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Obesity is one of the most significant public health concerns worldwide. Almost 70% of Australians and 25% of children are overweight or obese.
The PSA has released Guidelines for Pharmacists Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples with Medicines Management.
Sore throat is a symptom rather than a diagnosis. Although usually mild it can be painful and warrants careful investigation by pharmacists.
Medicines, if disposed of unsafely, have the potential to both cause damage to the environment and pose a risk to public safety.
Dry mouth is a common condition that can harm dentition, contribute to mucosal discomfort and affect an individual’s quality of life.
Over-the-counter medicines are frequently used to manage childhood ailments. How can pharmacists help ensure they are administered correctly?
In recent years jurisdictional regulations have been amended enabling Australian pharmacists to administer some vaccines to children.
Pharmacists are well equipped to assist patients who request treatment for pain. This article discusses the role of the pharmacist in the appropriate supply of over-the-counter diclofenac for management of pain.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has down- scheduled – to Schedule 3 Pharmacist Only – immediate-release melatonin preparations for the treatment of jet lag in adults aged 18 years or older.
Pharmacists can play an important role in supporting patients to quit smoking,3 along with general practitioners, helplines and online services.