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Ross Bailey, BScKin, MKin

Medical Education Lead - Fullscript

Ross graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree, specializing in kinesiology, followed by a Master’s in kinesiology at Western University. At Western, he worked as a teaching assistant in the cadaver labs for undergraduate anatomy courses. Ross enjoys conducting in-depth research reviews on a variety of medical topics and is an advocate for evidence-based decision support. He actively engages in continuing education on subjects like research methods in systematic reviews and meta-analyses, supplement quality standards, and the regulation of sports nutrition.

Content contributed by the author

health behavior change: how to better understand your patients blog post
Health Behavior Change: How to Better Understand Your Patients
Health behavioral change implies some kind of sustained benefit to the well-being of the individual without further practitioner support.
alternative supplements for the endocannabinoid system blog post
Alternative supplements for the endocannabinoid system
Learn more about the endocannabinoid system (ECS), how CBD interacts with the ECS, and several ingredients that can be used as effective alternatives.
best protein for muscle gain: building healthy muscle with protein supplementation blog post
Best Protein for Muscle Gain: Building Healthy Muscle with Protein Supplementation
Muscular function, metabolism, and synthesis rely on adequate levels of energy, as well as sufficient sources of vitamins and minerals.
a beginner’s guide to counting macros blog post
A Beginner’s Guide to Counting Macros
Counting macros has become a popular mode to monitor your nutritional intake and maintain a healthy and balanced diet.
top natural remedies to help anxiety blog post
Top Natural Remedies to Help Anxiety
How do you cope with anxiety? There are a number of natural remedies and strategies to reduce symptoms of anxiety and improve overall well-being.
the impact of 6 key nutrients on the steroidogenic pathways blog post
The Impact of 6 Key Nutrients on the Steroidogenic Pathways
Various foods and nutrients can up- or down-regulate the steroidogenic pathways, resulting in increased or decreased steroid synthesis.
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