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Why grow marigolds? Mosquitoes hate them!

5/6/2015 6:44:39 PM - Marigolds are beautiful, strong smelling herbaceous flowers that are widely grown throughout the world. They are very easy to take care of and rarely have problems with pests. They have only a few natural enemies; of these, the most common are frost, slugs, and snails. Fragrant Blooms All Season...

Red Bull addict cures her addiction with the power of hypnosis

5/5/2015 - A British woman who was so addicted to Red Bull that doctors warned her she could have seizures and die if she quit cold turkey was able to quit her habit with just a single session of hypnotherapy, she said. By the time she decided to quit, 31-year-old Sarah Weatherhill was drinking 24 cans of Red...

Tuna company faces criminal charges after cooking employee alive

5/1/2015 - Bumble Bee Foods of San Diego and two of its managers were officially charged on April 27 in the gruesome death of Jose Melena, an employee who was trapped inside an industrial oven. The tragedy occurred back in October 2012 at the tuna plant in Santa Fe Springs, California. According to the report...

Air pollution linked to anxiety symptoms covered up by mind-damaging psych drugs

4/29/2015 - That toxic, smoggy air can harm physical health is nothing new or surprising. It has repeatedly been linked to chronic inflammation and an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases and cancer. New studies, however, suggest that air pollution negatively impacts not only our physical health but mental...

Utility-issued 'smart' meters explode on 5,000 homes after truck rams utility pole

4/28/2015 - Thousands of California residents were left without power recently after their so-called "smart" meters exploded due to an unexpected power surge. According to CBS Sacramento, more than 5,000 homes in the Stockton area were left with blackened, charred, and completely destroyed smart meters after a...

Pesticide-producing GM corn contaminates small farmers' crops in South Africa

4/24/2015 - As biotech experts have warned, genetically modified corn has cross-pollinated with non-GMO strains of maize used by small-time farmers in South Africa, according to a new first-of-its-kind study. Natural Society noted recently that the contaminant now present in Eastern Cape, South Africa, has essentially...

'Formaldehyde in E-cigs' study a HOAX but still published in New England Journal of Medicine

4/23/2015 - It was all a scare tactic to keep smokers away from electronic cigarettes. It was a marketing strategy to retain market share for Big Tobacco. Here's how it went down. Some Portland State University scientists published a "peer-reviewed" letter in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) summarizing...

Why plenty of water is vital to optimum health

4/20/2015 5:41:40 PM - Why and how water is vital to our health The human body is about is 70% water. Newborns are roughly 80% water, and elderly are as little as 50% water. Our muscles are about 75% water. Even our bones, which seem completely solid, are 25% water. Without food, we would eventually die, but without water,...

Vaccine pusher Paul Offit says aluminum supports a healthy fetus - have vaccine fanatics been brain damaged by toxic metals?

4/17/2015 - Maniac vaccine fanatic Paul Offit of Philadelphia Children's Hospital, who believes that a newborn child is capable of sustaining 10,000 vaccinations at once, now says that aluminum is an essential metal that plays an important role in the development of a healthy baby. This grim reaper of the vaccine...

FDA tries to destroy homeopathy - warns doctors, consumers to beware side effects of supposedly 'inert' products

4/16/2015 - Despite the fact that people have turned to homeopathic remedies for hundreds of years and enjoy their health-boosting benefits to this day, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is coming down hard on such products, issuing safety alerts and encouraging people to report any side effects. Wait...

China's massive housing bubble now imploding; economic collapse likely to spread globally

4/15/2015 - Is China getting ready to experience the very same housing collapse that triggered the Great Recession in the United States beginning at the end of 2007? Actually, China's housing bust may be worse, according to recently released data. As reported by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge, Chinese home values...

Paul Offit's vaccine lies deconstructed: A mind-blowing interview with Dr. Suzanne Humphries

4/10/2015 - Suzanne Humphries, MD, is an internal medicine and kidney specialist who received conventional medical education. After seeing mainstream doctors and hospital staff categorically ignore routine vaccine injuries occurring in her patients, Dr. Humphries began researching vaccine science which validated...

Brain-dead mainstream media: 50 ppb of arsenic is dangerous to drink, but 50,000 ppb of mercury is safe to inject into children

4/8/2015 - Last week, the mainstream media erupted with the news that a very small amount of arsenic was detected in California wines. All the usual media participants spread a wave of hysteria that equated California wines with drinking poison: USA Today, San Francisco Gate, Daily Mail, NY Daily News and many...

Ebola news blackout lifted as second wave of Ebola victims being shipped to America

4/8/2015 - A total of 18 people potentially exposed to the Ebola virus while working in Africa have been sent back to the United States for health monitoring, news media have reported. All or nearly all of the people exposed were working for the nonprofit Partners in Health, which has been working to help end...

EXCLUSIVE: Federal judge orders entrepreneur to commit his own Facebook identity theft or go to jail

4/7/2015 - In yet another astonishing example of the expanding insanity of the judicial activism sweeping across America, a federal bankruptcy judge in the Southern District of Texas has ordered an individual to commit his own identity theft on Facebook and violate the Facebook terms of service he has agreed to,...

Scientists use ultrasound waves to eliminate Alzheimer's-related brain plaque

4/3/2015 - Scientists have successfully used ultrasound waves to break up the amyloid plaques in the brains of mice with a form of Alzheimer's disease, in a study conducted by researchers from the University of Queensland in Australia and published in the journal Science Translational Medicine. The intervention...

New investigation: The supplement industry is under attack

4/2/2015 - In February 2015, the New York State attorney general's office - led by state attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman - accused GNC, Target, Walgreens, and Walmart of selling dietary supplements without the ingredients advertised on their labels. Instead, they claim the capsules contained a mixture of...

Food inflation on the rise - list

3/25/2015 - If you've read any economic news lately, you've probably been treated to a host of stories touting a "strong" U.S. recovery, really low unemployment, and very little inflation. And, if you're like most working class Americans, you've probably read those stories while shaking your head in disbelief and...

