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How to Watch the Blood Red Moon on April 15th

by Natalia Galbetti

You might want to look up on April 15th because the moon will be something to see.

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Elephant Still Imprisoned After Attempts by Paul McCartney

by Liane Abbey

It was only two years ago when Paul McCartney made headlines for taking initiative to defend an animal rights case which seemed to have a happy ending. When former Beatles member, Sir

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Ian Somerhalder on Animal Testing: “It’s NOT NECESSARY!!!!”

by Natalia Galbetti

“The Vampire Diaries” star instagramed last week a video of a protest against Air France, which still flies animals to labs for scientific research.

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Researchers Say Eat Less Meat to Slow Climate Change

by Megan Thompson

According to a recent Swedish study, the entire world may need to cut back on meat and dairy consumption in order to keep climate change in check. Although significant reforms

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SeaWorld Administers Valium-Like Drugs to Orcas

by Joan Reddy

The theme park SeaWorld, already facing scrutiny from animal rights advocates for their abuse towards captive cetaceans, has now been documented administering psychoactive drugs to their marine mammals. According to

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Sixth-Annual White House Kitchen Garden to be Planted Tomorrow

by Michael dEstries

It’s hard to believe it’s been six years since Michelle Obama brought back a vegetable garden to the White House South Lawn. The L-shaped 1,100-square-foot plot includes more than 55 varieties of

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Seven Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Is Better Than Five

by Joan Reddy

Researchers from University College, in London say that eating seven servings of fruits and vegetables is healthier than five, which is the current recommendation.

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