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By Alia Hoyt
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Biophilia is the idea that humans possess an innate tendency to seek connections with nature, and it can help us to transform the way we live.
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Eco-friendly options that make your house a home.
I've been thinking about extra shampoo ever since I sent a box of random bars of hotel soap and shampoo bottles to Clean the World, a smart and admirable non-profit that sends unused soap and shampoo to people at risk of acute infection and disease due to lack of soap.