In honor of Black History Month, we wanted to celebrate black women who have become role models not only for their leadership, but also for their role in researching, exploring and protecting the planet.
How bad is bad when it comes to plastic water bottle pollution? Pretty bad. Americans buy 29 billion water bottles a year. For every six bottles people buy, only one is recycled. That leads to a big problem given the fact that it takes at least up to 1,000 years for every single bottle to decompose, leaking pollutants into our soil and water along the way. Yuck!
The average American adult makes approximately 35,000 decisions a day. It starts the minute we wake up! Snooze or shower? Jeans or shorts? Coffee or tea? Here is everything you need to know about stainless steel water bottle benefits and why choosing a water bottle is one of the decisions you may want to make carefully.
Each year, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) releases a report regarding which fruits and vegetables contain the most pesticides. The Dirty Dozen list, as well as the Clean 15 list that accompanies it, are great resources to help us understand when it’s most important to choose organic.
Taking a few extra minutes each morning to do a hot towel scrub can open pores to release stored toxins, promote circulation, and relieve stress and muscle tension – and those are just a few of the hot towel scrub benefits.
Is exercise the fountain of youth? Research shows that exercise’s powerful impact on our physical and mental health can in fact slow down the aging process. Here’s how exercise makes you younger, one cell at a time.
Has your main squeeze sent you roses? Don’t toss them! Here’s everything you need to know about how to make rose water and how the ancient remedy can help you with everything from blemishes to stress relief and more.
Anxiety disorders affect approximately 40 million adults and are the most common mental illness in the U.S. Next time you’re feeling anxious, rely on these nutritional strategies and foods that reduce stress.