Focus on eye health

More than half of sight loss cases could be prevented and pharmacies could play a wider role in helping to raise awareness

Hear and now

With record numbers of people being diagnosed with hearing loss, pharmacists are in an ideal position to help and advise.

Baby talk...

Some women sail through their pregnancy with no problems at all, while others suffer a range of health problems

Oral health: stop the rot

Lots of children in England don’t visit a dentist each year, and the rate of dental decay in young children remains high.

What to expect when expecting

Pregnancy is the ideal time for pharmacy teams to develop a long-term relationship with parents.

Trends towards health and wellness

The trend towards healthy living presents pharmacy with an ideal opportunity to engage with customers

Stub it out

It can take three or more attempts to successfully quit smoking.

Pharmacists urged to help people get ready for No Smoking Day

The BHF is encouraging pharmacy staff to use to use No Smoking Day as an opportunity.

Consultation rooms: it’s good to talk

Are some people still being shy when it comes to talking about embarrassing conditions? 

Changing times

Pregnancy can trigger many changes in a woman’s body. The pharmacy team can be on hand to advise on how to manage them.

Feeding time

Around half of all babies experience some kind of feeding problem during their first year, but pharmacy is on hand to help.

Teething problems

In the first year of a baby’s life, a number of health concerns will occur and pharmacy will often be a parent’s first port of call.

Pharmacy must reach incontinence sufferers

The incontinence market is enjoying growth, but still many sufferers delay or avoid seeking help for this common problem

Time to man up

Looking at the common threats to men’s health and how pharmacy staff can help

Advising on skin conditions

Customers will welcome expert advice on skin conditions from dry skin and eczema to acne, psoriasis and sensitive skin

Healthy habits

Good lifestyle habits learnt from an early age can set children down a healthy path that they can continue to adulthood

Pregnancy & baby care: Sweet dreams

It is always a relief to know that mother and baby are both doing well – but this isn't always the case

All not lost for babycare

There are things that you can do to start to grow the category, says one infant feeding brand. You may want to look at the area again

An urgent issue

Pharmacy is ideally placed to advise and recommend incontinence products, especially with NHS budgets squeezed.  

Health education for school term

Term is starting again soon and this will trigger child health questions in the pharmacy
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