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mother and baby


Leading pharmacist calls for more guidelines on colic, constipation and reflux in infants, as new survey shows 99% of pharmacists field questions on these disorders A new survey has found …

Concern for mums with sick children prompted the opening of the ACT’s first ever drive-through pharmacy – and a year later, it’s celebrating its success with the local community Gold …

With a few changes to their marketing strategy, pharmacies can entice some of the best potential customers, writes Katrina McCarter I want to share with you an opportunity to attract …

Researchers examined whether providing a low FODMAP diet to breastfeeding mothers could help reduce colic in infants… and the results suggest it could While avoiding “windy” foods is common among …

A pharmacist who made and sold preparations from human placenta has had his licence cancelled for at least six years Isidoro “Rudy” Sanchez was the manager of the now-closed Marigold …

What’s the latest when it comes to Australian mothers and their babies? Here are the most recent stats and trends from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) on …

‘My pharmacist tried to talk me out of getting my baby vaccinated,’ claims Aussie mum An Australian mum has spoken to parenting publication Kidspot, saying her experience with one pharmacist …

From mastitis and the hidden hindrances of breastfeeding to baby pain and constipation, motherhood is fraught with highs and lows Lisa Properjohn, registered nurse specialising in paediatrics at Pharmacy 777 …

How the pharmacy setting can help, not hinder, breastfeeding mums Researchers from WellSouth Primary Health Network in New Zealand have been considering how pharmacies promote and support breastfeeding. “Pharmacists are …

Discussing medicines and Baby mustn’t stop when a baby is born, writes Karalyn Huxhagen Customers will ask about medications during their pregnancy. There are many myths and it is the …

Women from lower socio-economic families face twice the risk of delivering a stillborn baby of their wealthier counterparts, an international study led by a Mater Research Institute-University of Queensland researcher …

With over 10,600 phone calls about accidental medicines exposures and 4,391 calls about dosing errors made to the NSW Poisons Information Centre in one year—all in children 0-14 years—NPS MedicineWise …