Kaizen Healthcare’s weekly news round-up
20th April 2016
Each week, we bring you a round-up of the latest news and developments in the world of healthcare.
Eight stories that have hit the headlines over the past week:
- ‘Men’s health awareness may have cut dementia rates’ – via Belfast Telegraph
- ‘Health study carried our among office workers’ – via Irish Health
- ‘Nearly 20% of Irish GPs have not signed up for free under-6 medical schemes’ – via News Talk
- ‘Skin cancer: Pair of drugs eliminate 20% of tumours” – via BBC
- ‘Common medicines including cold and flu tablets, heartburn drugs and sleeping pills ‘shrink the brain and slow down thinking’ – via Daily Mail
- ‘Irish parents are stopping their children from getting a cervical cancer vaccine – but why?’ – via The Journal
- ‘New Heart attack treatment saves 30 lives a year, says HSE’ – via The Irish Times
- ‘Health service ‘not working’ – former HSE CEO’ – via Irish Health
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