Megan Thompson

115 Articles

Bio

Megan is a healthy living and natural beauty advocate who is obsessed with sustainable gardening, food politics, human rights and animal protection. An L.A. native, she loves staying on top of the latest pop culture news and green lifestyle trends. When she is not writing, she loves going to the beach, hula hooping and working on upcycling projects.

Articles

Crew Is Lost at Sea When Injured Orca Sinks Whaling Boat and Escapes

in Animals, Causes, News, People, Top News

A group of whalers got more than they bargained for when they harpooned an Orca off the island coast of Lembata, Indonesia. The twelve men had spotted the killer whale

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Shailene Woodley Gives Her Luscious Locks to Children with Cancer

Actress Shailene Woodley recently had to part with her flowing hair for an upcoming role, but “The Descendents” star made sure her beautiful locks would not go to waste. Woodley

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Rosanna Davidson Gets Naked for PETA’s New Campaign

in Animals, Causes, Eats, News, Top News, Vegan

Model, actress and Miss World titleholder Rosanna Davidson is taking it all off for PETA.

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U.S. Government Steps Up to Protect Bees

in Animals, Causes, Environment, News, Science, Top News

After the loss of 10 million beehives to Colony Collapse Disorder and numerous studies linking bee deaths to neonicotinoid pesticides, the U.S. government is joining the United Nations to pass legislation protecting this vulnerable species.

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Rooney Mara Loves to Eat, But Stays Thin With Vegan Diet

in Eats, News, Top News, Vegan

In a business where weight and shape are so closely scrutinized, it’s hard to find an actor or actress who isn’t committed to some type of restrictive diet.

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Tia Mowry Went Vegan to Save Her Dreams

in Eats, Healthy Living, News, Top News, Vegan

Tia Mowry always knew that she wanted to have a family and her decision to become a vegan, in large part, was made to protect her future children.

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Is Sugar Killing Us? New Study Questions ‘Safe’ Levels

in News, Science, Top News

A new study, lead by Professor Wayne Potts at the University of Utah, has a grim message to send about dietary sugar and the harmful effects it can have at levels previously considered “safe.”

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