Rutland Centre Launches ‘Recovery Month’ GAA Star Niall McNamee Helps Rutland Centre Launch Recover Month 2016 ‘A Life in Recovery is a Life Saved’ 74% of clients who entered into the treatment programme in the last 12 months and who entered the aftercare programme are in abstinent recovery. 30 – 49 year olds most likely…Details
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The Rutland Centre treats approximately 400 people per year for addiction, including alcohol, drugs, sex, food and gambling addiction. Cases of gambling addiction presenting at the Rutland Centre have increased in the last three years to 9.5% from 7% in 2014/2015 and 3% in 2013.Details
Joanne O’Riordan joined some of last year’s Hidden Heroes to launch Hidden Heroes 2016. The Hidden Heroes Awards recognise the achievements of people, young and old, who have made a significant contribution to Irish society, in their community, workplace, family or through sporting excellence.Details
State will fund fertility treatment for couples, insufficient safeguards to prevent abuse, GPs criticise ‘nationalization’ of family doctor services, blood donors urged to visit GPs over anaemia fears & WHO to meet in Geneva to advise on international response to Zika virus outbreak.Details
Cork drug rarely encountered by state forensic laboratory, Beaumont Hospital postpones all non-urgent procedures, Irish scientists make vital diabetes breakthrough, Niall Breslin tells of great epidemic unhinging mental health & flu may worsen trolley gridlock for two more months.Details