Some people stand up to stress while others struggle with it. But until recently, scientists did not greatly understand this so-called “stress gap.”
New research has pinpointed the molecular origins of stress in mice, and the results could contribute to better understanding the development of…

Hello Carrington flock, it’s student blogger Chelsea back again for another update! If you’ve not been following my posts, I’m studying the Medical Assisting (MA) program at the Carrington College Tucson campus. I started the program in March and I’ve been blogging about my experiences at…

A new study published in the journal Nature suggests that seals may be responsible for spreading tuberculosis across the Atlantic Ocean.

Hello Carrington Flock! It’s time for another update. The final six weeks of my Pharmacy Technology program is at an externship site; this post is about my first day!I’m excited to be doing my externship at a family owned pharmacy in Tempe, AZ. We send medications out to assisted living homes…

A new study conducted by a team at the University of Chicago has identified the bacteria Clostridia as a potential element in treating food allergies, specifically peanut allergens. Over the past two decades, the prevalence of food allergies in children has risen dramatically. The U.S. Centers…

Imagine is someone collapsed on the floor in front of you – what would you do? Would you step up and take responsibility, or would you succumb to the bystander effect?
Carrington Students Step Up
Back in 2011 Lisa White, at the time a Pharmacy Technology student at our San Leandro, CA, campus,…

A new study published in the journal Nature suggests that seals may be responsible for spreading tuberculosis across the Atlantic Ocean. In the past, the distribution of tuberculosis has befuddled scientists, as evidence of the disease has contradictory genetic and archeological links. Genetic…