Learn the basics of sustainable cleaning - from green products to indoor air quality - to create a healthy home.
Conquering odors can help you breathe better and avoid embarrassment when guests come over.
Reach for the cloves, citrus and evergreens. You'll wonder why you ever went the artificial route in the first place.
Here are five bacteria-ridden hotspots outside of your home that might surprise you.
You may wash your hands often, closely scrutinize expiration dates and thoroughly rinse your produce prior to eating it, but are you doing enough to protect yourself from grocery store germs?
Several brands known for their environmentally-friendly offerings introduce new products in time for this season of cleaning.
Research has pinpointed plants that improve indoor air quality.
Although the products are prevalent, they're not created equal. Here are five dish-cleaning biodegradable soaps to consider.
Just like Eastern philosophy, detergents are all about balance. Discover how all of the ingredients work together to clean your clothes.
These recipes will help you save money on commercial products, personalize the smell of your cleaners, and insure that you don’t harm your family with unhealthy chemicals.
We try to take some of the confusion out of environmentally-friendly cleaning procedures in medical facilities.
To moisten the air in your abode, grab some plants, put out some dishes of water, and get cooking. (Don't worry, you're not going to cook your plants.)
What to look for in assessing air quality and how to achieve a healthy level.
Biodegradable products break down quickly under the right circumstances. Here are some of the materials that are helping prevent environmental clutter.
We'll say it again: Wash your hands often and drink lots of water.
TSA administrator is 'concerned that there is a perception' that X-ray body scanners are not safe.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.