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Heavy metals in cigarettes feed 'the hook' - Learn how to get unhookedBy S. D. Wells, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) What amounts of heavy metals are deposited in your body if you smoke a pack of cigarettes every day? What if you smoke two packs a day? Heavy metal toxicity feeds the vicious cycle of needing super-strong nicotine to provide temporary relief from heavy metal toxic overload, also known as the "aspirin for the cigarette hangover." Find out what it means to your body to be smoking the heavy metals in cigarettes at 250 to 500 inhalations per day. What the heck are you REALLY smoking? If...
How to detoxify and lose inchesBy Janet Lancaster, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) Many people know that toxins are at the root of many diseases. Yet toxins also impact weight management. Excess toxins are stored in fatty tissue and accumulate in fat cells, adding to body mass. A healthy lifestyle helps prevent toxic overload. Avoiding and eliminating toxins isn't complicated; there are many natural, free and inexpensive ways to detoxify and lose inches.
Impact of toxins Excess toxins are stored in fat cells. The more fat cells available, the greater the ability...
Daily vitamin intake can reduce risk of cataracts in menBy J. D. Heyes, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) There has been no shortage of "experts" and naysayers in recent months downplaying the health benefits of dietary supplementation, but time and again science proves them wrong.
New research by scientists at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School has found that long-term daily use of multivitamin supplements can work to reduce the risk of men developing cataracts.
A research team led by Dr. William Christen of Harvard Medical School, which published its findings...
Enjoy better health with alkaline foodsBy Sandeep Godiyal, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) By now, everyone knows just how important diet is to health. The foods that are eaten, as well as the quantities, often have a profound effect on the condition of the body. Of course, staying away from excess fat, sugar and additives is one component of eating well.
High acid foods unbalance body Eating foods that are high in alkaline helps to keep the elements of the body in balance. In general, people consume too much protein in their diets, to the point that it displaces other...
Nobel prize winner warns of rising stock market bubbleBy J. D. Heyes, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) We're not much into random doom-and-gloom predictions, but we have pointed out before that a country as far in debt as we are - and getting deeper in debt by the day - cannot sustain itself forever.
So what happens to a country's financial markets when its government tanks economically? You guessed it. The markets tank as well.
But a failing government isn't the only thing that can crash a market. Other factors contribute as well, such as when the market finally adjusts after...
MSG is safe in small amounts, or so you thinkBy Cindy L. , March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) MSG is a flavor enhancer added to loads of processed foods. Conventionally considered to be safe for consumption, MSG has even been touted to be beneficial, as it can help reduce salt intake while keeping food tasty. Although some consumers claim they experience what is known as the MSG symptom complex after ingesting the additive, studies are quickly highlighted to assert the absence of link between MSG and the symptoms, as well as conditions like asthma and obesity. Even if MSG produces...
GMOs will unleash global killer 'ecocide' across the planet, warns prominent scientistBy Mike Adams, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) A top scientist and "risk engineering" expert is now publicly warning that GMOs pose a dire, genuine threat to the continuation of life on Earth. Nassim Taleb, author of The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness, says that GMOs have the potential to cause "an irreversible termination of life at some scale, which could be the planet."
His full explanation is presented in this public paper which describes how even a small risk per crop species can still result in global ecocide if pursued...
Disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 begins to demand supernatural explanationsBy Mike Adams, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) As the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continues to absolutely baffle investigators, explanations for what might have happened to the flight have entered the realm of the supernatural. Astonishingly, the Washington Post is now reporting that smartphones of some passengers who boarded the flight are still active and connected to the 'net even though the plane they were on has vanished.
As WashPost reports:
One of the most eerie rumors came after a few relatives said they...
Wal-Mart spreads across America like epidemic disease: Watch the animationBy J. D. Heyes, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) Most of the country lives in an urban or suburban environment. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2010, the number of Americans living in the country's 3,573 urban areas (defined as population groupings of 50,000 or more) was about 249.6 million people.
To those who still live rurally, mom-and-pop stores and small businesses offering a variety of goods are still around. But never far away are what we call nowadays the "big-box stores" -- giant chain retailers that offer lots...
Government study finds toxic Roundup herbicide in 75 percent of air, rain samplesBy Jonathan Benson, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) You might not want to hold your tongue out to catch that enticing drop the next time it rains -- you could end up inadvertently taking a swig of Monsanto's Roundup herbicide. New research published in the journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry reveals that both air and rain are contaminated with Roundup and other toxic agricultural chemicals more than 75 percent of the time in some areas, exposing potentially hundreds of millions of people to small and perpetual doses of hidden...
