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Vegetables Less Healthy than Fried Chicken? Don’t Fall for Clickbait Headlines

Colorectal Cancer: Raise Awareness of the Solution, Not Just the Problem

The Shameful Sham of Shamrock Shakes

An Event that’s Absolutely Sublime

ED this VD? It’s not you, it’s meat.

Vegetarian? Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!

Cancer Prevention Can Start in the Checkout Line

Dear Oikos: Take a Page from Joey Gladstone and Cut It Out!

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Cheese and Obesity
01/24/12 - The obesity epidemic is not caused by inactivity, bread, rice, gluttony, weak will, or a bad childhood. It is caused by a tsunami of unhealthful foods, and one of the worst, perhaps surprisingly, is cheese. more >

Texas Biomed Fined for Animal Care Violations
01/23/12 - The Texas Biomedical Research Institute was recently fined $25,714 by the USDA for violations of the Animal Welfare Act. At PCRM, we've worked for years to keep the federal government from sending a group of chimpanzees currently living safely in New Mexico to Texas Biomed. more >

We Are All Paula Deen
01/18/12 - Paula Deen—the TV chef who has long promoted the worst of American gluttony with butter, meat, and junk—had been hiding from her fans the fact that she had developed type 2 diabetes. Ms. Deen is a mirror. And what she shows us is that it’s time to throw out the butter and cream gravy. more >

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