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How does one go about choosing the healthiest products at the grocery store? A new database can help.
Foods with added vitamins and minerals may seem like a healthy option to supplement a diet, but it turns out that the added nutrients can be harmful to consumers -- especially young children, senior citizens and pregnant women.
Children's cereals contain too much sugar and can contribute as much as 10 pounds of sugar to a child's diet a year, according to a new report.
The U.S. consumes 50 billion water bottles year year; 75 percent end up in a landfill. Could an "edible bottle" solve this problem?
The Environmental Working Group is out with its lists of the "Dirty Dozen" fruits and vegetables and its "Clean Fifteen."
With the sun beating down in this extreme heat, it's important for you -- and your kids -- to wear sunscreen. But what sunscreen is effective and safe for both you and the environment?
Since we were children, we've been reminded about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. So, if you've been doing just that, give yourself a pay on the back.
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