New research conducted by the R U OK? Foundation shows that more than 90 per cent of Australians feel they should ask friends who are struggling ‘are you ok?’, no matter how though the conversation. The annual R U OK? Day is taking place Thursday, 11th September and aims to inspire the nation to speak out and help their mates. ‘This ‘R U OK? Day, the foundation is encouraging Australians not only to start a conversation that counts with someone

National Asthma Awareness week runs from 1st – 7th September. During this week it is an ideal time to speak with your LiveLife pharmacist and assess your current medications or if you suspect you may have asthma. It’s important that your asthma is well managed so that you can live your life to the full and do all the activities you want to. The aim of asthma management is to achieve best control. Having ‘severe’ asthma means that it is

Dry July is a not-for-profit organisation determined to improve the lives of adults living with cancer through an online social community giving up alcohol for the month of July. Whether joining as a part of a team or as an individual, DJ’s (Dry.July.er [dee-jay] noun: a person pr team actively sponsored to participate in Dry July) take on the 31 days of July to raise funds and directly help adults living with cancer and their families to improve their quality

If you love being a pharmacist and are looking to make a change working in a more professionally satisfying role contact us at LiveLife! We are always seeking customer focussed pharmacists who want to deliver exceptional customer care within a great team environment. Pharmacist Expression of Interest – Click here for more details

Love people and want to work in an environment that celebrates our team CARING and connecting with our customers in order to give them the best service we can – get in touch today – there just might be an opening for you or check out our Careers page for any current positions available.

With the change in season it feels like everyone we meet has someone in their close family suffering from the sniffle of a cold – if you have the symptoms or if you are trying to avoid it come in and talk to a LiveLife Pharmacist today – caring and practical advice to help you get healthy and stay healthy “Life…Let us help you Live it!”  

New sunscreens listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) from 10 November 2012 will need to meet the 2012 Standard, which incorporates labelling with a rating of up to SPF 50+ and sets stringent requirements for the broad spectrum performance. Full information for consumers, retailers and industry on the new sunscreen standard has been published on the TGA website. Further details: Sunscreens: information for consumers