Turns out there’s more to cozying up with a steaming mug of hot chocolate than the nostalgia of it all. There’s research that shows that cocoa has a number of health benefits and several disease-fighting properties. But we have 4… Read More >
The gift giving season is upon us and the pressure is on to find the perfect toys for the special children in your life. Even with all the choices out there, it might be harder than you think to find a toy that is both fun and educational, and that is also safe for kids.
A home gym is a great option for daily exercise, not only for comfort and convenience, but also because you can control the indoor air quality yourself.
Increasingly popular holiday gift ideas include health-conscious gym memberships and juicers. But if you want something that can really change someone’s home and life for the better, start with the gift of clean air.
Fall allergies don’t get the same headlines as those in spring and summer, but this time of year can be especially bad for those who are allergic to mold and ragweed pollen. Check out a few lesser known triggers to be aware of this time of year.
Research shows a strong association between practicing gratitude and overall wellness for both physical and mental health. To kickstart a spirit of thankfulness in your home, create a gratitude jar.
Since it got its start in 2009, the mission of the Little Free Library has grown strong and become the world’s largest book sharing movement.
Are essential oil diffusers effective against dry air? We asked Nurse Kate to find out.
The allure of cozying up by a crackling fireplace on a cold winter’s day is hard to resist. However, fireplaces-- as well as wood and gas stoves-- release dangerous pollutants into the air that can greatly affect the indoor air quality in your home.
We’ve piled up a bunch of ideas for some of the best ways to spend this glorious time of year with the ones you love.