Health and Wellness
Just in time for hectic back-to-school schedules, Green Giant Frozen Steamers is kicking off the 'Fresh Take on What to Make' campaign in partnership with beloved celebrity chef and TV host Gina Neely.
Three small business winners were announced today for Green America’s quarterly “People & Planet Award,” which recognizes innovative small US businesses that deeply integrate environmental and social considerations into their strategies and operations.
According to the US Census Bureau, there are about 46.5 million people, or approximately 15 percent of the population, in poverty. More than 22,000 walkers and runners are preparing to get moving to help eliminate poverty, one step at a time.
The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety (PPAHS) released today four lessons learned from the death of comedian Joan Rivers.
The recent death of Joan Rivers is a reminder that even "minor" procedures can have major risks and "hidden harm."
From coast to coast, thousands of families in need have benefited from milk donations to The Great American Milk Drive, the first nationwide program to deliver highly desired and nutrient-rich gallons of milk to hungry families who need it.
Adding to a long list of health benefits, the growers of Natural Delights Medjool Dates today announced that the country’s top-selling dates have also been certified as a heart-healthy food by the American Heart Association’s Heart-Check Food Certification Program.
Research published in the journal Nutrition and Metabolic Insights found that regular consumption of mango by obese adults may lower blood sugar levels and does not negatively impact body weight.
In the wake of last year's overwhelming global support, Helen Woodward Animal Center is uniting with animal-lovers and animal welfare organizations worldwide for the 2nd Annual Remember Me Thursday global pet adoption awareness campaign.
As the new school year kicks off, parents across the country are helping their kids excel in the classroom by caring for their smiles.
Even during the last weeks of summer, it's important to remember children and pets are at greater risk of being infected with Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases such as anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis, or Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Because people and their pets often spend time in the same environments where Lyme and other disease-transmitting ticks are found