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Dead rat plague in UK pharmacy; reprimanded NZ pharmacist named; fatal injection in India Hull, England: A spokesperson for the Lloydspharmacy group has apologised to the local community after pharmacy …

Scientists have developed a formulation that increases the delivery of a novel “antivirulence” agent to the lungs to manage cystic fibrosis A new rat study presented at the International Pharmaceutical …

Research led by a UTS scientist has shown the stimulation of bitter taste receptors could relieve features of allergic asthma Dr Pawan Sharma from the UTS School of Life Sciences …

Popping a pill that makes your body think it has exercised could soon be possible, say Deakin University medical scientists. But don’t let your gym membership lapse just yet—at this …

Researchers at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies and the University of Georgia have assembled summative world maps of what’s on record about mammal-to-human diseases. The majority of infectious diseases …

A new study has helped to unveil the mystery of why chronic stress and depression can lead to bone loss and increase the risk of fractures. The effect of chronic …

Exposure to low doses of a type of phthalate prior to puberty in mice can impact bone density later in life, an Australian study has found. Phthalates, which have been …

A prototype of a new class of well-tolerated anticancer agents, called CTU, has been developed by pharmaceutical scientists in Australia, and the research presented at the FIP conference. Research showing …

The Heart Foundation has reiterated the importance of exercise and movement, following media reports on a new study which showed sedentary behaviour had a negative effect on the body rhythms …