On Monday’s Déise Today, Irish Examiner reporter Elaine O’Loughlin updated Maria on CervicalCheck controversy and whether a statutory inquiry is necessary.
Dr Brian Creedon, Consultant Palliative Medicine Physician and Board member of the Solas Cancer Support Centre spoke to Maria about how it’s important that the public still participates in cancer screening programmes (You can go straight to his interview here).
Chris Macey, Head of Advocacy with the Irish Heart Foundation update Maria on supports for stroke victims under the age of 65.
Andara Mara, Freelance Writer, Author and Blogger spoke to Maria on a number of solutions that help with the issue of snoring.
Sinead Pembroke, Researcher with TASC (Think-Tank for Action on Social Change reported the findings of their latest report to Maria; ‘Living with uncertainty,’ which is all about the implications-social and otherwise- of precarious work.
Co-Founder of new Irish company ‘Interest Rate Check Ireland’, updated Maria on how they have helped hundreds of Irish homeowners and business owners to check their own mortgages and secure refunds from their lenders.
And GP Geoff Plant was live in studio to answer listeners questions for his forthright slot.