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The first pharmacists have undergone immunisation training in Tasmania to enable them to provide vaccinations for the coming flu season, the PSA says. The Tasmanian Government last week reformed health …

Homelessness needs to be addressed if governments really want to Close the Gap by 2030, according to Public Health Association of Australia CEO Michael Moore. A report published today in …

Half the world’s population—nearly 5 billion people—will be short-sighted by 2050, with up to a fifth of them at a significantly increased risk of blindness if current trends continue, says …

New DAA research shows more than half Australian adults are unhappy with their weight, with many wanting to eat better, trim portion sizes and cook at home more. The national …

A study by AbbVie has revealed the impact of men’s health-related sleep disorders on relationships, with 79% of Australian women surveyed believing their partner’s poor sleep is due to a …

Despite heavy local flooding the city of Newcastle recovered well and successfully hosted the Pharmacists of Australia for their 9th National Cricket Carnival recently. Teams from Queensland, New South Wales, …

The combined weight of Chemplus and the Terry White Group has seen the South Australian-based network reporting increased retail sales and the addition of two new pharmacies. The Terry White …

A Bill to establish a national licensing and compliance scheme for medicinal cannabis has been welcomed by the PSA as an important first step to allow for the safe and …

While the second half of 2015 was positive for pharmacies, 2016 will be challenging with the further PBS reforms reducing wholesaler and generic trading terms, says Guild executive director David …

The Turnbull Government will today introduce legislation providing the “missing piece” for Australian patients and their doctors to access a safe, legal and reliable supply of medicinal cannabis products for …

Further steps need to be taken to ensure health equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples according to Public Health Association of Australia Vice President of Aboriginal and Torres …

New research shows that the stress of social disadvantage could be putting people at higher risk of developing osteoporosis. An international team of researchers led by Deakin University’s Dr Sharon …