Articles from NaturalNews In-House Writers:
SF Bay Area water company offers $100 rebates to increase rainwater collection and conserve water supplyBy PF Louis, October 25 2014
(NaturalNews) The San Francisco Bay Area has been on the forefront of promoting sustainability with food and, now, water. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently instituted real estate property discounts and exemptions to property owners who maintain food gardens on their land.
Now, the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA) is granting $100 rebates for purchases rainwater collection barrels, and potentially more, for property owners who collect rainwater for their own...
Ten glaring Ebola contradictions told by government authorities who think we're all just stupidBy Mike Adams, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) New York Governor Cuomo began yesterday's Ebola press conference by gently waving his hand at reporters and uttering, "These are not the droids you're looking for."
When that didn't work, he pulled out a pocket watch and let it swing back and forth like a pendulum, slowly repeating "Ebola is hard to catch. Ebola is hard to catch. You are feeling sleepy..."
As anybody with a brain has figured out by now, everything we're being told about Ebola by government authorities is a distortion...
NYC officials: Ebola patient rode the subway just hours before level-4 biohazard infection confirmedBy Mike Adams, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) Ebola is now confirmed in New York City. I've just finished watching the press conference with Cuomo, de Blasio and Dr. Mary Travi Bassett, and what I'm hearing from these people is extremely irresponsible to public safety.
For starters, every official in the press conference repeated over and over again that there was near-zero risk of anyone contracting Ebola from Dr. Spencer, even though he visited bowling alleys, rode in an Uber car and traveled in the NYC subway system just...
27% of Americans are now afraid to fly because of EbolaBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) Hyped-up Ebola fears have descended into the Western World, splattered all over the media and dripping like infectious blood through the minds of Americans. When the Western medical system failed to properly identify the first stray case of Ebola, two other nurses were infected and isolated. With several unaccounted West Africans traveling liberally to the US, some people are worried that they might cross paths with another stray case of the Ebola virus, as it travels intercontinentally...
CDC worried that NYC may be 'ground zero' for Ebola entry into USBy Ethan A. Huff, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) Ebola has already arrived in the U.S., but the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a new warning that the disease could soon re-arrive, this time in New York City. Since the Big Apple is a major point of entry for West Africans, the health agency says new cases could emerge there in the coming weeks.
Always late to the game, the CDC is only just now sounding the alarm about the dangers of continued travel to and from West Africa. In a new report, the...
Is Obama's Ebola czar an advocate of human depopulation?By J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) Ron Klain, before he became President Obama's latest czar (Klain is the "Ebola czar"), was chief of staff to a pair of Democrat vice presidents, Al Gore and the current VP, Joe Biden. His appointment by Obama has been praised high and low by liberal politicians. U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has called his appointment an "excellent choice."
But as was noted by critics of the choice when he was named, Klain has no medical experience whatsoever: He's been a Democrat Party hack...
Herbal remedies for Candida overgrowthBy Kali Sinclair, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) The first step in eliminating an overgrowth of candida is to stop feeding it. Sugar is your worst enemy. This means eliminating all forms of sugar including simple carbohydrates that the body turns into sugar as well as yeast and moldy foods. Also, avoid all allergens. You need your immune system focused on the task at hand, so don't challenge it with any foods or environmental substances that have caused you problems in the past.
Herbs and supplements to fight candidaThere is an...
Chicago schools become overcrowded disease factories feeding children rotten food as district runs out of moneyBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) A new deal between the Chicago Public School (CPS) system and a private custodial and cafeteria service was promised to save the district tens of millions but instead resulted in some students having to clean their own school before the school year began and being served rotten food for lunch.
In February, CPS, the third largest school district in the nation, signed contracts worth $340 million to privatize their custodial services, an agreement that would take over the training...
