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Mainstream media regurgitates exact same news on Fukushima, word for word

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
April 10 – Where can you go to find “trusted” news about Fukushima? Well according to Google News, only the mainstream sources are “trusted” these days. That’s why they’ve removed nearly all alternative news sites from…

Common amphetamine drugs linked to Parkinson’s disease

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
April 10 – A new study to be presented at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology says that users of amphetamine drugs like benzedrine and dexedrine have a heightened risk of developing Parkinson’s…

Many Eco-friendly bulbs contain toxic chemicals

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
April 10 – Though the notion now borders on political incorrectness among many environmentalists, the simple incandescent light bulb is still the cleanest, most non-toxic form of consumer lighting available. A new study…

Extreme weather taking a huge toll on global food production

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
April 9 – An increase in the prevalence of extreme weather events due to global warming will seriously affect global food production worldwide, climate and agriculture experts are increasingly warning. “Climate change…

Seventy-five percent of prostate cancer cases treated with aggressive drugs and surgery — even when it’s useless to do so

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
April 9 – More than 75 percent of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are treated aggressively, even though most prostate cancers are slow-growing and will never pose a risk to a man’s life, according to a study conducted…

New study – You can literally spice up your love life with spices

By Sherry Baker, Health Sciences Editor
April 9 – Drugs for pumping up sex lives come with a long list of potentially bothersome and even dangerous side effects. But scientists from the University of Guelph have come up with evidence natural aphrodisiacs…

Pharmaceutical drugs causing spike in diseases they supposedly treat

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
April 9 – A recent U.S. News & World Report piece highlights new studies that point to serious problems down the road for the over-medicated population. According to reports, more than 60 percent of American adults now…

Poor doctor communication leads patients to choose dangerous treatments

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
April 9 – Several new studies out of Massachusetts suggest that medical patients often misinterpret what their doctors tell them and opt for drug and surgery treatments without understanding the risks involved. But the…

Colgate accused of stealing, patenting ancient Indian toothpaste formula

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
April 9 – Highly-populated, developing nations like India are the target of many Western corporations because these countries represent a brand new avenue for reaping huge profits. And corporations often unscrupulously…

Last-minute budget deal narrowly avoids the Big Government shutdown America desperately needs to balance its budget

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
April 9 – The difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is that the Democrats want to spend us into oblivion while the Republicans only want to spend us into purgatory. The idea of actually running a balanced…

New study says plant-based foods help prevent cancer

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
April 9 – Researchers from the University of Minnesota Hormel Institute now admit that plant-based foods are highly beneficial in helping to prevent cancer, particularly among those who have the highest risk of developing…

You’re not alone: How underestimating others’ negative feelings can increase your own

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
April 9 – Do you ever feel like everyone else is always having fun and enjoying life while you feel dull and uninteresting? Or perhaps you sometimes feel as though you are the only one with any real problems while everyone…

Scientists develop smart phone device that lets users detects their own cancer tumors

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
April 9 – First it was STDs, now it is chronic diseases. Scientists, this time from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, have come up with a new smart phone device that they say can successfully detect the…

Scientists issue urgent world-wide warning on bacteria with superbug gene

By S. L. Baker, features writer
April 8 – Nuclear meltdowns. Oil spills. More strife in Africa and the Middle East. GMO tainted crops. So what else could happen? Unfortunately, another problem has surfaced that has scientists calling for the “urgent…

The Fukushima Dictionary of Physics Terminology (satire)

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
April 8 – Does all the physics terminology from Fukushima news reports have your head spinning? Have no fear, NaturalNews readers: I’ve assembled this handy dandy dictionary of all the terms you need to know to follow…

D-Feat Breast Cancer Campaign recruits salons to help promote the message that vitamin D helps prevent breast cancer

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
April 8 – The 2011 D-Feat Breast Cancer Campaign, an initiative of the Vitamin D Council, is now in full force as the group works to raise awareness about natural ways in which to prevent breast cancer. One of the primary…

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