Thursday Nov 21
Poor diagnosis exposes hundreds to potentially deadly Lyme disease
HUNDREDS of people are contracting potentially life-threatening Lyme disease here each year but ignorance and inadequate diagnosis means many are going untreated or being treated for the wrong condition, a Dail committee has heard.
New diabetes research reveals uneven distribution of quality care for ...
New research launched today to coincide with World Diabetes Day which takes place tomorrow, 14th November 2013 revealed that good quality care for young people with type-1 diabetes is unevenly distributed throughout Ireland.
The Globe and Mail
The bountiful butter, beer and blarney of Cork City, Ireland
It houses a collection of artifacts and photographs that document the importance of the dairy industry in Ireland, from bog butter, buried in peat hundreds of years ago for preservation, to the story of the Cork Butter Exchange, which in the 1700s was the largest butter market in the world.
Cork University Press
The Dynamics of War and Revolution: Cork City, 1916-1918
The city of Cork experienced a political odyssey between Easter 1916 and the end of 1918.