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  • Lao govt continues to monitor inbound travelers amid Covid-19 and dengue issues
  • Over half of Kerry village receive Covid-19 vaccination
  • Suffering from chronic inflammation? Study finds new way to put brakes on excessive inflammation
  • RCSI researchers discover new way to halt excessive inflammation
  • Nphet to make no change to mask-wearing advice for primary school children
  • Researchers discover new way to halt excessive inflammation
  • Ireland may ask EU countries to share their Covid-19 vaccines
  • Covid-19: Three further deaths in Northern Ireland
  • Experts warn DON’T try ‘splinting’ after woman went viral claiming it cured her constipation
  • Covid crisis is likely to lead to an increase in the incidence of obesity, says leading surgeon
  • Experts warn DON'T try 'splinting' after woman went viral claiming it cured her constipation
  • GP advisory: The prevalence and determinants of vitamin D deficiency
  • Eating meat regularly 'causes killer diseases'
  • Virus Variant in Brazil Infected Many Who Had Already Recovered from COVID-19
  • Hospital apologises to woman with terminal cervical cancer
  • David Staples: COVID brain is real and it's making us all crazy
  • Brazil Covid-19 variant carrier search not focused on Kent
  • Galway's COVID-19 incidence rate down by one third
  • NPHET says Covid-19 situation still 'concerning, fragile'
  • Markers in blood appear to predict severe COVID-19 infection