Essential oils are like the experimental jazz of health and beauty: you know you could probably enjoy — and benefit — from using them, but they’re a little bit daunting.
For many decades sodium fluoride, commonly abbreviated to “fluoride,” stood unchallenged as a miracle chemical that protected people from tooth decay.
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Cities across the U.S. have banned plastic, single-use straws in an effort to be more environmentally-friendly.
For most people in America, ideas of travel-sized toiletries are predicated upon privileges we often take for granted.
When Public Goods Founder Morgan Hirsh was a kid growing up in Montreal, he wanted to be a ninja.
Since I was about 5 years old, I have been eating Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios most days of my life.
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Dieting has always been a trend in America, and keto seems to be the trendiest of the trend.
To ensure you don’t mentally mispronounce anything while reading this article, I wanted to start by clearing up a common misconception: It’s not La Kwah or La Krah.