- June 24, 2013 | BY
Dr. Loyd Allen, editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding, on what exactly compounded drugs are and how they fit into the U.S. regulatory system.
- June 17, 2013 | BY
How an ancient creature protects us against deadly infections.
- June 10, 2013 | BY
An environmental monitoring program does not just detect the presence or absence of contamination. It should also establish the identity of microorganisms that are found.
- June 3, 2013 | BY
Doctors and patients simply trust that medicines are pure. This is how it should be. But the recent meningitis outbreak traced to contaminated vials of a steroid solution reveal a dangerous loophole in our system.
- May 28, 2013 | BY
Recent information indicates that 50% of elderly individuals in the US are osteoporotic and almost 20% of the population is either diabetic or prediabetic.
- May 21, 2013 | BY
In the last decade, the treatment of type 2 Diabetes has evolved with the identification of new therapeutic targets and a better understanding of the disease itself.
- May 13, 2013 | BY
Chronic hyperglycemia is associated with multiple end organ complications and fatty liver. Less often recognized is the long term effect of high glucose on the skeleton.
- May 8, 2013 | BY
If you have been following public health issues you have a pretty good appreciation for the world’s greatest public health problem: the epidemic of obesity-related diseases.
- April 23, 2013 | BY
Conserving animals through proper reduction strategies, while also protecting humans in the long run, can be a difficult balance. A strong commitment to 3Rs helps.
- April 16, 2013 | BY
We’re always looking for better ways to provide good welfare for animals in our care, but how do we always know environmental enrichments improve the welfare of animals?