World Parkinson’s Day

World Parkinson’s Day

Health Weeks


Currently there is no known cause of Parkinson’s or understanding of why some people develop Parkinson’s and not others. This is the reason Parkinson’s is often referred to as “Idiopathic (cause unknown) Parkinson’s.

There are many theories as to the causes of Parkinson’s and it is generally thought that multiple factors are responsible. 


Through research, our understanding of the possible causes of Parkinson’s is increasing all of the time. Areas of current research include: ageing, genes, environmental factors, chemical exposure and virus like structures called prions. 


Genetic, or hereditary, Parkinson’s where Parkinson’s is passed on from one generation to the next is rare, only a very small percentage of Parkinson’s may have a direct genetic cause. Read More >

Our Easter Hours

Our Easter Hours

Pharmacy news

Good Friday – CLOSED
Saturday 31st March – 9am to 6pm
Easter Sunday – CLOSED  (Berwick Pharmacy – 51 High Street – is open 9 am to 6 pm)
Easter Monday – 10am to 4pm

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It’s Jurlique Gift Time

It’s Jurlique Gift Time

Kiana Beauty Blog

It’s Jurlique Gift Time at Kiana Beauty Melbourne !!! 🎁

Receive your Jurlique Hydration Gift, valued at $136* when you spend $99 on Jurlique products, including two skincare products.

Gift contains two full-size Rose Moisture Plus skincare products, a sample size Activating Water Essence and the limited edition cosmetic pouch.

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Flu Vaccine 2018 – latest news

Flu Vaccine 2018 – latest news

Health & Wellness

 In an attempt to avoid a repeat of last year’s horror flu season, Health Minister Greg Hunt announced the Government would fund two new flu vaccines in 2018 to try to better protect the elderly.

While influenza affects people of all ages, infections among the elderly are more likely to require hospitalisation or cause serious complications such as pneumonia and heart attacks.

Of the 1,100 Australians who died last year from flu-related causes, 90 per cent were aged 65 and over.

The two free vaccines for over-65s work in different ways: FluZone High Dose is a high-dose version; Fluad adds an additional ingredient to boost its effectiveness. Read More >