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People can now purchase vitamins, perfumes, medicines, soft drink and more from vending machines in Melbourne A group called Vitamin Warehouse has installed several vending machines in a shopfront on Fitzroy Street …

People can purchase vitamins, perfumes, medicines, soft drink and more from vending machines that have opened in Melbourne A group called Vitamin Warehouse has installed several vending machines in a shopfront on Fitzroy …

Do you recommend Vitamin D supplements to patients? Last week, AJP took a look at the issue of Vitamin D supplements and the case for and against them. This month …

Scurvy is making a surprise comeback, according to the Westmead Institute, due to poor dietary choices Professor Jenny Gunton, who heads the Centre for Diabetes, Obesity and Endocrinology research at …

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 …

Health Check: can vitamins supplement a poor diet? Tim Crowe, Deakin University Vitamins and minerals are essential for keeping us in good health. While eating a varied diet should give …

Complementary Medicines Australia has welcomed new UK-based guidance by a committee of independent experts that recommends everyone in the UK should take vitamin D supplements, rather than just some groups …

Avondale Heights police are appealing for public assistance to identify a man involved in the alleged theft of a large amount of vitamin capsules from a chemist at Keilor East …

New research from Griffith University aims to dispel the myths around vitamin use and educate reproductive aged women about their dietary needs. Aiming to survey several thousand women from Queensland, …

Debbie Rigby presents the latest research news relevant to pharmacy Aspirin for Primary Prevention of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease Evidence from a total of 11 trials involving more than 118,000 patients …

Critics of complementary medicine should welcome evidence to support its use when supplied, Carl Gibson of the Complementary Medicines Association has told the AJP. Gibson, the CEO of CMA, was …

There is no evidence that adding nutrients to poor food choices will address the problem of obesity, a dietary expert says. Dr Rosemary Stanton wrote in an editorial in the …