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With some careful planning and research, you can actually spend a lot less as you make your way on the path to weight loss and fitness. Here's how.
Dear EarthTalk: I've heard that many household cleaners contain toxic ingredients that can pollute my indoor environment. How do I avoid such …
Forest therapy uses immersion in nature to help soothe frayed nerves and restore a sense of mental well-being — and has even been shown to boost our immune systems and help us recover faster from physical maladies. The modern forest therapy movement is rooted in the Shinrin-yoku "forest bathing" practice developed in Japan in the 1980s that has since become a central part of preventative health care and healing in Japanese medicine.
Want a fast fact to bust out at your next party? Forty percent of women will get a urinary tract infection (UTI) at some point in their lives. Fun, right?
Looking for really healthy, beautiful skin? You might want to eat more marinara sauce.
In the market for a small motorboat but don't want to contribute to water pollution? Here are some options.
Raise your hand if you're the kind of person who tries not to make waves.
When we choose the next book to read, it's because we want an experience — to feel something when we are done. Books have the power to change …
By the time I was 14, the word "diet" to me meant "eat like this until you reach your goal weight and then everything will be OK." Though it never was, I spent those formative years trying to balance my love of food and my disdain for any form of exercise that broke a sweat outside the swimming pool — my weight yo-yoing within a narrow range through the remainder of my teen years.