Produce in India's capital declared unsafe for human consumption due to pesticide residueBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) A suo moto probe has been issued in India, as dangerous levels of pesticides continue to show up in produce served in India's open markets. Suo moto probes are often issued by courts when the subject matter is dire and of public interest.
Upon the revelation of new findings in early March 2014, the High Court of Delhi declared that much of the produce sold in the open markets is unfit for human consumption.
After a court-sanctioned committee tested various fruits and vegetables...
Low exposure of chemicals in food packaging over the long term may pose health concernsBy J. Anderson, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) One aspect of continually eating foods packaged in plastics and other materials may be the prolonged low exposure of chemicals and other substances. A recent commentary published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health indicated that the substances in the packaging of many processed foods can leach into the actual food itself, posing many health concerns.
Common packaging chemicals For example, the cancer causing substance formaldehyde is legally used in food packaging...
Why doesn't USDA's seal of 'certified organic' check for heavy metals?By S. D. Wells, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) The industrial contamination of farms has reached alarming levels in the United States, and Mike Adams, Editor-in-Chief of Natural News, is sounding the alarms. This is like Paul Revere carrying THAT message, but this is for your health and sanity, instead of just your right to your land and your income.
Foods being imported and exported all over the world are contaminated with heavy metals at unconscionable levels, and nobody is doing a thing about it, except for Consumer Lab and...
Chemotherapy-free cancer treatment uses body's own immune system to attack diseased cellsBy J. D. Heyes, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) A revolutionary breakthrough in cancer treatment that is being described as a "game-changer" would see the body's own immune system utilized to attack diseased cells, rather than rely on sickening chemotherapy, researchers announced lately.
Scientists at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York say they have successfully experimented with the new procedure, using 16 people who had advanced leukemia and had otherwise run out of treatment options. The researchers said the...
Vaccine Rights Attorney Challenges Colorado Legislature on Vaccine Exemption BillBy Alan Phillips, J.D., March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) 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 be educated about the risks and benefits of vaccines in order to exercise a non-medical vaccine exemption. Vaccine rights activists oppose this bill because the true risks are seldom...
Latest studies show that glyphosate causes gluten intoleranceBy Sue Woledge, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) The incidence of gluten intolerance, celiac disease and other health problems linked to the consumption of wheat and gluten are on the rise world wide and seem to be reaching epidemic proportions. But while wheat, and more specifically gluten, have traditionally been blamed for this modern epidemic, new evidence points to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide, as being a probable cause or contributor to this rapidly increasing health crisis.
It would seem...
Yellow dyes said to contain toxic chemicalsBy J. D. Heyes, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) New, as-yet-unpublished, research has found that traces of a chemical banned in the U.S. some 35 years ago is leaching out of clothing and printed materials from around the world.
The chemical, a polychlorinated biphenyl called PCB-11, was found in just about every sample of paper products sold in 26 countries, as well as clothing sold in the United States. And researchers say their findings could shed light on how the chemical, which is tied to yellow dyes, paints and inks, has...
The process used to make black and oolong tea destroys many of the antioxidants found in green and white teaBy David Gutierrez, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) Although green and white tea leaves are harvested at different times, they share an important characteristic: they are pan- or oven-dried immediately after harvesting.
In contrast, both black and oolong tea are allowed to sit out in the air for varying lengths of time before being dried. While sitting out, they undergo a process called oxidation, in which free radicals in the air (primarily oxygen molecules) react with the molecules inside the tea leaves and change chemical structures...
Is stress ruining your life? Learn how to tame this health destroying beast with a few simple tipsBy Carolanne Wright, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) Stress is such a common occurrence in our daily lives that we have come to the point where we barely question its presence. And yet, when we ignore these heightened states of pressure, our physical, mental and emotional health suffers. But it doesn't have to be this way. Taking a cue from those who are cool under fire, we can transform our daily experience into one that is productive, relaxed and actually enjoyable.
Danger signs of stress According to the Mayo Clinic, chronic stress...
How to debunk the most common dietary myths using scienceBy Ethan A. Huff, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) While more and more dietitians, nutritionists and doctors are coming around to face the facts that all calories are not the same and that fat is actually good for you, there is still a strong status quo element pushing dietary myths like the low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet, for instance, and "saturated fats are bad" dogma. These and other popular, yet fundamentally incorrect, dietary fallacies are still prevalent, but they are also easily debunked using science, that is if you know...
Keep calm: Risk of heart attack rises in hours after angry outburstBy J. D. Heyes, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) If ever there was a reason to try to stay calm in stressful situations, this is it: A new study finds that you may be more at risk for a heart attack or stroke following an angry outburst.
