The High Court has directed the continued tube feeding of a young woman dramatically losing weight because of anorexia nervosa.
The court heard the woman has been detained under the Mental Health Act since May after the HSE made an application to the High Court following a sharp decline in her condition.
Sarah McKechnie, counsel for the HSE, told told Mr Justice Paul McDermott that the woman, who weighs about 30kg, had lost weight following her transfer to hospital.
Judge McDermott heard the medical team was concerned about this and recommended that a court order obtained in May by the HSE be continued.
The woman's father said he and his wife were both concerned and anxious for the court order to continue.
Judge McDermott directed the court order to continue and he adjourned the matter to September 10.
Selfies 'a big no no' in the gym
Fitness fans taking a selfie photograph of themselves during workouts has been named as the biggest pain for gym users.
Three out of four were most annoyed by fitness enthusiasts taking endless photographs of themselves before, during or even after a session, a survey of 2,400 adults found.
Mudslide kills 36 in village
Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris on the outskirts of Hiroshima, killing at least 36 people and leaving seven missing, police said.
Public broadcaster NHK showed rescue workers suspended by ropes from police helicopters pulling victims from the rubble.
Others gingerly climbed into windows as they searched for survivors in crushed homes.
Music to make you buy more
Radio pop music, football commentary and chatting are the background sounds found to help shoppers make the best buying decisions, according to a study.
All three sounds make shoppers think more rationally about what they are buying, reduce bad shopping choices and help shoppers spot a bargain, the survey to mark eBay's 15th anniversary found.