Domestic violence leads to more child deaths and intensive care unit admissions in Queensland than accidents, and in infants they are most often head and …

Terry White Group has announced the appointment of Jane McKellar to its Board as an Independent Non-Executive Director. McKellar has more than 30 years’ international …

International knowledge and experience will give the graduates of a ground-breaking new pharmacy Master’s degree the chance to take their skills to the world, says …

Older Australians are drinking so much coffee and alcohol that it’s damaging their already fragile sleep, a new survey has found. A survey of sleep …

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Nominations are open for the 2015 Innovative Pharmacist of the Year Award, now in its fourth year. This annual award was initiated by UTS Pharmacy …

The Australian Self Medication Industry says it is extremely disappointed with the Federal Government Scheduling Delegate’s interim decision to up-schedule over-the-counter cough/cold medicines and analgesics …

Calcium supplements have no benefit for most people and could even be harmful, claim University of Auckland researchers. Two studies published in the British Medical …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has expressed concern at the proposed re-scheduling of codeine containing analgesics to Schedule 4, Prescription Only Medicine. The interim decision …

The Guild and other health professional and consumer organisations have voiced their support for the transparency changes in the new Medicines Australia 18th Code of …

More than 1.4 million women aged 50-69 had a screening mammogram through BreastScreen Australia in 2012-2013 and 2013-2014, according to a report released today by …

More than 10% of people living in some parts of Australia say they have delayed or avoided filling a script due to cost – more …