193 Articles in Nature
As the largest study of its kind, researchers analyzed nine longitudinal studies across seven countries, dealing with over eight million people.
As if we needed another reason to hate pollution.
Public lands and public health are inextricably linked.
Plant enthusiasts, proceed with caution.
Bees have immune systems, too.
Happy World Animal Day!
The pros (and potential cons) of the EPA's new animal testing ban.
Did you know we BREATHE more microplastics than we eat?
Alaska, Siberia, the Canary Islands, and the Amazon rainforest are all up in flames. Here's what that means for you.
It's even more important in light of the recent IPCC report.
We're demanding more organically produced goods than ever, but still less than 1% of all American farmland is certified organic.
Step into Khoo Teck Puat in Singapore.
Consider the days of showing up to work soaking wet behind you.
But we could all play a role in protecting it.
Mission of the day: Spend time surrounded by flowers.
"We sustain our lives by sustaining Mother Earth."
Boxed Water's 30-Day Zero Plastic Bottle Challenge tests the limits.
Turns out, a good long walk is a wellness ritual all its own.
Because we could all use some more greenery in our lives.
When you need a momentary "time out," the natural world can come to the rescue.