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Majority of US Will Suffer From Heart Disease

New results reveal that heart disease is becoming more common and affects more than half of Americans.

Recently, Northwestern University cardiologist John Wilkins analyzed five United States-based comprehensive studies on heart health. Wilkins found that by 45, more than 60 percent of men and 55 percent of women are at risk of developing future cardiovascular issues. Heart disease is strongly associated with hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, and smoking, which plant-based experts such as Dr. Neal Barnard of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, can generally be prevented by eating a whole foods plant-based diet. Additionally. National Public Radio reported via Archives of Internal Medicine that consuming processed meats increases the likelihood for developing heart disease and cancer by 20 percent.

Kat Von D Raises $200K to Benefit Lab Chimps

The makeup mogul donated profits from cosmetic sales to benefits the rehabilitation of 300 chimps used for animal testing.
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Vegan Surfer Survives Shark Attack

Survivor Colin Rowland says the great white just didn't have a taste for vegans.
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FDA Seizes 4 Million Pounds of Milk

Millions of pounds of powdered milk containing salmonella were confiscated by the government after Virginia dairy company refused to issue a voluntarily recall.
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Undercover Mexican Slaughterhouse Footage Released

Animal-rights organization Mercy for Animals uncovers rampant animal cruelty in its first undercover investigation into Mexican slaughterhouses.
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Kids Compete for $25K with Vegan Chocolate Milk

In a competition for young entrepreneurs, four New Zealand high school students are named finalists for their vegan chocolate milk.
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