Researchers were quick to add that the absolute risks to any one person of having heart problems following a single outburst remain low. But, following a review of multiple studies, researchers determined that the risk did, in fact, rise considerably when compared to periods of calm.
Reasons to avoid the use of prescription sleeping pillsBy Sandeep Godiyal, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) Even if you have trouble sleeping, you should still avoid taking sleeping pills because there have been recent headlines linking some of these pills to death.
In a new study in the journal BMJ Open, it has been proved that even occasional use of prescription pills increases the risk of cancer and death. In this study, researchers looked at the medical records of around 10,500 people who used prescription sleep aids, such as Restoril and Ambien, and then compared them with all those...
Low vitamin D levels in pregnant women increases risk of life-threatening disorderBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, March 11 2014
(NaturalNews) Blocked out of our modern lives with chemical lotions and chemtrail aerosols, sunlight is often disregarded and disrespected. Sedentary lifestyles keep people indoors, out of touch with the sun's living energy. As the main source of vitamin D, sunlight is often taken for granted and misunderstood for its role in preventing a wide range of degenerative diseases. Life on Earth depends on the energy emanating from the sun, including its unseen powers of vitamin D that shine down, through...
Six important facts you're not being told about lost Malaysia Airlines Flight 370By Mike Adams, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) There are some astonishing things you're not being told about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the flight that simply vanished over the Gulf of Thailand with 239 people on board.
The mystery of the flight's sudden and complete disappearance has even the world's top air safety authorities baffled. "Air-safety and antiterror authorities on two continents appeared equally stumped about what direction the probe should take," reports the Wall Street Journal.
WSJ goes on to report:
Chinese government cafeterias go non-GMO; public schoolchildren still being fed poisonsBy Jonathan Benson, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Outrage erupted in the health world after China's Ministry of Education recently announced that it does not serve genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to diners at its cafeteria. GMWatch.org and others report that the government agency has a sign currently posted at the doorway of its cafeteria stating that GMOs are not served to government employees or members of the public who might visit the facility, and yet these same transgenic derivatives continue to be served to China's public...
Exclusive: Cognitive pain management breakthrough far better choice than back surgery, says surgeonBy J. D. Heyes, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) A Washington-based orthopedic surgeon who has developed a pain management system for sufferers of chronic back pain says it is a much better alternative to back surgeries which have low success rates.
Dr. David Hanscom, in an interview with Natural News, said that his Structured Care Program not only works well, but has saved a number of patients from the continued pain, aggravation and frustration of unsuccessful -- and inappropriate -- back surgery.
"An incredibly large number...
Lead is harmful at any dose; push is on to lower lead limits for AmericansBy Ethan A. Huff, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Every few years for the past half-century, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has progressively lowered the official threshold for what it considers to be "safe" exposure to lead. But during a recent evaluation, the agency determined that there really is no safe level of exposure to lead, and that the only way to ensure public safety is to continue lowering this threshold every four years until it eventually reaches zero.
It was previously believed that only...
Go on a fast to improve brain health and live longerBy Raw Michelle, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Mention the word, "fasting" and it's bound to raise eyebrows. Some say it's a great way to recharge our system and put our bodies on track while others are adamant that it's harmful, suggesting that it throws our bodies out of whack. Where do researchers at the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore side? They shun the latter statement, saying that fasting is good for us. So good, in fact, that it benefits our brains and promotes longevity. Take that, naysayers.
The study, lead...
French government pressures EU to take action on endocrine-disrupting chemicalsBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) The modern-day consumer is inundated and assaulted by various endocrine-disrupting chemicals. Very little awareness exists. What are these chemicals doing to the human race as a whole? Expert health officials from the French government are pressuring the European Union to define these endocrine-disrupting chemicals and help raise awareness of the havoc they cause in destroying the human body's homeostasis.
Endocrine disrupters pose several silent risks to the human bodyThese endocrine...
Maui citizens' group launches petition to suspend GMO productionBy PF Louis, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Hawaii may become the first whole state in the United States to totally ban genetically modified (GM) crop and seed production island by island. First, the island of Kauai, one of Hawaii's major islands lying northwest of the Big Island, passed a resolution that at least restricts biotech industries' invasion of the islands. It also restricts and closely monitors the herbicides and pesticides used, mostly by the biotech industries.
Then shortly after that, the Big Island of Hawaii...
