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|Great Ape Protection and Cost Saving Act Co-Sponsors|
Great Ape Protection and Cost Saving Act Co-Sponsors Updated June 28, 2012 If your congressperson is not on this list, please ask them to co-sponsor the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act > S. 810 Co-Sponsors : 18 Sen. Cantwell, Maria [WA] (introduced bill) Sen. Akaka, Daniel K. [HI] Sen. Begich, Ma
PCRM has dozens of experts available for interviews, including physicians, registered dietitians, Ph.D.s in human nutrition, and scientists. These professionals are located throughout the country, and many have extensive on-air experience. The following is just a small sampling of our available experts. Please call PC
|National Chimpanzee Call-In Week Resources|
It's National Call-In Week for Chimpanzees in Laboratories. Please call your members of Congress today, and ask them to co-sponsor the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act (S. 810/H.R. 1513), which will end painful experiments on chimpanzees. Please use the following re
|Nearly Half of Supermarket Chicken Tainted by Feces|
Nearly half the chicken products marketed by national brands and sold in supermarkets are contaminated with feces, according to a new PCRM report. The report, which was covered by the New York Times, is based on independent laboratory test results of chicken samples from 15 grocery store chains in 10 major U.S. cities
|Your Right to Know: Understanding Animal Experiments in Your Community|
Selecting a Facility or Experiment Animals in Education Collecting Information Bringing in the Law
|PCRM Online April 2012|
|Frequently Asked Questions About Animal Experimentation Issues|
Frequently Asked Questions About Animal Experimentation Issues 1. What concerns are raised by the use of animals for medical and scientific experiments? 2. What are the alternatives to using animals in medical experiments? 3. Is some animal testing required by law? 4. D
|The Availability of HPV Chemical Data|
In early October 1998, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the High Production Volume (HPV) Chemical Challenge program, calling for toxicity testing on 2,800 chemicals imported or manufactured in amounts over one million pounds per year. This program was apparently devised in closed-door meetings betwee
|A Natural Approach to Migraines|
A Natural Approach to Migraines Research has shown surprising links between migraines and food. Certain foods can cause migraines, while others can prevent or even treat them. Coffee, for example, can sometimes knock out a migraine and foods rich in magnesium, calcium, complex carbohydrates, and fiber have been us
|Testimony on High Production Volume Chemical Tests to the House Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment|
Neal D. Barnard, M.D. June 17, 1999 As a physician and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, I would like to thank Chairman Calvert and the members of the Committee for the opportunity to comment on the EPA’s High Production Volume Challenge program. We are greatly concerned about seve
|Doctors Launch Healthy Eating Campaign in America’s Least Healthy States|
WASHINGTON—Mississippi, West Virginia, and Tennessee top the list of unhealthy states, says the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). The group released its list of top 10 unhealthiest states today, kicking off a month-long healthy eating promotion. As part of a multi-faceted education campaig
|Nutritional Approaches for Coronary Artery Disease: Survey of Cardiologists Reveals Insufficient Recommendation of Very Low-Fat Diets|
Nutritional Approaches for Coronary Artery Disease: Survey of Cardiologists Reveals Insufficient Recommendation of Very Low-Fat Diets A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine February 2006 By Keith Rafal, M.D., M.P.H.; Amy Joy Lanou, Ph.D.; Neal D. Barnard, M.D. In
|Nutritionists Name Five Most Fattening Frozen Drinks; Items from Robeks, Krispy Kreme, and Dunkin’ Donuts Top the List|
WASHINGTON—In the dog days of August, nutrition professionals with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) have released a new report naming the five most fattening frozen drinks. PCRM’s analysis finds that even some items marketed as “healthful” are actually brimming with
|PCRM Online | September 2010|
|PCRM Online Archive|
June 2013: Read this Issue> Physicians Committee Petitions Air Force to End Animal Use; Watch Dr. Barnard Discuss Power Foods on the ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’; Toxicity Testing Workshop Recommends Replacing Animal Tests; Kickstart India Returns!; Improving Toxicity Testing through the Chemical Sa