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|Food for Life Training: Agenda|
Translating Nutrition Research into Community Education: A Workshop for Implementing Diet-Related Chronic Disease Curricula Food for Life Training: Agenda SIGN UP TO RECEIVE UPDATES > Wednesday, Oct. 23
This half-marathon plan is from vegan marathoner and ultrarunner Matt Frazier. He's also the founder of the popular blog No Meat Athlete, where he shares recipes, nutrition and training articles, and other tools for fueling an active lifestyle with a plant-based diet. The numbers in the table refer to the number of mi
|An Examination of Animal Experiments|
Inaccurate Results Money Lost, Attention Diverted The Time Factor
This marathon plan is from vegan marathoner and ultrarunner Matt Frazier. He's also the founder of the popular blog No Meat Athlete, where he shares recipes, nutrition and training articles, and other tools for fueling an active lifestyle with a plant-based diet. The numbers in the table refer to the number of miles t
|PCRM Online Archive|
May 2013: Read this Issue> Physicians Committee Hosts Congressional Vegetarian Caucus; Join the VegRUN Marathon Training Program; Baby Boom + Fast Food = Dementia Boom; Attend the International Conference of Nutrition and the Brain; Physicians Committee Persuades Harvard to Close Primate Facility; Militar
|March of Dimes-Funded Animal Experiments: Commonly Asked Questions|
March of Dimes-Funded Animal Experiments: Commonly Asked Questions Animal Welfare 1. Does the March of Dimes still fund shocking animal experiments? 2. Is there any evidence for the poor treatment of animals in March of Dimes experiments? 3. How can there be any pain or suffe
|Come Clean: Skin Irritation and Corrosion Tests Resources for Companies|
Come Clean: Skin Irritation and Corrosion Tests FAQs | Come Clean: Skin Irritation and Corrosion Tests Resources for Companies | Commonly Conducted Animal Tests | Come Clean Home There are multiple reasons to transition your company from using in vivo methods to in vitro, or to require your ingredient suppliers to con
|Nonhuman Primates in Medical Research: Sensible or Dispensable?|
Beyond Animal Research By Jarrod Bailey, Ph.D. September 2006 Nonhuman Primates in Medical Research: Sensible or Dispensable? Amid growing tension and controversy over animal research, and
|Neurological Experiments: Monkey See...But Not Like Humans|
Beyond Animal Research By Aysha Akhtar, M.D., M.P.H. May 2006 Neurological Experiments: Monkey See...But Not Like Humans Rhesus (or macaque) monkeys are some of the most common animals us
|Frequently Asked Questions: Implementing Nonanimal Training Methods in U.S. Military Medical Courses|
Frequently Asked Questions: Implementing Nonanimal Training Methods in U.S. Military Medical Courses Q: What does this medical training entail? A: In U.S. military combat trauma training courses, instructors attempt to replicate combat trauma injuries on live pigs and goats. The animals are subjected to severe
|Monkeys Poisoned, Goats Maimed in Gruesome Military Training|
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer calls it a growing controversy. Last month, The Situation Room aired military videos obtained by PCRM through the Freedom of Information Act that reveal the unlawful use of live animals for medical training. But Congress and PCRM are asking the military to switch from these inhumane exercis
|Analysis of the HPV Challenge: Industry Violations and EPA Negligence|
By Nicole Cardello, M.H.S. Executive Summary The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) High Production Volume (HPV) Challenge encourages chemical companies to volunteer to conduct screening-level animal toxicity tests on 2,800 industrial chemicals. Pursuant to this program, companies have committed to
|Dog Cloning Raises Ethical Issues|
By Neal Barnard, M.D. This opinion piece has been published in the Austin American-Statesman and other newspapers. His name is Snuppy. He looks like an ordinary Afghan hound, judging by the photos that have run in newspapers around the world. But he’s actually unlike any other dog
|Frequently Asked Questions About Chemical Regulation|
Frequently Asked Questions About Chemical Regulation What is toxicity testing? What are some concerns with the use of animals in toxicity testing? What is the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)? Is TSCA in need of modernization? How can chemical regulatory legislation be more effective? What is the Saf
|New Humane Seal Web Site Helps You Give and Let Live|
Want to get active this spring? Maybe you’re participating in a fundraising walk or bike ride sponsored by a health charity. But is the charity funding animal experimentation? The redesigned Humane Seal website will help you walk proud by supporting an animal-friendly charity—and allow you to get active