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Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common disease that causes cold-like symptoms. Here's how pharmacists can help to protect patients.
Sedating antihistamines have long been known to have an anti-nausea effect on humans as H1 receptor histamine antagonists.
Before it helped make a fashion statement, belladonna was used as an anaesthetic, pain reliever and remedy for assorted ailments.
For Australians living with chronic wounds, pharmacy wound clinics can provide an accessible journey to healing. 
Changing weather patterns could spell trouble ahead for hay fever sufferers. Now is the time to ensure patients have optimum relief.
SABA overuse is undermining asthma control. This National Asthma Week, pharmacists should inform patients about the risks.
After 18 reports of liver injury, including one death, the TGA has issued a warning about the risks of taking turmeric and/or curcumin.
Ahead of National Diabetes Week, Australian Pharmacist explains the transformative impact of diabetes technologies.
A new Therapeutic Guidelines summary table, ensures patients can receive appropriate treatments when first-line options are unavailable.
Dispensing of psychotropic medicines to Australian children and adolescents aged 18 and younger doubled from 2013 to 2021, new research found.