Efficacy is estimated to be as high as 99% in men who have sex with men who take Truvada daily. Sharon Lewin, Consultant Physician, Department of …

The overwhelming sea of over-the-counter cold and flu treatments will have many customers turning to their pharmacist for advice, writes Leanne Philpott If we’re honest …

Brenda Davy takes a look at the the evidence base for CMs Complementary medicines have existed for centuries and have provided the basis for many …

Weekly Dose: Valium, the ‘safer choice’ that led to dependence and addiction Moira Sim, Edith Cowan University Valium is a brand name for diazepam, which …

Pharmacy has a lot to learn from the Sensaslim debacle—but is it interested in doing so? wonders Ian Carr A short few years ago, one …

The drugs made me do it: can prescription side-effects be an excuse for crime? Arlie Loughnan, University of Sydney This week, a man who murdered …

Australian GPs are offered guidelines not relevant to their patients, and they often ignore them Gerard Gill, Deakin University Guidelines for GPs are often based …

Pharmacists must marry disruption rather than contemplate our destruction by its unstoppable force, says Rob Sztar. It is widely discussed that pharmacy faces an uncertain …

New PSA appointment is helping to building the next generation of pharmacy leadership, says Joe Demarte I would like to warmly welcome Taren Gill to …

Weekly Dose: ice and speed, the drugs that kept soldiers awake and a president young Julaine Allan Ice is a slang name for crystal methamphetamine …

Too much salt and sugar and not enough exercise, experts say Rebecca Lindberg, Victoria University; Maximilian de Courten, Victoria University, and Rosemary Calder, Victoria University …

A serivce-based, forward pharmacy model is a no-brainer…or is it? asks Glenn Guilfoyle As a stakeholder in the retail pharmacy industry it has become nigh …