Years-long study finds city dwellers in tree-shaded neighborhoods experience less psychological distress and enjoy better general health.
We all trail a personal cloud of bacteria, viruses, fungi, plant particles, chemicals and even microscopic animals.
It is never too late to lower your risk factors for dementia, but the time to start is now.
Indoor foliage reduces stress, improves indoor air quality and increases productivity.
Researchers say cyclists and walkers who live in air-polluted cities should aim for optimal speeds.
An environment with fewer pollutants will help keep childhood asthma in check—and reduce the need for medication.
Open floor plans are in style for today's kitchen—but they could encourage overeating by removing our barriers to food.
Several factors—including economics, climate and population—are all likely contributors, experts say.
Sarah Chartier chose a vegan lifestyle for a healthier planet, and she feels healthier, too.
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