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Just how much pollution does the pharmaceutical industry generate? asks Lotfi Belkhir, McMaster University Rarely does mention of the pharmaceutical industry conjure up images of smoke stacks, pollution and environmental …

Most smokers regret ever having taken up the habit, so how can pharmacists best support people to quit? Sheshtyn Paola explores the latest research and expert advice Jessica* started smoking …

Pharmacists play an important role in reviewing the symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, assisting in managing the condition and identifying patients who may benefit from stepping down their PPI therapy, …

In the third of our series of profiles of pharmacists standing for Parliament, we speak to NSW pharmacist and Greens candidate, Carmel McCallum Candidate profile: Carmel McCallum Party: Greens Seat: …

In the second of our series of profiles of pharmacists standing for Parliament, we speak to Tasmanian pharmacist, and National Party candidate, Carl Cooper Candidate profile: Carl Cooper Party: Nationals …

We profile pharmacists who are standing for Parliament in the 2019 Federal election. First we speak to current MP, Emma McBride Candidate profile: Emma McBride Party: Labor Seat: Dobell, NSW (sitting member) …

Andrew Lavender from Curtin University takes a look at how to start undoing a sedentary lifestyle Perhaps your GP has recommended you exercise more, or you’ve had a recent health …

Stakeholders say that chronic pain should be seen as, and treated like, any other condition. So why is chronic pain, and those who seek treatment for it, so stigmatised? Media …

The new Appendix M category added to the Standard for Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons from February 2019 offers optimism that additional medicines might be considered for down‑scheduling from …

It’s hard to keep up with the seemingly constant changes and developments in technology. We sought the views of a range of industry experts on the major trends, developments and …

Menopause is a time of life which brings a range of symptoms—some of which will be felt severely by some women, while others barely suffer at all—accompanied by a great deal of sensationalised media …

Downscheduling medicines from Prescription Only would serve the public well, write Jack Collins, University of Sydney; Andrew McLachlan, University of Sydney; Carl Schneider, University of Sydney; Rebekah Moles, University of …