Cancer, heart disease, diabetes and aging don't stand a chance against the protective benefits of amlaBy Carolanne Wright, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Popular in Ayurvedic medicine, Indian gooseberry is a force to be reckoned with. Otherwise known as amla, this superfruit protects against an impressive list of ailments, many of which are degenerative. The berry is also famous as a potent beauty elixir for its role in reducing hair loss and graying, as well as smoothing wrinkles and fortifying the skin. A veritable 'Fountain of Youth,' amla can help keep you sprightly, vibrant and disease-free.
The chemistry behind a healing fruit...
Substance used to seal asphalt puts children at greater risk of cancerBy PF Louis, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) The substance is often called pitch or tar and is made from coal tar. It's similar to the creosote used to water-seal telephone poles and railroad ties. And it functions as a sealant for aging asphalt roads, parking lots and driveways showing cracks and openings. There is a problem though: the sticky stuff is full of PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons), which are highly toxic and carcinogenic.
Thus far, two states, Washington and Minnesota, have banned the sale and use of coal...
Six ways women can reduce their risk of strokeBy J. D. Heyes, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Studies have shown that women are more at risk of suffering a stroke than men, and for the first time, women and their physicians are now armed with evidence-based guidelines on how best to reduce those risks.
"The take-home here is really about starting prevention earlier," Dr. Cheryl Bushnell, an associate professor at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C., told National Public Radio. Bushnell is the lead author of the guidelines published recently in Stroke...
Do refined carbs pack on the pounds and create addiction? Brain imaging study says yesBy Carolanne Wright, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Eating highly processed carbohydrates can have a similar effect on brain chemistry as addictive substances according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Stimulating regions of the brain involved with reward and craving, refined carbohydrates were found to cause excess hunger and overeating, leading the researchers to suspect limiting high-glycemic foods could be an effective method for discouraging obesity.
A public health crisis Astoundingly, the rate of obesity in...
Many citrus-flavored food products get their taste from artificial chemicals derived from turpentineBy David Gutierrez, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Turpentine, an important industrial chemical extracted from the resin of pine trees, is so toxic if inhaled that it will not only irritate the skin and eyes but also damage the respiratory and central nervous systems.
If consumed, turpentine can cause kidney failure. It is this dangerous defensive plant compound that forms the basis of the citrus flavor in many popular consumer products such as desserts and beverages. That's because turpentine is an easily acquired member of an important...
Stress linked to increased risk of mental illnessBy Yanjun, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Post traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, is often the result of extensive periods of stress. These chronic levels of stress can lead to mental health problems in the long term. For many people, this manifests itself as anxiety, as well as other mood disorders, that show up as they age.
Stress signals overload When the body undergoes a stressful situation - taking a test, giving a speech in front of class, being reprimanded by an employer, being stationed in a war zone...
Top 6 arguments made by 'impossible' relationship partners (and what to do about them)By Mike Bundrant, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Are you in a relationship with someone who puts up impossible arguments?
Impossible arguments turn sincere questions or friendly confrontations into depressing, unwinnable battles.
Of course, you don't want to just give up on the relationship. So, you keep trying. And the more you try, the more impossible the arguments become.
Before long, hopelessness, helplessness, frustration and even rage set in. You struggle with these feelings and do your best to put on a happy face,...
Medical Mafia, insurance racket and Obamacare collaborate to control health, public ignorance and profitsBy PF Louis, March 10 2014
(NaturalNews) Disclosure: This writer is not for or against Obamacare or any politician. He considers the whole for-profit medical industry to be an obscene racket, and the term Medical Mafia is appropriate for this deathly monopoly.
And the insurance racket is part of the Medical Mafia, because it won't cover any effective, safe and much less expensive alternative treatments.
The Obamacare situation is becoming more of a scandal than the boondoggle it was from the start. Now that Americans...
Pennsylvania residents complain of sewage sludge spread near homesBy David Gutierrez, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Residents of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, have complained about a state program to spread sewage sludge on public lands near their homes, citing health concerns.
The treated sewage sludge, formally known as "biosolids," is intended to enrich the soil and help vegetation regrow on the site of a former strip mine that has been turned into a state game reserve. A New York waste management company has received a permit to dispose of biosolids on 50 acres of Pennsylvania state land...
Many beer and wine makers add fish bladders, gelatin and powdered blood to their productsBy David Gutierrez, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Although very few beers or wines are made using animal ingredients, such ingredients are often used during the filtration process, in which natural solids are removed to give the final product a translucent appearance.
These solids include ingredients that are part of the original recipe (such as grape skins) as well as solids that form during fermentation (such as yeast cells).
Common filtering (or "fining") additives include egg whites, milk proteins, sea shells, gelatin (made...
