What we were talking about this week…
It isn't just tea for wusses: Drinking warm water with lemon really is a radical health boost.
Food-safety news to squawk about: USDA wants
to process more chicken with fewer inspectors . They'll just try to avoid foodborne illness using industry-funded inspections and potentially toxic antimicrobial sprays.
Gisele Bündchen and NFL'er Tom Brady built a model green home—complete with a graywater system and a koi-stocked moat (yes, moat).
Can we can the BPA already? A new report finds that prenatal exposure to BPA is way worse than exposure during childhood.
Fracking Crimes: After Exxon is charged with dumping toxic fracking wastewater into a river, company representatives say the legal action could "discourage good environmental practices, such as recycling." Huh?
Broccoli, the super-est super food, may soon wind up in your sunscreen bottle.
To scan or not to scan? A new study shows some benefit for younger women. (Confused much?)
Published on: September 12, 2013
Updated on: September 13, 2013