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CMs


One industry body has called on the authors of a recent study to provide details of contaminated CAMs to the TGA Last week, researchers from Murdoch University and Curtin University …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news  Proton pump inhibitors co‐prescribed with warfarin reduce warfarin control as measured by time in therapeutic range Results from retrosepctive data of …

myDNA has withdrawn its pharmacy assistant rewards program after Friends of Science in Medicine’s Ken Harvey made a complaint to the TGA Until Thursday July 18, the program was being …

A leading doctor is warning Australians not to take in “dodgy” medical advice from social media Dr Chris Moy, Chairman of the Australian Medical Association’s Ethics and Medico-legal Committee, spoke …

Many vitamins, supplements and dietary interventions do not seem to help people live longer or stave off heart disease, according to a US review of studies A new evidence review …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Associations between gabapentinoids and suicidal behaviour, unintentional overdoses, injuries, road traffic incidents, and violent crime This large Swedish population …

A leading doctor claims that trust in pharmacists is eroding – thanks to their sales of complementary medicines Pharmacy stakeholders have hit back at comments from Dr Harry Nespolon, president …

Most Australian consumers – and health professionals – aren’t familiar with the country’s drug regulatory system, says a prominent pharmacist Writing in Australian Prescriber, Geraldine Moses says that most people …

A poster presented at the Choosing Wisely 2019 Annual Meeting has examined the major queries Australians have about their complementary medicines The poster drew on questions asked of the national …

New Roy Morgan data shows that the proportion of Australians buying vitamins, minerals and supplements has gone down since 2014 Amid news that pharmaceuticals such as Blackmores and Swisse can …

NPS MedicineWise is reminding the public to treat complementary medicines like any other medicines, and talk about them with pharmacists Almost seven million Australians take some form of CM each …

Complaints and concerns about doctors who provide complementary medicines has sparked a consultation by the Medical Board The Board is consulting on options to more clearly regulate medical practitioners who …