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Baby talk...

Some women sail through their pregnancy with no problems at all, while others suffer a range of health problems

First aid & wound care: Sounding the alarm

It is important that pharmacists know when to raise the alarm if leg ulcers aren’t healing as expected

What to expect when expecting

Pregnancy is the ideal time for pharmacy teams to develop a long-term relationship with parents.

Child & teenage health

One in ten young people will experience a mental health problem due to the pressures that come with being a teenager

Ads highlight Chloraseptic speed of action

A consumer press campaign for Ultra Chloraseptic is now appearing in newspapers and women’s press

Docusol looks to boost OTC sales

Typharm is looking to invigorate OTC laxatives sales with the launch of Docusol Paediatric Solution

Deep Relief wins again!

Deep Relief Pain Relief Gel has picked up another reader award from pharmacists

Upper GI complaints: Gut reaction

Most people experience upper GI problems occasionally and their gut reaction will be to head to their local pharmacy

Dualtis backed by heart health campaign

The launch of Dualtis is being backed by a ‘Be Heart Wise’ campaign

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Ireland makes 'watch list' of medicines threatened by Brexit

The ‘watch list’ of medicines that could be affected by Brexit includes essential drugs such as radiotherapy...

NHS should be clear with pharmacists, says RPS chair

NHS policy makers should be clear with community pharmacists on their plans for the sector, Sandra Gidley told PM

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Light on detail, wide in scope – Long Term Plan a threat or an …

By Richard Thomas, editor, Pharmacy Magazine There is much in the NHS Long Term Plan that is encouraging. Plenty of men...

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Former DH director to head up CCA

Former Department of Health director general and NHS regional head John Bacon will be CCA chair

NICE backs pharmacy

NICE says community pharmacy needs embedding in NHS pathways – something the sector has been saying for years...

Drug use in the elderly

More integrated interventions are essential to tackle inappropriate prescribing and poor adherence in elderly patients



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