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  • Dec
  • 2

Tips on Preventing Harm to Wildlife This Winter

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There are many ways in which you can be a lifesaver, especially as winter approaches. Please share these valuable tips with neighbors and friends so that the birds, mice, opossums, squirrels, raccoons, and other animals whose habitats intersect with ours can be protected from harm: Cap your chimney. When birds sit on top of a chimney for […]

  • Dec
  • 1

Triple-Threat Diet for Kindness, Sustainability, and Health

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I adopted a plant-based lifestyle nearly 40 years ago and want to explain why I continue to eat, shop, and dine in this manner so many years later.   V is for vitality.  Eating many chlorophyll-rich vegetables—including some raw and living foods such as sprouts, sea vegetables, and blue-and-green algae—helps power me through long days with […]

  • Nov
  • 30

3 Ways Dogs Can Help Heal Your Election Blues

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If you feel that the recent presidential election has gone to the dogs, you may be right but not in the way you think. For the millions who voted for the presidential candidate that didn’t win but are fortunate enough to live with a canine, your BFF may be just what the doctor ordered. Studies […]

  • Nov
  • 29

Book Review: ‘Foster: Saving the World One Pooch at a Time’

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First, a confession: Maureen “Mo” Flaherty, author of the wonderful Foster: Saving the World One Pooch at a Time, is my neighbor, and I have spent many happy hours sitting on a blanket in her front yard, helping her socialize puppies. For very young puppies, “socializing” basically means holding and kissing them—so this review might […]

  • Nov
  • 28

Picture This

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You’ve decided to retire in an exotic foreign country, where you don’t know the language. A friendly native there looks after you but doesn’t really understand how you feel because of the language barrier. Over the years, you start to get some aches and pains, and eventually everything hurts. You have a hard time getting […]

  • Nov
  • 25

The Chicken by the Road

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I was driving down Route 404 in Delaware when I saw her: a little white chicken sitting just inches away from speeding cars, facing directly into oncoming traffic, her eyes wide open. I pulled over, gently gathered her up, wrapped her in a towel, and placed her on my lap. At first, she squawked in […]

  • Nov
  • 22

Yummy Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes

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The only redeeming feature of holidays for me (a long story that I will not go into here) is that they do, in their best incarnations, involve great food. And I love to eat.  Since my favorite course of any meal is dessert (I have often wished that meals were served in reverse order so […]

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