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Camels, Cartoons, and Plan B



Where you wondering when Population Research Institute was going to create another awesome short video? Wait no longer! We at PRI released a fun and informational video today that explains how Plan B really works. The video uses state-of-the art cartoons to break down the complexities of pregnancy, illustrating how the drug affects ovulation, conception, and implantation.   Steven Mosher, President of PRI, says: "Our three-minute video will make you laugh out loud, while teaching you …

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Camels, Cartoons, and Plan B



WASHINGTON DC: Population Research Institute released a fun and informational video today that explains how Plan B really works. The video uses state-of-the art cartoons to break down the complexities of pregnancy, illustrating how the drug affects ovulation, conception, and implantation. Steven Mosher, President of PRI, says: "Our three-minute video will make you laugh out loud, and teach you how Plan B reliably produces negative pregnancy tests.  You will want to not only watch it …

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Plan B



Population Research Institute created an informational video to help understand how Plan B works. Check it out! We would love to hear from you and answer your questions, so be sure to comment!   Vocabulary* to help you understand the video Fallopian tube: One of the two tubes that transport the egg from the ovary to the uterus (the womb). Uterus (womb): a major female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ. One end, the cervix opens into the vagina, while …

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New Privacy Video by PRI



PRI has released another short, humorous cartoon! This time, it’s a Schoolhouse Rock-style starring your medical records, and showing just how much danger your privacy actually is in. The video, available for viewing here, is only a minute and a half long. But in the snappy, humorous style that has come to define PRI’s cartoons, it explains how existing laws leave your medical records very vulnerable–to everyone from from government officials to insurance companies. “Even …

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New Cartoon on Medical Privacy by PRI



Front Royal, VA, 03/19/12 — The Population Research Institute (PRI) has released another short, humorous cartoon — this time explaining the issue of medical privacy, and some of the threats posed by electronic medical records. The video — available at pop.org/medical-privacy — is a minute and a half long. In the snappy, humorous style that has come to define PRI’s cartoons, it explains how existing laws leave your medical records wide open to everyone from …

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One Million And Counting: PRI Celebrates A Wildly Successful Series



In the summer of 2009, the Population Research Institute went out on a limb. We made a cartoon. It wasn’t a very long cartoon, only about a minute and a half—and the animation was deliberately minimalist. But it was clever, quick, and easy to watch. The music was original, cool, and jazzily low-key. It avoided politics entirely, choosing instead to focus on widely accepted science and math. It was entitled “Overpopulation: The Making Of A …

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New Cartoon From PRI as Population Reaches 7 Billion



We at PRI are proud to announce the fifth episode of our highly popular YouTube cartoon series—just in time for the world’s population to reach 7 billion people this month. The series has, to date, garnered over 800,000 views, and we fully expect to finally reach one million with this video. The latest video is available here, or by visiting overpopulationisamyth.com. Two minutes long, it aims to show that the world’s population is not skyrocketing …

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Fourth Episode of Overpopulation Cartoon Series



It’s here! The creative team at PRI has released the fourth episode of our highly popular YouTube cartoon series. The latest video is available for viewing at overpopulationisamyth.com, or by visiting PRI’s YouTube page here. The video tackles the root causes of poverty and how to alleviate it (hint: overpopulation is not the cause of poverty). All of this, while retaining the wry, humorous tone of its predecessors. The series, which has garnered more than …

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