GM corn offers no benefits for Vietnamese farmers, top scientist saysBy David Gutierrez, October 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Prominent Vietnamese scientists have publicly stated that genetically modified (GM) corn will not solve any of the country's agricultural problems and indeed offers no benefit over varieties already being grown.
These statements fly in the face of the government's policy of aggressively promoting of GM crops.
"Developing GM crops will make Vietnamese farmers more dependent on foreign seed suppliers," said Dr. Tran Hong Uy, former head of the Maize Research Institute, which is...
Tweeting about food poisoning shown to help combat the problemBy Antonia, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) Some people curse technology, saying that it takes up too much of their time or that it's too hard to keep up with the ever-changing trends. Others revel in its many benefits, which have now extended to helping identify outbreaks of food poisoning.
Twitter in particular is at the forefront of this change with an effort called FoodBorne Chicago (@foodbornechi), put in place by the Chicago Department of Public Health and its civic partners. (1) The initiative is designed so that tweets...
Dallas hospital apologizes for Ebola mistakes in full-page newspaper adBy Jonathan Benson, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas says it is "deeply sorry" for how its staff bungled the handling of Ebola, which left one patient dead and at least two nurses infected with the virus. In a recent full-page letter published in the local newspaper, the hospital's CEO apologized for the facility's "mistakes" in a desperate attempt to get people to use the hospital again.
Since Texas Health Presbyterian made national news, few have been willing to use the facility for emergency...
FBI report shows importance of armed citizens in stopping mass murder spreesBy J. D. Heyes, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) A new study from the FBI that says active shooter incidents have risen dramatically since 2000 doesn't focus on one aspect of such shootings: that the presence of armed private citizens can be the biggest factor in ending mass shooting sprees, saving countless lives by ending such frightening incidents more quickly.
The FBI says the study -- the first of its kind -- was done merely to "provide our law enforcement partners--normally the first responders on the scene of these dangerous...
Top foods to avoid and to eat when diagnosed with atrial fibrillationBy Raw Michelle, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) According to the American College of Cardiology, atrial fibrillation, which results in racing heartbeats or ones that are arrhythmic, affects over 2.5 million Americans. Also referred to as "AFib," the fluctuations in heartbeat occur when the heart's electrical system is essentially thrown off, sending signals to the body that it must pump more blood. (1)
Symptoms vary, ranging from exhaustion to dizziness, and unfortunately, if not treated, blood clots, heart failure...
Water bottles leach endocrine disrupters and carcinogens in warm temperaturesBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) The results of a new study confirm what most already know regarding the dangers of drinking bottled water that's been left in the sun. Published in the September journal of Environmental Pollution, scientists warn against leaving plastic bottled water in any warm place, especially the car.
The University of Florida's soil and water science professor, Lena Ma, spearheaded the research studying chemicals released by 16 brands of bottled water kept at 158 degrees Fahrenheit for four...
CDC now monitoring 125 potential Ebola cases in DallasBy Jonathan Benson, October 24 2014
(NaturalNews) 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 (CDC) has identified 11 people who it says had definite contact with Duncan, as well as 107 others who may have had contact. Duncan, who died of Ebola on October 8, somehow infected...
Ebola doctor runs around NYC bowling alleys after telling authorities he was 'self-quarantined' - reportBy Mike Adams, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) NY Daily News is reporting today that Dr. Craig Spencer ran around New York City "after first telling authorities he self-quarantined himself."  The paper also says Dr. Spencer "hit the [bowling] lanes in Williamsburg."
Dr. Spencer recently returned from Guinea, one of the worst-hit Ebola outbreak nations in West Africa. Today he was "rushed to a hospital with suspected Ebola symptoms" which reportedly include nausea and a 103-degree temperature. Media reports say Dr. Spencer...
Big Berkey beats ProPur gravity water filter for removal of heavy metals and toxic elementsBy Mike Adams, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) When it comes to the removal of heavy metals and toxic elements from water, Big Berkey water filters easily beat ProPur, according to independent lab tests conducted at the Natural News Forensic Food Labs and published online today.
