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Why pot should be decriminalized but never smoked: question your beliefs starting nowBy Mike Adams, February 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Supporting the decriminalization of pot does not mean supporting its recreational consumption. Let's be honest about pot's effects on people who smoke it regularly: first it makes them dull, then apathetic, and finally stupid. With enough repeated use, recreational pot use turns intelligent, productive people into unmotivated stoners.
That doesn't mean it should be illegal, however. And that's the point of this article: I am wholehearted in support of marijuana decriminalization...
BMJ investigation exposes Big Pharma as conspirator in WHO pandemic flu scamBy Ethan A. Huff, February 16 2014
(NaturalNews) The World Health Organization (WHO) is the subject of a new investigation aimed at uncovering what really took place during the 2009 global influenza pandemic, which led to tens of millions of people being vaccinated for so-called "swine flu." A joint investigation by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) has already uncovered major conflicts of interest at WHO, whereby vaccine companies profited heavily from the pandemic and the mass hysteria...
Pollen from GM soybeans threatens Mexico's honey salesBy PF Louis, February 11 2014
(NaturalNews) A large part of Mexico's agricultural export is honey. They are ranked fifth worldwide for exporting the bees' food, but recently Germany rejected a batch of honey from Mexico. Pollen from genetically modified (GM) soybean plants was found in the honey being imported.
Bee keepers in the region and agricultural authorities of the Mexican state of Campeche, one of the states in the Yucatan Peninsula at the southeastern tip of Mexico, were mystified. So a research team familiar with...
Mammograms are more harmful than you thinkBy Reuben Chow, February 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Mammograms are widely touted as an effective breast cancer screening tool. But some research and experts suggest that it could be causing more harm than good.
Increases cancer risk In undergoing mammograms, women are exposed to radiation. And radiation, as we know, is a cause of cancer.
Dr. Russell Blaylock, an oncologist, brain surgeon, and neuroscientist, estimated that annual mammograms could raise breast cancer risk by 1 percent to 3 percent per year. According to him, "some...
UK school expels brothers for bringing cheese crackers to school, says they violate 'healthy eating' policyBy Jonathan Benson, February 16 2014
(NaturalNews) In a shocking turn of events, a British parochial school has decided to expel two young brothers, one age six and the other four, for allegedly violating its healthy eating policy. Colnbrook C of E Primary School in Berkshire says six-year-old Riley Pearson repeatedly broke the rules by bringing cheese crackers, which the institution sees as nutritionally unbalanced, that his mother packed for him to school.
Controversy erupted after young Riley was found with the snack food multiple...
Europe embraces healthy raw dairy by unveiling fresh milk vending machinesBy Carolanne Wright, February 16 2014
(NaturalNews) As the U.S. government continues to wage war on raw dairy products, several European countries have done just the opposite by expanding access to the food through unpasteurized milk vending machines. Taking to heart findings from current research, Europe has recognized the exceptional health benefits of raw dairy and subsequently promoted it. Compared with pasteurized and homogenized dairy, raw milk offers a wealth of nutrition - all without the drawbacks of oxidized fats, denatured...
Military-style guerrilla raid on Silicon Valley power substation puzzles FedsBy J. D. Heyes, February 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Some say it could be just a fluke. Others say it might have been a dry run by terrorists. But nearly all analysts agree that, if it occurs on a wider scale, it could cripple the U.S. power grid.
A report by the Los Angeles Times recently said authorities are baffled by a low-tech, but highly coordinated, attack on a power substation in a remote area of California:
They came after midnight, two or more armed individuals so deft that they cut telecommunication cables in an underground...
Is your food living or dead?By Jay Ricci, February 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Dr. George Malkmus said, "Our body is a living organism, comprised of living cells that were designed by God to be nourished exclusively with living (raw) plant-sourced foods." Is the majority of the food you eat on a daily basis living or dead? Maybe you never thought to put your food into one of those two categories but it may help you in your quest to avoid serious health problems now and in the future.
Is the majority of the food you consume in its raw natural state or has it...
Rhode Island could be next state to legalize potBy J. D. Heyes, February 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Following a growing trend across the country, Rhode Island could be the next state to legalize marijuana for recreational use, if legislation recently proposed is passed and signed into law by the governor.
A bill introduced by state Sen. Joshua Miller and state Rep. Edith Ajello, both Democrats, called the Marijuana Regulation, Control and Taxation Act would make Rhode Island the third state behind Colorado and Washington to legalize the drug - which remains illegal under federal...
North Carolina warns residents to avoid water and fish from contaminated Dan RiverBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, February 15 2014
(NaturalNews) North Carolina has beautiful countryside, with the Appalachian mountains rolling through its western lands. A nice sprawl of rivers work their way through the state. Near the northern border winds Dan River. Once a serene river to fish from and an excellent source of fresh water, it has now become clouded with pollution from a catastrophic Duke Energy coal-ash spill.
