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# enniscorthy
Child undergoing treatment for 'serious injuries' following alleged dog attack in Co Wexford
The dog has since been destroyed and enquiries are ongoing.
All time
# Tallaght Hospital
INMO decries 'sudden and unplanned' decision to remove acute services from Tallaght children's hospital
The INMO has this morning criticised what it has called the “sudden and unplanned” move.
# Chi
Families putting off attending hospital appointments for children during pandemic, hospital group says
The advice from Children’s Health Ireland today is that parents should bring their children to hospital if advised to do so.
# Crumlin
'No adverse events' found after review of children affected by scoliosis implant recall
Yesterday, Children’s Health Ireland said it would contact all parents of children affected by the recall.
# magec
Parents of children affected by scoliosis spinal rod recall to be contacted by surgeons in next 24 hours
Thirty-one such devices have been placed on the Irish market, sparking concern among many parents.
# 10am to 5pm
Children's urgent care unit opens in Blanchardstown - but on restricted hours amid doctors' concerns
The unit was originally expected to open from 8am to midnight seven days a week.
# make a difference
Appeal for volunteers to help make hospitals happier places for sick children
If you’re cheerful, reliable and have just two or three hours to spare a week, this might be for you.
# children in hospital ireland
This charity wants to make a child's stay in hospital more bearable
Volunteers with Children in Hospital Ireland help hospitals with play schemes, allowing the children a chance to play.
# topless pics
Italian mag publishes topless Kate photos despite legal risk
Italy has a government agency responsible for enforcing privacy issues – but it says it’ll only act if the Royals ask it to.