Full details of the tests conducted with parts-per-billion accuracy via ICP-MS instrumentation are shown at the new website www.WaterFilterLabs.com
As the data show, the Big Berkey water filter with attached arsenic / fluoride filter elements easily...
Rwanda to begin screening U.S. air travelers for Ebola - what do they know that the CDC doesn't?By J. D. Heyes, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) The government of the African nation of Rwanda, in the eastern part of the continent, is now mandating that all visitors from the United States and Spain self-monitor for signs of Ebola, as well as complete an extensive questionnaire and report their medical condition to authorities for the first 21 days of their visits, because the virus has now appeared in both countries.
Whether or not it is a coincidence, the new screening mandate comes after an "embarrassing uproar in a New...
Legendary virologist Dr. Jahrling warns today's Ebola strain appears to be far more infectious than any previous EbolaBy Jonathan Benson, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) An expert scientist from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) has publicly warned that the Ebola strain currently in circulation appears to be far more virulent and infectious than previous strains.
Dr. Peter Jahrling has been on the ground in the Liberian capital of Monrovia, studying the disease with a team of researchers, which is also helping to care for and treat patients. He says the viral loads that his team is witnessing exceed what has been observed...
Antibiotic and heavy metal contamination in environment contributes to resistance of harmful bacteriaBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) Low concentrations of various pharmaceutical drugs are making their way into our water systems and soil through improper disposal, such as flushing, and through human excretion.
When people take antibiotics, or other medications, they are often passed through the urine unchanged, active and in their original state. This drug-containing urine then enters wastewater treatment facilities where it is not filtered out due to a lack of screening and the necessary equipment required to...
Celery may help kill cancerBy Carolanne Wright, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) If you need another reason to add more celery into your diet, researchers have now identified a compound in the vegetable that demonstrates anti-tumor activity. Effective against several types of cancer -- including those of the pancreas, ovaries, liver, small intestine, stomach, lung and breast -- apigenin has been shown in vitro to significantly inhibit cancer cell proliferation. Although this flavonoid is present in a variety of fruits and vegetables, celery is a particularly rich...
Obama Administration forms military 'strike team' to respond to Ebola cases in the U.SBy J. D. Heyes, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) The Obama Administration has ordered the Department of Defense to form a 30-member military medical "quick strike team" that can deploy quickly -- within 72 hours -- to any new outbreaks of Ebola in the U.S., reports have said.
The team will consist of five physicians, 20 nurses and five trainees, according to reports, and will be tasked with providing "direct treatment to Ebola patients inside the United States," according to CNN.
"The concept is said to have come out of Obama's...
CDC ends Ebola quarantine watch 3 weeks too earlyBy J. D. Heyes, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) Texas health officials as well as others with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have ended a 21-day quarantine and observation period for dozens of people suspected of being exposed to the United States' first domestically diagnosed Ebola patient, and while scores more continue to be monitored, the watch period for this first group likely ended weeks before it should have.
According to Reuters, 43 persons who had been in contact with Patient Zero -- Liberian national...
Cure fungal infections naturallyBy Michael Edwards, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) So you think you have a fungus infection? Or is it a yeast infection? Is there a difference?
Mold, yeast, mildew - they are all fungi. Sometimes the words are used interchangeably. And sometimes the words yeast and fungus are used to describe different stages of the same infection.
Candida is the number one yeast infecting Americans. Due to our diet and our conventional medical practice of overusing antibiotics (not to mention their use in raising livestock and their pollution...
Inventor of internet warns of corporate-government takeover and the suppression of free speechBy J. D. Heyes, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) Do governments and corporations threaten the freedom and independence of the Internet? Yes, according to the man who developed it more than two decades ago (spoiler alert: No, it wasn't former Vice President Al Gore).
