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Research: Coffee may benefit liver health

According to UK researchers, drinking any type of coffee (ground or instant; caffeinated or decaffeinated) has been found to be associated with a reduced...

Expanding the libido conversation

While male libido has been researched and examined over the years, with a wide range of medications and solutions available for low male libido,...

Further expansions to PBS listings

It has been announced that from 1 July 2021, the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) will be further expanded to include Opdivo® and Yervoy® (nivolumab and ipilimumab),...
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Always Discreet donations for ‘invisible’ health concern

Always Discreet and Brand Ambassador Michelle Bridges are currently working with Share the Dignity to raise awareness for invisible bladder leaks. It’s an ‘unspoken health...

‘Think before you ink’ – tattoo care needs improvement

Getting inked is a growing trend, with a quarter of Australians having at least one tattoo, and 1 in 10 getting a tattoo within...

Tooth decay, don’t let it stay

While tooth decay is absolutely avoidable, 50% of children under the age of six in Australia experience decay in teeth, according to the Australian...

A not so TABOO topic

In the May issue of Retail Pharmacy Assistants magazine, we speak with TABOO’s Managing Director and co-founder Eloise Hall about the importance of tackling...

The public’s chance to vote for their favourite pharmacy

Members of the public are being encouraged to nominate their favourite community pharmacy, for the Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s next Pharmacy of the Year...

World’s largest AF screening

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common abnormal heart rhythm and causes one in three strokes that are often severe and also largely preventable. The...

Celebrating QLD pharmacy rollout of Covid vaccines

The commencement of Covid-19 immunisations throughout community pharmacies, is being celebrated by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA). On 7 June 2021, 49 regional and...

The great ‘use-by’ and ‘best-before’ date debate

Today on World Food Safety Day (7 June), experts are drawing attention to confusing labelling. Dr Alison Jones, a food technologist from UNSW School of...

Latest Posts

Research: Coffee may benefit liver health

According to UK researchers, drinking any type of coffee (ground or instant; caffeinated or decaffeinated) has been found to be associated with a reduced...

Expanding the libido conversation

While male libido has been researched and examined over the years, with a wide range of medications and solutions available for low male libido,...

Further expansions to PBS listings

It has been announced that from 1 July 2021, the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) will be further expanded to include Opdivo® and Yervoy® (nivolumab and ipilimumab),...

Always Discreet donations for ‘invisible’ health concern

Always Discreet and Brand Ambassador Michelle Bridges are currently working with Share the Dignity to raise awareness for invisible bladder leaks. It’s an ‘unspoken health...

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Renewed calls for a sugar tax

The Federal Australian Dental Association (ADA) congratulates the Australian Medical Association (AMA) for calling for an immediate tax on sugar as one of its...

Chemist Warehouse gets top gong

Chemist Warehouse was named Chemist/Pharmacy of the Year in the 2020 Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards. This is the first time Chemist Warehouse has won...

Tooth decay, don’t let it stay

While tooth decay is absolutely avoidable, 50% of children under the age of six in Australia experience decay in teeth, according to the Australian...

A not so TABOO topic

In the May issue of Retail Pharmacy Assistants magazine, we speak with TABOO’s Managing Director and co-founder Eloise Hall about the importance of tackling...

New app empowers maternal mental health

A new app developed by the University of South Australia (UniSA) and parent support group Village Foundation, is set to help women recognise the...