Latest Posts

Health groups call on WA government to commit on climate action

Ahead of the election next week, Australia’s top health and social justice organisations are calling on the West Australian Government to follow through on...

Go nuts for ‘guilt-free’ sweet new treats

Quest is on a… well quest, to satisfy sweet-tooth cravings without compromising on nutrition. This month Quest Nutrition has added a brand-new product to its...

Smooth as a baby’s bottom?

The most common cause of nappy rash in children is irritation, according to the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne (RCH). The irritation can come from...
Articles by:

Margaret Mielczarek

Another step forward in assisting people with a disability

Victoria has reportedly taken another step forward in assisting people with a disability find the allied health services and allied health professionals they need,...

Keeping acne at bay

One of the most common conditions among tweens and teens is acne, which can be annoying at best and debilitating at worst. This month,...

A future for all women

With research into one of “the most lethal and least understood cancers affecting women in Australia and around the world” being of vital importance,...

Antioxidant found to improve cognitive decline

A new study published in the Neurochemistry International Journal, has shown that supplementing with glutathione precursor γ-glutamylcysteine (γ-GC) reduces oxidative stress, neuroinflammation and amyloid...

Guardian launches Healthy Kids’ Guide

The newly launched 20th anniversary edition of Healthy Kids’ Guide will be available on the Guardian Pharmacy website and in selected Guardian pharmacies. Developed with...

Affordable childcare essential for small business

The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell says there is an urgent need for universal access to high-quality, affordable childcare and...

Research: our best hope

In a statement released by Minister for Health and Aged Care, The Hon Greg Hunt MP, this week, as part of Ovarian Cancer Awareness...

Federal Minister for Health confirmed for APP2021

In an announcement that highlights community pharmacy’s significance in national health policy, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia has confirmed that the Federal Minister for...

Latest Posts

Health groups call on WA government to commit on climate action

Ahead of the election next week, Australia’s top health and social justice organisations are calling on the West Australian Government to follow through on...

Go nuts for ‘guilt-free’ sweet new treats

Quest is on a… well quest, to satisfy sweet-tooth cravings without compromising on nutrition. This month Quest Nutrition has added a brand-new product to its...

Smooth as a baby’s bottom?

The most common cause of nappy rash in children is irritation, according to the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne (RCH). The irritation can come from...

Supporting Australia’s little Sweethearts

Childhood acquired heart disease is a complex condition with no known cure, and one of the leading causes of infant death in Australia. In...

Don't Miss

Study: Exercise better than testosterone therapy when it comes to boosting men’s artery health

A new study by The University of Western Australia (UWA), which examined the effect of exercise training and testosterone treatment on artery function in...

Study reveals the countries that like to party hard with drugs

Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands and the US, are amongst some of the countries consuming the highest amounts of designer ‘party’ drugs, according to...

Drone project to make medicines more accessible

In what will be a first for regional Australia, TerryWhite Chemmart (TWC), in partnership with Melbourne-based company Swoop Aero and healthcare wholesaler Symbion, is...

Pharmacists step up to the Covid-19 vaccine challenge

The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) announced that 1,000 pharmacists have already registered to assist in the vaccine rollout and more than 700 attended...

Covid-19 vaccine rollout: the towns, suburbs and hubs that get it first

The Covid-19 Vaccination Program will commence from next week and people in priority groups who are most at risk and who need protection the...