Affording your pet’s care during hard economic times can be challenging, but a number of organizations are ready to help pet owners who need support.
Community gardens and front-lawn vegetable patches have become more commonplace over the past decade, yielding positive benefits to those participating in them.
A new breed of public transportation, bike sharing programs are transforming the commutes of thousands of people from coast to coast. Are bike share programs revolutionizing our way of life? And is that a good thing?
Author and Wellness Expert Dr. Kathy Gruver answers some common questions about genetically modified foods.
Over a third of American households contain at least one firearm. How many of those are handled safely?
Dr. David Tolin from the Institute of Living dispels some common myths about mental illness.
The EPA now considers poor indoor air quality to be a top risk to public health.
On average, organically grown produce costs up to 100 percent more. But is it actually healthier?
Over 70 percent of the time a minor is killed by a gun, the gun used was housed in that minor’s own home.
Cost and level of security don’t necessarily correspond when installing a new home security system.
This spring, runny eyes and a stuffed up nose may not be the result of seasonal allergens.
Over 1.5 million children are homeschooled by their parents in the U.S.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification can offer big costs, and big savings.
Despite its green reputation, is composting more costly than it’s worth?
Do universities really need spa-like gyms and dorms that could pass for luxury hotels?