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Survey finds 2 in 3 youths who consume legal highs will ignore future ban

25th May 2016 17:04

A recent survey by a national youth charity, YMCA, has discovered that approximately 2 in 3 young people who actively take legal highs will ignore the incoming future ban on legal highs. The charity’s research revealed that the upcoming ban would not… Read more...


Just 10 per cent of men in Britain would use a male contraceptive, survey finds

19th April 2016 15:36

According to a recent survey, just 10 per cent of men would use a male contraceptive, with many men concerned about the long term effects it could have. The research comes in the wake of news that a non-hormonal male contraceptive, Vasagel, is expected to… Read more...


Survey finds reputation of pharma is improving

17th March 2016 15:14

According to a recent pharmaceutical survey, the sector is enjoying an increase in popularity as a result of efforts to create an approach focussed on patients. The annual survey revealed that approximately 45 per cent of the patient groups who were polled… Read more...


Survey reveals 20 per cent of UK individuals have misused over the counter drugs

16th February 2016 16:58

A recent pharmaceutical survey found that around 20 per cent of Britain’s population have misused over the counter drugs at some point in their life. The misuse was mainly via using the medication longer than advised, taking it in a higher dose or using… Read more...


Survey reveals many have substituted prescriptions for cannabis

28th January 2016 10:34

A recent survey by the Centre for Addictions Research of BC, in Canada, has revealed that many people have replaced prescription medicine for marijuana. The pharmaceutical and alcohol industries – which are hugely powerful influences in Washington –… Read more...


Pharma research finds correlation between antibiotic prescriptions, patient satisfaction

4th January 2016 12:39

According to research by King’s College London, there is a correlation between the amount of prescriptions issued for antibiotics and patient satisfaction scores, with the GPs prescribing less antibiotics receiving lower patient satisfaction scores.… Read more...


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