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Debbie Rigby presents the latest in research news pertinent to pharmacy Australian clinical guidelines for the management of acute coronary syndromes 2016 The National Heart Foundation of Australia and Cardiac …

Research Check: does paracetamol in pregnancy cause child behavioural problems? Norman Saunders, University of Melbourne and Mark Habgood, University of Melbourne Paracetamol is widely used in all stages of pregnancy …

We take a look at the last week in pharmacy Several pharmacists have done the profession proud over the last week: Olympian Madeline Hills beat her personal best to come …

Effective and safe? This leader in pain research asks pharmacists to think again about this widely used drug While paracetamol has been the ‘go-to’ medicine for acute and chronic pain …

Use of paracetamol during pregnancy has been associated with an increased risk for multiple behavioural problems in children, an article published online by JAMA Pediatrics says. And pharmacists are likely …

Restrictions imposed on bulk paracetamol sales, but naproxen stays S2 Regulators have chosen to impose restrictions on the open selling of bulk packs of paracetamol. Transcripts from the March meeting …

Debbie Rigby, consultant clinical pharmacist, debunks some of the common held myths in pharmacy As trusted healthcare professionals within the community, pharmacists should ensure they are up-to-date on the latest …

A study of adults who had recently purchased children’s paracetamol has indicated that many people don’t know basic information about the commonly used medicine. Presented at last week’s National Medicines …

Many Australians with arthritis may be putting their health at risk by inadvertently mismanaging the amount of paracetamol medications they consume, new research has found – and pharmacists can help …

The so-called #paracetamolchallenge is a hoax, but one which could still be dangerous if teenagers believe it to be an actual social media phenomenon, says Young Pharmacist of the Year …