Mainstream media falls for California wine arsenic HOAX story: wine industry victimized by scientifically illiterate reporting

3/23/2015 - Four residents in California are reportedly suing wine makers for selling products that contain what the lawsuit claims is a "dangerous" level of arsenic. The lawsuit lists 28 California wineries as defendants, including companies like Franzia, Mogen David and Almaden. "According to the lawsuit,"...

Unemployment claims soar as U.S. industry collapses; MSM touts growth in lowest-paying jobs instead

3/21/2015 - According to published reports, the U.S. economy grew by nearly 300,000 jobs in February, making the unemployment rate fall to 5.5 percent - the lowest of President Obama's tenure - so the nation is well on its way to post-Great Recession recovery, right? Not so fast. As reported by USA Today...

Threat of global nuclear war now even higher than during the Cold War

3/20/2015 - Despite the fact that the Cold War ended nearly a quarter of a century ago, the threat of nuclear war is higher today as it was back then, geopolitical analysts and political scientists said at a recent security gathering in Germany. A confluence of events has brought renewed tension between the...

Gluten and inflammatory disorders of the brain and nervous system

3/17/2015 - Gluten is the common protein molecule found in wheat, barley, rye, kamut and spelt. Gluten is a sticky, storage protein that binds to the small intestinal wall where it often causes digestive and immune system disorders. The most common condition associated with a gluten sensitivity is celiac disease...

The CDC's censored statistics: How many children infected by measles were already vaccinated against measles?

3/17/2015 - Just recently during a five-week period in 2015, in fact, from January 1 to February 6, 121 people from 17 states were reported to have measles. In 2013, according to the World Health Organization, there were more than 145,000 measles deaths globally, which equates to about 400 deaths every day. If...

Neo-feudalism on the rise in America as home ownership dies with the middle class

3/12/2015 - You may recall learning a little bit about medieval English feudalism while in World History class in school. It was a governing system introduced by William I, better known as William the Conqueror, in which he divided up land and gave it to "nobles" who fought for him and did well in battle. In essence,...

Vicious vaccine culture war now being waged against informed, intelligent Americans who seek to protect their children from deadly side effects

3/12/2015 - A critically important, heavily-researched article by Barbara Loe Fisher of the NVIC has been published today. Click here for the original, which we are reprinting below. As this article exhaustively documents and reveals, the vaccine war taking place in America today is actually a "culture war"...

Taulman T-glase 3D printing filament selected as the filament of choice for Food Rising grow system objects

3/11/2015 - After months of testing almost every 3D printing filament available today, I am naming Taulman T-glase as the "filament of choice" for printing the food system objects released at FoodRising.org. Food Rising is the non-profit website where you can learn how to make your own non-electric food grow...

Scientists find mysterious DNA from unknown creatures lurking in NYC subways

3/5/2015 - The bizarre sights, pungent smells and largely invisible but ever-present germs that mark the unique New York City subway-riding experience are among the many details cataloged in a new bacterial study that, perhaps not shockingly, made some unsettling discoveries about the types of critters that lurk...

Recently vaccinated children a threat to public health: Evidence shows they can SPREAD disease and CAUSE outbreaks

3/4/2015 - The following announcement appeared on CNBC.com via Globe Newswire. It is extremely well cited and it shatters the lies and propaganda of the vaccine industry -- an industry that's losing the P.R. on every front due to their verbal abuse of vaccine-damaged children, strong-arm intimidation tactics and...

Fukushima radiation spikes 7,000% as contaminated water pours into the ocean

2/26/2015 - Cleanup crews trying to mitigate Japan's never-ending radiation crisis at Fukushima ran into more problems recently after sensors monitoring a drainage gutter detected a huge spike in radiation levels from wastewater pouring into the Pacific Ocean. The Tokyo Electric Power Company says radiation...

British Columbia dumps over 34 million gallons of raw sewage, pesticides and pharmaceuticals into the Pacific every day

2/24/2015 - More than 34 million gallons of raw sewage is pumped off the shores of Victoria, British Columbia, into the Strait of Juan de Fuca daily, polluting the ocean and its ecosystem in ways that are poorly understood by researchers. A report by The Tyee titled, "Victoria's Secret: Dumping Raw Sewage Like...

Natural herbs to improve hormonal regulation during menopause

2/24/2015 - Mid-life can bring about a number of changes for a woman's physiology. A growing number of women experience very drastic hormonal issues as they move into peri-menopause and menopause. Often they complain of low libido, hair loss, weight gain, sluggishness, anxiety, hot flashes and insomnia. Natural...

When MEDICINE becomes MURDER: America's vaccine narrative now mirrors Nazi eugenics propaganda

2/23/2015 - With each passing day as vaccine fanaticism spreads like a virus of the mind across the mainstream media, America is marching down the path of genocide and heinous human rights violations in the name of "SCIENCE!" The very arguments used by today's vaccine pushers to claim that the government should...

Federal judge halts executive amnesty, agrees Obama is causing states to "suffer irreparable harm"

2/22/2015 - A federal judge has ordered the Obama Administration to end its policy of refusing to deport men and women in the country illegally, a sort of "executive amnesty" that had angered congressional conservatives and rankled constitutional scholars. In his ruling, U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen said...

How the Washington Post smears defenders of liberty with dishonest reporting

2/22/2015 - Political correctness. Allowable thought. Approved perspectives. Permitted speech. The political Left has a number of ways in which it seeks to control what Americans think and what they say, as well as how they perceive certain issues. Such techniques are anathema to our constitutional principles,...

Swiss currency shockwave a picnic compared to what's in store for the U.S. dollar - Peter Schiff

2/20/2015 - Worried about its national currency, the franc, losing too much of its value as both it and the euro fall against the U.S. dollar, the Swiss government has recently removed a 2011 cap placed on the franc against the euro to protect it from further losses amid rising global financial pressures. "Recently,...

Drinking soda could cause early menstruation in young girls

2/20/2015 - Young girls who frequently consume sugary drinks such as soda and other drinks with added sugar tend to start their menstrual cycles earlier than those who don't, according to new research that was published in late January in Human Reproduction, one of the world's leading reproductive medicine journals. While...

Have you failed this year?

