Women's Health

133 results found for: Women's health

Decision time

At the start of a new year, independents nationwide need to show their resolve even more than ever, says Mukesh Lad.

Off to a healthy start

Hina Prajapati, Numark’s pharmacy services facilitator, outlines what you need to get HLP Level 1 accreditiation.

Testicular cancer app launched

Each month a celebrity will encourage users to check themselves, this will be done through a video on the app.

In for a dry spell

With the UK skincare category now making over £1bn (Kantar Worldpanel data), it’s time for pharmacies to brave the winter elements.

The low-down on upper GI conditions

Charles Gladwin reviews NICE guidelines on dyspespia, gastro-oesophageal reflux disorder (GORD) and peptic ulcers  

Viagra moves from POM to P

The decision was made following a reassuring assessment of the safety of  Viagra Connect.

Research shines light on importance of health literacy

Patients with limited health literacy have poorer health and are more likely to die early.

Numark expands services support packs

New service support packs cover cholesterol screening, weight management and alcohol intervention.

Enamel health webinar: you're invited

Sensodyne Pronamel’s online panel discussion qualifies for 1 hour verified CPD.


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UK heads obesity league in Western Europe

Britain is the most overweight nation in Western Europe.

Winning hearts and minds in Brighton

Dilip Joshi was on the NPA’s award winning stand at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton at the conclusion of another eventful month.

Man of the match

Steve Ainsworth uncovers the high street chemist who made it possible for the world to do away with the need for flints and tinder.

TENA updates pelvic floor fitness app

The updated app now features tutorial videos.

Safe and sound

Richard Hough discusses the consultation on the regulation of unregistered pharmacy staff.  

Bodyform aims to break "period taboo"

The #bloodnormal film portrays a series of true-to-life references to periods.

High rates of depression found in teenage girls

The research, published with the National Children’s Bureau, also investigated links between depressive symptoms and family income.

A matter of tact: Vaginal candidiasis

Vaginal candidiasis, or thrush, can be an embarrassing subject to address. Here, Alan Nathan advises on the causes and treatments of this common, yet easily treated, condition

At the service of a Highland community

Fiona Johnston was last year’s winner of the Key Staff Award in the Independent Pharmacy Awards. Douglas Simpson headed north to find out more about her.

Concern over lack of support for migraine sufferers

In a new survey, 64% of UK adults believe employers don’t understand very much about the nature of migraine.

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