A recent breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research could lead to earlier diagnosis and more effective treatment for thousands. Find out more.
The search for a COVID-19 vaccine is well underway. is a safe, effective vaccination coming soon? Who will get the vaccine first? Read more.
This week the heatwave has hit the headlines, as up and down the country record-breaking temperatures have been reached. Learn more.
In this week’s news article we take a look at the celebrations being held to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Boyne.
In the news this week; doctors are hoping for a blindness cure after miraculously restoring one patients sight. The people of Ireland prepare to vote on the abortion referendum today (May 25), which could mean an end to the abortion restrictions in Read More
The main news in this week’s round-up is that two “breakthrough” drugs to treat breast cancer have been given the green light by the NHS. The decision means that around 8000 people in England will now have access to this form of Read More
This week’s news round-up is headlined by reports that a new government plan hopes to speed up the time it takes for new, life-changing medicines to reach NHS patients. In April next year, five new drugs will be selected for fast-tracking. Elsewhere, Read More
As we edge closer to winter there are fears that the Flu Jab may not protect the elderly, with the NHS reportedly being “more scared than we have ever been” about the risks of a heavy flu season. The Flu Jab has Read More
Summer has officially gone. The weather is starting to get a little colder, the mornings are darker and leaves are falling from the trees. Autumn has arrived, which means the winter and flu season isn’t too far away. According to the NHS, Read More
The main headline this week’s news round-up concerns the flu vaccine. According to Public Health England, last winter’s flu vaccine was not as effective in elderly people, but worked perfectly in children. Elsewhere, there’s worrying news coming from Age UK and the Read More