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Diarrhoea

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Lower gastrointestinal health

Many issues can affect the gastrointestinal tract and pharmacy teams should be ready to deal with questions on a range of symptoms.

10 minute clinic: diarrhoea

This handy 10-minute clinic is a quick reference guide to help you when advising customers with diarrhoea.

Ins and outs of digestion

Digestive health problems are common for many people, so pharmacy teams have plenty of opportunities to help.

Surviving seasonal ailments

The festive season is upon us, so refresh your knowledge of common complaints with this seasonal ailments acrostic.

Acute diarrhoea: effective symptom management

This module busts the myths surrounding diarrhoea treatments and explores the products available OTC so you can recommend the right treatment.

Something serious?

It’s not easy for everyone to admit to bowel health problems, but some are more serious than others and early advice from the pharmacy team could prove to be lifesaving.

Baby on board

Pharmacy teams can help parents care for their baby and be there to spot when things may be more serious.

Push the bloat out

Digestive issues are common and while they can be uncomfortable, many are easily treated using self care and OTC remedies. 

Lower gastrointestinal health

The gastrointestinal tract is suceptible to a variety of conditions, pharmacy teams can be on hand to support customers suffering.

Burning questions

There are solutions to manage and prevent gut complaints, seeking advice early gives the best chance of successful treatment.

Bring it all back

J Collis Browne’s Mixture is now back in stock, manufacturer Thornton & Ross has announced.

Don’t suffer in silence

Dioralyte is back on TV screens as part of a £1.4 million campaign to drive product trial and encourage purchase in advance of the key summer sales period.

A sensitive matter

Problems with digestion and the bowel are often ignored or overlooked, but early diagnosis can be crucial.



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