CRN

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CRNClinical Research Network (UK)
CRNChromium Nitride
CRNCouncil for Responsible Nutrition
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CRNCreston (Amtrak station code; Creston, IA)
CRNComputer Reseller News
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CRNCanadian Registration Number
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CRNCommunity Recycling Network
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CRNCornell Companies, Inc (stock symbol)
CRNControlled Release Nitrogen
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CRNCartoonists Rights Network
CRNCollege Radio Network
CRNChicago Rehab Network
CRNCommunity Rehabilitation Network
CRNCellular Radio Network
CRNCountryside Recreation Network
CRNCommission Régionale de la Naissance (French: Regional Birth Commission; pregnancy forum)
CRNCentres de Ressources Numériques (French: Digital Resource Center)
CRNCouncil on Renal Nutrition
CRNCommunity Response Network (various locations)
CRNCongress Rental Network
CRNCredit Reference Number (US IRS)
CRNChristmas Rock Night
CRNCristo Rey Network (Chicago, IL)
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CRNCosmic Radio Noise
CRNCourt Reporting Network
CRNCustomer Restoration Network (insurance)
CRNCurrent Return Network
CRNChange Request Notice
CRNCorrectional Registered Nurse
CRNClosed Restricted Network (cyber security)
CRNCaisse de Retraite des Notaires
CRNCumann Rince Naisiunta
CRNCustom Register Number (shipping)
CRNCentre for Research in Neuroscience
CRNCoding and Reimbursement Network
CRNClub Renault Norvege
CRNCity Radio Network
CRNCrime Reduction News
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CRNChicagoland Radiological Network
CRNComparative Research Networks
CRNCustomer Relations Network (various companies)
CRNCombat Radio Net
CRNCable Routing Rotation (NASA)
CRNCustom Rehab Network
CRNCan't Remember Nuttin
CRNCritical Ranking Number
CRNCanary Islands Radio Networks
CRNCarolina and North Western Railway Company
CRNCentral Riddle Network (website)
CRNCreative Research Network
CRNCommitted Rate Network
CRNCarbon Reinforced Nylon
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"There's a continuing need to be sure they understand your causes," says Annette Dickenson, director of scientific and regulatory affairs for the Council for Responsible Nutrition.
Some nutrients, such as thiamine and riboflavin, are so benign that an upper limit may not exist, says Annette Dickinson, director of scientific and regulatory affairs for the Council for Responsible Nutrition in Washington, D.C., a trade association of d ietary supplement manufacturers.
Council for Responsible Nutrition Workshop & Conference
WASHINGTON -- The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), a trade association based in the nation's capital representing more than 150 dietary supplement and functional food manufacturers, ingredient suppliers, and companies providing services to those manufacturers and suppliers, believes all Americans, even those struggling to make ends meet, should have access to the health benefits of vitamins.
WASHINGTON -- The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) announced that it has submitted comments to the Food and Drug Administration in response to the agency's revised New Dietary Ingredient (NDI) draft guidance.
The finding challenges senior vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs at the Council for Responsible Nutrition, Andrew Shao's, claim that protein powders and drinks are a safe option for adolescents and pregnant women.
However, the Council for Responsible Nutrition, a lobbying association for the nutritional supplement industry, intends to petition the Food and Drug Administration to label folic acid as a heart disease preventive; it is already known to prevent certain birth defects.
According to the supplement industry's Council for Responsible Nutrition, these illnesses were caused by human error, much like outbreaks of botulism in canned foods.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) unveiled two developments in its collection of proactive, science-based voluntary guidelines and best practices: new recommended guidelines for products containing SARMs, and updates to its recommended guidelines for caffeine-containing dietary supplements.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the leading trade association for the dietary supplement and functional food industry, has partnered with UL, a global independent science safety company, to create a new registry of dietary supplements that will answer those questions.
WASHINGTON -- The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) has retained global independent safety science firm UL to develop and administer a dietary supplement product registry.
(3) And over-the-counter sales for niacin, estimated at $25 million, have declined since 1989, says the Council for Responsible Nutrition, an association of vitamin-makers.
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