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Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Importance Of Taking Good Care Of Your Duct Work

From an oval duct to spiral ducts, the ducts in your heating and cooling systems are far more important than you might realize. After all, very many of us here in the United States live in climates with four full seasons, ranging from scorching summers to freezing winters. These brutal patterns of weather cause many of us to rely on heating and cooling systems both – and keeping care of these systems is of the utmost importance if we are looking to stay safe – as well as comfortable – during the periods of severe weather that we are likely to experience at some point in our lives if we live here in the United States. In fact, it is often illegal for apartments in many cities to be without heating services and systems. And now more than two thirds – far more than half – of all households all throughout the entire country of the United States have some kind of air conditioning, be i (more…)

Jul 17 2018

Phase 3 Clinical Trial The Facts

Have you ever wondered how new drug products are tested and then put out on the market? Have you ever wondered who tests these drugs to make sure they are safe for public consumption? Well, all of your answers can be explained through the phase 3 clinical trial process in the United States.

Thanks to the pharmaceutical industry, many deadly diseases have been cured. For instance, Hepatitis C once required life-long treatment and potentially a liver transplant. Today, 90-95% of patients can now be cured after receiving an 8 to 12-week drug treatment. While some believe this industry is potentially dangerous it is important to not lose track of the great work that has been done!

As of 2017, the research-based pharmaceutical industry spends $149.8 billion on research and development, according to The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations. This money will go towards the phase 3 clinical trial process to help research side effects and results of (more…)

Jul 16 2018