Research suggests a diet rich in probiotics discourages colon cancerBy Carolanne Wright, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Good news: If you're a fan of probiotics, another health benefit has been added to the ranks, this time concerning lowered colorectal cancer (CRC) risk. A known immune booster, probiotics also hinder harmful pathogens in the gut that can lead to cellular mutations. Not only that, certain species of beneficial bacteria form conjugated linoleic acid in the colon, which may inhibit the development of cancer through anti-inflammatory action.
Keeping the colon healthy and disease-free...
Are you dehumanized by the city?By S. D. Wells, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Most people have "been there, done that" or they are doing it now. Most people avoid it like the plague, but some people live and work in it. There you are, and you're stuck in your car, during rush hour traffic, and it's bumper to bumper on some main downtown thoroughfare, boulevard or even on the "expressway"! You've been living in the city for awhile, breathing in the exhaust and fumes from factories and millions of cars; the tall buildings and cement cities just keep it all hovering...
Multivitamins found to help men avoid developing cataractsBy Ethan A. Huff, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Medical science is all over the place these days, with one recent study erroneously claiming that "multivitamins" are a complete waste of money, while many other studies say they are beneficial. Well, now a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Ophthalmology has confirmed that daily multivitamin use in men can help protect against cataracts, one of the leading causes of blindness among the elderly.
Researchers from Harvard Medical School found, after analyzing data collected...
Pyroluria: The most common unknown disorderBy Dr. David Jockers, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Pyroluria is a unique metabolic condition that is very rarely recognized in both the medical and natural health world. Some researchers in the orthomolecular medicine and orthomolecular psychiatry believe that up to 10 percent of the population has this metabolic condition. It is considered by many in the functional medicine world the most common unknown disorder. Pyrolurics need a specific diet, lifestyle and supplementation program to get well.
Pyroluria is a genetic condition...
Economics of self-sabotage: The safest trillion dollar investment EVERBy Mike Bundrant, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) If there is anything in life that you can count on, it's people doing harm to themselves. In fact, it seems the world economy might just collapse if it weren't for consumers acting outside of their own best interests.
Businesses around the globe invest in your potential for self-sabotage routinely and to the tune of trillions of dollars. Why? There is only one reason: It's a secure investment.
If it weren't such a safe bet, the world's business landscape would look very different...
Vets exposed to bomb blasts may have brain injury and not know itBy J. D. Heyes, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan who were exposed to intense explosions caused largely by IEDs -- improvised explosive devices planted along roadways to target military vehicles -- may have suffered brain injuries without demonstrating any symptoms.
That is the finding of new research, which has revealed that vets exposed to these kinds of blasts are still at risk of damage in their brain's white matter, even though symptoms may not present.
Woman loses 80 pounds, no longer suffers from acid reflux and other conditionsBy Antonia, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Allyson Grabish-Paniccia is a proud woman, and for good reason.
She once tipped the scales at 240 pounds, but in just one short year, she dropped 80 of them. In that same time frame, she lost 100 inches, 12 sizes, 34 percent body fat and her problems with acid reflux. Even her migraines and arthritis flare-ups greatly diminished.
"I was the heaviest I had ever been," she says referring to her size 22 pants. Grabish-Paniccia explains that her pregnancies contributed to her weight...
A quarter of Americans believe the Sun revolves around themBy J. D. Heyes, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) There is a lot to criticize about American public education -- and some things that are praiseworthy. But when one-quarter of us don't realize some basic facts about the universe in which we live, well then, "Houston, we've got a problem."
According to a report by the National Science Foundation (NSF), about 26 percent of 2,200 respondents incorrectly answered this question: "Does the Earth go around the Sun, or does the Sun go around the Earth?"
The right answer, of course, is...
Brain biomarker can potentially diagnose heart inflammationBy J. Anderson, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Brain damage or neurodegeneration can commonly be diagnosed by examining the levels of specific protein biomarkers. It turns out that these same biomarkers can be used to diagnose and assess the severity of myocarditis, or heart inflammation, according to a study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Translational Research.
There currently isn't a noninvasive way to confirm a diagnosis of heart inflammation. The current invasive method is biopsy, which can miss the inflammation...
Plants actually want seed predators like squirrels and jays to hoard their seeds in giant food storesBy David Gutierrez, March 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Typically, we assume that plants live in an antagonistic relationship with seed predators, but, in fact, some plants appear to encourage such predators, especially those that engage in food hoarding behavior. After all, if not every seed in a cache gets eaten, whether because there was too much food or because the animal forgot about a given food store or was eaten by a predator, the seeds will germinate far from the parent tree (seed dispersal).
In fact, because seed caches are...
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