Common conditions and red flags for digestive issues in review
The average person gets up to two headaches a week. But what do they do about it, and how can you help.
Nearly 15 million people in the UK suffer from musculoskeletal pain. Many of them head to their local pharmacy...
With restrictions on prescribing for minor conditions, many are being directed to their pharmacy for treatment and advice.
Make your pharmacy a one-stop shop for hayfever sufferers this Spring
Its not just noses and throats that prompt customers to visit a pharmacy in the winter months. Ears and sinuses can be just as problematic.
With the festive season fast approaching, now is the time to promote digestive health
Offering good advice, stocking effective products, and not forgetting marketing, can help build your skincare category
How pharmacy teams can be ready to meet the range of customers’ foot and leg care needs
An ageing population is increasing pressure on secondary care eye services, leaving gaps in provision for primary care. Where can pharmacy help?
How community pharmacy can support customers to learn more about their gastrointestinal problems and improve the performance of the category in-store
One recent survey revealed that the number of people in the UK living with osteoarthritis looks set to double – to more than 17 million sufferers – by 2030. What can pharmacy do more of?
Women are facing many challenges in their lives when they come to you for advice. How ready are you to help them deal with their health concerns?
Where are the main opportunities to improve the oral health category?
Consumers need to be aware of – and not ignore – conditions that affect their feet and legs
The end of winter is when energy levels can plummet following a run of colds and viruses
Half the adult population suffers from headaches or migraines, but are they getting the advice they need?
The hair and scalp care market is set for growth. Are you ready with products and advice?
10 million Britons suffer with pain almost every day, affecting their ability to work. Would a formal pain service in pharmacy be a good idea?
With record numbers of people being diagnosed with hearing loss, pharmacists are in an ideal position to help and advise.