Health Canada lays down thorough labelling guidelines for pharmaceutical products, so here’s a helpful guide for those in quality control courses.
The complexities of the brain are staggering, so grads of clinical research courses are excited about a new link between magnets and memory recovery.
Protein shakes are a common fixture in the modern gym kitbag, so let’s take a look the bodily impact of supplements in health and sport training.
One of cannabis’s many chemicals has been credited with reducing epileptic seizures. What does it mean for pros with medical cannabis certification training?
Why Post-Approval Activities Are So Important: An Overview for Students in Quality Assurance CoursesApril 24, 2018
Post-approval activities have become an important concern for pharmaceutical firms. See how your quality assurance training fits in!
For those with IBS, symptoms can be very uncomfortable. Here are some of the ways you may be able to help once you’ve earned a nutritionist certificate.
As many as 5.6 million prescriptions for sleeping pills are filled each year in Canada. Here’s a closer look at the fascinating history behind this medication.
When most people think of tasty snacks, six legs and antennae probably aren’t at the top of the list of qualities they have in mind. Using insects as ingredients in…
3 Things Students in Quality Assurance Training Need to Know About the FDA’s Quality Testing StandardsMarch 27, 2018
The Food and Drug Administration’s quality testing for approved drugs can be intricate. However, grads of quality assurance courses know it’s important.