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Banned toxic chemicals found in 100 percent of pregnant women – new study

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 17 – A new study from the University of California, San Francisco reveals that 100 percent of expectant mothers (sample size = 268) are contaminated with highly toxic synthetic chemicals. The study, published in…

Drug used for male pattern baldness makes men impotent, grows man boobs

By S. L. Baker, features writer
January 17 – Here’s a story that shows how the “cure” truly can be worse than the disease. Specifically, it’s a true life horror story of how a Big Pharma drug prescribed frequently for totally benign conditions can produce…

Bill Gates wants to register all new babies on the planet for vaccines

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
January 17 – Bill Gates is promoting a plan to use wireless technology to register every newborn on the planet in a vaccine database. In a keynote address to the mHealth Summit, which focuses on using mobile technology…

Feds forced to stop planting GMOs in all refuges in 12 Northeast states

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 17 – A federal lawsuit filed by several conservation and food safety groups has led to a ban on any further plantings of genetically-modified organisms (GMO) in all U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) refuges in 12…

Why most natural disasters aren’t natural at all

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 16 – From the point of view of many humans, the term “natural disaster” is a convenient scapegoat because it allow a person (or a whole nation) to blame nature for their own poor planning. Wherever we find so-called…

Bananas, herbs may help prevent HIV transmission

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 16 – A study published in the March 19, 2010, issue of The Journal of Biological Chemistry found that banana lectins, the proteins that bind to sugars, also bind to HIV-infected cells and prevent their replication…

Global warming researchers says eating bugs better for environment than eating meat

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 16 – Researchers from Wageningen University in the Netherlands say that insects produce far less greenhouse gases than cattle and pigs do, and would thus be a viable alternative to eating meat. Published in the journal…

B vitamins proven to slow progression of dementia, Alzheimer’s

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
January 16 – Mega-doses of B vitamins may significantly slow brain shrinkage and slow the progression of dementia, according to a study conducted by researchers from Oxford University and published in the journal PLoS One…

Study reveals top ten violence-inducing prescription drugs

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 15 – The Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) recently published a study in the journal PLoS One highlighting the worst prescription drug offenders that cause patients to become violent. Among the top-ten…

Researchers discover oldest yet known remains of winery in Armenia

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 15 – Archeologists from the University of California, Los Angeles, (UCLA) recently uncovered an ancient wine-making facility in an Armenian cave that they say dates back roughly 6,000 years. The facility — complete…

Infant formula manufacturers routinely violate marketing rules in Africa

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
January 15 – Infant formula companies regularly promote their products in violation international standards adopted to protect infant health, an article on AllAfrica.com charges. So widely accepted are the benefits of…

Grandmother dies from swine flu soon after receiving swine flu vaccine

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 14 – A 68-year-old UK grandmother named Eleanor Carruthers has died from the swine flu. Importantly, she was given the swine flu vaccine shot several months ago and was told the shot would offer her absolute protection…

FDA Deputy Commissioner tough on medical devices resigns

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 14 – After serving less than two years as the Deputy Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Joshua Sharfstein recently announced that he is resigning from his position at the agency to become…

A new measure of intelligence: Big-picture thinking trumps narrow-minded expertise

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 14 – Observing the various realms of science, medicine, experts and world events, I’ve come to the conclusion that our modern definition of “intelligence” (IQ) is seriously lacking. The label of “high IQ” is typically…

90 percent of Americans are nutrient deficient, but processed milk is not the answer

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 14 – The Milk Processor Education Program Dairy Research Institute recently released a study entitled “What America’s Missing: A 2011 Report on the Nation’s Nutrient Gap,” revealing that 90 percent of Americans are…

Treat chronic hives with vitamin D, says university study

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 14 – Researchers from the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) have found that vitamin D plays an important role in mitigating chronic hives. Jill Poole, M.D., and her colleagues observed that patients with…

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