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Survey reveals poor medicines use for headache & migraine

Survey reveals poor medicines use for headache & migraine

A survey commissioned by Nurofen has found that a significant proportion of headache and migraine sufferers do not take their medicine properly.   The study, conducted by the market research company OnePoll, polled 2,000 consumers and revealed that one in five believe if they wait un...

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features

The Big Interview: Norman Niven

The Big Interview: Norman Niven

Norman Niven believes pharmacists will deliver telehealth to people in their own homes. The pharmaceutical entrepreneur talks to Neil Trainis...     The hullabaloo of a busy coffee shop on a stretch of road in Southwark which eventually leads to the Old Vic theatre does noth

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business

Blog: The Conservatives have returned - God help us all!

Blog: The Conservatives have returned - God help us all!

Terry Maguire, Community pharmacist, Northern Ireland     The people have spoken; the Conservatives have returned and may God help us all! With no coalition to dilute the pursuit of a right-winged agenda, five years f

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showcase

Pharmacy students given crash course in pre-registration exam

Pharmacy students given crash course in pre-registration exam

Fifty students attended a pre-registration crash course at the Holiday Inn in Camden Lock where they were taught to prepare for the examination.   The event, organised by Leicester-based pharmacist Altaf Vaiya and his colleagues, attracted guest speakers such as Noma Al-Ahmad, the ma

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