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Greater awareness of the risk factors for osteoporosis may help encourage early intervention and reduce fracture rates, writes Leanne Philpott Osteoporosis often goes undiagnosed until the first fracture occurs  Discussing …

Maternal health plays a pivotal role in the overall development of the infant, and our understanding of this role is evolving. The latest advances in science and knowledge are allowing …

Pharmacy’s role in vaccination provision continues to expand, and is a rare example of agreement with the federal government. We look at how we’ve got here, and what are the …

With seasonal allergies on the rise, and experts claiming that climate change may make things worse, pharmacists can be at-the-ready with allergy advice, says Leanne Philpott Hay fever is the …

Pharmacy academics Con Berbatis and Bruce Sunderland take a deeper look into some of the potential impacts of the 60 day dispensing policy Given the limited responses by pharmacy, the …

Leaders of the profession pay tribute to John Coppock as he steps back from official pharmacy after a lifetime of service  ‘One of life’s true gentlemen’ is set to retire …

Listening to the voices of First Nations people is key to ensuring equitable access to medicines, write Dr Alice Gilbert, Michelle Edmonds and Associate Professor Bhavini Patel. As pharmacists, we …

Five years ago, Deborah Hawthorne had quit pharmacy and believed she wouldn’t be back. How has she since become one of Australia’s leading consultant pharmacists – and one of the …

Are fish oil supplements as healthy as we think? And is eating fish better? In this article from The Conversation, Evangeline Mantzioris, program director of Nutrition and Food Sciences and Accredited …

Covid seems to have had long-term impacts on the immune system of many sufferers. Evidence is gradually emerging on how and why this may be happening What are the links …

The continuing digitisation of most aspects of pharmacy is leading to exponential growth in the risk of cyber attacks and data breaches. What can pharmacies do?  Chris Brooker investigates While …

New research has revealed the level to which workload and workstyle is affecting pharmacists’ capacity to follow their own advice when it comes to dry eye  Eye health, and the …