Health + Wellness
As the ecological crisis continues to worsen over the years, many of us are experiencing high levels of stress, shock, and grief. Here are six forms of ecotherapy that can help.
Baths are one of life’s simple pleasures. But a few key details can make your bathroom just as calming as any good spa.
Losing a job is always hard, but it’s especially daunting during these trying circumstances. The good news? You’re not alone. Here are a few ideas to help get you through this.
Making hand sanitizer from ingredients found in your bathroom cabinet preserves needed resources for our health care institutions and workers. All you need is three simple ingredients. Here is our DIY recipe and don't forget to moisturize.
Whether you’re looking to improve your sleep, mental acuity, mood, or overall wellness, the importance of incorporating some type of fitness into our daily lives can’t be denied.
Your lymphatic system holds the keys to the immune system kingdom. Treat yours right, and you unlock all kinds of efficiency in your body’s systems. Use it and abuse it, and you could be dealing with all kinds of random symptoms that cramp your style.
We’ve all heard an earful in recent years of the benefits of a plant-based diet. From supporting better health to supporting a more sustainable ecosystem, cutting back on meat has been shown to have a wealth of benefits.
If you could stop throwing toothpaste tubes away every month, would you give toothpaste tablets a shot? This writer tried them for a few weeks — here’s her take on this new zero waste toothpaste sensation that’s sweeping the nation.
So, you’re sold on the concept of fermented foods… but what exactly are they? Why would anyone eat fermented cabbage or drink old tea? Turns out, these foods go back thousands of years and span a variety of cultures.
Why should you give your skin some love post-burn? Besides providing some comfort during a very uncomfortable time, by caring for your burn, you can support faster healing and lessen some of the damage done.
Did you know the average American consumes 152 pounds of sugar in a single year? Staggering, isn’t it? That’s up from the meager two pounds Americans ate two hundred years ago.