Few under 40s with diabetes receive recommended checks

Not enough younger people with diabetes are getting all the health checks they need to control their condition.

We crave calories, not sugar says research

The brain’s desire for calories dominates our cravings for sugar, rather than its sweetness, new research reveals.

LloydsPharmacy unveils new and improved website

LloydsPharmacy launches brand new website to provide an enhanced, customer-first online experience.

Deep Relief wins again

Deep Relief Pain Relief Gel has been named pharmacy pain relief product of the year for the third year running.

TM comes out on top!

Training Matters wins Best Support for the Pharmacy Team at this year’s Avicenna Media Awards.

NPA slams new DH “efficiencies” document

NPA chairman issues furious statement following the release of a new DH document about “efficiencies” in community pharmacy.

Vicks is back on TV

A new TV advertising campaign aims to encourage pharmacies to stock and recommend Vicks products.

Something for ‘U’

A new campaign encourages Brits to improve their health and ‘do something good for U’ in JanUary.

New test could predict dementia risk

Information gathered during routine GP appointments could be used to assess dementia risk, according to a new study.

OTC launch of Docusol

Typharm has announced the OTC launch of Docusol Paediatric Solution.

GSK to focus efforts on pharmacy

The new GSK Consumer Healthcare Business is redoubling its efforts for pharmacy and driving innovation in the OTC market.

Prepare for No Smoking Day

The British Heart Foundation is encouraging pharmacy teams to make the most of this year’s No Smoking Day.

Over 80 per cent of Brits unaware of exercise guidelines

One in 10 Brits admit to doing no physical activity in the last 10 years, according to a survey commissioned by the BHF.

PSNC demands clarification over cuts

PSNC demands further detail from NHSE about plans for community pharmacy before negotiations on the subject can begin.

Spotlight on COPD

PHE is highlighting the debilitating nature of COPD, as new data shows that over one million Brits are living with the condition.

‘Activity equivalent’ food labelling proposed

RSPH calls for the introduction of ‘activity equivalent’ calorie labelling on food and drink packaging.

Half of Brits deem themselves healthy

New research reveals half of Britons describe their health as good, with just 15 per cent admitting they're  unhealthy.

Does your team deserve a flu fighter award?

Nominations are now open for the 2016 annual Flu Fighter Awards.

Strict new alcohol guidelines revealed

Tough new guidance for alcohol consumption warns that drinking any level of alcohol poses a substantial risk to health.

PV wants pharmacy staff views on patient safety

PV launches patient safety survey to reveal the challenges faced by community pharmacy and develop appropriate solutions.

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