were honored at an awards ceremony held in Dublin Castle for their excellent community work and personal success achieved by them.

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