2/18/2015 - We are already two months into 2015, and the majority of people have already given up on their New Year's resolutions. Not only that, only about 8% of people in the United States will reach their goals -- that's a sobering number -- according to study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology. One...

GMOs invade fruit industry: Apples, pears, cherries and peaches to all become unlabeled GMO

2/14/2015 - Genetically modified apples have been approved by the industry-corrupted USDA, a federal regulator that accomplishes for the biotech industry the same thing the FDA achieves for Big Pharma: unlimited profits, lax regulation and a ready willingness to accept fabricated "science" as fact. "The USDA's...

Top 10 protein-packed plants for survival and a healthy diet

2/14/2015 - As the price of grocery store meat continues to climb and as factory farming pollutes its quality, more people will be looking for alternative sources of protein. If one has the opportunity to raise chickens or rabbits for meat, then they already have an ongoing, self-sufficient survival food plan in...

Food stamp recipients number nearly 50 million for over three years in a row

2/10/2015 5:44:04 PM - The number of Americans receiving taxpayer assistance via the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), otherwise known as food stamps, has surpassed 46 million for 39 straight months, according to data released by the Department of Agriculture (USDA), the department that manages the program. The...

Improve your sleep with these 5 easy tips

2/10/2015 - Sleep consumes around one-third of our lives. At least it should if you wish to be healthy with a strong immune system. But sleep is not just time in bed. The quality of sleep is very important. Studies at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach, Florida, and Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida,...

How vaccine hysteria could spark a totalitarian nightmare

2/5/2015 5:13:29 PM - Gov. Chris Christie has been vilified for making a very simple statement -- that parents (and presumably patients themselves) should have the freedom to choose whether to vaccinate their children. I have been asked for years what I thought about vaccination, so let me lay out the issues. (By Lee Hieb...

Five-year-old girl dies of very same flu strain she was vaccinated against

1/30/2015 - Another youngster has been reported dead after getting a flu shot, the latest victim of an ongoing genocide campaign masquerading as medicine. Five-year-old Kiera Driscoll allegedly developed a cough and fever not long after getting jabbed, claim reports, and just hours later collapsed, was put on life...

Nearly 50 million Americans now on food stamps as middle class plummets into poverty

1/24/2015 - Fifty years after President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a "war on poverty," and five years after President Obama's administration declared the "Great Recession" over, a record number of Americans remain on taxpayer-supported federal and state assistance programs. According to the most recent government...

Fructose causes reproductive problems, earlier death, study shows

1/19/2015 - When fructose is discussed, it's usually not just about normal natural sugars in fruits like apples, pears and watermelons. It's usually about high-fructose corns syrup (HFCS). It is ubiquitous in processed foods, especially sodas, because it packs more sweetness per gram than sugar and it's cheaper....

Natural News declares 2015 the "Year of Self-Reliance"

1/2/2015 - Here at Natural News, we're declaring 2015 to be the "Year of Self-Reliance." This is a year in which we're going to be focused on bringing you the news and practical skills that help you become more self-reliant, prepared for the unexpected and more independent from all the systems that we now take...

The FDA gets in women's panties: Reusuable menstrual pads to be subject to $4,000 a year in extortion fees

12/30/2014 - (Story by Daisy Luther, republished from TheOrganicPrepper.ca, with additional editing by Natural News.) Well, our good friends at the FDA are looking out for us again. Thank goodness we have them to fine us, charge us fees, regulate perfectly natural things, and keep us safe. Heck, who knew that women...

Colorado locks down water supply, promising "not a drop more" to California

12/29/2014 - Recent storms dropped torrential rains across much of California, causing flooding and mudslides across many areas, leaving some residents homeless and killing at least two people. There was even a tornado in Los Angeles. Despite record rainfall on December 10 of between 1.54 inches at Long Beach Airport...

Thieves suspected in disappearance of 150 cattle as beef prices skyrocket

12/28/2014 - A recent headline in The Spokesman-Review seemed to have been pulled right out of the Old West: "Rustling suspected as Idaho cattle herds vanish." The article describes how three ranchers have had 150 cattle "go missing" over the last few weeks. Those cattle are estimated to be worth $350,000, about...

Why Rockefellers aim at destroying farmers worldwide

12/28/2014 - (Story by William Engdahl, republished from Journal-NEO.org) For the better part of the past century, Western pop culture has systematically denigrated and devalued what should be the most honored profession of all. Those who labor with the land, day-in and day-out, to deliver the food that we eat have...

Organic food sales skyrocket across Australia, while GMOs lose traction

12/24/2014 - Known for having one of the most outstanding economies in the world, with consistent high growth, low interest rates and low inflation, Australia is no stranger to the booming organic food market. In fact, the nation down under is home to the largest number of certified organically farmed hectares in...

'The Truth About Cancer' donates $50,000 to cancer charities

12/16/2014 - A major milestone has been reached in the quest for real cancer solutions that don't involve blasting victims' bodies with more cancer-causing radiation or forcing them to undergo poisonous chemotherapy treatments that eventually kill them. Thanks to the generous support of good folks like our own...

Minnesota schools take steps to reduce GMO foods served to students

12/12/2014 - Public school educators in the Land of 10,000 Lakes have taken a bold first step towards improving the quality of cafeteria food served to children in five Minnesota school districts. Schools in Hopkins, Orono, Shakopee, Westonka, and Minneapolis have announced that they will gradually phase out GMOs...

Why flu shots are the greatest medical fraud in history

12/10/2014 - As one of the very few independent voices willing to stand up against the scientific dogma of our modern medical regime, I've long felt a need to communicate the dangers of flu shots to the public so that people can have better information to prevent vaccine injuries and save lives. This doesn't...

Gov't admits rotavirus vaccine causes intussusception, adds it to injury compensation program

12/8/2014 - (By Melissa Melton, from TruthStreamMedia.com.) Because the Obama administration quietly announced their plans for 3,400-plus new regulations[1] last week just after Ferguson erupted and just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, a lot of what's actually going on in that rather long list...

