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Sore Throat

10 results found for: sore throat

Children's pain and fever

Pain and fever can cause much distress in children, pharmacy teams can be there to provide reassurance and expert advice.

Sore throat threat

RB is working to help tackle antimicrobial resistance with the launch of a new campaign which has an in-pharmacy focus. 

Sore throat

This Professional Assistant: Learn and Advise module is about sore throats, self care advice and OTC products that can help.

Sore throat service launches

LloydsPharmacy has launched a new nationwide sore throat service to identify Strep A throat infections and help to tackle antibiotic resistance. 

Sore throats

Sore throats are often caused by a viral infection, meaning antibiotics won't help. Watch this short video, sponsored by Difflam, to find out how you can advise customers and recommend OTC treatments.

Paracetamol not antibiotics for sore throat, says NICE

Paracetamol, rather than antibiotics or medicated lozenges should be recommended to alleviate sore throats, says new guidance developed by NICE and Public Health England.

Winter woes

As the seasons change, so will the type of advice and product recommendations that pharmacy teams offer to customers. To help, here is a round up some of the products that can help customers get through the winter months unscathed.

MAC is back

Sore throat brand MAC is re-launching in the UK with a revitalised offering of sore throat lozenges, manufacturer Ernest Jackson has announced.

Sore throat test for pharmacies gets mixed reaction

NHSE announces a new walk-in “sore throat test and treat” pharmacy service as one of eight health innovations to join the NHS Innovation Accelerator.

Patients still expect antibiotics for sore throats

Nearly half of UK adults have been prescribed antibiotics for a sore throat, according to new research from Ultra Chloraseptic.



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