The FDA recently banned triclosan in antibacterial soaps, but it still lurks in many personal care products.
Our health is affected by and closely connected to the health or our environment. We humans are a microcosm of the macrocosm (the world) – what’s going on in the environment has a big impact on our own health. While technology and industry has enhanced our lives and helped us to live more comfortably, it comes with a price. We are the first generation to be exposed to so many chemicals. In our daily living, we now use more than 50,000 of these chemicals. We cannot ignore the impact this is having on our own health and the health of our planet.
Read more about toxicity and some of the simple actions you can take to minimize the environmental factors that affect you.
Here are 12 daily small changes you can make to detoxify your life.
Clear your sinuses — without using drugs.
Coconut oil is great to cook with, but did you know it can polish your furniture, soothe bug bites, and more?
There are no national regulations for the compound — and the chemical industry is trying to keep it that way.
Everyone’s talking about the price of EpiPens. But, the bigger question is: Why has the number of people with food allergies skyrocketed?
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But, they are used to create processed foods, feed livestock, and fuel cars.
Grilling is a much-anticipated summer ritual, but it can create toxic exposures. Here are 10 ways make it healthier.
A healthy diet is packed with vegetables and fruit, but some of your family’s favorites may contain startling amounts of harmful pesticides.
Farmers spray pesticides on crops to kill weeds and insects, and residues linger on fruit and vegetable skins all the way to your kitchen — even after you wash them.