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AJP takes a look back over the events of 2015, a turbulent year in the history of community pharmacy “May you live in interesting times,” is purportedly an ancient Chinese …

West Australian pharmacist, Swarup Afsar, has been voted the UTS 2015 Pharmacist of the Year for his work in mental health and the development of an innovative counselling service.

Minister for Rural Health Fiona Nash has launched an Implementation Plan to help Close the Gap by improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The Implementation Plan …

New research indicates taking an oral vitamin-B3 derivative, nicotinamide, may help prevent the recurrance of non-melanoma skin cancers

The current retailer focus of the pharmacy industry is making the sector sick, says the new The Prescription for Pharmacy company, which is set to launch next month. Prescription for …

For most people our eyes provide around 80% of the information from our surroundings, and pharmacists are perfectly placed to help consumers maintain good eye health.

Prostate cancer is the fourth most common cause of male deaths and more must be done improve survival rates, by detecting it early. Prostate cancer has the dubious distinction of being fourth most …

Dermatologists and pharmacists are calling for consistent patient advice on the use of topical corticosteroids.

As the most accessible healthcare providers pharmacists can play a vital role in helping people with safe and effective pain management.

Despite what we might think about men, it seems they do want to talk about their health concerns, and community pharmacy might be the perfect place, reports Leanne Philpott. Key …