19 Signs that you live in a country that has gone completely insane

12/8/2014 - (By Michael Snyder from ) Do you ever feel like you are living in a "Bizarro World"? That is how I feel much of the time. I look around and it seems as though some form of mass psychosis has descended on most of the population. Things that would have had Americans angrily marching in the streets a generation...

America in decline: 1 in 7 Kentuckians now rely on food banks

12/7/2014 - The U.S. economy, despite rosy characterizations by President Obama recently, is still abysmal for far too many Americans who are still struggling to make ends meet, put food on the table and remain in their homes -- a condition that will only worsen with the president's recent executive amnesty, "legalizing"...

The Glyphosate Contamination of Organic Food: An Update

12/4/2014 - (Story by Bill Shilhavy, republished from HealthImpactNews.com, with additional editing by Natural News.) Health Impact News recently announced[1] the result of an investigation by Tropical Traditions that revealed that many products in the organic grain market in the U.S. contain glyphosate...

Ponzi: Treasury issues $1T in new debt to pay old debt

12/1/2014 12:22:57 PM - (Story by Terrence P. Jeffery, republished from CNSNews.com, with additional editing by Natural News.) The Daily Treasury Statement[PDF] that was released Wednesday afternoon as Americans were preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving revealed that the U.S. Treasury has been forced to issue...

Vitamin B supplementation before conception improves health of newborns

11/26/2014 10:55:11 AM - Researchers have found that women who take folic acid (which is a B vitamin), before conception have a reduced risk of giving birth to children who are small for their gestational age (SGA). SGA is considered as having a birth weight less than the 10th percentile or falling in the lowest 10% of babies...

21 Facts That Prove That Dependence On The Government Is Out Of Control In America

11/26/2014 - Story by Michael Snyder, republished from EndOfTheAmericanDream.com. If you could stay home and watch television, play video games and hang out with your friends all day at government expense, would you do it? Of course most Americans that collect money from the government each...

Five rules for living a long, healthy life

11/19/2014 - There's nothing complicated about living to a ripe old age with few health problems. The keys to longevity are clear and simple -- all you have to do is follow five basic rules: Don't smokeDrink in moderationEat healthyExercise dailyKeep your weight downIf it seems as if you've heard all these tips...

Ohio reduces allowable lead levels in children's blood by half; 7,600 children expected to have elevated levels

11/16/2014 - Lead poisoning is the greatest environmental threat to children, according to the Ohio Department of Health, which recently announced plans to reduce the safety threshold for lead in children's blood. The state is following the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) lead on taking lead...

Extreme bias at Wikipedia on homeopathic medicine

11/13/2014 - A PERSONAL LETTER TO JIMMY WALES, FOUNDER OF WIKIPEDIA: In April, 2014, I had the happenstance of running into you on the streets of Vancouver. I was there to lecture to a group of medical professionals, while you were attending the TED talks. I expressed my appreciation to you for creating Wikipedia....

Kick influenza and colds to the curb with garlic

11/7/2014 - An easy, inexpensive and beneficial remedy for the cold and flu season could be as near as your food pantry. Commonly known as "Russian penicillin," garlic has been used throughout history for everything from stomachaches to parasites and leprosy. In fact, the ancient Ebers Papyrus documents no less...

Ebola accelerates in Sierra Leone with 900% higher transmission rate

11/6/2014 - Things have been relatively quiet on the Ebola front here in the U.S. this past week, with 11 days and counting (as of this writing) since the last confirmed case of the disease was announced. But the situation is hardly as rosy in Sierra Leone, where an Africa Governance Initiative (AGI) report says...

WHO: Ebola death toll is greatly underestimated; actual number close to 15,000 deaths

11/3/2014 - The official Ebola death count during the current outbreak is reportedly hovering around 5,000, but the World Health Organization (WHO) says this number is likely far too low. Based on assessments of cases not reported, the United Nations arm says the actual number of Ebola deaths is likely three times...

5 easy ways to improve your health on a tight budget

11/3/2014 - There's no question that putting premium fuel into your body will cost more than making a meal plan around Ramen noodles. However, higher quality nutritional and lifestyle choices over time will create a higher quality of life, so the investment is certainly worth the return. Unfortunately, adjusting...

CDC now monitoring 125 potential Ebola cases in Dallas

10/24/2014 - With a second confirmed case of Ebola in Dallas, Texas, besides "patient zero," health officials are now monitoring 118 people believed to have had either definite or possible exposure to Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

California crop harvests plummet as drought takes toll on national food supply

10/20/2014 - The end of September marked three straight years of severe drought for California, with the state receiving less than 60 percent of its average precipitation. The lack of rainfall has resulted in immense suffering throughout the state, leaving low reservoirs, fallowed farmland, rising unemployment...

5 DIY therapeutic baths that can change your life for the better

10/15/2014 - If you feel that your health could use a boost, or you need a little extra care, a healing soak is one of the best ways to regain equilibrium, shed toxins and calm the mind. A perfect medium for children and adults alike, therapeutic baths not only help you relax but also gently balance the system. View...

Over 46 million Americans now on food stamps as nation descends into poverty

9/21/2014 - Backers of the current administration hate to acknowledge something that they willingly believed about the previous administration: That he who sits in the White House owns the economy. When Sen. Barack Obama was running for his first presidential term in 2007-2008, he and fellow Democrats incessantly...

Computer model suggests 5,000 Ebola deaths by September 24; hundreds of thousands soon after

9/15/2014 - Based on its current rate of spread, the West African Ebola outbreak is expected to surge in the coming weeks, according to a new study published in the journal PLOS Currents: Outbreaks. Researchers from Northeastern University in Boston have projected that as many as 10,000 cases of Ebola will be confirmed...

Pill-flushing problem acknowledged US government

9/11/2014 - On Monday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced plans to expand a government take-back program of prescription drugs in an attempt to tackle America's growing dependency on Big Pharma's best-selling products. The new policy authorizes the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to allow hospitals,...

Whole Foods' Greek yogurt has 6 times more sugar than label claims, says class-action lawsuit

9/6/2014 - Engrossed in yet another legal battle, Whole Foods is being accused of falsely labeling the ingredients in the grocer's 365 Everyday Value Plain Greek Yogurt, according to a report by Courthouse News Service. The same lawyers who sued Subway over the lengths of their foot-long sandwiches have filed...