In London at an event called "We Want Web," British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee said both governments and corporations alike wanted to find a way to control the World Wide Web. He is calling for a bill of rights of sorts for the Internet that includes keeping...
What causes leaky gut syndrome and how to heal the intestinesBy Kali Sinclair, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) What is leaky gut syndrome? You hear the term leaky gut syndrome and imagine holes poked into your intestines. Unfortunately, your image is pretty much spot on.
In a healthy gut, the walls are lined with cells that are sealed together, providing a barrier that contains its contents. Villi, which contain a tiny vessel from the circulatory system and a vessel from the lymphatic system, absorb nutrients from our food. This exchange through the villi is designed to be the only means...
The best ways to stop disease and the Ebola pandemicBy Jonathan Landsman, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) The Ebola virus outbreak, of 2014, is just another example of how Western medicine has failed to serve society in an intelligent, effective way. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and just about every (conventionally-trained) infectious disease expert admit that an ebola cure doesn't exist. Mind you, after spending billions of taxpayer dollars, these are the same "health experts" that haven't cured heart disease, cancer or any other chronic disease...
The three-pronged strategy that will prevent Monsanto from ruling the worldBy J. D. Heyes, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) No question that biotech and BioAg giant Monsanto is a mega-corporation with lots of cash and lots of power, but that doesn't mean that it will rise to rule the world, in a manner of speaking.
That issue was addressed recently by Living Green magazine, which noted that "the issue of how we grow and process our food, while it's always been important, is now a hot topic both at the kitchen table and on Wall Street."
The magazine said that the recent scandal about a chemical used...
The incredible health benefits of purslane, a common edible garden weedBy Raw Michelle, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) Rather than pluck weeds from the lawn or the cracks of sidewalks, many people are instead eating them and enjoying a range of health benefits as a result.
Dandelion greens, for example, are becoming more of a common sight in the produce aisle. In fact, so beneficial to health is the weed that many experts have touted dandelion root tea as an amazing way to help fight cancer cells and lead to their death. Whether its leaves are eaten in salads or dandelion root extract is ingested...
Georgia police raid retiree's garden after mistaking okra for marijuanaBy PF Louis, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) While some states and cities have permitted medical marijuana use and individual pot plant growing for medical marijuana use, a few have even eased up on enforcing recreational marijuana use, even completely allowing it. But most states still consider "illegal" to be the same as "unethical," "immoral" or "dangerous."
So the boys with the badges have even more fun playing military invaders while zealously enforcing "illegal" marijuana possession or pot plant cultivation than they...
The most dangerous place to be right now during this Ebola outbreakBy Derek Henry, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) As Ebola continues to systematically spread throughout various geographic locations, one has to begin to put together their own plan of personal responsibility in order to have the best possible outcome should they become exposed to the Ebola virus. Part of this plan should entail staying away from the most dangerous place to be during this stage of an Ebola outbreak, in order to prevent its rapid transmission.
Air travel - a triple threat
Air travel has become a way of life...
Scientists: Humans are 'an infection' and Ebola is Earth's immune response to consume all the human 'meat'By Mike Adams, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) If you haven't yet read The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, a non-fiction book published in 1994, you're way behind the curve on the truth about Ebola.
This book reveals all sorts of astonishing truths about Ebola which have since been buried or distorted by a modern-day government operating in total denial. For example, the book documents numerous cases of an Ebola variant spreading via airborne routes among monkeys housed in completely separate rooms in level-4 biohazard facilities...
Fluoridated water calcifies your arteries: studyBy Ethan A. Huff, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) A major promoter of heart disease in the U.S. today could be a chemical that the government has been intentionally dumping into the water supply for decades on the premise that it prevents tooth decay. Fluoride, according to a new study published in the journal Toxicology, shows demonstrated cardiotoxic effects, which include the calcification and hardening of arteries.
Researchers from the University of Zaragoza in Spain looked at the effects of water fluoridation on the progression...
