A new UCLA study finds a disturbing connection between our food supply and the degenerative disease that afflicts millions.
We’ve seen the dirty dozen, but what about the clean 15? Here’s a handy look at the fruit and veggies least likely to be contaminated by pesticides.
Canada joined a list of countries in an effort to end animal testing on cosmetics. Meanwhile human beings remain the biggest guinea pigs of all.
The average woman today absorbs about 5 lbs of chemicals through her skin every year. Let’s change that!
This dangerous ingredient in Windex and other household items is linked to a number of diseases. Here’s the 411 and a look at quality alternatives.
The biggest offender on this year’s list tested positive for pesticides 99 percent of the time.
That “pure mountain spring water” from the store is usually just tap water—or worse. Here’s a look at the shady $22 billion bottled water industry, and what we’re really drinking.
The Cosmetics Wars By Mark Bittman, New York Times If all goes according to schedule, next month the European Union will become “cruelty-free,” banning without exception the sale of cosmetics ingredients that were tested on animals. Don’t celebrate yet. Because although there may be less animal testing of personal care products than