The pandemic has been a game changer for so many aspects of life here on Earth. We’ve seen the global crisis impact everything from economics to health care systems and beyond. Birth rates, too, were impacted by the pandemic.
Here in the United States the FDA has three vaccines now authorized for emergency use. The latest vaccine created by Johnson & Johnson has been making headlines, but the big question on everyone’s mind is about its effectiveness.
As we head into spring and see more imagery of chicks, bunnies, and lambs, take a few minutes to stop and stare. Why? Because researchers found that looking at cute animals has health benefits!
Cloning animals is not a new thing -- the first cloning research began in 1885 and the earliest successful cloning experiment using frogs happened in 1952 -- but we're still pretty far off from a real life Jurassic Park.
What are human vaccine trials really like and who conducts them? To answer that question and help dispel some of the mystery involved in drug trials, we visited Dr. Robert Call of Clinical Research Partners.