As many as 2,000 chemicals may be involved in making the clothes in your closet. They include pesticides, toxic dyes, and formaldehyde — a known carcinogen used as a mildew preventive in the fashion world (and as an embalming agent in the funeral industry).
Listen in as Experience Life discusses biomedicine with Daphne Miller, MD.
A modern anecdote to encourage you to be aware of what’s happening in your environment — and take action when needed.
Garden produce provides nutritional benefits, but the very act of digging in the dirt nurtures mind, body, and soul.
Air pollution is now considered the world’s largest environmental health risk, taking the blame for an estimated seven million premature deaths in 2012, the World Health Organization said.
On Tuesday, March 22, we recognize the important role that water plays in the health of our planet and our bodies.
The New York Times bestselling author talks to us about her new book and why the health of our soil determines the health of our planet.
Editorial Intern Casie Leigh Lukes recaps her recent project of sewing her first pair of underwear out of a t-shirt.