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Blog Entries Tagged as animal testing

  • Dec
  • 18

Animals Are Wondrous: Mice

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Mice are complex, unique beings with the capacity to experience a wide range of emotions. These highly social animals communicate with each other using high-frequency sounds that are inaudible to the human ear. Male mice woo mates with high-pitched love songs. Female mice with litters will vigorously defend their nests and young.

Mice become emotionally attached to …

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  • Nov
  • 12

Fewer Cosmetics Tests on Animals in China?

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In a new development, the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) has made a decision that could allow some cosmetics companies to stop conducting cruel, archaic tests on animals and switch to modern, humane testing methods. The CFDA has given companies that manufacture cosmetics within China’s borders the go-ahead to submit their own data on their products’ toxicity to the government, rather …

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  • Oct
  • 3

Three Easy Ways to Slash Your Risk of Breast Cancer

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It’s October, which means that every shopping mall looks like the aftermath of a Pepto-Bismol hurricane. Finding a cure for breast cancer is a cause close to my heart—which is exactly why you’ll never see me in a pink T-shirt, pink sun visor, or socks replete with pink fuzzy balls. Now, before you go thinking that I …

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  • Mar
  • 8

A mouse is not a man—or a tool

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There are two lessons to be learned from the startling new study reporting that decades of burn, sepsis and trauma experiments on mice have led nowhere: First, mice aren’t good stand-ins for humans . The second one I’ll get to in a minute.

The study, just published in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences, examined human cells and found that what …

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  • Jan
  • 8

Victory! United Airlines Stops All Shipments of Primates to Laboratories

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We have very exciting news to share. Earlier this week, a representative from United Airlines phoned PETA to say that the airline will no longer transport primates for use in experiments anywhere in the world! In order to ensure that animal experimenters get the message loud and clear, United even posted the new policy on its website, …

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  • Aug
  • 8

Consumers Can Convince Companies to Do the Right Thing

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Never doubt the power of the consumer. When the hip cosmetics company Urban Decay—whose policy against testing on animals is part of its brand—announced plans to begin selling its products in China, where cruel and deadly animal tests are required by the government, disappointed consumers took action. Thousands of them flooded Urban Decay’s headquarters with e-mails, and …

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  • May
  • 21

More Ways That You Can Help Animals in Labs Right Now!

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Last week , we told you about actions that you can take to help animals in laboratories. But that was just the tip of the cruelty-free iceberg. Here are a few more great ways that PETA Prime readers can work to keep animals out of laboratories:

A Few Good Men—and Lots of Suffering Animals

Not all vivisection happens behind …

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