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  • Jan
  • 19

PETA Prime Book Club: Let’s Get Cooking!

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According to recent studies, just 8 percent of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually achieve their goals. A third of us don’t even make it to the beginning of February before losing our resolve. Sound familiar? If you find yourself struggling to make good on your resolutions for 2015, here’s a tip: Start with dinner. Whether …

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  • Jan
  • 16

Ingrid Newkirk on Huffington Post: 5 Big Fat Lies About Fatty Liver (Foie Gras)

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Last week, a federal judge struck down California’s groundbreaking ban on the sale of foie gras on a technicality: He ruled that foie gras is an “ingredient” and therefore covered by the federal Poultry Products Inspection Act, which state law cannot override. We expect this decision to be overturned after the case progresses. The Los Angeles Times editorialized against the …

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  • Jan
  • 15

Book Your Cruelty-Free Travel

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Book your cruelty-free getaway today! A portion of every travel purchase benefits PETA.

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  • Jan
  • 14

A PETA Primer for Social Media

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I did not grow up learning on computers, so social media was unknown territory as far as I was concerned. What did I know about Facebook and Twitter? I didn’t even know what it meant to tweet! But I realized that many of the people I knew were using social media to keep in touch with the …

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  • Jan
  • 13

Animals Are Wondrous: Bears

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Bears are among the most fun-loving animals on the planet. Few animals play more than bear cubs do. And they can’t resist the lure of a springy sapling. They climb up, ride the tops down, get off, and climb back up again. They walk the bent-over trees like tightropes and play “king of the mountain” on them …

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  • Jan
  • 12

#DisruptAging: Older Adults’ Interest in New Technology

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National Public Radio featured a piece on members of the AARP’s Nevada chapter who toured a cutting-edge tech show in Las Vegas. Technology reviewed in the NPR piece included FitBark , a device that monitors dogs’ physical activity. Listen to what the AARP attendees had to say about that gadget, and much more.

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  • Jan
  • 8

Moving With Animals

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In today’s highly mobile society, it’s not uncommon for people to move frequently from one city to another. And although there is plenty of help out there in the form of moving companies and other businesses that can minimize headaches and offer affordable prices, for some, the task of moving can still seem daunting when animal companions are …

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