Edible Water Bottles May Be Available Soon

Ample water is essential to optimal health, but plastic water bottles are widely known as an irresponsible means of staying hydrated. That's why scientists are looking for new and innovative ways to get our fill of this liquid glory without plastic.

Startling Discovery Sheds New Light On The Health Hazards Of Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is such an important part of our everyday lives that we hardly realize it's there. But one thing that might surprise you about your wireless router is that it's continuously putting off radiation.

Coconut Vinegar: The Best Of Both Worlds

When it comes to the latest health food trend, apple cider vinegar may have some competition. It turns out that coconut vinegar provides the health benefits of rich coconuts and nutrient-dense raw vinegar all in one tasty product.

The Problem With Scented Candles

Whether you're creating a spa sanctuary at home or enjoying dinner by candlelight, candles make for an inviting atmosphere. But did you know that scented candles emit a host of dangerous chemicals that may have a negative impact on your health over time?

It’s a Sign: Learn To Read the Stickers On Your Fruit

Whether you accidentally bite into one or cut one up in your fruit salad, those pesky little stickers found on your favorite fruit can be a nuisance. But did you know that they have a real purpose?

Reduce Your Risk Of Cancer In the Home

Did you know that 90 to 95 percent of cancer is preventable? From your kitchen to your beauty cabinet, to choosing safe furniture and even making your own cleaning products, you can improve your odds. Cancer prevention just got a whole lot easier.

The Key to Creative Composting This Fall

Learn the basics of composting and how to turn your nutrient rich leaves and kitchen scraps into garden gold. There's no better time to get composting than this fall.

World, Meet Coffee Flour, Your New Best Friend

Coffee production yields a large amount of a byproduct called coffee pulp. Sometimes the pulp is used as fertilizer but many times it ends up in our waterways. Thankfully, one man thinks he's found a way to put the pulp to work.

Laura Lynn Klein