Archive for August 2018

Non-Approval of Drugs: A Helpful Explainer Before Studying for Regulatory Affairs Certification

The review of prescription and non-prescription drugs authorized is a long and intricate process, from research and development to clinical trial to ending up on the shelves of local pharmacies. Often, due to a variety of reasons, many drugs do not make it to market, and fail to be approved for public use. Here are some aspects of the regulatory process students interested in regulatory affairs should know. Therapeutic Value and Product Effectiveness The effectiveness of a drug allows it to pass clinical trials. Its success relies upon its therapeutic value, or how efficient the drug is at treating the.. READ MORE »

Discover the Clinical Research Trial that Could Pave the Way to a Cancer-Preventing Vaccine

According to the World Health Organization, cancer is a leading cause of death in countries all over the world. In 2012, over 14 million people worldwide were diagnosed with cancer. In addition, these rates are only expected to rise, as current projections estimate an increase of 68 per cent by 2030. Here in Canada, an average of 221 people die every day from cancer. Although there are efficient means of treatment which restrict and limit new growth, there is no current cure or completely preventative therapy. New research, however, indicates a possible breakthrough involving a universal vaccine. What to Know.. READ MORE »

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Student Success Story!

Sharing these success stories makes us proud to know we have be able to help change lives. Coming to AAPS was the BEST DECISION OF MY LIFE. Is there any words stronger than “THANK YOU” that I can use to express my deepest gratitude to the staff of AAPS? This is what I feel towards each and every one of you, and that before my graduation I found my dream job. It was your enormous help to not only give me the skills I needed but often the one on one guidance which made me feel like I was the.. READ MORE »

What to Know about WADA’s Role in Modern Sports Ahead of Nutrition and Health Training

The margins at the top of competitive sports are consistently becoming finer and athletes are always searching for ways to gain an advantage. This may mean developing new athletic techniques, using new equipment, or devising new training regimes, but illegal means are also being used as a shortcut to success. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has a global remit to identify and eliminate the use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs), and create a level playing field in the process. WADA guidelines are complex and evolving, so they should be constantly monitored by nutrition and health experts involved in sports performance.. READ MORE »

Moon Milk: The Sleeping Aid That’s Making Students in Food Safety Training Curious

There’s been no shortage of fun food trends over the last few years. Unicorn frappes, mermaid food, and other beautiful and tasty options have taken over social media platforms. Now people from all over the world swear by the rumoured sleep-inducing properties of Moon Milk, a simple drink that combines milk and herbal supplements and spices. Everyone has their own unique recipe, which many like to showcase on social media platforms such as Pinterest. Are you an ambitious student with a desire to carve out a career for yourself in the food industry? Here is a comprehensive guide on this.. READ MORE »