Top Tips for Staying Safe in the Sun
Unfortunately skin cancer is Ireland’s most prevalent type of cancer, and 9 out of every 10 cases are caused by UV rays. We've gathered some of the top tips for staying safe in the sun.
They’re no longer babies, but you’ll always be looking out for your kids. Find out more about kid's health.
In the vast majority of women, breast cancer is first noticed as a lump in the breast. There are, however, other signs to be aware of.
The cervical cancer vaccine is extremely important because it safeguards against cervical cancer, the second most common form of cancer for young women between 15 and 44 years of age.
Chickenpox is usually a mild and short-lived illness in children. Adults are at greater risk of severe chickenpox, and chickenpox in pregnancy poses certain risks.
There are a number of tests and consultations involved in a health screen session. Here is a summary of what to expect.
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