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.
An upcoming GMO could be adding millions of pounds of toxic pesticides to the food chain and environment.
Study suggests kids can walk away from obesity—with your help.
The easiest, healthiest way to relieve stress is to spend time outdoors. As little as 5 minutes can do a lot of good!
Learn how to handle an early mosquito hatch.
Don’t wait until you’re sneezing to sniff out antiallergy aid, and learn to cook an antiallergy soup!
Put your green thumb to work growing a first-aid kit that will keep you healthy all summer.
Companies are pouring potentially hazardous chemicals into many scented products, including popular perfumes.
You’ll be surprised to see who really profits from “springing forward.”
Shop with a sharp eye to avoid plastic toys made with harmful chemicals.
Cyber-bullying is more likely to cause depression than other forms of bullying.
To diaper or not to diaper? That is the question.
Winter's dry air and illnesses can leave your throat raw. But relief is no farther than your kitchen cabinets.
Should you slather on beeswax or petroleum wax to soothe your dry, chapped lips?