Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Thu, Mar 06, 2014 6:04 PM
New study finds that the best way to get parents active and engaged with their kids at a playground is to do away with park benches.
Mercury poisoning can be a tough pill to swallow.
How one U.S. tobacco company is trying to make users forget that its product can kill them.
Maybe it's the economy, but we're finally coming to the realization that tap water ain't so bad.
Video: You are invited to Danielle's rustic dinner party. Prepare to be inspired.
Tips to cut your waste while trimming your waist
Bottled water may not be any different than tap water — except that it's 1,900 times more expensive.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition to observing it, observe more closely the ingredients in your daily-used cosmetics and hygiene products -- they could be contributing to your cancer risk.
It takes (clean) energy to be an environmentalist. Give yourself a rest.
Antibiotics and hormones found in certain nonorganic dairy products may increase the risk for several types of cancer.
Climate change could make 12 diseases worse.
Limit your usage of canned food and certain plastic containers in order to keep harmful toxins from your body.
Using regular hand soap helps your body strengthen its natural immunity to germs that antibacterial soap kills.
A few tips to help relieve your symptoms.
Cloud Star and Onesta Organics make doggy treats to relieve your worry about the ingredients which could cause reactions in your animal.
Chlorine may help keep pools more sanitary, but it's not so good for health.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.