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Right foot forward

With end-of-term school holidays officially over and the back-to-school rush here, podiatry experts at the University of South Australia (UniSA) are encouraging parents to...

Limited space available for pre-APP workshops

Pharmacists are being encouraged to enrol in additional training before APP to bring themselves up-to-date and learn hands-on methods to help them practice to...

Poor sleep linked with dementia risk

One of the common symptoms of dementia onset is altered sleep, with research increasingly suggesting that sleep patterns may contribute to the disease. Time spent...
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Discovering the best at Naturally Good 2019

The Naturally Good Expo – claimed to be the southern hemisphere’s largest natural, organic and healthy products trade show – returned to the ICC...

Priceline winning battle for cosmetics market share

Priceline is doing battle with supermarkets for the Australian cosmetics market, says Roy Morgan – and Priceline is gaining the edge. According to Roy Morgan’s...

Oli6 goat-milk formula moves from pharmacy to Coles

Coles has signed a deal with Nuchev to range its Oli6 goat-milk formula in stores and online from next month after Nuchev founder and Chief...

Low birthweight means a higher risk of lung disease

A global study shows that people born very preterm or with very low birthweight have a high risk of lung disease and are not...

Why eating fermented food is good for you

Researchers have discovered that humans and great apes possess a receptor on their cells that detects metabolites from bacteria commonly found in fermented foods...

Women perform better mentally at higher room temperatures

Women’s performance on maths and verbal tests is best at higher temperatures, while men perform best on the same tests at lower temperatures, according...

Sexy advertising makes us feel dirty (sort of)

Highly sexualised imagery in advertising causes some of us to feel dirty – just not in the way we might think. In fact, rather than...

Women too “ashamed” to go on a diet, says leading nutritionist

A leading Australian certified nutritionist has criticised the growing “anti body shaming” and “body beautiful” trends as being detrimental to women leading healthy lifestyles. ...

Latest Posts

Right foot forward

With end-of-term school holidays officially over and the back-to-school rush here, podiatry experts at the University of South Australia (UniSA) are encouraging parents to...

Limited space available for pre-APP workshops

Pharmacists are being encouraged to enrol in additional training before APP to bring themselves up-to-date and learn hands-on methods to help them practice to...

Poor sleep linked with dementia risk

One of the common symptoms of dementia onset is altered sleep, with research increasingly suggesting that sleep patterns may contribute to the disease. Time spent...

Qld Guild supports the `Really Big Walk’ initiative

The Queensland branch of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia is donating $3,000 to State MP for Greenslopes, Joe Kelly, for his efforts to raise...

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New e-health exercise program for falls prevention

Coinciding with Falls Awareness Month (April), a new study into the balance exercise program, StandingTall, published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) this week has...

The ‘missing malnourished’

Reportedly, malnutrition affects thousands of Australians and because many people are completely unaware that they’re at risk or have this serious health condition, it...

Risk-free registration promised for APP2021

With the recent announcement that the mass rollout of Covid-19 vaccinations in community pharmacy will be delayed for at least a month, Kos Sclavos...

SuperPharmacy joins Everyday Rewards program

As of 1 April 2021, Everyday Rewards members are able to earn one point per dollar on SuperPharmacy purchases made online, with the Sydney-based...

New National Council Committees for the Guild

Media Release The Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s new National Council met in South Australia on Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th March to bring on...