Take charge of your health with tips about exercise, diet and overall environmental health.
Thanks to a new bag tax, shoppers in the nation's capital are quickly learning that plastic bags are often unnecessary.
Officials worry that this easily acquired toxin will become a biological weapon.
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Environmental, social justice and health advocates fight a freeway expansion project with action-oriented education.
People with high levels of PFOA are more likely to have thyroid problems, researchers say.
Build a decision tree to help you navigate seemingly complex health issues.
2010 brings another beef recall -- and the first lady's new initiative to make school lunches healthier.
Marijuana use can cause cognitive problems in the short term, and perhaps even in the long term. For the chronically ill, that might be a fair trade-off.
Try these green living tips to bring yourself out of your Blue Monday funk.
The FDA now recommends decreasing exposure to BPA, but will still rely on voluntary measures to limit use of the chemical.
Judge rules that the devices should be regulated as tobacco products rather than as drug or medical devices.
For biodynamic goodness full of organic fruity flavor, try Zhena's Gypsy Tea's new line of good-for-you green teas.
Don't just resolve to cut calories, resolve to eat a diet that's healthier for you and healthier for the planet.
New study shows that higher urinary BPA concentrations may be tied to adverse health effects in adults, specifically liver function, insulin, diabetes and obesity.
Video: Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius joins the Morning Joe gang to give an update on the swine flu epidemic, and also discusses U.S. aid to Haiti.
A new study reveals that if you don't kill your TV, it may just kill you.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.