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Men’s Health


New ABS data has revealed a significant decrease in asthma-related deaths in Australian women… but what about men? The number of deaths remains high, however, and the death toll for …

It can be tough but rewarding to start talking with patients about ED, writes Brad Butt As pharmacists we all know about erectile dysfunction, its etiology, physiology and management options. …

Brad Butt takes a look at the causes and treatments for ED… and why conversations with pharmacists can help Many men report symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED) at one time …

Canberra pharmacist Brad Butt has been named the Australian Patients Association’s inaugural Most Outstanding Community Pharmacist of the Year at its annual awards night in Melbourne Mr Butt, from Cooleman …

After partnering with men’s mental health foundation Gotcha4Life, Chemist Warehouse has announced it has raised a million dollars Gotcha4Life aims to make a significant impact in the men’s mental health …

This week started with honours for seven industry leaders, and ended with the announcement of a pay rise for employee pharmacists Health Minister Greg Hunt announced an Australian Preventive Health …

Chemist Warehouse has partnered with media personality Gus Worland to take action on men’s health The two are supporting the launch of the 2019 Gotcha4Life campaign, which raises awareness and …

A pharmacy clinic in Canberra has been recognised for its services to men’s health Men’s Health Downunder, a pharmacist-run clinic for male urological issues, has been named winner of the …

A British online pharmacy has decided to try and cheer men up… with Viagra for £1 a pop Monday, January 21st was “Blue Monday,” which according to the UK’s The …

Relaxing current regulations on e-cigarettes is unlikely to result in further smoking cessation in young adults as most are using them for enjoyment, say Australian researchers Among Australian young adults …

Reports show 19 deaths occurred due to sildenafil in the UK last year. What does this mean for the medicine, which is being considered for S3 status in Australia? Data from …

Steve Kassem, Neuroscience Research Australia News reports about a study from Germany may provide the ultimate excuse for men to dress more casually for work, finding neckties reduce blood supply …