Humankind has a big decision to make. Go vegan or risk a repeat of the collective trauma that will haunt us for generations.
A group of clinical experts have advised Britons to go vegan to reduce the risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19.
The vegan campaigning charity Viva! calls for the end of factory farming, in light of Denmark announcing the cull of their entire mink population. Across the globe, animals are kept in horrific conditions in factory farms and wildlife markets, such as the mink fur farms in Denmark.
THE 1957 Asian Flu crisis is the pandemic the world just doesn’t want to talk about. In February of that year, a new influenza virus emerged in Guizhou in southwest China. The novel virus – a combination of avian and human influenza strains – swept across the world frighteningly quickly.
A new report has found that covid-19 has made a vegan diet more appealing to people in the UK. 25% of young British Millennials (aged 21-30) said veganism is now more appealing than before the pandemic, along with 22% of people living in London and 12% of all Brits, according to research by Mintel.