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What you don’t know about hot dogs could kill you. This Cancer Project commercial is based on a 2007 report from the American Institute for Cancer Research. The report concluded that hot dogs and other processed meats are a convincing cause of colorectal cancer. The risk increases by 21 percent for every 50 grams of processed meat consumed daily. A 50-gram serving is approximately the size of a typical hot dog. Learn more at www.CancerProject.org.

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Meagan Duhamel: Vegan Olympian – Helping others with HeathTips and #Research #Videos



Meagan Duhamel is defending her Olympic silver medal and 100% vegan! The ice dancer goes to extreme lengths to make sure she can keep a plant-based diet in the Olympic Village!

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Fad Diets | The Exam Room – #Helping others with #HeathTips and #Research #Videos



Which diets are healthy? Which ones aren’t? On today’s episode of The Exam Room, doctors and dietitians break down plant-based diets, Paleo, Atkins, low-carb, gluten-free, and more!

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Inspirational Vegan Story! | The Exam Room Podcast – Helping others with HeathTips and #Research #Videos



Going vegan is not only improving Silvia Lucero’s health, but is also helping save the life of her family. Her stepfather, who is a cardiac surgeon, had a heart attack and because of Silvia’s encouragement is now adjusting to a vegan diet and thriving!

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Vegan At 200 MPH, NASCAR Driver Landon Cassill | The Exam Room Podcast – Helping others with HeathTips and #Research #Videos



Vegan NASCAR driver Landon Cassill joins The Exam Room podcast! He reveals that a vegan diet helps him stay mentally sharp while speeding around the track at speeds in excess of 200 miles per hour. The plant-powered speedster also talks about eating bananas during the race. But where does he put the peel? The answer is hilarious.

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A Frank Health Message for Men – #Helping others with #HeathTips and #Research #Videos



A humorous video highlighting a serious health concern: A recent World Health Organization report found that processed meats such as hot dogs, pepperoni, bacon, sausage, and deli meats are “carcinogenic to humans.” www.DropTheHotDog.org

Each 50-gram portion of processed meat—approximately the size of a typical hot dog—eaten daily increases the risk of colorectal cancer by 21 percent.

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Nutrition in a Nutshell | Snacks for Kids – #Helping others with #HeathTips and #Research #Videos



Looking for healthy snacks ideas for your children? Check out these quick and easy snack ideas from Emily Kasmar, M.S., A.G.P.C.N.P.- B.C., a nurse practitioner at the Barnard Medical Center.

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Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Pig Laboratory – #Helping others with #HeathTips and #Research #Videos



For more than 20 years, the Physicians Committee has pushed the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences to stop using animals to train medical students. On Sept. 3, 2013, the university agreed. The video below, obtained by the Physicians Committee through the Freedom of Information Act, shows a live animal training previously performed at the university. In the video, a live pig is tethered to an operating table as a scalpel slices through the animal’s skin and muscle. Later, the pig’s chest is cracked open to allow an instructor to shock and manually manipulate the heart before the animal is killed.

The Physicians Committee is calling on the last three medical schools that continue to use live animals to transition to nonanimal methods: Johns Hopkins University, the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga, and Rush Medical College.

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