The studies prove it — the more kids in a household the greater your odds of frequent colds and flu. Here are 5 alternative approaches for a healthier co-existence with your little germ vectors.
Scientists worldwide say that instead of keeping us free of dirt and disease, anti-bacterial products are actually causing us more harm than good.
This October, we are focused on the scientific link between toxic chemicals and breast cancer. Find out how to protect yourself here.
Physicians and marketing geniuses promise us that these hand sanitizers and antibacterial soaps will keep us safe from harmful germs, but do they actually harm us instead?
A harsh chemical added to soap and other personal care products to fight germs may be taking a serious toll on your health.
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According to the courts, the potential risks of the antibacterial ingredient Triclosan are real and should be investigated.
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