2/25/2015 10:01:00 AM
There is something special about finding the perfect soap. Learn more about which soap is ideal for your long-term skin health.
1/31/2014 11:00:00 AM
Start living healthy with our tips for getting well and staying well.
12/18/2013 10:47:00 AM
Learn the facts about antibacterial soap, what the FDA has to say about it and how you can make your own simple soap.
5/30/2013 9:30:00 AM
Overuse of hand sanitizers can lead to antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Here’s why you should keep hand sanitizer and endocrine disruptors such as triclosan out of the classroom.
6/15/2012 3:23:21 PM
Although not a serious problem, if left untreated, bacterial or viral pink eye can cause serious damage. Speed up recovery with these natural home remedies for pink eye!
2/22/2012 12:36:59 PM
Relieve pain, reduce inflammation and treat cases of otitis media and otitis externa (swimmer’s ear) with these natural remedies for ear infections.
1/18/2012 4:05:29 PM
Foods and herbs with natural antibiotic powers keep our immune systems healthy. Check out these antibacterial foods and antibacterial herbs!
7/8/2011 3:28:00 PM
A well-known member of the mint family, peppermint has been used since ancient times to treat a number of ailments, including upset stomachs, skin irritations and more.
5/23/2011 12:40:19 PM
I recently came across a new website, Fight Germs Now. The site’s primary focus is to alleviate concern about the safety and effectiveness of antibacterial soaps. However, I’d like to scream from the rooftops, “Antibacterial soaps aren’t necessary!”
7/29/2010 4:49:53 PM
The Natural Resources Defense Council has filed a lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration to get the government agency to finalize a law banning triclosan and triclocarban, two chemicals commonly found in antibacterial products.
7/20/2010 10:56:00 AM
Naturally sweet and healing, honey has uses in the pantry, the medicine cabinet and the beauty drawer. Discover the health and beauty secrets of honey with these four uses for honey.
4/15/2010 3:32:28 PM
Up to 75 percent of antibacterial products carry triclosan and triclocarban, hormone-disrupting chemicals that affect brain and nervous system development.