Hot summers are going to get even hotter, scientists say. So it’s more important than ever to find cheap, easy ways to stay cool when the mercury climbs.
Fruits soaked in pesticides shouldn’t be making any appearances in your kitchen this season.
Heads up: the right hat is your first line of defense against summer sun damage.
Pick shades that look great and give your eyes the best protection—and keep your old pair out of the landfill.
Not all sunscreen is created equal—some varieties may even harm you or the environment.
Finally, researchers have found a way to counteract the dangerous side effects of dirty air pollution.
An untested and unnatural food process prompts the nation's leading medical organization to take a stand.
Soothe—or prevent—scorching sunburn with common kitchen ingredients.
Lose weight with these simple carb swaps.
Ease your aches with these five easy-to-master moves
Meet the practitioners who can help you beat pain using natural remedies and alternative therapies
Whether you have chronic pain, throbbing joints, or tension headaches, check out these simple ways to conquer common causes of aches
If you’ve never tried running, or just haven’t been able to keep at it, we have 10 tips on running to get you on the road.
Research suggests that people with diabetes can reap some benefits from regular yoga practice.
A new study finds that women who exercise while pregnant are more likely to have babies with a healthy birth weight.
Scientists are learning that chemicals you encounter every day can interfere with your immune system, leading to allergies and other problems.
Bugged by spring insects? Use natural pest control—not unhealthy, toxic chemicals—to protect yourself and your home.
Do sunscreens really ward off cancer? Experts on both sides of the debate agree we depend on them too much.
Ever wonder what's exposing you to the highest levels of chemicals? A new study hopes to give you an answer.
The chemicals sprayed on tomatoes and potatoes could be making people who live near farms sick.