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Mercury in fish and dental fillings. Lead in old paint. Cadmium and arsenic in industrial wastes. There’s a lot of talk about heavy-metal toxins these days. But how worried should you be, really? And what can you do to protect yourself?
Clear air. Clean water. Clean Earth. What’s good for the planet is good for you! Here’s how to make your life a little more eco-friendly.
Looking to improve the palatability of your fitness routine? Maybe you need a side of social interaction — and a standing date for dinner.
One of America’s most celebrated chefs gives credit where credit is due – to the growers of high-quality food, to the land that gave it life and to the myriad efforts that bring it to our table.
Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) may be the most meaningful consumer trend you’ve never heard of. Are you part of it?
Meet a new breed of athlete — fitness lovers who are leading the charge to protect and preserve access to the natural environments on which their favorite sports depend.
Snorkelers who’ve seen the world’s coral reefs up close know these fragile ecosystems are endangered. Fortunately, many enthusiasts are joining efforts to bring the damage to a stop.
Get ready to learn, grow and reach your goals! Partner with your peers to achieve your full potential – and have some fun while you’re at it.
By getting outdoors – and getting smarter about health and fitness – Ron Fletcher changed his habits and his life path.
Road riding is a great outdoor fitness activity. But it requires some cycling savvy – and some basic safety smarts.
Did winter lay waste to your exercise regimen? Take some tips for a safe, smart return to your fitness routine.
Toxic chemicals in your workout environment can invite allergy- or flu-like symptoms that cause your fitness efforts to fizzle. Here’s how to identify and avoid potential risks.
For storing food and toting beverages, plastics are hard to beat. But not all plastics are right — or safe — for all jobs.
My first glimpse into the connection between personal health and planetary health came when I was a little kid, maybe 8 years old.
Over the past several years I’ve gradually been making changes in the area of green living.