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Wed, May 22, 2013 2:27 PM
New research has found that men prefer women with lower stress hormone levels.
One study finds some vegan protein products don't have significantly greener footprints than their meatier counterparts.
Concerns about BPA and phthalates have more people worried about heating plastics in the microwave.
Environmental groups begin their fight in court for full disclosure of ingredients in cleaning products.
A fragrance industry group reveals its members' products contain hormone disruptors and toxic chemicals.
Angry about global warming, deforestration and every other environmental issue? Take an afternoon break from the bitterness.
Even with hours of rigorous training daily, many top Olympic athletes find time to help the environment, too.
Oil refineries provide one of the building blocks of modern life, but they belch all kinds of pollution in the process.
MNN's lifestyle blogger brushes up with Tom's of Maine's new Wicked Fresh toothpastes.
Both Trader Joe's and Naked Juice now use 32-ounce juice bottles made with 100 percent recycled materials.
Video: Jared Dienst, along with parents and NBC's chief medical editor, Nancy Snyderman, speak with TODAY's Matt Lauer about the difficulties of diagnosing a child who is suffering from a stroke.
Video: Inspired by her recent assignment in devastated Haiti, NBC's chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman explains the power of simplicity to TODAY's Matt Lauer.
A bill in California wants to make drivers pay for parking, so greener travelers aren't subsidizing Hummer drivers.
Food and yoga go hand in hand in new trend, but traditionalists question if meat and wine should be part of the program.
Harsh toilet cleaners can make for an itchy problem. Clean green for rash-free trips to the loo.
A new study says antioxidants can sometimes impair muscle function -- but don't panic over pomegranates just yet.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.