Lemon can preserve foods, whiten fingernails, clean glass, highlight your hair, and brighten your white laundry without bleach.
A buycott is the opposite of a boycott. Buycott helps you to organize your everyday consumer spending so that it reflects your principles.
Cantaloupe is just one of the nutrient-rich, heart-healthy foods worth celebrating.
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Experts believe your food affects your sex drive. Looking for the right edibles and actions to enhance connection and sexual vitality? Maybe you should look to a husband-and-wife team who combine cooking with counseling.
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Fish oil supplements could help reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.
This year we’ve made it easier to show your appreciation with a list of five awesome Mother’s Day gifts that are good for health & habitat. We’ll even wrap your gift in eco-friendly packaging with a personalized note of your choice.
Meet the Willy Wonka of France. He’s a chocolatier with a love for speed and environmental causes.
We all know our diet has a direct effect on how we look and feel. Now, surprising new research shows that mice develop a certain sexy “swagger” after eating probiotics. Does this apply to humans as well?
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In Chinese culture, a colorful diet is often the best medicine. Now, scientists are doing their part to reveal the healing power of fruits and vegetables, by color.
It turns out, feeding your body the right nutrients rather than stuffing it with “empty” calories will not only help you lose unwanted pounds, it’s a key ingredient for living a long and healthy life.