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Dentists’ warning to keep teeth healthy during Halloween

Australians taking part in ‘trick or treat’ this Halloween should eat sweets in single sittings rather than repeatedly returning to the pantry throughout the...

Career podcast targeted at pharmacists

Raven’s Recruitment have this week launched a new and innovated career podcast specifically targeted at pharmacists. Available on their website or through your preferred podcast...

Use of topical agents in pain management

Media Release Musculoskeletal conditions such as back pain, osteoarthritis and acute muscle pain are common and have a substantial impact on everyday life. The pain and...
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Victorian retailers need certainty heading into Christmas

Media Release Victorian retailers need certainty as we head into Christmas shopping 25 October, 2020 The National Retail Association (NRA) has today expressed concern at...

Baby wipes and ingredient gripes

One day in the office, a design team member – a father of two – made a point of showing the difference between the...

Small business owners, you are not alone

This World Mental Health Day (10 October), small business owners that are experiencing symptoms of mental health issues, are being urged to speak up. “This...

Rise in suitable jobs for people with mental health conditions

There’s been a significant difference in number of jobs available for those living with mental conditions, pre-Covid to now. Research from atWork Australia shows a...

Mental health program for small business owners

The Federal Government’s $4.26 million budget shows their commitment to a new mental health program for small business owners. The Australian Small Business and Family...

A workplaces role on World Mental Health Day

It has been an incredibly tough year for everyone, so it’s understandable that majority of Australians are experiencing mild levels of anxiety and depression. Research...

Retinol: is it more than an internet fad?

If you're anything like me (and millions of others), you've probably found yourself more than once down the rabbit hole that is YouTube and...

Curbing cabin fever

A pharmacy is much like a grocery store, where regular shoppers will visit daily. It’s one of the only points of physical contact that...

Latest Posts

Dentists’ warning to keep teeth healthy during Halloween

Australians taking part in ‘trick or treat’ this Halloween should eat sweets in single sittings rather than repeatedly returning to the pantry throughout the...

Career podcast targeted at pharmacists

Raven’s Recruitment have this week launched a new and innovated career podcast specifically targeted at pharmacists. Available on their website or through your preferred podcast...

Use of topical agents in pain management

Media Release Musculoskeletal conditions such as back pain, osteoarthritis and acute muscle pain are common and have a substantial impact on everyday life. The pain and...

Priceline Pharmacy’s virtual Store of the Year award ceremony

In Priceline Pharmacy’s first-ever virtual awards ceremony, hosted by Chrissie Swan and Joel Creasey, out of more than 470 stores from around Australia, Priceline...

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E-scripts roll out in Sydney

The modus operandi in pharmacy’s is changing, with Sydney pharmacists facing the roll out of electronic prescriptions throughout the city according to the Australian...

Quality of blood pressure devices survey

Researchers from the University of Tasmania have undertaken a survey of pharmacists on the quality of blood pressure devices provided in Australian pharmacies. Participants in...

APC appointments to Accreditation Committee

The Australian Pharmacy Council (APC) has made five appointments to its Accreditation Committee: Professor Timothy Chen, Professor of Medication Management at The University of...

Conference registrations now open

Registrations have opened for the 2021 Australian Professional Conference and Trade Exhibition (AP2021) in May. This is according to the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, which...

Mediterranean diet as treatment for PCOS 

The Mediterranean diet may be investigated as a possible treatment for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) after mice with PCOS-like features of the condition were...