5 ways to increase your longevity and quality of life

9/4/2014 - Deep down, we all have a deeply rooted desire to live a long and high quality life. Modern medicine is certainly enabling us to live longer, but often at a cost that creates a much lower quality of life. So how do we live a longer life and also enjoy the high quality that we all wish we could capture,...

Hospital drugs routinely get flushed down drains where they pollute water systems

9/2/2014 - Over the last decade, larger amounts of pharmaceutical drugs have been detected in the public's water supply; although the concentrations are low, the long-term effects are unknown. Pharmaceuticals are entering the water system primarily through disposal via flushing, or people's urine. The body...

5 ways to save water in a drought-stricken world

8/29/2014 - Water is the essence of life. Humans are bound to this universal mandate as is any other form of life, but how we differ is our ability to control consumption and preserve what is perhaps the most precious gift that the universe has given us. If consumption continues as is, many predict that by 2020...

15,000 pounds of chicken nuggets recalled after customers complain about pieces of plastic

8/22/2014 - On Wednesday, August 8, Applegate Natural and Organic Meats voluntarily issued a recall for "Applegate Naturals Chicken Nuggets" with the "Best Before" date of February 5, 2015, according to a report by United Press International. More than 15,000 pounds were yanked from shelves due to small pieces...

Following 5 simple daily habits can help you boost your metabolism and lose weight

8/19/2014 - When it comes to weight loss, nearly everyone is looking for a quick fix. Many of us live complicated lives filled with stresses originating from all angles. Unfortunately, Western society normalizes the constant flow of activities, distractions and pressures, tricking us into feeling like we should...

Mainstream media deliberately encouraging murder of Missouri police officer

8/17/2014 9:54:09 AM - As racial tensions and violence escalate in Ferguson, Missouri, following the police shooting of 18-year-old African American youth Michael Brown, there are a number of elements working to inflame an already volatile situation. In addition to the usual race-baiting hucksters and opportunists, the...

Middle class collapses in America as 35% of households face debt collectors

8/10/2014 - Middle-class Americans continue to take economic hits from a government that seems intent on wiping them out, even as lawmakers and presidents claim to be sympathetic to them as a whole. According to newly released figures by the Urban Institute, more than one-third of Americans -- 35 percent --...

Employee Vaccine Mandates: Observations of a Vaccine Rights Attorney

8/10/2014 - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' "Healthy People 2020" initiative states a goal of vaccinating 90% of the nation's healthcare workers with the influenza vaccine annually by 2020,[1] a goal well underway. A separate DHHS goal aims to vaccinate 80% of all U.S. employees annually with...

Follow these 10 lifestyle tips to live a healthy, happy life without regret

8/6/2014 - Without exception, everyone is striving to attain more happiness and peace of mind. In fact, everything that we do in life is in one way or another contingent upon increasing our happiness and peace of mind, even though we might not always succeed in attaining it. Here are some proven tips to help...

The truth you're not being told about the Toledo water crisis in Ohio: Chemical agriculture poisoned the water

8/4/2014 - In case you haven't heard, 500,000 people have been left without drinking water in the city of Toledo, Ohio, and store shelves there have been stripped bare of water. "Residents of Toledo, its suburbs and small areas of southeastern Michigan began lining up for water Saturday after news of the contamination...

Four foods proven to lower cholesterol and protect the heart

8/3/2014 - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 71 million Americans, or 33.5 percent of the total population, suffer from high LDL cholesterol. Only one in three of these individuals has their condition under control, while less than half of them choose to treat it at all. Moreover, the...

Ebola outbreak may already be uncontrollable; Monsanto invests in Ebola treatment drug company as pandemic spreads

7/31/2014 - A global outbreak of deadly Ebola is underway and has crossed national borders. One infected victim of the horrifying disease flew on international flights, vomiting on board and exposing hundreds of people to the deadly virus which can be transmitted through airborne particles. Ebola has an 8-10 day...

Improving stomach acid production enhances digestion and overall health

7/27/2014 - Our digestive tract is one of the key interfaces between the external environment and our blood stream. When the digestive tract is irritated and damaged it produces rampant inflammation and stress throughout the entire body. Supplementing to improve stomach acid production can dramatically improve...

One third to die by plague or famine; one third will fall by the sword; one third to be scattered to every wind

7/24/2014 - Many believe that Biblical signs of famine and pestilence have begun to appear in our world, and that's why the title of this article quotes Ezekiel 5:12. In what is now admitted by all the top infectious disease experts to be a "post-antibiotics era" where Big Pharma's drugs are useless, we are...

High doses of antidepressants increase self-harm in children: Harvard

7/20/2014 - High doses of brain-altering chemicals marketed as "anti-depressants" increase the likelihood of self-harm, rather than decreasing the risk, say Harvard health scientists in a study that analyzed data on 162,625 people. Drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI's) may raise the...

Top 5 health benefits of green tea

7/13/2014 - Get the most health benefits out of your cup by filling it with green tea. People have been enjoying the benefits of green tea for centuries. Scientists are just now discovering what people all over the world have known for centuries -- drinking green tea has many health benefits. Now you can learn...

W. Va. Gov. refuses further water testing, despite one in five residents reporting health issues following Jan. chemical leak

7/12/2014 - Despite the fact that only 36 percent of Kanawha County residents are drinking tap water after at least 5,000 gallons of crude MCHM leaked into West Virginia's water supply last January, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin refuses to approve additional testing of home tap water. Even though state experts highly...

Poor diet and lifestyle choices increases early mortality risk by 250%

7/11/2014 - Medical professionals from the University of Zurich have compiled important public health results that can be used in counseling and primary care to slash the risk of early death. Their conclusion was general, stating that people can live longer due to an active lifestyle, more fruit and vegetable...

Processed red meat increases risk of heart failure

7/11/2014 - There are some studies that point to red meat, especially processed red meats, as conducive to heart failure and/or cancer. Recently, perhaps the largest study focusing on processed meats strongly indicates a strong association to heart failure with even moderate consumption of meats processed by salting,...

