Central Remedial Clinic Chief Executive Brian Conlon has resigned following the controversy over top-up payments at the organisation.
The Health Service Executive has said it will continue to pay the medical expenses of those suffering from a sleep disorder claimed to be linked to the human swine flu vaccine.
An international team of experts is to assess the current and future need for children's heart surgery in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The number of people living with dementia worldwide is set to treble by 2050.
Stormont Justice Minister David Ford has said he believes a narrow change to abortion law in Northern Ireland is needed to address cases of fatal foetal abnormality.
Minister for Health James Reilly has said the salary and conditions of Director General of the HSE Tony O'Brien are perfectly in line with public pay policy.
The co-founder of a company that provides a low-cost genetic testing service has called for a change to the economic incentives offered to drug manufacturers and insurance companies to encourage them to embrace personalised medicine.
RTÉ News has learned that a review is under way of over 20 female patients treated by a consultant, involving the care provided at a number of private hospitals.
Minister for Health James Reilly has rejected calls for an independent inquiry to be carried out into the top-up controversy.
The Department of Health is to ask the European Commission for an extra year to allow the VHI be reformed into a new private corporate structure and to end its unlimited State guarantee.
The Irish Cancer Society has donated €1m to the National Bowel Cancer Screening Programme, BowelScreen.
Former chairman of the Central Remedial Clinic Des Peelo has said there has been no misuse of funds at the charity.
The Director of Human Health at Safefood has said hidden sugars in common fruit drinks are contributing to childhood obesity.
Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn has said the board of the Central Remedial Clinic should resign after it emerged public donations were being used to top up staff salaries.
The results of the first year of a screening programme based at the Mater Hospital Emergency Department have revealed high rates of undiagnosed HIV infection in Dublin.
The Central Remedial Clinic has confirmed that money donated by the public is being used to top up salaries of some its staff.
The Emergency Department at St Luke's General Hospital in Kilkenny has been evacuated due to a fault in the ventilation system.
A design team for the new National Children's Hospital is to be appointed in Spring 2014.
The latest findings from the 'Growing Up in Ireland' survey show that 20% of five-year-old children are overweight or obese.
More than €20m in funding is to be invested in a research centre that is 'mining milk' for bioactive ingredients that can be used to develop new foods with nutritional and health benefits.