Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine scores FDA nod in adolescents, enabling a wider rollout

In a first for the U.S., the FDA has authorized the use of Pfizer’s BioNTech-partnered COVID-19 vaccine for use in adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15—months ahead of the upcoming school year in the fall.  The FDA will amend the existing emergency authorization for the vaccine, which was first issued in December, the agency said. Pfizer’s… Read More »

Novo Nordisk recalls sales rep samples sunk by Texas power outages

There’s a saying about Texas weather—if you don’t like it, wait five minutes. For Novo Nordisk, the state’s extreme weather hit home early this year when the biggest winter storm in decades left some sales reps without power. No power meant no electricity to keep their drug sample refrigerators cold. The result? Novo is now voluntarily… Read More »

Tips for Getting More REM Sleep

Do you ever wake up in the morning feeling like you didn’t get enough sleep? Do you find yourself feeling sluggish or fatigued during the day? While many factors can contribute to these feelings, inadequate REM sleep is one of the most significant. What is REM Sleep? Not all sleep is created equal. In fact,… Read More »

Celebrity trainer Sarah Lindsay reveals the fitness lockdown goals we should be aiming for – ps: they aren’t what you think

With lockdown 3.0 pressuring people to do something epic with their time, celebrity trainer Sarah Lindsay shares her advice on realistic lockdown goal setting Learn a new language, lose the lockdown belly, start a business are just some of the ‘goals’ I have seen floating around at the moment encouraging people to make the most… Read More »