Excluding Unvaccinated Children from School During Outbreaks: Standard Policy, But is it Legal?

7/8/2014 - A New York federal court recently dismissed a case brought by parents whose unvaccinated children were excluded from school during local outbreaks. The parents, whose children were exempt from vaccines on religious grounds, claimed that the exclusion policy violated their Constitutional and state law...

Top 5 foods to NOT eat to avoid belly fat

7/7/2014 - No one wants to be overweight, but there's something about belly fat that seems worse than other types. Even the names make us cringe: Muffin top. Beer belly. Spare tire. Widening at the waistline, however, is not just aesthetically unpleasant; it's also bad for your health. Studies have shown that...

Americans plan ride to Mexico border July 5 to demand freedom for wrongly imprisoned Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi

7/3/2014 - A group of veterans and other concerned Americans are calling on all Americans to join them at the U.S.-Mexico border south of San Diego on July 5 to demand the release of a U.S. Marine who has been held in a Mexican jail since March. The event, dubbed "Cinco de Julio" or "July 5th" in Spanish, was...

4 out of 5 Americans have lost confidence in TV news

6/28/2014 - Americans' trust in their news media continues to wane, with a new survey showing that the Fourth Estate is about as unpopular as Congress. According to the survey, which was taken and released by Gallup, just 18 percent of Americans polled expressed either a "great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence...

Trans fat foods to avoid: the 5 worst offenders

6/24/2014 - Sure, foods containing trans fat taste great and stay fresh longer, but they are also bad for your health in a multitude of ways, including raising bad cholesterol, lowering good cholesterol and increasing inflammation. Also known as "trans fatty acids" and "partially hydrogenated oils," trans fat is...

Why Walmart and Costco shrimp prices are so low - and why you should never buy from them again

6/19/2014 - Some of the most popular American corporations are importing shrimp at super-cheap prices from Thailand, where migrant workers are in slavery, like in Nazi Germany, being tortured while they work for no pay 20 hours a day. How much shrimp is being imported that's processed by slaves, including child...

Is this even America? Teen ripped from her family by medical authorities begs to go home

6/13/2014 - There has been an epidemic of forced toxic medications on children to the point of taking those children away from their parents. This current situation, created by Boston Children's Hospital (BCH), is as bad as it gets, or even worse. Justina Pellitier, now 15, had been diagnosed with a rare mitochondrial...

Top 5 health benefits of eating mangos

6/13/2014 - The juicy, tropical flavor of mangos are enjoyed by many, but there are other benefits of eating the fruit beyond its flavor. In fact, June is National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables month, and according to Mango.org, June is also National Mango Month. All the more reason to hone in on this healthy fruit! Aside...

How eating a plant-based diet can save the world

6/13/2014 - It seems that we are heading toward an environmental crisis. Global temperatures are rising; ice caps are melting, and much of our green land is turning to desert. Resources such as water and fossil fuels are becoming scarce, whilst the demand for them increases due to growing populations and widespread...

5 Helpful tips for enjoying safe, carcinogen-free outdoor grilling

6/11/2014 - These five tips are helpful whether you are a vegetarian who wants to do outdoor cooking occasionally or you're an occasional meat eater or Paleo advocate. Some of these tips are applicable no matter what your diet choices are. (1) Choosing coals: If you're using a grill powered by gas (butane),...

The 5 best ways to resist belly fat as we age

6/10/2014 - Have you ever asked a real estate agent what's the most critical factor when it comes to selling a house? Their answer was probably something you've heard before: "Location, location, location." Well, oddly enough, when it comes to our health and being even a little overweight, that same, worn out real...

LeBron James has magnesium deficiency

6/10/2014 - "Take magnesium LeBron!" was shouted by hundreds of thousands of people, who have read my book The Magnesium Miracle or watched my magnesium videos, when LeBron James collapsed with muscle cramping toward the end of Game 1 of the June 7, 2014, NBA Finals. Let me first summarize an article that made...

Chelation therapy and vitamin supplements cut heart disease risk by over 25%

6/8/2014 - A combination of high-dose multivitamins and chelation therapy may protect heart attack survivors from future cardiovascular events and death, according to a multicenter study published in the American Heart Journal. Intravenous chelation, in which the chemical ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA)...

Top 10 ways to burn less gas and save money on fuel

6/7/2014 - As gasoline and diesel fuel prices remain through the roof -- and there appears to be no end in sight to higher prices (despite a boom in oil and gas production in the U.S.) -- it's becoming more necessary to et the best fuel economy you possibly can out of every gallon. With that in mind, and with...

Mercury in influenza vaccines found to be 100 times higher than Australian limit for complementary medicine

6/5/2014 - As Natural News has exhaustively demonstrated this week via ICP-MS laboratory results and vaccine documentation, influenza vaccines manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline still contain 50 ppm mercury. We find it interesting, therefore, that the Australian government's limit on mercury in complementary medicines...

Irrefutable proof that influenza vaccines routinely given to pregnant women still contain mercury

6/4/2014 - Believe it or not, there are still millions of people, doctors, pharmacists and even journalists who do not yet realize there is a very high concentration of mercury in influenza vaccines given to pregnant women. Most people, you see, have been lied to by the media which has stated over and over again...

Health insurance corporate CEOs rake in millions while the masses can barely afford premiums

6/1/2014 - One of the consequences of Obamacare is that health insurance company profitability is soaring, causing corporate CEOs of health insurance companies to pocket millions of dollars in annual salaries and bonuses. This is what happens when a government colludes with private industry to force the entire...

Seven-ton hummus recall a nationwide concern

5/26/2014 - A healthy alternative to many dips and dressings, hummus, is at the center of a massive food recall. How massive? Seven tons of it have been voluntarily recalled by the food manufacturer Lansal, Inc., after Texas health officials noted possible Listeria contamination in Target Archer Farms Traditional...

Enjoy your salad with olive oil and a watermelon snack to naturally lower blood pressure

5/23/2014 - A staggering number of people from all walks of life have little comprehension of how very small increases in resting blood pressure over the course of years and decades promote cardiovascular disease, stroke and an early death. Often referred to as a "silent killer," hypertension frequently runs in...

