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The largest single study to date has concluded that MMR vaccination does not increased autism risk, even among children with other risk factors for autism …

An Australian study has looked at patients’ and carers’ choices and use of asthma preventer medicines Cost may be a barrier for patient adherence to …

Study shows state expansion of hormonal contraception prescribing authority to pharmacists helps women obtain better access and prevent unintended pregnancy US researchers have looked at …

TGA investigating the possible contamination of blood pressure medications A new warning has been issued by the TGA on the potential contamination of ‘sartan’ angiotensin …

Let your patients with asthma know about lower-price options if you want to improve compliance Pharmacists have an important role to play in improving medication …

Experts say there is a need for more funding and collaboration to improve uptake and targeting of HMRs Home Medicines Review (HMR) use in Australia …

Pharmacists should be notified when and why a drug is being prescribed off-label says MP who has called for an inquiry into the practice A …

Call for fish oil supplements to be PBS listed for the prevention of preterm births An Australian expert has recommended that Omega 3 fish oil …

There are currently Epipen supplies and no shortages, manufacturer confirms In a recent story published by AJP, we reported on a pharmacist’s concern that they …

A new meta-analysis published in The Lancet has shown evidence that statins significantly reduce risk of major heart issues, irrespective of age In a meta-analysis of …

Pharmacy groups back moves to make Viagra available over the counter, but AMA questions checklist approach to treatment Leading pharmacy groups have backed a proposal …

Commencing pre-exposure prophylaxis can lead to a small rapid decline in kidney function, but this effect is reversible, according to Sydney researchers Fixed-dose combination tenofovir …