Nurses are accusing the HSE of being reckless in their efforts to deal with hospital overcrowding.
The Health Minister is considering extending hours for some hospital services, to deal with the latest spike in hospital overcrowding.
The INMO claims the health service is under excessive demand coupled with inadequate bed capacity.
The INMO claims over 400 people are waiting on trolleys at hospitals across the country.
GPs say there has been a surge in waiting times for patients at their clinics.
Health Minister Simon Harris says he'll be discussing co-operation with his EU counterparts in relation to the drug Orkambi, at a meeting in Lisbon tomorrow.
Latest: Management at the Coombe Maternity Hospital in Dublin say €15m is needed to rebuild its operating theatres.
Dublin's three children's hospitals have issued a joint statement warning parents of unprecedented demands for admissions this weekend.
Concerns being raised about an average six month waiting list for third level students to see a counsellor.
Irish scientists have found a potential new way to treat one of the most aggressive and difficult to treat forms of breast cancer.
An injected male contraceptive has been shown to be almost 100% effective in a trial involving 350 men.
Being angry or upset can more than double the chance of having a heart attack.
New statistics show that if an Irish woman reaches the age of 80, she is likely to live an extra nine years.
Women who have experienced depression shouldn't be prescribed the contraceptive pill according to a Danish expert.
The junior minister at the centre of a row over the cardiac care service in Waterford, says consultants there have rejected plans to expand it.
Junior minister John Halligan looks set to resign after a row engulfed the Government over the future of health services in Waterford.
There is relief for almost nine thousand households in Loughrea, County Galway, where a boil water notice has been lifted.
It’s all about making savvy choices.