Following on from the feature published in the April issue of Retail Pharmacy Assistants e-magazine, in which we explored the topic of exercising and heart attack risk, we recently spoke with Tim Douge, Accredited Exercise Physiologist from Studio 99...
Experiencing an injury when exercising or training can be frustrating, painful and sometimes potentially serious. We speak with Michael Lawler, Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Exercise Physiologist from Eat Me Nutrition to learn about the role of nutrition in...
A question I’ve been asked many times over the past two years is ‘why?’ It’s usually followed by, ‘but how do you clean them – isn’t it gross?’ These questions arise when someone finds out that I opt for...
When the frost begins sticking to the ground and colder days draw near, we may feel a little low. We need to look after our mental health all year round, but especially in winter. As we abandon the warm-season walks...
As the cold and flu season nears, many of us seek to support our immune system to avoid winter illness. Vitamins and minerals are essential in providing our bodies with nutrition and supporting a healthy immune system. Most people can...
For our Awareness Spotlight, this month we spoke with Carolyn Dews, CEO of Immune Deficiency Foundation Australia. Envisioning a future where immune deficiencies are diagnosed and treated early, the foundation raises awareness to help improve understanding and health outcomes...
Last month, Priceline Pharmacy showcased the latest cult-worthy products from 50 brands, including 21 exclusive brands, to more than 170 media and influencers at The Beauty Prescription PR tradeshow event in Sydney. Although this was the eighth time the...
In this month's issue of Retail Pharmacy Assistants e-magazine we spoke with pharmacy assistant, Ellie Merrick from Amcal+ Salamander Bay in the Hunter region of NSW about her career highlights, challenges and tips for other pharmacy assistants and staff. How long...
Rosacea affects more than 40 million people worldwide1, and if left untreated, the disease may worsen over time. The condition causes redness, both temporary and permanent, and often small, red, pus-filled bumps on the face. Other symptoms of rosacea include itchy/sore/red...
Stress. Parenthood. Shift work. Illness. Many factors can affect the quality and quantity of sleep we get. According to the Sleep Health Foundation, around one on three people have trouble sleeping, whether finding it hard to fall asleep or to...
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