Residents warned not to touch Dan River for miles, as thousands of tons of coal ash billow into the waterThe North...
Tom Brokaw announces he has cancer; Doctors call it 'incurable,' despite natural curesBy Jonathan Benson, February 15 2014
(NaturalNews) It was recently announced that former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw has multiple myeloma, a type of bone marrow cancer that the conventional medical industry says is incurable, though treatable. And while Mr. Brokaw has since come out publicly to say that these treatments have been going smoothly, the mainstream media is insistent that the special correspondent will never be cured of his condition, despite the fact that natural cures for multiple myeloma do exist.
In a recent...
Programming your ketogenic dietBy Dr. David Jockers, February 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Ketogenic diets are all the rage as they have been shown in studies to reduce inflammation, improve metabolism and enhance brain function. Many individuals do not know how to successfully enter into and maintain ketosis. Natural ketosis is an incredible physiological state that can be measured and cycled or maintained for excellent health.
Many people continue to confuse natural ketosis with the pathological ketoacidosis. Ketoacidosis is due to an extreme insulin deficiency such...
UK government can now ban smoking in cars to protect childrenBy S. D. Wells, February 15 2014
(NaturalNews) British Members of Parliament voted through a House of Lords amendment to enable the UK Health Secretary to ban smoking in cars with kids inside. Not just Wales but all of Great Britain is reeling from the decision, trying to figure out how the Government deems it "sensible" to regulate their every private decision, like whether to pollute their own lungs and have children with smelly clothes. "And thy law shall protect you from yourselves, and that will be the law of the land! And...
Keep yourself, your pets and your home healthier with apple cider vinegarBy Sue Woledge, February 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Apple cider vinegar is an age-old remedy that has a surprising number of uses, and while ewhole books have been written on this amazing remedy, many of us are still unaware of just how usful apple cider vinegar (ACV) can be. The following are just a few of the ways that we can use ACV to add to our health and our lives:
1. Tummy troubles, indigestion and bloatingMix one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar into a glass of water and drink before meals to improve digestion. This will...
Teens who use energy drinks more likely to smoke, use alcohol, take drugsBy J. D. Heyes, February 15 2014
(NaturalNews) A new study has found that energy drinks may be a sort of gateway drug to smoking, alcohol and drug use for teens.
The study, which was published in the January/February issue of the Journal of Addiction Medicine, found that nearly one-third of American teenagers drink high-caffeine energy drinks, or so-called energy "shots." These same teens also reported higher rates of alcohol, drug or cigarette usage, researchers found.
The same things that drive young people to consume energy...
New York City douses parks with toxic Roundup hundreds of times annually: Is your city doing the same thing?By Ethan A. Huff, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Spring is just around the corner, which for millions of Americans will mean bursting forth from hibernation into the lush green spaces of their local public parks and recreational areas. But if your town or city is anything like New York City, playing ball or doing yoga on those crisp blades of enticing grass at the first sign of warmth could also mean inadvertently exposing yourself to unknown levels of the world's most popular and controversial herbicide, Roundup.
Arkansas residents continue to suffer one year after Exxon oil spillBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Residents in Mayflower, Arkansas, have been sick, coughing and with chronic headaches. Many are leaving their neighborhood and moving somewhere safer.
When one of ExxonMobil's pipeline's burst about a year ago, a major oil spill overtook their community. Oil poured through the streets and onto the lawns. Large cleanup operations came in to help, but the environmental damage remains, affecting the health of nearby homeowners.
Health officials report that the area is safe - residents...
4-H youth club partners with Monsanto: World's youths in danger of pro-GMO indoctrinationBy Zach C. Miller, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Monsanto, considered by some to be the world's most-hated corporation, has negotiated a partnership with 4-H, a popular worldwide agricultural youth organization. 4-H has more than six million members in 80 countries, anywhere from elementary school age through high school. Monsanto boasted the partnership by giving a shout-out to "National 4-H Week."
Influencing the future The 4-H organization is extremely influential to children, and has a strong impact on mental and emotional...
Twitter, Facebook really do make people stupid, says scienceBy Julie Wilson , February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) 2014 exists in an era when technology allows us to instantaneously access vast amounts of information; however, this advancement has apparently caused our intellect to dwindle, resulting in a population of people unable to think analytically.
A recent study conducted by Dr. lyad Rahwan, an honorary at the University of Edinburgh, revealed frequenters of social network sites like Twitter and Facebook, have difficulty thinking critically and independently.
Dr. Rahwan's study consisted...
Losing your job because of Obamacare is actually good for you, says Democrat lawmakerBy Ethan A. Huff, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has announced that the equivalent of roughly 2 million full-time American workers will vanish from the U.S. economy by 2017 as a result of Obamacare, and one Democrat lawmaker from Minnesota says this is a good thing, because "American work too much anyway."
