http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php...t_LaboratoriesIn 2004, complaints about Dr. Mehmet Ozs dog experiments were cited in a report from an internal investigation into allegations of poor animal care made by Dr. Catherine DellOrto, a post-doctoral veterinarian. ,  See also individual reports of Dr. Oz's dog experiments.  According to the report, "highly invasive and stressful experiments" on dogs were performed without a "humane end point." AWA violations included a litter of whelped puppies killed by painful cardiac injection:
"The screams of these puppies could be heard through closed doors. All of these puppies, lying in a plastic garbage bag, were killed in the presence of their litter mates."
Subsequent applications for grants to the NIH by Dr. Oz have been denied. In 2004, Columbia paid $2,000 in fines to the USDA. 
Wow! That I never knew. Just wow...Originally Posted by Irizary
Dr. Oz is a vivisector who ran one of the worst labs on record in terms of cruelty
And why is veganism impractical? Because of all the idiots like Oz who praise it, and backstroke to saying you need animal products.Originally Posted by Ginariffic
His action plan the video links to isn't looking so hot, either. He reinforces the idea veganism is impractical, and helps people readjust into eating eggs and meat.
If you really want to be irritated look at the episode of Rachel Ray that he appeared on. He kept talking about being vegan but cheating with eating cheese frequently throughout the whole episode. He's also admitted to cheating with real dairy pizza and egg whites.Originally Posted by silva
And how about that Bob Harper? Peta veg man of the year! Went to check his site-Halibut and peach salad on the home page? Play the video, he says he started adding fish to his diet. In the "about me" section he's still a vegan?
Very disturbing but sadly not surprising.Originally Posted by Bailey2
I highly dislike Dr. Oz.
I'm a mammographer and he made a fool of himself when talking about radiation dangers and mammograms. Needlessly scared a lot of women and quite possibly kept some of them from getting what can be a life saving test. He got a lot of flax for his views and invited several radiologists and even the head of the American College of Radiology on for a follow up show. Those experts were well informed, well spoken and really explained the risks vs benefits to his audience. But Dr. Oz basically dispelled all they said & continued to stand by his misinformed, "I'm an expert on everything" opinion even in the face of the country's leading experts on the subject.
I like what you said there. I'm learning to think like that too.Originally Posted by falconbrother
..........You take it where you can get it in life I guess. If I waited for the people in my life to get perfect before I loved them I would be awfully lonely. My family and friends are all screwed up. In fact, so am I. But I love them and you and me just the same.