Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Thu, Aug 28, 2014 3:25 PM
The simple yet profund theory of Multiple Intelligences says there's more to genius than a high IQ.
Video: Nearly half of all Americans unknowingly live with a chronic health condition such as diabetes or high blood pressure, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Here are five tips for making soap at home.
A granddaughter's risk of breast cancer can be linked all the way back to her grandmother's prenatal diet.
Video: Lisa Hymas of Grist explains why some environmentalists are suggesting that not everyone needs to have children -- and why our sheer numbers could be killing the planet.
Video: A new study suggests that young people are being drawn to indoor tanning because they are addicted.
Video: President Obama speaks about the innovations of modern-day land conservation and the importance of reconnecting American families to the outdoors.
Greener living is all about making changes each day. Sometimes, it's about setting aside unhealthy or resource-hogging products. Here are 12 to avoid.
Alice Waters on her passion for a good, clean and fair food economy.
One pollutant decreases chance of pregnancy, but another increases odds of IVF success.
Children with Williams syndrome are unable to form stereotypes.
Researchers say it's unclear why stroke patients are more vulnerable to long-term effects of air pollution.
Employees claim they developed cancer after exposure to radiation and benzene in chip factories.
An increase in allergy sufferers since 1980 is linked to a corresponding rise in use of antibacterial soap and other germ-killing methods.
The White House Conference on America's Great Outdoors and it will focus on a new generation of people who are taking conservation into their own hands.
MLB becomes first major sports program to implement a league-wide green data collection program.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.