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Doctors discover Irish student who was admitted to hospital for depression actually had a deadly brain infection

Hannah Farrell Hannah Farrell Doctors discover Irish student who was admitted to hospital for depression actually had a deadly brain infection Independent.ie A Dublin student who was admitted to a psychiatric hospital after doctors thought she was having a mental breakdown has told how tests revealed she actually had a deadly brain infection. https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/doctors-discover-irish-student-who-was-admitted-to-hospital-for-depression-actually-had-a-deadly-brain-infection-38075556.html https://www.independent.ie/incoming/article38075706.ece/cb4cb/AUTOCROP/h342/erin.PNG… Read More »

'I had my first taste of alcohol when I was probably 14' – Irish college student reflects on Ireland's binge drinking culture

Criodán Ó Murchú Criodán Ó Murchú ‘I had my first taste of alcohol when I was probably 14’ – Irish college student reflects on Ireland’s binge drinking culture Independent.ie I had my first taste of alcohol (beer) when I was probably 14. But I started actually “drinking” when I was 17, I’d tip down the… Read More »

Extreme eating: Diet is unrealistic for most Irish people, who would struggle to stick to it

The belief is that meat and sugar consumption needs to half by 2050 to restrict damage to the environment posed by three billion people who are either eating too much or too little. The diet is extreme, there are no two ways about it. The majority of Irish people are not managing the current guidelines… Read More »