Monthly Archives: January 2014

Irish Women And Symphysiotomy Operation on Women During Childbirth Without Their Consent by Annette J Dunlea

Symphysiotomy Operation on Women During Childbirth Without Their Consent by Annette J Dunlea Symphysiotomy is a surgical procedure in which the cartilage of the pubic symphysis is divided to widen the pelvis allowing childbirth when there is a mechanical problem. … Continue reading

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Childhood Obesity

Tackling Childhood Obesity by Annette J Dunlea With Operation Transformation and Safefood campaigns in the media we all are being educated about our growing waistlines. It is a serious concern of our families and our health service and workforce. Our children … Continue reading

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The Recent Floods

The Floods: Some Advice To Stay Safe By Annette J Dunlea We will remember Christmas 2013 as the Christmas Cork almost drowned. Morrissons Island and Sharman Crawford St were closed some mornings and Wandesford Quay remained impassable for days on … Continue reading

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Reference Pricing Medicines

Reference Pricing For Medicines by Annette J Dunlea Due to changes in the law, your pharmacist may offer you a generic or alternative version of your regular medicine. Groups of medicines that do the same job will be given a … Continue reading

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Enda Kenny’s Speech – State Of The Nation As Troika Leaves Ireland

Enda Kenny…… 15th Dec 2013, Dublin, Ireland Three years ago, Ireland entered a bailout programme. This affected every household in our country. In March 2011, you gave Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore and me a mandate to fix the public finances, and to … Continue reading

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The Queen’s Christmas Speech 2013

25th December 2013 I once knew someone who spent a year in a plaster cast recovering from an operation on his back. He read a lot, and thought a lot, and felt miserable. Later, he realised this time of forced … Continue reading

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