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When it’s unintended, weight loss in older people may indicate a significant underlying problem, writes Ben Basger Unintentional weight loss may occur in up to …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news  Changes in pain intensity after discontinuation of long-term opioid therapy for chronic noncancer pain Pain intensity …

Dr Esther Lau and Professor Lisa Nissen take a look at our longer, hotter summers and how they impact dehydration and heat-related illness Every year, …

What is the difference and which one is appropriate for pharmacies? Stephanie McGrath explains There are different types of commercial agreements that a pharmacist will come …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news  Overdiagnosis of Penicillin Allergy Leads to Costly, Inappropriate Treatment A growing body of evidence suggests that …

A short-and-sweet summary of the changes being implemented as early as this December, by Stephanie McGrath As announced in the budget, the following changes are being …

How assembly line theory can help maximise efficiency and effectiveness in community pharmacy, by Glenn Guilfoyle Readers of the trade press over recent months will have …

Pharmacy intern Vasilios Sotiropoulos has recently been recognised for his research into the real-world costs of hepatitis treatment This month, ex-NAPSA Director Vasilios Sotiropoulos won …

Many Australians need help preparing for good health while they travel, writes Karalyn Huxhagen Customers present to pharmacy with requests and questions about travel on …

Apart from the relatively new retailing sales event, called Black Friday, the 23rd November 2018 has further significance, writes Phillip Chapman It’s not for retail …

Debbie Rigby takes a look around at recent research news Deprescribing conversations: a closer look at prescriber–patient communication Exploration of initiation, style and content of …

As the silly season begins, Louis Roller takes a look at navigating the pitfalls of overindulgence Overindulgence: to allow yourself to have too much of something enjoyable, especially food or drink: …