Blog Entries Tagged as Heather Moore

  • Mar
  • 6

Health Problem—Vegan Solution

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Health news can be pretty daunting. Virtually every day, we hear discouraging news about heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other life-threatening illnesses. But it’s not all gloom and doom. Let’s take a look at the following three recent reports and focus on ways that we can stay healthy:

●    According to Yale University researchers, cold weather, high …

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  • Feb
  • 21

Meet Two of Animal Rahat’s Rescued Donkeys

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Animal Rahat  is a PETA-supported charity that helps donkeys, bullocks, ponies, or other “working animals” in India. I’d like you to meet just two of the donkeys who were rescued by Animal Rahat staffers and now spend their days lounging around at the Animal Rahat retirement center.


Devi was discovered by the Animal Rahat team on the side …

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  • Jan
  • 14

Meet the People Who Inspire PETA

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IEN and Nanci Alexander_Fort Lauderdale Naked Truth 2013

When PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk travels the U.S. on her nationwide Naked Truth speaking tour, she makes a point to recognize some of PETA’s most active members. PETA is able to reach more people and help more animals because of their dedication, generosity, and ingenuity, and I’d like to tell you just a bit about their efforts.

Nanci Alexander …

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  • Jan
  • 7

Vegan Bodybuilder Proves You Can Be Buff at 78

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Check out vegan bodybuilder Jim Morris —Elton John’s ex-bodyguard—in PETA’s newest ad  urging people to go vegan to improve their health and increase their life  expectancy.

Pretty buff for a septuagenarian, huh?

He broke the color barrier in bodybuilding, and now he’s breaking the age  barrier as PETA’s most senior pin-up to promote vegan eating. Jim is also the  …

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  • Dec
  • 24

A Humane Holiday Hymn

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The following article was written by Karen Porreca and Heather Moore.

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was suffering, not even a mouse.

The stockings were stuffed with cruelty-free snacks and animal-friendly presents were piled up in stacks.

The kids dressed in PJs, tucked …

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  • Dec
  • 9

Another Reason to Wean Your Grandkids From Milk

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Breaking news: A new study from Harvard Medical School suggests that drinking milk as a teen doesn’t prevent broken bones later in life.

OK, OK—I’m sorry for the “breaking news” pun. I couldn’t resist. But when researchers analyzed findings from participants in the Nurses’ Health Study and the Health Professional Follow-Up Study, they found that teenage milk consumption wasn’t associated …

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  • Dec
  • 5

Popular Health-Care Provider Promotes a Vegan Diet

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The following statement is not from a PETA publication—although PETA has made the same point many times throughout the years. It’s from The Permanente Journal , a peer-review journal put out by Kaiser Permanente, one of the largest nonprofit health-care plans in the United States, with more than 9 million members:

Concerns about the rising cost of …

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