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  • Jul
  • 27

The Top 10 Vegetarian-Friendly Major League Ballparks

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Why settle for popcorn and peanuts when you can score vegan cheesesteak, vegetable sushi, black-bean burgers, veggie dogs and other fantastic plant-based fare while you’re watching your favorite players round the bases?

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  • Jul
  • 23

PETA Prime Book Club Turns 1 … and Guess Who’s Helping Us Celebrate

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Last year about this time, PETA Prime kicked off our very own book club with Ellen Kanner ‘s wise and witty book Feeding the Hungry Ghost . In the past year, we’ve spotlighted everything from kids’ books and cookbooks to books about clever crows, dejected dogs, and extraordinary elephants. If you haven’t already joined the book club, sign up today to receive information about upcoming reviews, author …

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  • Jul
  • 22

Retiring: Your Health and Your Wealth

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AARP  released a poll last year that says that more than half of working Americans over age 50 don’t think they’ll have enough money for health care after retirement. 

What happens if you retire, and the next thing you know, your medical bills start eating away at your savings like rust on an old Rambler? It’s not a …

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  • Jul
  • 21

Help Stop “Free to a Good Home” Ads on Craigslist

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We all know Craigslist, the website where people can post local classifieds and participate in community forums—it’s a great place to find a job, an apartment, a used car, sometimes even a girlfriend or boyfriend.

Unfortunately, animals are being given away to anyone who wants them via “free to a good home” ads on Craigslist. PETA …

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  • Jul
  • 20

Dynamic Duo Make a Difference

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When PETA friend Sigrid bought a condo on a Gulf Island in British Columbia, she was delighted to meet her new neighbors: a small flock of wild turkeys.

The beautiful birds would often wander around the complex, searching out tasty treats and taking dust baths in the bushes. But when one inquisitive bird scratched someone’s car, a …

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  • Jul
  • 16

But My Doctor Said I Should Eat Fish …

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Open any health or women’s magazine, and you’ll eventually come across a recommendation to “eat more fish.” Fish perplexingly continues to be touted as a “health food,” despite the fact that many of the species that people commonly consume-most notably tuna-are contaminated with mercury and other toxins. So why is it considered “healthy”? Because-compared to other meats, …

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  • Jul
  • 15

PC for ‘Pets’

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Oops! Excuse me— companion animals . Words can be weapons. The words we choose and how we use them underline or undermine our arguments for the rights of animals.

Never say “it” when referring to an animal. Always use “his” or “her,” even if you aren’t sure of gender. After all, you can’t always lift up the tail. Besides, …

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