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Understanding the impact of dry skin conditions

Learn about the emotional impact of dry and eczema-prone skin, and confidently recommend products for skin treatment and maintenance.

Taking it home

Women in the UK will be able to conduct self-tests for human papillomavirus (HPV) as part of a pilot scheme.

Managing dry skin and eczema

An estimated 15 million people in the UK are living with eczema, pharmacy teams can provide advice to help manage this common skin condition.

No smoke, no fire

The increased growth of largely unregulated e-cigarettes has not been associated with the uptake in smoking among teenagers.

Pharmacy's role in sexual health

PHE demonstrates the valuable role of pharmacy in providing sexual health, reproductive health and HIV services.

Travellers' checks

Whether pharmacy teams run a travel clinic or not, they are ideally placed to help customers prepare for a healthy holiday. 

Getting to grips with cannabis-based medicines

Here's a round up of questions concerning the switch of cannabis-based medicinal products to Schedule 2.

Tackling type 2

Some 17,000 people across the UK have now completed the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme.

Last chance to enter RoE 2019!

It is your last to chance to enter the Recognition of Excellence Awards 2019! Entry deadline extended to 14 April.

Mental health support ramps up

New and expectant mothers across the UK now have access to specialist mental health care in the area they live, says the NHS.

Greener pastures

NICE highlights that some inhalers have high carbon footprints and encourages the use of environmentally friendly versions.

Winning in Port Talbot

The Port Talbot branch of LloydsPharmacy was named Pharmacy of the Year at the company’s annual awards event.

Update: Health secretary to speak at NPA and CIG conference

Matt Hancock has been confirmed as headline speaker at the NPA conference in June, along with NHS England's Ed Waller.

Back to black

TENA has launched a new all-black, low-waisted underwear as part of its Silhouette collection.

Syndol returns

Sanofi announces the return of the original formulation Syndol Tablets for short-term tension headache and migraine relief.

Market monitor: March

Product updates from Training Matters.

Helping others learn: part two

This module will consider two types of teaching session in the workplace: those planned and those on an ad hoc basis.

CPPE on... leadership

CPPE has released the latest cohorts of its ‘Leading for change’ programme for pharmacy professionals looking to develop their leadership skills.

Understanding epilepsy

Over 85 people are diagnosed with epilepsy every day in the UK, pharmacy teams should be aware of this condition.

Tackling headache in the pharmacy

Find out more about combination pain relief in the pharmacy and how different ingredients work to relieve pain.

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