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Meat and Dairy Dangers Concealed in Dietary Guidelines, Says Lawsuit
PCRM is suing the federal government over the newly released Dietary Guidelines. Deliberately obscure language about the consequences of eating meat and dairy products hinders America’s fight against obesity. The lawsuit, which was covered by The Washington Post, was filed against the U.S. Department of A
National Conference to End Factory Farming: for Health, Environment, and Farm Animals
PCRM’s new “Antibiotic Resistance from Animal Agriculture” report uncovers some of the health-related consequences of factory farming. This month, you can learn more about the dangers of factory farming at the National Conference to End Factory Farming. Elizabeth Kucinich, PCRM’s director of pu
Meat and Dairy Dangers Concealed in Dietary Guidelines, Says Lawsuit
PCRM is suing the federal government over the newly released Dietary Guidelines. Deliberately obscure language about the consequences of eating meat and dairy products hinders America’s fight against obesity. The lawsuit, which was covered by The Washington Post, was filed against the U.S. Department of A
National Conference to End Factory Farming: for Health, Environment, and Farm Animals
PCRM’s new “Antibiotic Resistance from Animal Agriculture” report uncovers some of the health-related consequences of factory farming. This month, you can learn more about the dangers of factory farming at the National Conference to End Factory Farming. Elizabeth Kucinich, PCRM’s director of pu
Meat and Dairy Dangers Concealed in Dietary Guidelines, Says Lawsuit
PCRM is suing the federal government over the newly released Dietary Guidelines. Deliberately obscure language about the consequences of eating meat and dairy products hinders America’s fight against obesity. The lawsuit, which was covered by The Washington Post, was filed against the U.S. Department of A
National Conference to End Factory Farming: for Health, Environment, and Farm Animals
PCRM’s new “Antibiotic Resistance from Animal Agriculture” report uncovers some of the health-related consequences of factory farming. This month, you can learn more about the dangers of factory farming at the National Conference to End Factory Farming. Elizabeth Kucinich, PCRM’s director of pu
Meat and Dairy Dangers Concealed in Dietary Guidelines, Says Lawsuit
PCRM is suing the federal government over the newly released Dietary Guidelines. Deliberately obscure language about the consequences of eating meat and dairy products hinders America’s fight against obesity. The lawsuit, which was covered by The Washington Post, was filed against the U.S. Department of A
National Conference to End Factory Farming: for Health, Environment, and Farm Animals
PCRM’s new “Antibiotic Resistance from Animal Agriculture” report uncovers some of the health-related consequences of factory farming. This month, you can learn more about the dangers of factory farming at the National Conference to End Factory Farming. Elizabeth Kucinich, PCRM’s director of pu
Analysis of Health Problems Associated with High-Protein, High-Fat, Carbohydrate-Restricted Diets Reported via an Online Registry
Analysis of Health Problems Associated with High-Protein, High-Fat, Carbohydrate-Restricted Diets Reported via an Online Registry   A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine May 2004  Methods | Findings | Discussion | Limitations| Literature
PCRM and Director Morgan Spurlock Urge Congress: “Stop the Supersizing of America”
WASHINGTON—Every U.S. Senator and Representative will receive a gift tomorrow courtesy of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and filmmaker Morgan Spurlock: newly issued DVDs of Spurlock’s award-winning documentary, Super Size Me. Billed
Nutrition and Renal Disease
Nutrition and Renal Disease The kidneys’ job is to keep the body’s fluids, electrolytes, and organic solutes in a healthy balance. Their functional units are the million or so nephrons in the renal cortex which filter most constituents of the blood other
Kickstart Countdown: Journey to Improved Health Starts Sept. 6
The next 21-Day Vegan Kickstart begins in five days. It’s your chance to go vegan and get healthy. And just in time for back-to-school season, this program features the Kickstart Your Kids’ Health conference call. You’ll learn from two leading pediatricians how the road to lifelong good health st
Chandler Residents Sign Statements of Opposition Against Covance
More than 1,300 residents of Chandler, Ariz., have signed statements of opposition to the proposed Covance animal-experimentation facility. After PCRM gathered statements of opposition from those who do not want the proposed facility in Chandler, PCRM informed ot
Confining Rodents in Laboratory Cages Has Troubling Consequences
Beyond Animal Research By Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D. July 2005 Confining Rodents in Laboratory Cages Has Troubling Consequences Throughout history, human societies have
Ivy League Cruelty
The most fragile time in a dog’s life is the first few weeks after birth. Their mothers—or their human caretakers—would never neglect them during this time, if they had the young one’s interests at heart. But in a University of Pennsylvania laboratory, technicians did not even notice when a newb

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