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As the prevalence of young stroke continues to rise, it’s time to revaluate perceptions of the condition.

Conversations about Crohn’s

Inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s are invisible disabilities that can have hugely negative impacts on many sufferers’ lives. 

Planning for health

How does the NHS Long Term Plan fit with calls for greater investment in self care – and what role can community pharmacy play?

A sweet solution?

Chocolate may be classed as a guilty pleasure, but research suggests it has the potential to do good rather than just harm.

The ABC of CVD

A new coalition led by PHE and NHS England aims to educate the public on the A-B-C conditions.

The right to smile

With the help of the National Smile Month, pharmacy teams are in the perfect position to help educate families.

Understanding learning disabilities

With 1.4 million people in the UK living with a learning disability, pharmacy staff need to understand the issues affecting them.

A pint of O neg, stat!

Pharmacy staff have an important role in raising awareness of the importance of blood donation.

Mind and body

With the help of the upcoming Mental Health Awareness Week, pharmacies can offer support and raise awareness.

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.

Understanding epilepsy

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

Fibre under the microscope

A recent study says fibre offers vital protection against potentially fatal health conditions. How can pharmacy teams help?

Inconvenient truths

The Health Survey for England highlights unhealthy behaviours, pharmacy teams can help people make a positive change.

Protection is pivotal

Every four minutes, a young person in England is diagnosed with an STI, pharmacy teams can help reduce the incidence.

Banish the booze

Some 4.2 million people are projected to ditch the booze for Dry January in 2019 to save money and to improve their health.

Child health goals

England is falling behind in Europe on markers for child health, what can pharmacy do to help reverse this decline?

The white stuff

Overall, the sugar tax is likely to be good for the nation’s health, but it may prompt queries from those living with diabetes.

Self care: a year round mission

Self care is the topic of the moment and pharmacies can help protect the health of their communities.

#RockTheRibbon

Huge progress has been made in the fight against AIDS, but as World AIDS Day approaches, stigma remains a challenge.

Antidepressant prescribing on the rise

The prescribing rate of antidepressants is rising. But does this demonstrate an epidemic of misuse or a sign of good care?

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