Oranges–or more specifically, orange peels–are a great nontoxic, DIY tool for deterring pests in your garden.
Warning to New Home Buyers and Remodeling Consumers: A new scientific study has uncovered a whopping 55 toxic chemicals inside U.S. homes.
A new study has found that eating ultra-processed foods can increase the likelihood of a subsequent, more likely fatal heart attack–or stroke–in individuals who have already suffered an initial heart attack.
A new investigative study conducted by Consumer Reports has uncovered potentially dangerous chemicals in commonly used herbs and spices.
Weeds are a reality for many property owners. Also a reality: Commercial weedkillers contain toxic chemicals many people want to avoid. The solution? Use effective, nontoxic, DIY weedkillers. Here are some tried-and-true options.
How to identify ultra-processed foods, processed foods, minimally processed foods and unprocessed foods using the NOVA four classifications of food system.
Skip the chemicals of concern in synthetic food dyes and make your own nontoxic food coloring using these natural ingredients.
The 2021 report on the produce with the highest amounts of toxic pesticides is out. See the list along with our recipes for effective, low-cost DIY pesticide removers.
Recent research shows catnip compounds to be at least as effective as synthetic insect repellents such as DEET. Sound crazy? Not really.
U.S. congressional investigators found “dangerous levels of toxic heavy metals” in certain baby foods that could cause neurological damage.