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China Smog Makes Capital ‘barely suitable’ for Life

Severe pollution in Beijing has made the Chinese capital “barely suitable” for living

Belfast Child Diagnosed With Swine Flu

A child has been diagnosed with swine flu in Northern Ireland.

Pandemic Potential Seen in Gene Changes of Bird Flu

Genetic variations in the deadly bird flu virus circulating in China increase the potential for a pandemic strain to emerge

Bahrain Confirms First Swine Flu Case in 2014

On Wednesday, Bahrain registered  its first swine flu case in 2014

Hong Kong Reports Fifth H7N9 Bird Flu Case

On Wednesday, Hong Kong confirmed a new human case of the deadly H7N9 avian flu

H7N9 Bird Flu Strain Kills 56-year-old Man in Eastern China

Chinese state agency Xinhua News Agency reported that another person has died after contracting the H7N9 bird flu.

Reminder: Irema Ireland Will be Attending Medica 2013

The Irema Team are looking forward to attending another year at MEDICA Trade Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany, on the 20th & 21st of November 2013. If you would like to meet us there, Please send an email to info@irema.ie. We look forward to seeing you there.

Chinese Smog Leads to Face Masks Stock Outs

Shares in a Chinese face mask manufacturer have soared as investors look for opportunities to cash in on the severe air pollution

Irema Ireland Attends Medica 2013

The Irema Team are looking forward to attending another year at MEDICA Trade Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany, on the 20th & 21st of November 2013. If you would like to meet us there, Please send us an email to info@irema.ie. We look forward to seeing you there.

Cambodian Toddler Dies of Bird Flu

A two-year-old girl from Pursat province died late last month from the H5N1 virus, according to a statement released last Monday by the World Health Organization and the Cambodian Health Ministry. This brings the total number of the cases this year to 23, from which 23 survived. The girl was confirmed positive for human H5N1 …