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Up to three in 10 British pharmacies may be failing to give safety advice, a consumer advocacy organisation has found Which? Magazine, part of the Which? Group which also includes …

Australian researchers are set to investigate the development of non-addictive analgesics The University of Queensland announced that it will be looking into alternatives to addictive opioid drugs such as codeine, …

Despite the downturn in the analgesics category, pharmacy’s trusted advice and proactive approach might just be the key to driving positive future growth According to Nielsen data, in the last …

Painkillers like ibuprofen can increase the risk of heart disease and should be restricted Michael Stokes, University of Adelaide and Peter Psaltis, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute Medications …

We take a look at the last week in pharmacy With only a few more sleeps left ’till Christmas, a lot of Aussies are already well and truly into the …

Those aged 15-24 years old have the highest rates of poisoning by pharmaceuticals in Australia The majority of cases involve non-opioid analgesics and are the result of intentional self-harm, the Australian Institute …

Stakeholders have expressed disappointment in the PBAC’s restatement of its decision to delist Panadol Osteo, and concerns that patients may turn to stronger alternatives to manage their pain. The PBAC …

In its submission to the supplementary consultation on the scheduling of OTC codeine medicines, ASMI supported regulatory options that reduce the risk of codeine misuse, while retaining pharmacy access for …

Researchers at the University of Warwick have worked with Coventry-based Medherant, a Warwick spinout company, to produce and patent the world’s first ever ibuprofen patch delivering the drug directly through …

Reckitt Benckiser has been ordered to remove its Nurofen Specific Pain products from retail shelves within three months, following a Federal Court decision that the company had engaged in misleading …

Children’s analgesics from Apohealth and the Terry White Chemists brand have been recalled. Apotex, in consultation with the TGA, is recalling two batches each of Apohealth children’s paracetamol for one …

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 that contain codeine to Schedule …