Health

Put your green thumb to work growing a first-aid kit that will keep you healthy all summer.
Hospitals are becoming healthier places due to new efforts to protect the environment.
As schools cut phys ed, kids’ grades will suffer.
Enjoy the outdoors on a nontoxic, earth-friendly deck.
Use plants from the garden to beautify your home and body.
A new study finds nearly 10 percent of moms are giving babies herbs. But that doesn't make the practice safe.
Too much sugar can raise your risk of heart disease.
New research finds food crops can take up toxic pesticides that come from antibacterial products.
Here's a technique for grounding yourself to gain inner calm.
Don’t skip workouts because of inclement weather; make Old Man Winter your personal trainer.
It's turning out to be a really hot summer, so make sure you take the proper precautions when exercising in the heat.
Try these sustainable and organic sources for gorgeous cut flowers.
It’s prime season for cooking and baking. Don’t let toxic pots and pans spoil the festivities.
We all make New Year's resolutions, and we all break them. But this year can be different.
Simple techniques to boost your romance levels.
Let your food be your medicine.
Tick bites can cause psychiatric symptoms that often go untreated, experts say.
Chemicals applied to furniture and carpeting aren't doing anything to keep you healthy at work.
Study suggests kids can walk away from obesity—with your help.
Use these handy tricks to get clean clothes without harming your family.
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