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HouseCall offers a convenient online GP service that puts you in touch with an experienced doctor, when and where it suits you.
Getting your flu vaccine is one of the best things you can do to help stay well through the flu season. Flu can be anywhere and is easily spread through talking, coughing and sneezing. Your best protection from the flu is getting the vaccine.
We offer a digital photo service that ensures you have photos that meet your online or postal passport requirements. Our teams have been trained to ensure your passport photos adhere to New Zealand Government regulations.
Our Pharmacy teams have been providing Ear Piercing services for many years and are required to complete appropriate training, so you can feel confident your piercing is being completed in a hygienic and safe environment.
Getting a snapshot of your health can be done at your local Pharmacy. Our teams are well trained to provide a Vitality Health Check via a number of tests.
Feel like you’re on an emotional roller coaster? Having hot flushes even when it’s cold? Irregular periods driving you crazy? We asked our Pharmacist for some hot tips on how manage menopause.
We use it a few times a day so keeping your bladder healthy is important. What happens if you get a few issues?
Feeling exhausted even though you're fit? It could be a lack of iron. We ask our Pharmacist a few questions about the essential mineral - Iron!
Pharmacist Martin Harris from Unichem Massey Pharmacy explains how to arm yourself against colds and flu this winter.
If you’re starting to sniffle and sneeze, have a look at our handy table to get an idea whether it’s a cold or hayfever.
If you’re planning an overseas trip, have a look at this simple guide for peace-of-mind before you go.
Did you know that makeup, like food, has an expiry date? Find out how to determine that date and more healthy makeup tips.
Choosing pain relief may seem simple, but you want to BE SURE you’re getting the right medicine for your specific pain.