Interesting Articles
BioJobs: So You Think You Want to Be a Regulatory Affairs Professional?
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Cliffprf Mintz
Regulatory affairs professionals RAP are by far some of the most important employees at pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices companies. Without RAPs, the requisite regulatory documents would not be filed and new drugs and devices would not be approved for m... Read More
Rebecca Riley: Tragic Death of a Four-Year-Old From Multiple Psychotropic Medications
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Doug Bremner
Rebecca Riley is a 4-year-old from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who was found dead at the foot of her parents bed, covered by only a blanket, in 2007. Rebecca had been diagnosed with ADHD and bipolar disorder since the age of 2 and treated with Seroquel quetiapine,... Read More
Yet Another Positive Study for Chiropractic Care!
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Matt Bellinger
Recent June 2010 survey review in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine shows chiropractic to be a great help for low back pain. Seventy-four of the surveyees used chiropractic for back pain and 66 reported significant benefit. The analysis looked at six ... Read More
Stop Looking for the "Gentleman's C" of Exercise
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
Interesting New York Times piece on a new interest in "sarcopenia" among the elderly and inactive With interest high among the aging, the market potential for maintaining and rebuilding muscle mass seems boundless. Drug companies already are trying to develop ... Read More
BioEducation: Vaccines, Drugs and Risk
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Cliffprf Mintz
Despite a court ruling last week that dismissed the bogus link between vaccination and autism, I continue to receive comments from so-called non-vaccinators about a post that I published last week about New Jerseys dismal vaccinations rates. Most of the comments are ane... Read More
Evening walks.
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Stephen Gaudet
Heading out for the evening walk. A while back I wrote about some of the night walks we were doing . Well, my partner Douglas liked those night time walks so much , that about 3 weeks ago we started doing something similar on a nightly basis. No, Im not trying to turn D... Read More
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Judy Barnes Baker
You have probably read about the Foster study by now. It has gotten a lot of press coverage and most of the headlines mention that it shows that a low-carb diet is good for the heart. We should all rejoice that that message is finally getting out. The improvements in bl... Read More
Today is Overdose Awareness Day
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Dirk Hanson
Annual global day of action coordinated by Red Cross.According to the most recent figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, more than 26,000 Americans die needlessly, pointlessly, from accidental drug overdoses. For example, in San Francisco, ther... Read More
Pharma Giles, a literary genius!
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
Imagepharmagiles.blogspot.comI've long been an admirer of the work of Pharma Giles, even the name has me guffawing.His latest offering is one of sheer genius. For those who don't know about the woman who put the cat in the bin story, give yourselves a refresher before y... Read More
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