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Japanese officials admit partial nuclear meltdown now underway at nuke power plants

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
March 13 – Contradicting earlier reports that claimed the Fukushima nuclear power plant suffered no reactor core damage, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano today admitted that a “partial core meltdown” is now underway…

Help support those devastated by the massive quake, tsunami in Japan

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
March 13 – By now, most everyone is aware of the massive and devastating 8.9 earthquake that recently hit off the east coast city of Honshu, Japan, and the monstrous tsunami that followed. Combined with continuing aftershocks…

FDA grants monopoly over preterm labor prevention drug: 15,000 percent price increase then announced

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
March 13 – Still think the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has your best interests in mind? According to new reports, the agency has arbitrarily decided to grant exclusive approval to KV Pharmaceutical to produce…

Skin cancer group ridiculously says never expose your skin to natural sunlight

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
March 13 – Exposing skin to natural sunlight every day is the best way for the body to receive adequate levels of health-promoting and disease-preventing vitamin D. But in what can only be described as carrying on a legacy…

Twelve-year-old girl suffering from painful rickets because mom smothered her in sunscreen

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
March 13 – A 12-year-old girl living on the Isle of Wright in southern Britain developed a severe vitamin D deficiency verging on rickets because her mother never let her go outside without sunscreen on. Rickets is…

Nuclear reactor meltdown narrowly averted at the Fukushima power plant near Tokyo

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
March 12 – Media reports are now saying that the possible nuclear plant meltdown at the Fukushima power plant in Japan has been narrowly averted. CSMonitor.com is reporting that the core containment structure holding the…

Facebook group helps mothers share breast milk

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
March 12 – Mothers who have a difficult time producing breast milk for their babies — or those who produce more than they need and want to share it with other mothers — can now make a connection through Facebook, thanks…

Multiple studies link autism to mercury, which is still present in most flu vaccines

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
March 12 – Despite recommendations made by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 1999 that Thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative, be removed from vaccines, the toxic chemical is still added to the…

Exercise-induced cell regrowth critical to reducing stress, improving health

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
March 12 – For many years, the medical community denied the possibility that adult brain cells could regrow. But researchers now know that neurogenesis, the process of brain cell regeneration, does occur, and it plays…

Eat spinach for bigger muscles, better cell performance

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
March 12 – Popeye was right; eating spinach really does help build muscle strength and improve cellular function, according to a new study released by the Swedish medical school Karolinska Institutet. A follow-up to a…

Experimental rooftop reactor generates liquid fuel from sunlight

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
March 12 – Researchers have designed a device that uses solar power to produce the components of liquid fuels, mimicking the process by which plants convert sunlight into sugar to fuel their own cells. Although solar…

The Stress of Inequality and its Powerful Effect on Health

By Mitchell Rabin
March 12 – We know that there are many spokes in the wheel of wellness and ways to achieve it, the way to be it, requires that we be the hub of many of them. Our lifestyle choices of healthy food, water, exercise and sleep are paramount…

Twelve unsustainable things that will soon come to a disastrous end on our planet

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
March 11 – If you look around what’s really happening in our world today, there’s an inescapable pattern that curiously emerges: Much of what’s going on is simply unsustainable. It can’t go on for much longer, in other…

Guatemalans to sue US government for secretly infecting them with syphilis

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
March 11 – Last fall, it became widely public that the US government deliberately infected roughly 700 Guatemalans with syphilis in a 1940s experiment on the effectiveness of penicillin (http://www.naturalnews.com/029924_medical_experiments_Guatemala…

Maine town becomes first to declare food sovereignty

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
March 11 – The town of Sedgwick, Maine, currently leads the pack as far as food sovereignty is concerned. Local residents recently voted unanimously at a town hall meeting to pass an ordinance that reinforces its citizens’…

Woman arrested for salvaging perfectly good food dumped on street corner

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
March 11 – When Sasha Hall, a 21-year-old woman from England, was approached by police officers for trying to salvage some of the 3,000 pounds of perfectly-good food that had been dumped on the street following a power…

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