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A recent review of 343 studies published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that organic foods are more healthful than conventional foods, mainly because the former contain higher...
Without meaningful studies on the negative health effects of the chemicals in our air, water, food, personal care products and more, the medical community is reluctant to warn patients to change...
Nobody wins when we continue feeding our kids lackluster lunches comprised of pizza, French fries, and other unhealthy options.
The Earth is sick, and as its inhabitants, it should be our responsibility to nurse it back to health.
Pollution, quite literally, stinks. And as ominous images from around the world show, it is a problem that spans from China, India and Paris to California, New York and everywhere in between.
When illness or injury strikes, the road to recovery is often paved with medications and therapies, in addition to a healthy diet, physical activity and plenty of TLC.
Organic produce is unlike its conventionally-grown counterpart.
Last week, Subway, the nationwide chain of sandwich shops, announced it would remove from its baked breads a possible carcinogen also found in yoga mats and the rubber soles of shoes.
We’d all be wise to pay close attention to the severe precipitation shortage in California, which recently prompted Governor Jerry Brown to declare a statewide drought emergency