Magnesium deficiency? Try these 5 foods

5/18/2014 - Magnesium is a very important mineral that has been found to be radically deficient in people's diets, and therefore, their bodies. Since magnesium is implicated in a number of important bodily functions like proper muscle function and triggering hundreds of enzymatic actions, it's very important to...

Pool chemicals cause nearly 5,000 emergency room visits per year

5/16/2014 4:59:48 PM - While chlorine and bromine are depended on today to kill pathogens in pools, spas and hot tubs, these chemicals also create their own array of health hazards. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission's National Electronic Injury Surveillance System has documented and analyzed thousands of emergency...

Water-related illness affects one-third of homes after West Virginia chemical leak

5/15/2014 - A chemical leak affecting at least 300,000 residents in West Virginia has been under investigation since January when the leak occurred, reported The Charleston Gazette. April 3-8, the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department conducted a randomized phone survey in which 507 people answered 72 questions...

The 5 Best Home Remedies for Joint Inflammation

5/12/2014 2:33:51 AM - Joint inflammation can accompany a wide variety of health conditions, including arthritis, gout and lumbar spinal stenosis. (1) Inflammation is an immune response, but it can become a problem itself when it becomes continuous. With inflammation, you can experience redness, pain, swelling and other sensations...

First-ever study reveals food dyes in brand-name foods

5/11/2014 - Acknowledgment that food dyes (and other ingredients) cause behavioral problems in some children has spurred certain companies to remove dyes from some of their foods. However, until a new study by Purdue University scientists, the amounts of dyes in packaged foods has been a secret. Published in...

Pesticides are heavily used near thousands of California schools

5/8/2014 - The adverse health effects associated with human exposure to pesticides have been well known for decades. Author Rachel Carson helped create public awareness in the early 1960s through her book entitled Silent Spring. In it, she documented the detrimental effects pesticides have on both the environment...

Safeguard Organic Standards: 10 Reasons Consumers Buy Organic

5/6/2014 - The Organic Consumers Association (OCA), in a series of action alerts over the past month, has criticized the gradual erosion of organic standards by vested corporate interests in the organic products industry. OCA, a nationwide watchdog organization set up to safeguard organic standards 16 years...

U.S. medical costs and spending are on the rise

5/2/2014 - Following several years of slowdown, use of healthcare services has begun to increase again in the United States, possibly portending large increases in costs and spending. The findings come from an April 15 report from the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, which analyzes medical and prescription...

BREAKTHROUGH: Chinese government admits one-fifth of farm lands heavily contaminated with toxic heavy metals like cadmium, arsenic and lead

5/1/2014 - For the past few months, Natural News has been warning the world about toxic heavy metals found in foods, superfoods and dietary supplements grown in China. Our Natural News Forensic Food Lab has produced breakthrough results showing, for example, that rice protein imported from China is significantly...

5 powerful antibiotics that don't require a prescription

4/30/2014 - Hospital antibiotics have become one of the most over prescribed "medicines" today. As a result people have ruined their digestive systems, and ironically, have lowered their natural immunity to all types of infections in the future. Get rid if infections without the digestive destruction, with these...

Portland drains 38 million gallons of water after teen pees in reservoir

4/30/2014 - As severe drought chokes much of California, sucking the water supply dry; up farther north, in Portland, Oregon, officials are draining around 38 million gallons of drinking water, as it all goes to waste. 38 million gallons of water drained after teenager pees into reservoir The administration...

CDC, White House lied about American children and obesity: Here's the real science

4/30/2014 - Just weeks ago, reports in a number of media outlets declared that the battle against childhood obesity in the U.S. was turning in favor of our kids. On February 25, The New York Times reported that childhood obesity levels had fallen by double-digit percentages in a decade, according to the government: Federal...

Maca root can increase libido and help treat sexual dysfunction

4/29/2014 - Few foods can beat maca root when it comes to improving stamina and physical performance. In fact, this nutritious tuber, which is native to the Andes of South America, was the Incas' primary source of energy, and it remains a popular natural alternative to anabolic steroids among many of today's athletes....

Vermont says NO to GMO ignorance, oppression and slavery of consumers with new mandatory GMO labeling law

4/25/2014 - Most of you reading this have no idea how desperate the biotech industry has been to block GMO labeling laws: they've committed election money laundering crimes, hired negative P.R. trolls, paid major publishers to place character assassination hit pieces against activists, unleashed threatening phone...

Near-zero levels of arsenic found to significantly impair intelligence and reasoning of U.S. schoolchildren

4/22/2014 - As Natural News readers and fans already know, we're hot on the trail pinpointing sources of heavy metals and understanding how they impair our physical and mental health. Now a groundbreaking study conducted in the United States on arsenic in drinking water has found something truly astounding: a mere...

The 5 most prevalent toxins destroying the body

4/22/2014 - With thousands of toxins circulating in the world it can be very easy to become overwhelmed. Formerly nutritious foods have been denatured to the point that they have very little benefit, and air and water have become dangerously polluted. These are 5 toxins to be especially concerned about. Heavy...

Pet treats found contaminated with heavy metals - Health Ranger releases shocking data on lead, mercury and cadmium in dog and cat treats

4/21/2014 - My food science research in the Natural News Forensic Food Labs has turned up yet another alarming discovery... and this time, it's about pet treats that may be poisoning your dogs and cats with toxic heavy metals. Over the last several months, I've been testing popular brands of pet treats sold...

Corporate Clout Chips away at Organic Standards

4/6/2014 - Co-authored by Alexis Baden-Mayer and Ronnie Cummins. The Organic Consumers Association has a long history http://organicconsumers.org/articles/article_21845.cfm of defending the integrity of organic standards. Last September, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), under pressure from corporate...

You are a pest to Obamacare if you are not sick

4/5/2014 - Are you an Obamanite? Do you worship the ground that he walks on? Maybe you just "dislike" him with all your might? It really doesn't matter. He does whatever he wants to do anyway. "Checks and balances" in America are almost "null and void." Sick care is being enforced by the IRS, slowly and methodically,...

