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A recent case of probable serotonin toxicity provides a good example of the importance of deprescribing, writes Karalyn Huxhagen Deprescribing covers many areas: removing medication that is no longer needed; …

Known for his colourful shirts and panna cotta attempts, pharmacist Ben Trobbiani made the top 10 in this year’s season of MasterChef… we interview him now that the show has …

Study exposes links between prescription drug advertising and unhealthy lifestyles People with unhealthier lifestyle behaviours were more likely to respond to advertising of prescription medicines, a New Zealand study has …

Eczema affects 1 in 3 Australians at some stage of their lives, but there are some natural skincare products out there that can help, writes Sheshtyn Paola In my late …

How to help customers who are looking for relief and protection for dry lips this winter Winter isn’t much fun for our skin and our lips aren’t immune from the …

The world is set to miss its lifestyle disease targets, according to a new report from the World Health Organization Unless there is serious change in the meantime, the global …

Visitors to Vivid Sydney 2018 will be able to catch a glimpse of the beauty and danger of viruses and bacteria as they are expanded up to a billion times …

Family, friends and GPs are the top sources of weight and nutrition information, a new study shows… but there’s a catch LiveLighter, the public health education campaign that encourages Australians …

AJP chats with Lizzy Pike and Rebecca Williamson about their award-winning product Face Halo, exclusively stocked by Priceline Pharmacy The Face Halo, recently introduced at The Beauty Prescription event and available …

A study published in The Lancet has found that globally, one in 12 deaths could be prevented with 30 minutes’ worth of physical activity, five days a week But it …

AJP chats with community and consultant pharmacist Cassie Sanghvi, who makes up one-half of organic skincare brand The Base Collective Melbourne based duo Carly Pountney and Cassie Sanghvi (pictured, left …

The prevalence of heart failure is increasing in Australia, according to experts from Melbourne’s Alfred Health Dr Ingrid Hopper and Kellie Easton write in Australian Prescriber that the condition now …