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Nobody likes bathroom cleanup, and it's made worse by the harsh chemical products most people use for the job. Here's how to clean — naturally.
It turns out that what's in those kitchen fire extinguishers isn't so nasty after all. Matt Hickman's got the scoop.
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Green guru Elizabeth Rogers offers five easy tips for saving money by changing simple habits.
A government investigation finds the EnergyStar rating program isn't foolproof. But that doesn't mean you should buy any old appliance.
Tailgating season is winding down, but football is still in the air. Can you make a stadium outing less of a green disaster? Try these tips and find out.
Matt Hickman solves the mystery behind the energy hogs of the laundry room. (Tip: Hang a clothesline instead.)
A couple wants to downsize and use an eco-friendly Realtor to help them find a home that boasts green features.
Moths aren't the only ones that despise the pesticides found in some closets. Matt Hickman has suggestions for keeping your clothes and grandkids safe.
Going green requires difficult lifestyle changes — choosing from an overwhelming assortment of options and sifting through a lot of misinformation while you're at it.
Windows take a toll on birds -- killing up to 1 billion a year in North America. Conservancy bird expert Dave Mehlman gives tips on how you can help stop this deadly problem.
Step away from the bleach! Chanie Kirschner knows how to get your home clean without risking death by chemicals.
Even if you can't eat everything, you can still use your scraps.
Matt Hickman helps you clean up your act and keep plastic out of the landfill.
Red worms typically used for vermicomposting are a match made in heaven with hydroponic gardening because they create a mini ecosystem.
Investigators trying to understand role of common pesticide reportedly placed too close to family's home.
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