Detroit water shutoffs continue as city's decline into third-world status acceleratesBy J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) The decline and fall of the once-great city of Detroit is continuing apace, as city officials have been given the green light by a U.S. bankruptcy judge to continue shutting off water service to residents chronically behind on their bills.
Judge Steven Rhodes ruled recently that the city can continue the process of shutting off water to any non-paying customers, Reuters reported. Rhodes added that his court does not have any jurisdiction over the issue, and that suspending the shut...
James Stewart speaks about being arrested and declared a terrorist for providing raw milk to health-conscious familiesBy J. D. Heyes, September 25 2014
(NaturalNews) Rawesome Foods defendant James Stewart, who was prosecuted in California for daring to sell raw milk, talked recently about his treatment while in custody, saying he was "tortured in jail" and generally treated like he was some kind of hardened felon.
In this video interview, Stewart also said he was "forced to do things" that he did not want to do and that, generally speaking, due to him being labeled as a "sovereign," he is now considered to be "a terrorist" by authorities.
Glyphosate and aluminum in vaccines associated with rise of autism epidemicBy Jonathan Benson, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) Besides vaccines, there appears to be another major culprit in the escalating autism epidemic: Roundup herbicide. Data compiled from multiple government sources reveals that the steadily rising epidemic of autism in the U.S. is directly correlated with the rising use of glyphosate, the primary active ingredient in Roundup, on American crops.
A research student from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) put together several reports that reveal a corresponding increase between...
Top 5 kitchen items for home remedies & natural medicineBy Kali Sinclair, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) I remember the days when my medicine cabinet was filled with over the counter drugs along with prescription medications. Those days are gone. These are the top 5 kitchen items my family uses for first aid and health care.
Apple cider vinegarGarlicCoconut oilAloe VeraGinger
Apple Cider VinegarRaw, organic apple cider vinegar is amazing. Many people swear by it as a preventative, taking shots each day. It is a probiotic, therefore it helps keep the gut healthy. It's other uses...
Dallas hospital administrators ignored nurses' complaints about holes in protective gear while treating Ebola patientsBy Ethan A. Huff, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) One of the nurses who was present during the treatment of "patient zero" at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has come forward with allegations of serious administrative failures that put workers at risk. Briana Aguirre, who has worked at the hospital for three years, says she and other staff members were not given proper instructions about how to handle Ebola, and were also given faulty equipment that didn't adequately cover their skin.
The protective suits provided by...
Antibiotics linked to obesity in childrenBy David Gutierrez, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) Children who are exposed to more antibiotics before the age of two are also more likely to become obese, according to a study conducted by researchers from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
The study is only the latest to show a potential connection between excessive antibiotic use early in life and the later development of chronic health conditions...
How Candida makes you crave junk foodBy Michael Edwards, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) You make a resolution. You are going to eat plenty of organic produce every day. No more junk food. And then it hits--those cravings. You have to have chocolate. You'll die without a chocolate!
Chocolate's my thing. So is pasta. For many it's breads, cookies, white rice, yogurt, sugary smoothies, and/or alcohol.
There is no doubt that your blood sugar has a lot to do with sugar cravings, but blood sugar is not the only metabolic process driving you. If you are living with an overabundance...
SELLOUT: WebMD promoted Obamacare in exchange for secret payments of almost $14 millionBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) WebMD is now being exposed as a propaganda portal -- a website that accepts bribe money to promote special interests. WebMD can no longer pass as semi-credible source of health information after newly released documents revealed that the federal government has paid the site's content creators nearly $14 million to promote the unpopular insurance mandate called Obamacare.
That's right, the federal government is taking millions of dollars out of the people's wallets and using it to...
Best foods to detoxify the bodyBy Raw Michelle, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) The benefits of detoxifying the body go well beyond merely striving to help it bounce back after a weekend of unhealthy eating or drinking. In fact, the flushing out of toxins on a regular basis helps eliminate harmful substances that gradually accumulate in the blood and, in turn, wreak havoc on the body. (1)
An overload of toxins can jeopardize health from slight issues to life-threatening conditions ranging from bad breath and acne to depression and cancer. (1...
