Article Archive for Healthy Home

The first sign of autumn for many of us isn’t a yard full of leaves. It’s sneezes, sniffles and a hyperawareness of germs,...
Last week I put together a roundup of eco-holiday recipes — and this week’s a roundup of how to use up the leftovers to make your...
There is no good logic that can explain to the consumer why formaldehyde — a chemical that is classified as a carcinogen by the...
Choosing to go green in your home can be as easy as choosing to recycle a can instead of throwing it away or choosing an energy...
Lisa Sharkey and Paul Gleicher transformed their Manhattan brownstone into an eco-smart, eco-fabulous home. They write about...
There's more to fear on Halloween than the ghosts and goblins haunting the streets. The number of jack-o-lanterns that end up in...
The "organic" designation doesn’t exist in the furniture category in the same way it's used in labeling food and clothing. While...
Some months back, I mentioned I was hunting for a green mattress; I promised to keep you updated on the results of the organic...
I used to be a card-carrying member of Greenpeace. Long before I was a mom, Greenpeace helped form my activist, power-to-the-...
I’m just your average 20-year-old college junior, except I have a lifetime (literally) of green living behind me. My mother,...