August 16, 2018

‘Dr. Bumbum’ celebrity plastic surgeon and his mother arrested over death of patient – Independent.ie


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'Dr. Bumbum' celebrity plastic surgeon and his mother arrested over death of patient
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A plastic surgeon known as "Dr. Bumbum" or "Dr. Butt" on social media because of his buttock-enhancement operations was arrested on Thursday in Rio de Janeiro, four days after one of his patients died, police said. Police in Rio de Janeiro said on ...
Brazilian plastic surgeon Dr Bumbum charged with murdering patientRadio Exe (press release)
Brazilian Plastic Surgeon 'Dr. Bumbum' Charged With MurderNova.ie (blog)
Dr Bumbum, Brazil plastic surgeon, charged with murderBBC News
Metro -Evening Standard -Irish Examiner -Mirror.co.uk
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August 15, 2018

NUIG scientists discover new treatment strategy for breast cancer relapse – Galway Advertiser

NUIG scientists discover new treatment strategy for breast cancer relapseGalway AdvertiserNUI Galway scientists have made a breakthrough in the treatment of patients with triple negative breast cancer. Scientists from the Apoptosis Research Centre at N...
August 15, 2018

An alternative to controversial pesticides still harms bumblebees – Nature.com

An alternative to controversial pesticides still harms bumblebeesNature.comAgricultural intensification has increased our reliance on pesticides, including insecticides. Although insecticides are useful for controlling crop damage caused by insect pest...
August 15, 2018

Majella O’Donnell reveals husband Daniel wanted to cancel tours to support her during cancer treatment – BreakingNews.ie


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Majella O'Donnell reveals husband Daniel wanted to cancel tours to support her during cancer treatment
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By Olivia Kelleher. Cancer survivor Majella O'Donnell has revealed that her husband Daniel wanted to cancel his tours to support her during her treatment while as she urged women to avail of the Breastcheck service, insisting that screening in all ...
Majella O'Donnell opens up about harrowing breast cancer battleRSVP Live

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August 15, 2018

From smart beds to VR: The futuristic inventions that could transform the NHS – Mirror.co.uk


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From smart beds to VR: The futuristic inventions that could transform the NHS
Mirror.co.uk
'Social prescriptions', smart beds and digital programmes for diabetes are among the futuristic innovations which could transform the NHS in the near future, it has emerged. According to a new report, patients will soon be connected to social networks ...
Robots could start handing out repeat prescriptions to relieve pressure on NHSThe Sun

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August 15, 2018

Destigmatising HIV: The Work Continues – hotpress.com


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Destigmatising HIV: The Work Continues
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Sexual health activist Adam Shanley discusses how the Irish government should respond to groundbreaking findings revealed at last month's International Aids Conference. At this year's International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, researchers confirmed ...
Previous Missed Appointments Predict Likelihood of Trend in Patients With HIVInfectious Disease Advisor
About 300000 young people in Kenya are living with HIV/AidsCapital FM Kenya
Over 300000 young people in Kenya HIV positive - NACCThe Star, Kenya
Hivisasa -Anadolu Agency -Times Now -jambonews.co.ke
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August 15, 2018

Mum ‘cures’ eczema overnight with ‘miracle’ £12 cream – after having to HOOVER her bed to clear dead skin – The Sun


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Mum 'cures' eczema overnight with 'miracle' £12 cream – after having to HOOVER her bed to clear dead skin
The Sun
A MUM who had to hoover her bed to remove dead skin every day claims her agonising eczema was “cured” by a £12 sulphur cream. Sue O'Brien suffered with severe eczema on her face and body her entire life. Sue's eczema was so bad her skin was ...

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August 15, 2018

Irish scientists at NUI Galway make breakthrough in treatment of aggressive breast cancer – Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorIrish scientists at NUI Galway make breakthrough in treatment of aggressive breast cancerIrish MirrorIrish scientists have made a huge breakthrough in the treatment of an aggressive form of breast cancer. Researchers at NUI Galway say the f...
August 15, 2018

Risk of Alzheimer’s from regular use of sleeping pills claims new study – Extra.ie


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Risk of Alzheimer's from regular use of sleeping pills claims new study
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Researchers have found that sleeping pills taken by hundreds of thousands may boost the risk of Alzheimer's. The study conducted by University of Eastern Finland suggests the risk is lower when taken for a short period, but it has also found patients ...
Study Warns: Powerful Sleeping Pills Raise Risk of Alzheimer'sTasnim News Agency (press release)

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August 14, 2018

Overall stroke death rates decline in Europe but level off or increase in some countries – Medical Xpress

Medical XpressOverall stroke death rates decline in Europe but level off or increase in some countriesMedical XpressNew research, published in the European Heart Journal today, has shown deaths from conditions that affect the blood supply to the brain,...