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Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news  Intentional Weight Loss for Overweight and Obese Knee Osteoarthritis Patients: Is More Better? In the Intensive diet and Exercise for Adults …

Are pharmacists putting themselves at professional risk by selling non-evidence-based preparations like homeopathy? Jarrod McMaugh investigates Non-evidence-based medicine is a contentious area of healthcare, and pharmacists need to be aware …

The RACGP has added its voice to calls to block proposed legislation that would allow complementary medicines to make non-evidence-based claims The proposed legislation would permit “dangerous and misleading” claims …

A prominent GP has suggested that pharmacy owners are acting less like health care providers and more like commercially driven retailers Edwin Kruys, immediate past RACGP vice president and RACGP …

Government decision not to ban homeopathy sales from pharmacies is a mistake, argues Bruce Baer Arnold By Bruce Baer Arnold, University of Canberra Last year a review into pharmacy in Australia …

Friends of Science in Medicine’s Ian Carr is disappointed that the Government has not taken up a King Review suggestion that pharmacies not sell homeopathy The final report had stated that …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news  Comparative effectiveness of extended-release naltrexone versus buprenorphine-naloxone for opioid relapse prevention (X:BOT) A 24-week randomised controlled, comparative effectiveness trial …

Blackmores announces its net profit and its decision to acquire Catalent Australia Holding Pty Limited, owner of a CM manufacturing facility Blackmores will acquire 100% of the issued share capital …

Canadian pharmacist trashes his shop on eviction; new NZ code of ethics ignored; jail for failing to report TB Belle River, Ontario: A pharmacist who was being evicted from his …

The Blackmore Foundation, BioCeuticals and the Jacka Foundation of Natural Therapies have provided hefty funding towards research into naturopathy and complementary medicines The $1.5 million in funding will support two …

A controversial TGA bill that would have seen advertising pre-approvals removed has been passed by the Senate The Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill 2017 was passed with an amendment, negotiated by …

Response to article published in the AJP—The People’s Choice by Ian Carr In the AJP February, 2018 [and published online this week], your feature writer asks: “Can we afford not …