Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Thu, May 17, 2012 4:52 PM
I don't like using lotion-based sunscreens, but I protect my skin in other ways.
A new study on rhesus monkeys suggests people could live longer and fend off disease with calorie-restricted diets.
McDonald's, Burger King and Domino's Pizza take on token green projects but leave their carbon-intensive menus intact.
Bottled water's a lot less regulated -- but not necessarily any safer -- than tap water.
Dengue fever is a potential national public health threat that could worsen with climate change.
While do-it-yourself projects can be very green, DIY sunscreens may not provide the protection you need.
Experts say many people can replace vitamins with a healthy diet, but even for those who can't, there are ways to limit lead.
The USDA has allowed big corporations to add more and more non-organic substances to organic certified products.
Greenpeace launches a spoof website to go after Trader Joe's unsustainable seafood selection,.
Environmental Working Group's 2009 Sunscreen Guide lists the top easy-to-find sunscreens to keep you safe and healthy this summer.
Plastics will inevitably deteriorate, leaching chemicals and creating acids, reports Slate.
MNN advice columnist Vanessa Vadim talked about the dangers of toxins in fireworks in conjunction with the July 4th holiday.
Some L.A. vegan restaurants get called out for using fake meat that contains milk and egg products.
Greenpeace graded grocery stores on their commitment to sustainable seafood. Sadly, Trader Joe's got an F.
Is the 'miracle berry' a gimmick or a nutritional powerhouse?
Know the fish you catch. A new fish guideline warns Southern Californians that some local fish shouldn't be eaten.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.