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How to take care of your hair this winter

During cold weather, doing less to your hair will benefit it more.

Swedish fitness trend of ‘plogging’ is amazingly awesome

Leave it to the Swedes to combine physical fitness with PICKING UP LITTER!

Millennials are buying less outdoor gear

Sales have dropped in the past year, as young buyers show a preference for less specialized, more versatile items.

Can taxing ‘bad’ foods improve public health?

When citizens are unable to stay healthy, cash-strapped governments are forced to consider drastic measures.

This natural latex mattress offers a dreamy, chemical-free sleep

Unlike conventional mattresses, which contain petroleum-based synthetics, this all-natural mattress by Latex for Less is as clean and green as they come.

How to make your own herbal tea blends

Put kitchen scraps and spices to good use in these soothing, healing concoctions, perfect for a wintry day.

Study: Second hand toys pose risks to childrens’ health

“Reuse” is usually a good motto; this study reminds parents to take care in the case of toys originally sold in yesteryears. We offer some tips for selecting safer used toys.

Our cities and our diet are killing us; it’s time to change both

Nick Cohen of the Guardian explains why we need to change what we eat and how we get around.

Why animal testing in cosmetics will soon be a thing of the past

Dr. Catherine Willett explains how advances in biology are finally allowing ethics to catch up with science.

Urban shrooming: This startup is putting mini mushroom farms inside restaurants

The urban farming scene is diversifying, and instead of growing veggies and greens, Smallhold is fruiting fungi in minifarms located right in the restaurants where they’ll be served.