Top 5 foods for vitamin C

3/31/2014 - Vitamin C is a nutrient that has received a lot of attention over the years. It has been used by many households to combat colds, and is now getting acclaim for treating cancer. It's best to get vitamin C in whole food for its synergistic effect with other nutrients, and these are 5 great ways to do...

Clueless people blindly sign petition calling for MORE fluoride

3/21/2014 - To illustrate just how mentally challenged many people in modern society have become, a duo from HealthConspiracy.com recently walked the streets of Las Vegas, asking passersby to sign a petition authorizing the addition of more fluoride chemicals to the water supply. And even though it was clearly...

Top ten REAL medical conspiracies that actually happened

3/20/2014 - The mainstream media is focused this week on trying to convince you that "medical conspiracy theories" are whacky and untrue. Published by Reuters, USA Today and other mainstream media outlets, a false story based on distorted research is now trying to convince you that there is no such thing as a "medical...

Top 5 signs you might have kidney damage

3/12/2014 - The prevalence of kidney disease is frightening and our elevated levels of toxin exposure continues to chip away at the proper functioning of this important organ. Once your kidney function becomes compromised, so does your health. Know the signs of kidney damage, and things you can do to naturally...

Vaccine Rights Attorney Challenges Colorado Legislature on Vaccine Exemption Bill

3/11/2014 - California, Oregon and Washington State all have recently enacted new vaccine exemption laws making it harder for parents to exempt their children from mandatory vaccines required for school and daycare. Colorado's House Bill 14-1288, if passed, will follow this trend by adding a requirement that parents...

Heavy metal tungsten linked to leukemia clusters in children

3/4/2014 - "Scientists studying childhood leukemia cases in Arizona and Nevada say their research shows a possible link between tungsten and the disease," reported Fox News in 2009. The article is about the discovery of "childhood leukemia clusters" in Sierra Vista, Arizona and Fallon, Nevada. An industrial...

Health officials warn consumers to avoid pesticide-tainted cactus from Mexico

2/27/2014 - A shipment of edible cactus pads, or nopales, from Mexico was recently analyzed by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), who determined that the cactus products were saturated with a pesticide that has been banned even in the USA since 1989. Monocrotophos, an organophosphate-based pesticide,...

Low vitamin D levels increase risk of preeclampsia during pregnancy

2/26/2014 - Getting the right nutrients and eating well when you're pregnant or breastfeeding is vital to your baby's growth and development. If you don't get enough vitamin D, the baby's bones can become soft and more vulnerable to breakage and rickets. Breastfeeding provides the baby with the most nutrients,...

Low vitamin D levels increase risk of preeclampsia during pregnancy

2/26/2014 - Getting the right nutrients and eating well when you're pregnant or breastfeeding is vital to your baby's growth and development. If you don't get enough vitamin D, the baby's bones can become soft and more vulnerable to breakage and rickets. Breastfeeding provides the baby with the most nutrients,...

Low vitamin D levels increase risk of preeclampsia during pregnancy

2/26/2014 - Getting the right nutrients and eating well when you're pregnant or breastfeeding is vital to your baby's growth and development. If you don't get enough vitamin D, the baby's bones can become soft and more vulnerable to breakage and rickets. Breastfeeding provides the baby with the most nutrients,...

5 reasons your digestive system isn't working properly

2/24/2014 - It seems nearly everyone has digestive issues these days. Crohn's, IBS, colitis, celiac, and dozens of other digestive disorders have made an industry out of sugar free, gluten free, and dairy free products. So why is it that those with digestive issues can't often fully fix them and have to follow...

Top 5 hormone disruptors

2/13/2014 - We live on a planet that has completely destroyed the delicate dynamic that is our hormones. This imbalance has created sleep disorders, anxiety, weight gain, skin problems, cancers, and much more. So what has caused our hormones to become so disrupted, and how can we get the offenders out of our life? BPA...

Looking to beat cancer? Just exercise more, scientists discover

2/4/2014 - A more active lifestyle doesn't just reduce your risk of cancer and improve survival rates among cancer patients: a new study conducted by researchers from Loyola University and published in the Journal of Physical Activity & Health shows that exercise also halves the risk of death among cancer survivors. Better...

5 steps to escape the trap of limiting beliefs

2/1/2014 - Imagine that you are driving down a country road. Suddenly, the road comes to a "T" - a three-way intersection that requires you to turn left or right. You look up and notice the most puzzling road sign. The sign says: You cannot turn left or you will be in grave danger. You must not turn right...

Beijing air pollution reaches crisis levels; can China survive its toxic environment?

1/28/2014 - China is the world's worst industrial polluter, spewing tons of toxins derived from man-made production into the air, soil and water at a steady rate. It has refused to comply with the same standards adopted by other leading nations of the world. And the level of pollutants is starting to catch up...

More young adults skipping the flu vaccine

1/28/2014 - Either the truth about vaccines is finally reaching the masses or Americans in general have simply lost trust in the government and the pharmaceutical industry, because this year many young Americans skipped the strongly pushed flu shot altogether. This act has hardly gone unnoticed, with numerous media...

Most Obamacare enrollees already had insurance; the uninsured refuse to sign up

1/28/2014 - A large number of uninsured citizens continue to refuse health insurance plans designated by the Affordable Care Act. People just aren't signing up as big government intended. As a matter of fact, only 15 percent of those expected to sign up actually have. The Obamacare individual mandate just isn't...

Pregnant mothers' vitamin D levels linked to offspring's strength

1/23/2014 - A UK study very recently determined that expectant mothers' children demonstrated better muscular strength during early childhood to the degree that their mothers had vitamin D in their blood during pregnancy. So taking vitamin D, either from sunshine or D3 cholecalciferol supplements, is a healthy...

Owner of company responsible for West Virginia chemical leak is a two-time convicted felon

1/18/2014 - The chemical plant responsible for leaking 7,500 gallons of "crude MCHM," or 4-methylcyclohexane methanol, into West Virginia's water supply, ostensibly has a less than average track record when it comes to facility inspections, and the owner is a two-time convicted felon. As the investigation ensues,...

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