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Region: Oceania
Category: Life Sciences

Oceania Life Sciences

(1038 reports matching your criteria)
  • Consumer Health in New Zealand

    ... nutrition. The natural health segment, particularly natural vitamins and supplements, including tonics, is increasing. A trend of consumers moving from a remedial approach to a preventive one has contributed to the faster growth in complementary ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Australia

    ... considered to be essential medical supplies for administering first aid in cases of scratches, grazes, minor cuts and wounds, most households and workplaces in Australia already have an adequate supply of wound care items and ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in New Zealand

    ... category in 2019, with consumers looking for quick fix methods to reduce the possibility of infection, especially from minor cuts and injuries. Euromonitor International's Dermatologicals in New Zealand report offers a comprehensive guide to the ... Read More

  • Wound Care in New Zealand

    ... during the forecast period. The increase in active lifestyle is expected to increase the likelihood of minor injuries and wounds that require immediate treatment. This is also expected to give rise to product innovation in ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Australia

    ... years old, with the baby boom generation comprising a high proportion of Australia’s overall population. In particular, strong growth is expected to be seen in the numbers of people aged 70 years and over during ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Australia

    ... consumer base. Many of Australian’s urban consumers are struggling under the pressures of increasingly busy lifestyles, longer working hours and more stressful social lives, with long commute times and rising levels of air pollution also ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Australia

    ... side-effects than standard OTC products based on synthetic chemical preparations. Consumer interest in herbal/traditional products is set to continue building over the forecast period and this is mainly due the shift towards a more holistic ... Read More

  • Analgesics in New Zealand

    ... to increasing demand for analgesics, there was a nationwide shortage of 500mg paracetamol tablet blister packs towards the end of 2017, causing inconvenience for pharmacies and consumers all over New Zealand. Some pharmacies, as a ... Read More

  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in New Zealand

    ... for all population groups. Key deliverables include developing product safety standards for smokeless tobacco products, which will enable consumers to move from cigarettes to vaping products. Improved quitting rates are expected by the Ministry of ... Read More

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

    ... seen during the review period. Categories including pharyngeal preparations, combination products and paediatric allergy remedies continue to perform well. Growth has been driven by long flu and hay fever seasons in 2019. Such complaints are ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Australia

    ... although on a much smaller scale. With further reclassifications expected for codeine-containing OTC products in 2019, sales of combination products - analgesics are likely to remain under pressure during the early stages of the forecast ... Read More

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

    ... country, particularly during the first half of the year. By April 2019, more than 10,000 people in Australia had been diagnosed with the flu since the start of the year. This is far higher than ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Australia

    ... levels of maturity in the category is that there has been only limited product innovation in recent years, with value sales growth largely driven by population growth. One dermatologicals category driving overall growth in demand ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Australia

    ... in response to growing concerns over alleged unethical behaviour by health practitioners and the need for additional guidance for medical practitioners to support safe practice and ensure safeguards for patients. This follows the Government’s removal ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in New Zealand

    ... the mainstream dietary supplement category with many new product offerings. Go Healthy, for example, introduced a new turmeric range, with Go Turmeric, Go Turmeric Sports Active and Go Turmeric for Joints. Blackmores launched a new ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in New Zealand

    ... especially fast food, is driving demand for digestive remedies. Having said that, gut health is also becoming increasingly important in New Zealand, and this is apparent in the increasing demand for products with ginger, turmeric ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in New Zealand

    ... new turmeric range, with combinations including Turmeric Gut Relief, Turmeric and Glucosamine, and Go Turmeric 16,000 and 30,000 plus one day capsules. Since herbal supplements do not have the same quality controls and safety as ... Read More

  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in Australia

    ... users to quit smoking. September 2019 saw a further 12.5% increase in tobacco excise, the third year in a row that this annual tax increase has been implemented, with a further 12.5% increase slated for ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Australia

    ... support childhood growth and development. Increasing numbers of Australian parents are looking to supplement their child’s diet with vitamins and dietary supplements as this is perceived as the idea way to give children an advantage ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in New Zealand

    ... for children to support eye health, given the increased time spent looking at digital device screens. Similarly, Caruso’s introduced Kids Blue Light Eye Protect for visual development. Eye health with protection from blue light has ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Australia

    ... However, in recent years it has been the increasing use of technology playing the biggest role in the rising prevalence of sleep disturbance, with increased screen time on mobile devices blamed for the sleep issues ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in New Zealand

    ... related to sleep, stress or anxiety – has become a priority for many consumers in New Zealand. This has led to a rise in demand for ingredients such as valerian root and magnesium that not ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Australia

    ... a negative impact on sales of vitamins as new requirements for daigou shoppers have deterred many of these crucial consumers from operating in the country. Daigou shopping emerged as a major trend in Australia in ... Read More

  • Vitamins in New Zealand

    ... Ministry of Health, 5% of New Zealanders are deficient in vitamin D, which is predicted to increase demand for single vitamins, including vitamin D, and multivitamins as well. Vitamin C has also seen growth, especially ... Read More

  • New Zealand Medical Devices Q4 2019

    ... extra funding for healthcare in the FY2019/20 budget, heavy reliance on medicaldevice imports and the growing domestic production sector. However, the District Health Boards' focus on cost efficiency and astronger policy on medical device reimbursement ... Read More

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