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Two measles cases in Dublin. "The best protection is to be fully vaccinated with two doses of MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) vaccine” Dr Helena Murray, Specialist in Public Health Medicine
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
Your chopping board can make a great home for bacteria - always wash your chopping board with hot soapy water after each use and be sure to scrub off any food or dirt particles.
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
Less TV time = more time to get active. If you switch off tonight for half an hour and go for a walk, you'll be at your 30 minutes of exercise before you know it!
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
Two measles cases in Dublin. "The best protection is to be fully vaccinated with two doses of MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) vaccine” Dr Helena Murray, Specialist in Public Health Medicine
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HSE HR Jul 20
Check out the new health services ‘how to do change‘ guide. It’s a brilliant piece of work with guidance, helpful templates, and resources on
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UL Hospitals Jul 20
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Staff nurse: Permanent and temporary positions available. For more info visit:
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
Oranges? Ice? Or even a good workout? These are some of our top tips to help people QUIT smoking for good.
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
How much will you gain when you drink less? Check out our tips for staying on track with your drinking here:
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
We’re tackling in Ireland’s hospitals – and it’s working, with hospitals improving prevention by 33% over a year-long project. Our new report shows how they did this and how to improve further. Have a read here:
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
Mental health is just as important as physical health - why not take this weekend to check in with yourself, and do something good for your head? It can be baking, gardening or going for a jog!
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
Our patient safety alert cards can help patients recognise the signs of
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HSE Ireland Jul 20
Most blood clots occur during or up to 90 days after a hospital stay. We are distributing patient alert cards to help patients recognise the signs and symptoms
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HSE Ireland Jul 19
We’re tackling in Ireland’s hospitals – and it’s working, with hospitals improving prevention by 33% over a year-long project. Our new report shows how they did this and how to improve further. Have a read here:
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MerrionStreet.ie Jul 11
Remind your kids of the social and legal risks of sharing inappropriate content online. Get information you can trust at
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Catherine Byrne TD Jul 19
Delighted to be in Mullingar this morning to launch the Midlands/Louth/Meath CHO Implementation Plan. Huge body of work, setting out 117 actions to support a healthy childhood & help communities & healthcare staff to live well & age well. Make every contact count.
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HSE Ireland Jul 19
Never leave your child alone in a car - it is never safe to do so. During the hot weather, the risk to small children is even greater, and can be deadly.
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HSE Ireland Jul 19
Abuse and domestic violence can happen to anyone, and has a huge impact on our mental health. There is support for abuse survivors available:
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NPESurvey Jul 19
Just one week left to tell us about your recent hospital stay! Send us your National Patient Experience Survey either by post or online at by 5pm 26 July. Together we can improve hospital care.
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HSE Ireland Jul 19
in the mornings with lots of fruit for your family!  Try this banana & oat smoothie to give everyone a healthy start to the day.
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HSE Ireland Jul 18
Injury Units can deal with broken bones, dislocations, sprains, strains and wounds. See your closest Injury Unit and Summer timings below.
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