This Thanksgiving, pass the potatoes with an extra helping of gratitude at your dinner table.
Change the way you see food with foraging by embracing the plants and animals around you.
Have you ever thought that your relationships could make you live a green life? A study shows that socializing could lead to a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
Spending quiet time in wooded areas is viewed as good medicine in Japan, and the practice—Shinrin-yoku—is catching on here.
Findings suggest that dogs process verbal content separately from emotional parts of speech, meaning your canine best friend actually pays attention to you.
A recent study found that breathtaking scenery can bring positive health benefits.
A number of states are arguing that teacher training programs should fall under longstanding laws that guide vocational or post-secondary education.
The Mediterranean diet’s heavy-duty antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers may lead to a longer, healthier life.
Those wristbands worn to support favorite charities may one day double as a bellwether for environmental chemicals.
Try a new take on spring cleaning. These three simple steps will help you clear your living space to clear your mind.
This sweet maple water is packed with minerals to fortify and strengthen your bones. YJ put the new health trend to the test.
Bring your gratitude to life with a simple note. How this little act of kindness is proving to have larger benefits.
Craving a chance of scenery? Head to the peaks of North Carolina for a rejuvenating yoga vacation.