Archive for January, 2009
Pharmaceutical and medical device companies who want to protect themselves against litigation can now take a course offered by a former U.S. prosecutor.
RFID technology is being implemented without proper oversight or control, according to Washington representative Jeff Morris.
The move to increase the security standards on state-issued drivers’ licenses and identification cards is hitting numerous roadblocks, according to a report by Newsmax.
It may boggle the mind, but the adult entertainment industry has become the latest sector to ask the government for money to stay afloat.
New reports about a Beijing woman who died of avian influenza may raise fresh fears about a possible resurgence of the disease, which peaked in 2006.
The calcium wave is a stream of calcium ions coming into a cell, and it sends signals to key players in the immune response. For several years, I had an infection that the doctors could not get rid of, but to me, the calcium wave proved to be nothing short of a miracle. Find out why when you read this article…
Worries about the safety of prescription drugs have played a part in reducing customer demand for medications, according to a new report.
As Americans change their driving habits, the federal government has seen a shortfall in the revenue collected from fuel taxes.