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Priceline Pharmacy, Discount Drug Stores have toppled My Chemist from top of customer satisfaction polls in past months… but it’s still close behind While My Chemist took out the top …

Two drugs have been causing debate this week: cannabis and, predictably, codeine A group of doctors wrote to the Medical Journal of Australia on behalf of the Royal Australasian College …

Roy Morgan has announced the winners of the 2017 Customer Satisfaction Awards, presenting 32 awards to businesses which “consistently outperformed their peers” Among six first-time winners this year was My …

Terry White Chemist continues its winning streak in Roy Morgan’s customer satisfaction polls, giving My Chemist a run for its money Terry White Chemist currently sits at a 91% customer …

The pharmacy chain has well and truly knocked My Chemist off its perch in monthly Roy Morgan customer poll Terry White Chemists has again been named Pharmacy of the Month …

When it comes to perception of ethics and honesty across professions, pharmacists have dropped down the ranks Health professionals have continued their domination of Australia’s most highly regarded professions. Australia’s …

The pharmacy group continues its winning streak in monthly customer satisfaction ratings, soon to hit one year at the top My Chemist has topped the Roy Morgan customer satisfaction rankings …

The latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal that 8.7 million Australians (or 44.2% of the population) take vitamins, minerals and supplements. And Nature’s Own is the most widely consumed …

Cold season is well underway, so unsurprisingly the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research confirm that the winter months are when sales of throat lozenges and tissues reach their annual …

More people than ever are heading to the internet to purchase their cosmetics and skincare products Latest figures from Roy Morgan Research reveal online cosmetics and skincare purchases have seen …

Pharmacists have come equal second in this year’s Roy Morgan Image of Professions Survey, again second only to nurses. A very large majority of Australians aged 14 and over rated …

Five million Australians pay for a doctor’s visit in an average four week period—but an increasing proportion of them are also going online to look up health and medical information …