The following articles have the tag medicines
A pharmacist shares his top tips and gadgets to ensure safe travel with medications.
Two reports identify opioid abuse and antibiotic misuse as critical threats.
Carrying common over-the-counter medicines could land you in jail overseas.
Is your medication on the new list of less expensive prescription drugs?
Many older people taking low-dose aspirin may be doing themselves harm.
Over three quarters of overdose deaths last year involved pharmaceutical opioids.
The cost of codeine has doubled, hurting the hip pockets of chronic pain sufferers.
Mixing medicines can be a recipe for disaster. Here are seven things to look out ...
A new wonder drug is being hailed as the new dawn in heart treatment.
The Federal Government announces real-time medicine monitor to police pharmacies.
New research has found that many Australians make this mistake with medicines.
If you’re planning to travel overseas with medicines, learn the steps you need to take.
Only six out of 10 Australians opt for generic medicine.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories are available over the counter, but they may be unsafe.
Superbugs are a global health crisis killing hundreds of thousands each year.
New study reveals surprising results about the treatment of delirium.
Could natural remedies and prescribed medicines taken together be harmful?
When taking antibiotics it’s common to be told not to consume alcohol.
PBS changes mean you could save $20 the next time you visit the pharmacy.
A new use for aspirin seems to pop up daily. So, should you be taking ...
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