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Region: Africa
Category: Life Sciences

Africa Life Sciences

(707 reports matching your criteria)
  • Dermatologicals in Cameroon

    ... both. Cameroon’s hot and humid climate resulted in skin infections caused by various bacteria and fungi, making consumers reach for dermatological solutions. Concerns that environmental pollution and multiple chemicals could cause or exacerbate sensitive and ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Kenya

    ... on serious nappy (diaper) rash treatments, as Kenyan parents remain fairly cautious regarding the medical treatment associated with young babies, with sales of nappy (diaper) rash treatments remaining positive but negligible. Sales of antiparasitics/lice (head ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Morocco

    ... rising in Morocco. Consumers research products and have become increasingly knowledgeable, although they still retain a desire to check with experts prior to making any purchases. Consumers tend to trust doctors’ recommendations and will therefore ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Morocco

    ... and online stores. With the changing lifestyles of some households and their improved incomes, sales of dietary supplements have increased, especially for women, as they are keen to look good by taking care of their ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Nigeria

    ... networking. Thus this is one of the major factors that helps its popularity because greater awareness is achieved via door-to-door education and selling. With this networking approach, the masses get to know the importance, efficacy ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Cameroon

    ... to casual labourers as well as working middle- and lower-income consumers in urban residential areas. The preparation standards and quality of food have a reputation of giving customers upset stomachs and unwanted side-effects, boosting sales ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Kenya

    ... popular digestive remedies such as indigestion and heartburn, particularly antacids which help to neutralise stomach acid, supported by the ageing population as this demographic is highly vulnerable to peptic ulcers and digestive disorders. Growth for ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Morocco

    ... becoming increasingly unhealthy. The hectic lifestyles of Moroccans, with long working hours and increasing stress levels in the workplace, in schools or even at home are resulting in irregular eating habits and poor diets, and ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Morocco

    ... retailing has a modest share and some ophthalmologists offer free samples to their patients. While some eye products are performing better than others, for example allergy eye care was slightly more dynamic than standard eye ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Cameroon

    ... and pains, or taken in combination with malaria treatments. As a result, analgesics that combine different active ingredients are popular among many consumers. However, in 2018 some analgesics came under greater regulatory scrutiny due to ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Morocco

    ... child has a health problem, they are likely to visit their paediatrician. In addition, parents research a great deal on the internet, becoming better informed about products and engaging in discussions with their paediatricians to ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Morocco

    ... whenever an illness arises. With improving disposable incomes in certain consumers segments and the development of health insurance and Medicare for some, Moroccans are becoming more likely to visit their doctor. This has played a ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Nigeria

    ... hours or performing jobs that are unfit for their health, but because of the economic situation in the country, many do it for survival. Euromonitor International's Analgesics in Nigeria report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Cameroon

    ... health, underneath leader analgesics. It continued to record robust current value sales growth, thanks to the frequent incidences of colds, coughs, allergies and sore throats among local consumers. These arose from seasonal changes, alternating wet ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Kenya

    ... as part of a focus on leading healthier lifestyles. This approach is in part due to the wish to avoid the cost of medical care in the country; instead of paying for consultation fees, consumers ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Nigeria

    ... for the government to contain these costs, local manufacturers are expected to continue taking a larger share of total pharmaceutical spend in Nigeria, and increased acceptance of generic drugs by patients and healthcare professionals will ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Morocco

    ... use of vitamins is growing in line with Moroccans’ hectic lifestyles and poor eating habits, but also the increasing health consciousness of some segments of consumers. Leading players are striving to respond to the strong ... Read More

  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in Morocco

    ... the end of the review period, and not seeing particularly strong growth in 2019. The products are still suffering from a lack of advertising and marketing campaigns to promote them in Morocco. In addition, there ... Read More

  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in Nigeria

    ... the country via pharmacies without a prescription, while some hospitals also offer smoking cessation support. Euromonitor International's NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in Nigeria report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Nigeria

    ... industry in terms of educating and creating awareness among the public about the importance of vitamins to the body. It is estimated that 75% of the Nigerian population does not take the vitamins that the ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Morocco

    ... care products are mainly sold through chemists/pharmacies, although other channels distributing these products include drugstores/parapharmacies, hypermarkets and internet retailing. Over the forecast period, wound care in Morocco is expected to continue growing. National as well ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Morocco

    ... group is dealing with the strains of modern life. The busy work schedule of working adults, the unlimited chores of parents and the homework loads of students are major drivers behind the increasing rate of ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Nigeria

    ... just a small cut; they demand these products as they serve as first and easy treatments for emergencies before taking victims to the nearest chemists, pharmacies or hospitals for proper medications. Companies that are into ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Kenya

    ... global brands to address a range of ailments. However, affordability is a huge problem for lower-income consumers who do not always have access to expensive healthcare and for whom many consumer health products are out ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Kenya

    ... areas. Traditional healers respond to diverse needs such as working as herbalists, and birth attendants and are within reach of most Kenyans, filling gaps in the health care system. However, with increasing urbanisation in the ... Read More

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