Make your own cleaners to save money and avoid filling your home with toxins.
DIY deodorizers made from simple household ingredients.
Serious hoarding is a compulsive disorder that affects about 5 percent of the population, but there are ways to deal with the problem.
Your soup could be canned up in a chemical stew.
Shop healthy and save money on your next trip to the grocery store.
To save money, protect your health, and help the environment, give these toxic tenants an eviction notice.
If food fights are common with your child, rest assured knowing this study shows parents aren’t to blame.
New research links household mold to asthma. But some simple mold-fighting tactics will keep your family breathing easy.
A new study links impulsive behavior in kids to chemicals that may be lurking in your kitchen or on your clothing.
Keep your cool, and maybe save your life, by keeping these easy-to-acquire heat busters close at hand.
One of the easiest ways to conserve water at home is to use the dishes that don't need it.
You can get rid of ants, moths, and other insect pests without dousing your home with chemicals.
Letting auto fluids flow down your driveway into storm drains is bad for everyone, and every fish. Use these car-washing tips to be a responsible auto-washer.
A recent analysis of the nation's water supplies reveals some dirty little secrets. Is your city on the Worst Water list?
Save money, cut carbon emissions, and extend the life of your clothing—all with a few bucks’ worth of rope.
A few nontoxic kitchen cleaners can bring a sparkle back to your fridge and oven.
Make your own environmentally friendly cleaning products
Nature is a rich and inspiring source for decorations that give your home a "garden-y" look and feel.
A healthy house starts with cleaning tools that are multifunctional and reusable