Global economy headed for massive crisis, warns widely respected Geneva ReportBy J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) A respected report that summarizes the world economic outlook has said that record global debt could trigger a massive economic crisis that would last for years, as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its global economic growth projections.
According to The Guardian and other sources, global debt has skyrocketed even though many governments (the U.S. not included) have worked to reduce public and private borrowing. Now, the renowned Geneva Report is sounding alarm bells, saying...
More Dallas hospital workers could have Ebola: CDC chief continues to blame 'breach in protocol,' insists 'any hospital' can handle virusBy J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said that anyone who cared for Dallas Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian national, at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital could be at risk of contracting the disease.
The admission by Dr. Tom Frieden following news that one of Duncan's caregivers, 26-year-old RN Nina Pham, has become infected despite wearing protective clothing and gear, was alarming to many.
"We are deeply concerned about this new development...
Heroin overdoses possibly linked to other causesBy Lindsey Alexander, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) A report was recently released that found a full-blown heroin crisis to be on the rise this year, plaguing the streets of New York. This has allegedly been the worst episode of state-wide drug overdoses related to heroin for any given year since 2003. In total, 420 people died in 2013, while there had been a total of 782 cases of overdose.
Writers at MedlinePlus describe heroin to be a white or brown powder, but it can also come in the form of sticky, dark goo. It is made from morphine...
Good news on the Ebola front: Every pause in the outbreak gives you more time to prepareBy Mike Adams, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) Frontline infectious disease workers are breathing a cautious sigh of relief in the United States today as a full six days have elapsed since the last report of a confirmed Ebola infection on U.S. soil. In one of the most honest opening paragraphs you'll ever read in the mainstream media, AFP reported via Yahoo News today: "With no new Ebola cases in five days, US authorities were cautious but hopeful Monday that the virus has been contained in the United States after a flawed response...
GM wheat discovered contaminating wheat fields in MontanaBy David Gutierrez, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) A field of unregulated genetically modified (GM) wheat has been discovered growing wild in Montana, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced.
No varieties of GM wheat have been approved for cultivation in the United States, but this is the second plot discovered growing on its own in less than a year and a half. Like the last such discovery, the new discovery in Montana may have a serious impact on the U.S. wheat export market.
Much of the wheat grown in the United...
Chemical contamination in environment, including pharmaceuticals, are 'growing at exponential rate'By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) The "innovative" and "challenging new compounds" created each day by commerce are threatening the planet in which we live, scientists say. More and more traces of pharmaceuticals are being discovered in our lakes, rivers and soil daily, and their effects are pretty much completely unknown.
For once, a lack of regulation on the government's part is largely to blame. The "environmental spread of pharmaceuticals" is totally ignored by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), allowing...
Media responds: 'Six reasons to panic' about Ebola in AmericaBy Jonathan Benson, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) A growing segment of the mainstream media is now engaging in cognitive dissonance regarding the Ebola crisis, warning the public not to get in a fear frenzy over the disease even though this same media is responsible for stirring up such panic in the first place. But as explained in thorough detail by The Weekly Standard, there are some valid reasons to panic about Ebola, despite what the media is saying.
Here are six of them:
1) Circulating Ebola strain has already mutated more...
Running from the cure - 4 things you can do to prevent cancerBy Derek Henry, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) It's October, and with that we are blasted with pink paraphernalia and special events (cancer runs) to help us recognize the growing problem of breast cancer. It is during this campaign that we also are reminded that the best plan is to learn how to detect cancer in the early stages, while scientists work feverishly on developing a cancer drug to "cure" those who are dealing with advanced stages of the disease.
It is this largely reactive and unnatural approach (waiting until you...
Next page ->