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PCRM Conference Confronts Childhood Obesity Epidemic
As the federal government’s National School Lunch Program continues to emphasize artery-clogging, high-cholesterol foods, childhood obesity has reached record levels—16 percent of children ages 2 to 19 are now considered obese. And as waistlines expand, so does the risk for chronic disease, including h
PCRM Conference Confronts Childhood Obesity Epidemic
As the federal government’s National School Lunch Program continues to emphasize artery-clogging, high-cholesterol foods, childhood obesity has reached record levels—16 percent of children ages 2 to 19 are now considered obese. And as waistlines expand, so does the risk for chronic disease, including h
PCRM Conference Confronts Childhood Obesity Epidemic
As the federal government’s National School Lunch Program continues to emphasize artery-clogging, high-cholesterol foods, childhood obesity has reached record levels—16 percent of children ages 2 to 19 are now considered obese. And as waistlines expand, so does the risk for chronic disease, including h
PCRM Conference Confronts Childhood Obesity Epidemic
As the federal government’s National School Lunch Program continues to emphasize artery-clogging, high-cholesterol foods, childhood obesity has reached record levels—16 percent of children ages 2 to 19 are now considered obese. And as waistlines expand, so does the risk for chronic disease, including h
Childhood Obesity Conference Confronts the Fattening of America
Is childhood obesity more dangerous than cancer? In the next 50 years, pediatric obesity may shorten life expectancy in the United States by two to five years—an effect equal to that of all cancers combined, according to research by David Ludwig, M.D., Ph.D. Hear his and other childhood obesity experts’
Childhood Obesity Conference Confronts the Fattening of America
Is childhood obesity more dangerous than cancer? In the next 50 years, pediatric obesity may shorten life expectancy in the United States by two to five years—an effect equal to that of all cancers combined, according to research by David Ludwig, M.D., Ph.D. Hear his and other childhood obesity experts’
Childhood Obesity Conference Confronts the Fattening of America
Is childhood obesity more dangerous than cancer? In the next 50 years, pediatric obesity may shorten life expectancy in the United States by two to five years—an effect equal to that of all cancers combined, according to research by David Ludwig, M.D., Ph.D. Hear his and other childhood obesity experts’
Childhood Obesity Conference Confronts the Fattening of America
Is childhood obesity more dangerous than cancer? In the next 50 years, pediatric obesity may shorten life expectancy in the United States by two to five years—an effect equal to that of all cancers combined, according to research by David Ludwig, M.D., Ph.D. Hear his and other childhood obesity experts’
Hosting a PCRM Event: Getting Started
Hosting a PCRM Event | Getting Started | Sample Timeline Hosting an event is a great way to raise funds and awareness—and have fun. However, planning an event can be quite time consuming and expensive, so we have put together some information to help organize the process and make it enjoyable for all involved.
Hosting a PCRM Event: Getting Started
Hosting a PCRM Event | Getting Started | Sample Timeline Hosting an event is a great way to raise funds and awareness—and have fun. However, planning an event can be quite time consuming and expensive, so we have put together some information to help organize the process and make it enjoyable for all involved.
Hosting a PCRM Event: Getting Started
Hosting a PCRM Event | Getting Started | Sample Timeline Hosting an event is a great way to raise funds and awareness—and have fun. However, planning an event can be quite time consuming and expensive, so we have put together some information to help organize the process and make it enjoyable for all involved.
Hosting a PCRM Event: Getting Started
Hosting a PCRM Event | Getting Started | Sample Timeline Hosting an event is a great way to raise funds and awareness—and have fun. However, planning an event can be quite time consuming and expensive, so we have put together some information to help organize the process and make it enjoyable for all involved.
Support PCRM
The PCRM family includes physicians, healthcare professionals, veterinarians, and compassionate laypersons, all of whom support our mission to: Advocate for ethical research End cruelty to animals in labs and education
Support PCRM
The PCRM family includes physicians, healthcare professionals, veterinarians, and compassionate laypersons, all of whom support our mission to: Advocate for ethical research End cruelty to animals in labs and education
Support PCRM
The PCRM family includes physicians, healthcare professionals, veterinarians, and compassionate laypersons, all of whom support our mission to: Advocate for ethical research End cruelty to animals in labs and education

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