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See, it's not so hard: Stanford professor politely agrees to 21-day self-quarantine after returning from Ebola front lines

11/4/2014 - A California doctor has voluntarily agreed to self-quarantine himself after returning to the U.S. following a month-long trip to Liberia. Dr. Colin Bucks has yet to exhibit any symptoms of the deadly hemorrhagic disease, according to reports, but because he had previously been in direct contact with...

Stanford study advances posture and movement's link to thinking, with implications for education

5/14/2014 - The Stanford School of Education reports that the difference in a person's innovative and creative thinking is substantial, depending on whether the person is sitting, standing or walking. "Many people anecdotally claim they do their best thinking when walking. We finally may be taking a step, or...

Organic Consumers Association calls out Dr. Oz for 'flip-flopping' with high-profile attacks on organics

12/6/2012 - A few days ago, I sounded the alarm on Dr. Oz and his attack on organic consumers. In my article published here on Natural News, I called Dr. Oz a "sellout" for his labeling of organic consumers as "elitist" and "snobs" while lying by omission in his TIME Magazine article that failed to disclose the...

New York Times columnist says 'Stanford Study' bashing organics is totally flawed

10/22/2012 - The conclusions arrived at in the infamous "Stanford study," which the mainstream media has been hyping up as "proof" that pesticide-ridden, conventional produce and meat products are basically the same as their organic alternatives, are flawed, says New York Times columnist Mark Bittman. In one of...

Agricultural giant Cargill and others behind anti-organic 'Stanford Study'

9/15/2012 - The corporate media machine has once again done the people of the world a great disservice by shirking its responsibility to conduct a proper investigation and inquiry into the issue of organics following the recent release of the infamous Stanford University anti-organic study. It turns out that the...

Busted! Co-author of Stanford study that bashed organics found to have deep ties to Big Tobacco's anti-science propaganda

9/7/2012 - (This article is jointly authored by Mike Adams of and Anthony Gucciardi of Over the last several days, the mainstream media has fallen for an elaborate scientific hoax that sought to destroy the credibility of organic foods by claiming they are "no healthier" than...

Stanford University bans gifts from drug sales reps

9/21/2006 - The Stanford University medical center has joined with Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania in bans on gifts of any kind made from pharmaceutical sales representatives to doctors. In addition to mugs, pens, free sporting event tickets and lunch spreads, doctors often receive prescription...


9/5/2006 - In choosing which drugs to prescribe, doctors often select medications for patients despite a lack of conclusive medical evidence of their effects and safety, according to a new study led by a researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Of a wide sampling of prescriptions dispensed...


9/1/2006 - Taking calcium and Vitamin D slightly decreased the risk of hip fractures in older women, but not the risk for other types of fractures or for colorectal cancer, according to the latest findings from the federally funded Women’s Health Initiative. Additionally, the supplements slightly increased the...

Menopausal Women Don't Get Enough Guidance On Treatment Options, Stanford Survey Shows (press release)

8/23/2006 - Few women are consulting their doctors before opting to use herbal therapies and soy products to treat their menopausal symptoms, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found. The trend is of particular note because growing numbers of women are turning to alternative therapies...

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