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Airline Food Report
Airline Food Report   A Review by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Fall 2003 Just in time for Thanksgiving travel, the doctors and nutritionists at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) have rated 10 of the top airlines for the
2006 School Lunch Report Card: Results
background | the criteria | the report card |   The Report Card   School District Score Grade Fa
2009 Airport Food Review
2009 Airport Food Review   A Report by the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine Winter 2009 As the holiday travel season gets under way, health-conscious passengers are searching airport terminals for nutritious food. To determine the availability of healthful meals, nutrition experts with the Physic
Week 1 Menu
Each day during the Kickstart, we provide recipes and suggestions for every meal. Don’t let this overwhelm you. We want you to know there are tons of options, but you get to pick and choose how many recipes you make each day or week—and how much of each recipe you make. For those of you cooking for four to
Food for Life TV Archive
View any of the many archived shows below. March 3: Lively Flavored Latin Seitan Stew (YouTube) Katherine Lawrence, a Cancer Project Food for Life cooking class instructor, prepares Latin Seitan Stew from Dr. Barnard’s The Cancer Survivor’s Guide: Foods That Help you Fight Back. The bell peppers in th
Companies That Produce Vegan Food Products
Companies That Produce Vegan Food Products   Company: DR. McDOUGALL'S RIGHT FOODS Products: Heart-healthy instant breakfast oa
Survey of ATLS Programs
In 2007, PCRM began a nationwide survey of programs that offer ATLS courses. Because of the large number of programs in the United States the survey is ongoing, but the results thus far have been encouraging. See the current results below. Live Animal Use for Advanced Trauma Life Support Courses in U.S. and Canadia
Medical Schools with No Live Animal Laboratories
Schools without Live Animal Use in Medical School Curricula (154 Allopathic; 29 Osteopathic) Updated: Aug. Sept. 3, 2013 (1) There are 141 U.S. allopathic schools; (2) There are 29 U.S. osteopathic schools†; (3) There are 17 Canada allopathic schools; (4) Total = 187 accredited U.S. and Canada medical school
Support Grows for PCRM's Challenge to Dietary Guidelines Bias
PCRM formally launched its push to rid U.S. government diet guidelines of racial biases on March 8, 1999. In testimony to the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, PCRM president Neal D. Barnard , M.D., presented letters of support from the Congressional Black Caucus; former Surgeon General Joycelyn Eld
Fighting for Ethical Research and Better Health: A Review of 1998
RESEARCH REFORM Our program for alternatives to animal laboratories in medical education continues to grow, with ten medical schools receiving a special media/advertising blitz—Boston University, St. Louis Uni
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ALTERNATIVES TO ANIMAL TESTING Human Cell Tests Beat Animal Tests An international research team has confirmed that human cell tests are better than lethal dose (LD-50) tests on rats and mice at predicting the dangers of dru
Summit on the Dietary Guidelines Conference 2000
September 18, 1998 Holiday Inn Rosslyn Westpark Hotel Arlington, Virginia Program Description As the new U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans are drafted, cutting-edge issues need to be squarely addressed. This conference for physicians, dietitians, nurses, and other health professionals will asses
PCRM Rates Quality of Major Hospital Meals
Hospital Food Keeps Patients Coming Back “Cutting out cholesterol and reducing the amount of fat in your daily diet will reduce the risk of another heart attack,” says a cardiologist to a patient before angioplasty to remove arterial fat deposits. While recovering in the hospital, the same p
Survey of Animal Use Pediatrics Training
In 2008, PCRM began a survey of pediatric residency programs in the United States. Because of the large number of facilities involved, the survey is ongoing, but so far the results have been encouraging. See the current results below. Animal Use for the Teaching of Endotracheal Intubation in Pediatric Residency Pro
Cost Analysis of Dissection Versus Nonanimal Teaching Methods
Cost Analysis of Dissection Versus Nonanimal Teaching Methods As more and more educators explore the benefits of nonanimal alternatives to dissection, software companies respond by developing ever more impressive technologies. New programs offer stunning educational adv

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