Learn the basics of sustainable cleaning - from green products to indoor air quality - to create a healthy home.
New survey reaffirms that public wants clean air, health protections.
Toxins in coal could interfere with cell growth, preventing development of bones and hormones that regulate growth.
Though specific formulas widely vary, exterminators are likely using one of a small number of widely used chemicals in their pesticides.
The EPA classifies chromium-6 as likely to cause cancer in humans when ingested over a lifetime.
EPA urges schools to replace outdated systems that could be releasing PCBs into the air.
These plants filter hazardous chemicals from the air. Improve your air quality the natural way.
Even if no one in an apartment smokes, it can find its way in through walls, windows and ventilation systems.
A list of effective cleaners for chemically sensitive people.
Read on and find ways to remove some toxins from your life.
New research finds that children of mothers who smoked a lot during pregnancy are 31 percent more likely to get arrested as adults.
Here are some tips to help you keep your planet-friendly ways in focus. A good place to start? Attack the dust and clutter.
The Environmental Protection Agency awarded 17 groups $2.4 million for indoor air quality education.
Lead, and tin compounds, and bromine! Oh my! The Ecology Center's latest, in-depth toxic chemical study puts home improvement products, specifically flooring and wallpaper, in the hot seat.
Researchers find varying levels of BPA in air samples all over the world.
Researchers found the better indoor environmental quality of LEED certified office buildings had employees reporting better health and productivity.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.
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