Because they’re built lower to the ground, our dogs and cats can pick up seasonal allergens on fur from grass, weeds, pollen, lawn chemicals and fleas.
Fresh water supplies are dwindling globally, including in the U.S., yet we can do things on a personal level to help hold onto this finite resource.
Kids are especially sensitive to the pollen, chemicals, dust mites, mold and pet dander that cause allergies, but simple strategies can keep these culprits in check.
As the Earth starts re-greening this season, it’s a natural time to rethink our eating habits–and here are some nourishing ways to feed body and soul.
The environmental activist and grandson of Jacques Cousteau shares the inspiration of exploration with a new generation.
Some doctors are finding that their patients' health improves when they avoid GMOs, which are found in up to 80 percent of non-organic foods.
Instead of discarding skins, cores and rinds, creative chefs are using their distinctive flavors and nutrients to make intriguing entrees and desserts.
The last thing we may feel like doing in hay fever season is exercising, but yoga, Pilates, walking, weight training and other approaches can actually bring relief.
Repetition of three daily practices—writing down a goal, speaking it with emotion, and visualizing the outcome—is key to prosperity and success.
Hugs not only feel good, they also boost the immune system and release healing, feel-good hormones.