Turbulent Blood Flow may Increase Cardiovascular Risk

By utilizing the basic principles of hemodynamics and hydraulics, research suggests that fluid retention is detrimental for the cardiovascular system because it increases the likelihood of turbulent blood flow, regardless of whether or not blood pressure is raised. ...

FDA Strengthens the Science of Regulatory Safety

In order to keep our competitive edge, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) is placing increased emphasis on strengthening both the field and application of regulatory science relative to pharmaceutical research, development, review, and post-market surveillance. ...