November 2016

Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Pros Rejoice: A New Alzheimer’s Drug May Slow Mental Decline

It is estimated by the Alzheimer Society of Canada that about 564,000 Canadians will suffer from dementia in 2016. Medical professionals will diagnose an additional 25,000 cases every single year,…
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Student Success Story!

Sharing these success stories makes us proud to know we have be able to help change lives. “Just wanted to thank everyone for the immense support and education that I…
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Pros with a Diploma in Nutrition Know: BMI Findings May Be Inaccurate

People with different lifestyles, body fat percentages, and health habits may show the exact same body mass index (BMI) rating. This perplexing phenomena is one of the main reasons why…
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Student Success Story!

Sharing these success stories makes us proud to know we have be able to help change lives. Good news, I received two offers, one from Medical Writing Dept as Archivist…
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Adverse Effects VS Adverse Drug Reactions: 3 Differences for Students in Clinical Research Training

New drugs are developed, tested, processed, marketed, and then eventually released to the public every year. During their rigorous testing process, side effects arise in clinical trial patients and are…
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What Students in Food Safety Programs Can Learn From the 3 Biggest Food Safety Incidents

As an aspiring food safety professional you will play an important role in ensuring that the food in fridges and pantries across the country—and even around the world—is safe to…
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A Closer Look at Canada’s Thriving Medical Device Market for Pros in Regulatory Affairs

In hospitals and doctors’ offices, drugs aren’t the only things responsible for helping patients heal and feel better. Medical devices are a huge category of medical care tools that often…
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