We use the term "bad energy" all the time. Whenever something isn’t going our way, we’re quick to blame it. People who bother us or seem negative are often plagued with it and places that just don’t feel right are filled with it. But is bad energy really a thing? Does it truly ...read more
Nestle has announced a series of specific actions to help fulfill its goal of making 100 percent of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025. The goal, announced in April 2018, targets all single-use packaging but focuses specifically on non-recyclable or hard-to-recycle ...read more
We’re seeing a momentous shift in the way women are living. We’re holding predators accountable, fighting for equality in the workplace, and advocating for our bodies, including the products we deem acceptable for use during our menstrual cycles. There was a time when tampons ...read more
A "Planetary Health" is ideal for both human health and the health of the planet, says new research commissioned by the journal The Lancet. The findings, presented earlier this week by researchers from the University of London and 37 specialists in 16 countries, say that by ...read more
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It's no surprise that dehydration is bad news – for skin, for hair, not to mention for general health and wellbeing. But when it comes to how much water is necessary to combat dehydration, experts are a bit more divided. “There are major gaps in knowledge related to measurement ...read more
Kombucha is everywhere these days. This fermented beverage, thought to have originated in Japan or China, was once found only in health food stores. Today you can find it in nearly every grocery store and even gas stations. But is all kombucha created equally? Likely not. Here ...read more
Antioxidants are some of the most touted substances in the health food world, combatting early signs of aging, disease, and even premature death. This group of substances is made up of different vitamins, minerals, and flavonoids, including vitamins C and E, manganese, selenium, ...read more
Wooden spoons are ubiquitous kitchen tools, and yet they’re not all created alike. It turns out that the same care we take with choosing and cleaning our wooden cutting boards is just as essential with wooden spoons and spatulas to ensure that they remain strong for years to ...read more