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Scenario: Eating disorders

Kelly, the counter assistant, tells Parveen she is worried that a couple of teenage customers may have eating disorders...

From strength to strength

A pillar of the Golders Green community for more than 50 years, Warman Freed has undergone significant change and is stronger than ever.

Upper GI problems: Terms & conditions

It is important to correctly identify a particular upper GI problem in order to provide appropriate advice and treatment

Wound & scar management: Could do better

Dermatologists want community pharmacists and other healthcare professionals to provide better advice

The social side of Annual Conference.

The social side of Annual Conference is not to be underestimated and overlooked, read here about a first-time conference goers experience!  

Pharmacy: a way forward for public health

Public Health England has published a new strategy paper, ‘Pharmacy: a way forward for public health’

Pharmacist interventions improve diabetes adherence

A patient support programme has shown that pharmacist interventions can improve adherence to diabetes medication

Women’s health: When the storm clouds gather

Women may be far more engaged in their health than men but face changing health needs throughout their lives

Clinical briefing: Sexually transmitted superbug

Action is needed on Mycoplasma genitalium, which causes distressing symptoms in men, threatens fertility in women and could be on the verge of becoming an antibioticresistant superbug

Under the skin

Skin diseases can have a profound effect on quality of life, but pharmacy teams can support customers to manage their condition.

PAGB to explore on-pack guidance on fire safety

PAGB has commented on paraffin-based emollient use and fire risk following a BBC Five Live programme

Leaps and bounds

Elle Cobbett is enjoying every minute of her apprenticeship at Day Lewis and can’t wait to qualify as a pharmacy technician.

Flu jab cuts CV risk and death in type 2 diabetes

Flu vaccination seems to cut mortality by almost a quarter and reduce CV admissions in people with type 2 diabetes

Essential messages for summer travel

Patients may have misconceptions about the availability of medicines abroad – what people need to know before they travel

Judge rules not to proceed with GPhC standards case

A challenge against the GPhC relating to new Standards for Pharmacy Professionals will not proceed further, a judge has ruled

Scenario: Resistant hayfever

Adam May comes into the pharmacy with his mum. He is doing his GCSE exams but his hayfever is making it very hard to concentrate...

Confusion over treatments undermining osteoporosis care

Confusion over drugs for osteoporosis is leaving some people vulnerable to potentially preventable fragility fractures

The secret life of pets

Pets may be popular, but their owners aren’t always aware of what preventative treatments they need. By teaming up with local vets, pharmacies can improve the lives of pets, and help avoid problems for owners too.

Testing times

PHE’s Heart Age Test sparked debate when it launched in September. So is it a useful tool or will it cause more harm than good?

Animal magic

With April being ‘National Pet Month’, this is the ideal time to get the local independent pharmacy recognised as a pet health destination

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