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sleep health


Early intervention by a pharmacist could help with insomnia, writes Carlene McMaugh According to the Sleep Health Foundation[1], approximately 10% of people experience insomnia at any one time, while about …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Association between sleep characteristics and antihypertensive treatment in older adults This study is a prospective cohort study of treated hypertensive patients …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Physical functioning and mindfulness skills training in chronic pain The importance of improved physical function as a primary outcome in the …

Most Australians suffer broken sleep – and 62% are ignoring “critical” signs that poor sleep could signify a serious problem, says Amcal The 2019 Sleep Health Survey, conducted by Amcal, …

New research has examined how sleep loss affects the waistline… and it’s not good news for those who aren’t getting their fair share of nap time New research presented at …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news The association between insomnia symptoms and risk of cardio-cerebral vascular events A meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies has demonstrated an association …

Parents are ignoring SIDS prevention guidelines in a bid to avoid flat head syndrome, new research has shown. A study published in Child: Care, Health and Development revealed parents are …

Each pharmacy, and the wider industry, needs to put their heart into professional services, writes Ian Fredericks I firmly believe that community pharmacy has divided itself into two distinct models: the …

New research from ECU has found another possible benefit of a good night’s sleep: difficulty getting to sleep may be associated with cognitive decline and dementia. Researchers examined the sleeping …

A University of Queensland trial could help the families of children with ADHD to get a decent night’s sleep. Researchers are recruiting participants for the study into the effectiveness of …