COVID-19 continues to present challenges this season—but you can still enjoy the festivities with a few precautions top of mind.
Breathing polluted air causes oxidative stress and inflammation, which could lead to loss of bone mass.
Cuts in pollution lead to widespread improvements in human health—including fewer cases of asthma and a lower risk of heart problems.
While the greenery is good for you, a properly ventilated home is far more effective at boosting air quality.
A new study looks at 33 people who developed this rare cancer as a result of possible asbestos exposure in powder.
Occasional checkups on fire alarms, cleaning supplies and furnace filters make for a home that's safe, clean and comfortable.
Summer draws nigh, bringing with it a host of troubles for those with asthma and allergies.
With vigilance and some well-planned actions, you can reduce your family's exposure to seasonal irritants.
Fungus on the walls might contribute to 'sick building syndrome.'
Study finds gains in employee productivity.