Learn the basics of sustainable cleaning - from green products to indoor air quality - to create a healthy home.
Singer admonishes fans for smoking during a sound check for a concert in Santiago, Chile.
Save money and protect your family's health by ditching the conventional chemical sprays and treatments.
Hotels are prone to cross-contamination as workers use the same cleaning equipment from room to room, quickly spreading bacteria.
These creepy crawlies originated in the tropics and can be found just about everywhere now.
Killing mold is one thing, but preventing it entirely is even better. Any place in your environment that is prone to moisture is a potential home for mold, and if you can keep that area clean and dry, you can prevent the problem.
Mildew may be natural, but that doesn't mean we want it in our homes.
You don't have to resort to bleach or other toxic solutions to keep your home mildew-free.
Duration is more important than temperature when it comes to killing germs.
These little guys can smell fermenting goodness from what seems a mile away.
Here are some tips for how to get the plate, the vent holes and the interior of the iron cleaned. Your clothes will thank you.
Commercial copper cleaners often contain harsh chemicals, but you can naturally clean copper with materials usually already found in your home.
The park has tentative support from businesses and government officials, but now a technology demo is needed to convince investors.
From knives to fires to other disasters, there are plenty of ways to get in trouble in your kitchen.
While the coffee grounds compound was successful in eliminating odors and gases, it would take a large amount of grounds to be useful.
Home smoking bans occurred when the smoker planned to quit, there was a childbirth, or the smoker has voiced support for a public ban.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.