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FDA employees, drug developers, and patients have much to lose if drug approvals are stalled by months due to another shutdown.
Packaging plays crucial role in building product sales, but the use of plastics may limit market growth.
Direct primary care is a new trend in healthcare where doctors work for themselves and charge a monthly membership fee.
A new study shows that the prevalence of HPV is declining in both women who have and have not received vaccination.
Consumer requirement for single-use products, customization, demanding retail channels, and even TSA regulation, are some of the reasons industry experts identify the need to change package sizes.
Agency pushes policies to promote generic competition for these drugs that by the nature of their formulation, delivery systems, or ingredient complexities, are more difficult to “genericize” and often face less competition.
Company’s Laser Lab builds catalog to help customers select the appropriate laser coding for a selected packaging material.
Is it time to break the cannabis supply chain into two separate discussions?
Deputies in Sedgwick County seized THC-infused vape cartridges intended for medical use that were smuggled from California.
A designer shares his view on getting outside for inspiration, functional aesthetics to preserve dignity and the 'magic number' in instructions for use.
Pharmapack report points to a golden age of innovation, with a rise in licensing and partnering, while acknowledging challenges exist in scale-up and prototype approvals.
FDA officials report that versions of blood pressure-lowering drug valsartan contained trace amounts of a carcinogen.
Company advances additive manufacturing market with integration of engineered materials, 3D printing machines and processes.
While Healthcare Packaging Expo (Sept. 23-25; Las Vegas Convention Center), co-located with PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2019, remains months away, trends and innovations in the life sciences sector continue to make headlines.
A team at University of Chicago is working on a pill to combat the negative effects loneliness has on the brain and body.
Among the brands are Oral-B and Pantene, as well as hygiene products Pampers and Always, which will test collection and recycling of used products.
Epifluidics technology could be deployed in clinical settings or in the home to monitor patients remotely. Could its materials present new flexible packaging opportunities?
With reusable packaging as its foundation, the ground-breaking Loop shopping platform enables zero waste, unleashes packaging innovation, and enahnces consumer convenience.
Four marijuana dispensaries in Ohio celebrated their grand opening on Wednesday, January 16th.
Biomedical engineers at Northwestern University have developed a wearable patch that uses sweat to critique the wearer’s health and fitness.