Should America stop outsourcing essential drug production?
The U.S. is underutilizing our pharmaceutical manufacturing resources, according to a new report conducted by Washington University in Saint Louis. Though pharmaceutical companies claim offshoring production has lower labor rates and operating costs, bringing production back to America would reduce the risk of supply chain issues.
After years of working through the pandemic, nurses have been hit hard
After years of working through the pandemic, nurses have been hit hard. A paper published in JAMA Network Open reveals an eight percent increase in emotional exhaustion since the start of Covid-19. Other health care roles showed similar patterns, but at lower starting rates. Scientists hope these findings help create more effective wellness programs for healthcare providers.
Teenage alcohol abuse will catch up to you later in life
Frequent and excessive alcohol use in your early life may be indirectly affecting your long-term physical health and life satisfaction. Scientists discovered that the consequences of drinking are being seen two decades later, revealing a more pressing need for targeted interventions early in life. Their research is published in the journal, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research.
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