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World Heart Day is celebrated around the world in September each year. This year, a free information evening is being organised by the Integrated Care Cardiology Team from the Benbulbin Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Hub Sligo for the public.
COVID-19 vaccination of children aged six months to four years and five to eleven years is continuing in Sligo Leitrim.
The HSE has been informed of an incident where people who ate sardines at the Tchin Tchin Wine Bar in Bordeaux have been diagnosed with botulism, unfortunately, a small number of Irish citizens have been affected and are receiving appropriate care in France.
Today, (Wednesday, 13th September) marks World Sepsis Day and the HSE is encouraging people to learn about the signs and symptoms of sepsis, as early recognition and treatment is important
Supported by the HSE and run in cooperation with Family Carers Ireland, the “Living Well with Dementia in South Tipperary” project is marking 10 years of service this week.
Cork Kerry Community Healthcare is proud to announce the first 'Together at the Lodge' free mental health and wellbeing event at the Midleton Lodge Park, on Sunday October 1st, from 1pm -5pm.
People who are eligible and recommended for advanced fertility treatment services will be able to access HSE-funded services in many areas across the country from later this month.
Donegal Hospice is to host an Open Afternoon as part of Palliative Care Week.
NoWDOC is moving premises in Carrick-on-Shannon to the Carrick-on-Shannon Primary and Mental Health Care Centre.
Today (Saturday, 9th of September), is International Awareness day for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and the HSE is taking the opportunity to highlight the importance of supporting women to have an alcohol-free pregnancy.