Lifestyle

World’s Largest Fashion Retailer Says ‘No’ to Angora Wool

by Natalia Lima

After pressure from PETA, the largest fashion retailer in the world has agreed to stop selling angora wool in its stores. Inditex, the parent company of Zara, has more than

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Second Public School in the U.S. Goes Vegetarian

by Natalia Lima

Following the footsteps of a public elementary school in Flushing, Queens, another public school in New York City has decided to go vegetarian. The Peck Slip School in lower Manhattan

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Vegan Fashion On the Rise As Faux-Leather Tech Improves

by Brianne Hogan

Pleather no more. Thanks to science, fake animal hides have a cooler, and more appropriate, name: vegan leather, and they’re selling like hot cakes. The interest in vegan leather is

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Man Spends Over $50K Making Home a Rescue Cat Fun House

by Natalia Lima

We’ve heard of crazy cat ladies that will go to all lengths to please their feline friends but a man is breaking the stereotype by revamping his entire home to

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Study Finds Plant-Based Diets Lead to Weight Loss

by Anthony Marcusa

The evidence continues to pile up in support of veggie-lovers, as yet another new study this week found that plant-based diets are a great way to lose weight. Researchers published

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Studies Confirm Sedentary Lifestyle Leads to Shorter Life

by Amanda Just

Move like your life depends on it, because it does! Studies confirm that a sedentary lifestyle leads to increased chances of health problems and a shorter lifespan. Simply put, the

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‘Compassionate Fatigue’ More Common in Shelter Workers

by Natalia Lima

Every year, three to four million animals die in shelters across America because they couldn’t find a forever home. While that number is obviously disconcerting, it’s even more disturbing to

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