During a recent interview with ABC News' Jonathan Karl, Representative Keith Ellison confessed his view that millions of people losing their jobs is somehow a positive development for the...
New hemp oil could be a powerful cooking alternativeBy J. Anderson, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) A recently developed hemp plant may prove to provide the ideal cooking oil; watch out, olive oil. The University of York reported that they have developed a hemp plant that contains a significantly higher quantity of oleic acid. The new hemp oil not only offers a longer shelf life and a higher heat tolerance but also has a very similar fatty acid makeup to olive oil.
The research, published in the Plant Biotechnology Journal, demonstrates that the scientists were able to traditionally...
Mysterious underwater 'fairy rings' are not the work of aliensBy J. D. Heyes, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) There has been much speculation about some mysterious underwater "fairy rings" that have been spotted off the coast of Denmark.
Besides the fairy angle, some have suggested that perhaps they are the work of aliens. Others have had a more, say, realistic view: Maybe they were caused by heavy bombing during World War II.
None of those answers are correct, according to scientists and biologists.
Fairies have long been blamed, however...
In fact, the phenomena are rings of green...
Cities consider switching from corrosive salt to natural beet juice for de-icing roadsBy Jonathan Benson, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) It would seem as though they are better suited for filling a lunch plate than being spread all over our roads. But beets, and particularly beet juice, are proving to be a highly effective alternative to pollutive salt rocks for de-icing roads in colder areas, which is why many cities are now considering making the switch from applying salt alone to potentially flooding the streets with shimmering beet brine.
In Indiana, officials from the Fort Wayne Public Works Department are convinced...
Cannabis compound relieves pain from osteoarthritisBy Shelley M. White , February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Pain from osteoarthritis leaves many debilitated due to stiff and swollen joints. While prescriptions are readily available for osteoarthritis sufferers, they often leave patients with the choice of living between two worlds: If they take prescription pills, they may live with less physical pain yet suffer from the wide array of side effects that pharmaceuticals are equipped with. If they choose not to take prescriptions due to side effects, they will live in the chronic physical pain...
Researchers say your body odor should be your new IDBy J. D. Heyes, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Ever share a cab, an elevator or some other small space with someone who has an odor? Well, in the near future, our body odor will not need to be quite that pungent in order for us to be identified through technology. Just a hint of a smell will do.
At least, that is what researchers at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, along with the Ilia Sistemas company, are hoping. They are making progress on the development of a brand-new biometric technology that would allow some sort of device...
Woman's legs make up two-thirds of her bodyBy J. D. Heyes, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) She's been told before, "You're all legs!" She, more than anyone else of course, knows that.
Her name is Brook Banker. She's a 5'11" model. She has 47-inch legs.
In all, her legs make up roughly two-thirds of her body, which is incredible.
"When I was in high school, I would have preferred to be 4-11 rather than 5-11. But my height has helped me to play volleyball at a high level and to make a career out of modeling," she said in an interview with the New York Post.
Ad Calls for End to Taiji Dolphin Drive HuntBy Laura Bridgeman, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project, a project of Earth Island Institute, today ran an advertisement in the New York Times calling for an end to the bloody dolphin hunts in Taiji, Japan. The ad includes a link to the Dolphin Project website where the public can send a letter to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe asking him to end the hunts and help a baby albino dolphin, called Angel, from dying in captivity:
Link to Abe letter: http://dolphinproject.org/take-action/free-angel
Lawmakers introduce bill to restore 'Net Neutrality' rulesBy J. D. Heyes, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) It is one of those pieces of legislation that should be unnecessary, but as it happens, it is being welcomed, especially by online publishers, bloggers and other producers of news and opinions that might be considered unruly by the ruling class.
A group of Democratic lawmakers have introduced a bill designed to allow the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reestablish so-called "Net Neutrality" rules that were struck down by a federal appeals court in January.
The future of Bitcoin is in the hands of clueless regulatorsBy J. D. Heyes, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) In recent months, we've begun to pay more attention to the alternative currency phenomenon that is Bitcoin, but as time goes on - and despite more coverage of the currency and its uses - most Americans still don't know much about it, and that includes those who are trying to regulate its uses.
As reported by Wired, financial regulators in New York State recently held hearings on Bitcoin and other digital currencies. Unfortunately, perhaps, a number of businesses that seek to push...
How drinking coffee can give you a long, happy lifeBy Sarka-Jonae Miller, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) People joke about how drinking coffee has created a culture of caffeine junkies, people who are basically zombies without their cups of Joe. But the reality is that while some people will take anything to excess, moderate coffee consumption may actually be good for you. Very good. Research links drinking coffee to lowered risk of serious health condition, to longevity, and to better moods.
