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Fri, Mar 07, 2014 10:17 AM
The popular silicone wristbands are ideal for monitoring chemical exposure since, like human cells, they don't let go of toxins easily.
Keeping the stove-top cauldron bubbling with the most magical of potions is as easy as grabbing some weeds off the front lawn or the edge of a sidewalk.
How to have a frighteningly good time without terrorizing the Earth.
Even in October, the familiar Christmas sights and sounds have started popping up in commercial spaces everywhere. It's early, but nonetheless a good time to think about getting a real green tree.
Tissue can be classified as many things: cute, colorful and...unnecessary. Just say "no" to this stuff, and if you do end up with it -- reuse, reuse, reuse.
Universities can add yet another element of competition: Environmental friendliness.
Looking for a unique gift this February? Share the love by "adopting" an animal through WWF.
What happened to letting them roast on an open fire? Bring back these Christmas traditions and you'll be making greener choices.
Eco-bigwigs weigh in on their commitments to greener living in the new year.
Keep in mind that most everything you put in your body can and will end up in the water system -- affecting animals and fish.
Two retro holiday foods are ahead of the sustainability curve.
Whether you're doling out candy to neighborhood kids or serving guests at a costume party, skip the packaged sweets this year and try making one of these yummy, eco-friendly alternatives -- peanut butter cups and candy corn.
Get outdoors, don a homemade costume and enjoy some healthier treats.
Saving the environment -- virtually.
An eco-themed video game is helping the PlayStation generation understand global warming.
Too hot out? Cold? Stay in and make your own fun.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.