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Flu still circulating but showing signs of stabilising, PHE says

New figures reveal that GP consultations have stabilised, hospitalisations have fallen by 7% and that intensive care admissions have fallen by 26%

Colds and flu – a valuable pharmacy service

The cold and flu market is an important one for community pharmacy, with the flu service exceeding expections

Flu service injects much needed resource

Finding out how many pharmacies are getting on with delivering flu injections for the first time this year

Cold and flu season?

P3 asks pharmacists how have they prepared for the cold and flu season?

Drive home coughs and cold messages

It’s time to make the most of the winter ailments season and ensure your customers are ready to deal with colds and flu

Offer national flu service despite GP tensions

PSNC will be working nationally to try to ease tensions between GPs and pharmacies over the national flu vaccination service.

Alphega Pharmacy trials throat infection swab scheme

Alphega's Caitlin Sorrell speaks about developments that are heading to the UK

Under attack: immunity & vitality

Help to reduce your customers’ chances of succumbing to viruses by following our top 10 tips

Treat your cough better

Community pharmacy needs to step in confidently this year, to convince more people to manage their cough and cold symptoms without visiting the GP first

Under attack from colds and flu

The numbers of patients prescribed antibiotics for winter ailments continues to rise,despite awareness campaigns

In need of a pick me up?

Some customers may be keen to build up their immunity before the winter months arrive  

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Little change in asthma care stats, says charity

Almost two thirds of the 5.4 million people living with asthma in the UK are not receiving basic levels of care, a repor...

Decriminalisation law due to come into effect in April

A legal defence against inadvertent dispensing errors is now closer to being signed into law, having been signed by the ...

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Why we can't continue to work harder and harder

Workload pressure isn't going to change, but how we work with it can, suggests Noel Wicks. The recent media spotli...

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PSNC: Scrapping OTC prescriptions will hit low-income families

Proposals to restrict NHS prescriptions for products available over the counter could hit those on low incomes, the PSNC...

LloydsPharmacy gets behind cancer diagnosis project

LloydsPharmacy is lending its support to a Manchester-based project that will help patients assess their cancer risk i...

Campaign encourages greater smear test awareness

As Cervical Cancer Prevention Week kicks off, research highlights that embarrassment is preventing too many women from a...