Category: HEALTH

HSE Admitted To A&E

THE government has asked for everyone in Ireland to keep the HSE in their thoughts today, after the ailing health service was rushed to A&E in the early hours of this morning after suffering a near-fatal fall in confidence. The 14-year-old system has been in ill health following a long history of abusive relationships with… Read more »

Lady Doctor Going To Lose It If She’s Called ‘Lady Doctor’ One More Time

AS IF working non-stop in one of Ireland’s overcrowded and under-resourced accident and emergency departments weren’t stressful enough, Dr. Joanne Skelly has vowed to lose her temper and ‘go off on one’ if she is disparagingly referred to as a ‘lady doctor’ one more time. Lady doctor Skelly regularly treats an endless stream of patients,… Read more »

Amazing! This Man’s Whiplash Was Totally Cured Seconds After He Received Compensation

DOCTORS who had been treating a 46-year-old Waterford man for severe neck injuries have today called his miraculous recovery “a miracle”, after his whiplash suddenly disappeared within seconds of him receiving an €18,000 compensation claim. Following two years of excruciating pain which left him unable to seek work, unemployed father of 9 Mark Nagle said he… Read more »

HSE Unveil Bunk Bed Trolleys To Combat Hospital Congestion

ACTING on record levels of hospital overcrowding, the Health Minister Simon Harris in conjunction with the HSE has unveiled a €3bn investment into ‘bunk bed trolleys’ which are expected to half the number of people waiting on hospital trolleys in only a matter of weeks. Technically classed as one unit, the new bunk trolleys will bring the monthly figure down from 10,000… Read more »

Junk Food: The Facts

FOLLOWING the case of one teenager in the UK reportedly going blind thanks to his fast food diet, many concerned people across the world are seeking information on how to maintain a healthy and balanced diet. Could you be eating such a large portion of junk food that you risk going blind, diabetic, suffering liver… Read more »