Coffee fights diseasesStudies indicate that drinking coffee correlates with lower risks of...
California-grown Lundberg rice shows near-zero heavy metals; case closed on 'naturally occurring' excuse for lead in rice productsBy Mike Adams, February 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Immediately after Natural News shocked the natural products industry by revealing significant levels of heavy metals in rice protein products, several of the smaller manufacturers got together to try to figure out how to counter scientific facts with public relations spin.
Three nights ago, a secret phone meeting was held among several of these smaller companies, and in that meeting they decided to counter my scientific research and laboratory results with a public relations campaign...
Global cancer rates to skyrocket by 70% over next 20 years as conventional medicine failsBy Ethan A. Huff, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) The overall number of new people who will develop cancer in a given year is expected to nearly double over the next two decades, claims a new report put out by the World Health Organization (WHO). Analysts at the international governing body say the current global rate of about 14 million new cancer cases annually, per 2012 data, will eventually balloon to somewhere in the ballpark of 25 million new cancer cases annually by 2035.
The sobering report comes on the heels of an earlier...
Australian organic farmer files lawsuit after crop ruined by GMO contaminationBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) More organic farmers these days are being invaded by the transgenic seed and pesticide industry. Genetically modified organisms, developed in a lab, are cross-contaminating real seeds, real crops and real whole food. GMO industry is a bully that scrapes real food off people's plates, replacing nutrition with chemical-bred, genetically altered food science. This food science has destroyed the nutritional content of whole food, while splicing it with bacteria genes.
China arrests man for spreading the same bird flu panic that the CDC spreads in the USABy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) A man in central China has been arrested for social media web chats claiming that bird flu has come to his province. The detained man, known as Zhou, was cited for claiming online that a doctor in his province died of bird flu. He claimed that Yichang People's Hospital in Hubei had lost a pregnant doctor due to the H7N9 virus. The state agency, Xinhua, also reports that Zhou has spread panic in his area, claiming that "multiple cases" of infection were found in "other regions of the...
Fish oil dramatically improves brain healthBy Sandeep Godiyal, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) Researchers have known for quite some time that fish oil is highly beneficial to optimal human health. These benefits include better brain health, which is why so many manufacturers of infant milk substitutes rushed to add both DHA and omega-3 fatty acids, amino acids found in high quantities in fish, to their products. Some recent research has shown that these benefits go beyond the developing brains of the smallest people and can help people of all ages enjoy a dramatic increase in...
Spirulina's antioxidant effects help protect against lead acetate-induced damageBy PF Louis, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) Despite assurances of safe levels in water and only traces in cosmetics, most scientists agree that there are no safe levels of lead. Lead is toxic, period. It serves absolutely no useful function for the human or animal body. It can affect every organ of a body but most often adversely affects red blood cell production, protein metabolism, the kidneys and the nervous system. 
Lead is so toxic that it is no longer allowed in paints, and lead additives are banned from gasoline...
More companies voluntarily phasing out GMOs in response to growing consumer demandBy Jonathan Benson, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) Demand for genetically modified organisms (GMOs), or synthetically derived "food" owned by multinational corporations, is on the decline, suggests a new report by NPR. And many U.S. farmers are now voluntarily switching to non-GMO and organic crops to meet this growing demand for clean food, despite the fact that mandatory GMO labeling has yet to become a reality anywhere in North America.
Much of this demand comes from Asian countries like Japan, admits Illinois-based grain processor...
Blue Zones: What we can learn from the world's longest-living peopleBy Michael Ravensthorpe, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) In 2008, an American writer and explorer named Dan Buettner published a book entitled The Blue Zone: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest. This book, which was an extension of a report Buettner wrote for National Geographic in 2005 about longevity, contained information about five regions in the world in which people lived for an unusually long time (often over 100 years, as proven by verifiable birth certificates). These five regions, which Buettner named...
Simple invention can seal a gunshot wound in just 15 secondsBy J. D. Heyes, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) It is being hailed as breakthrough technology and something that would be especially useful for the military - yet it is a concept so amazingly simple that you may wonder why someone didn't develop it sooner.
According to Popular Science, one of the most difficult duties on the battlefield is dressing wounds - gunshot wounds, wounds caused by shrapnel, penetrating wounds of varying kinds - in part because it is traumatic and painful for the wounded soldier:
A medic must pack gauze...
Top 5 hormone disruptorsBy Derek Henry, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) 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 There has been a war on BPA, and for good reason. This chemical used in plastics imitates the sex hormone estrogen in your body, which can result in cancers, obesity, heart disease...
Obamacare's 30-hour employment rule will lead to more layoffsBy S. D. Wells, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) I thought reform was a good word, but the National Retail Federation says the current 30-hour employment rule is causing businesses to "cut employee hours to avoid offering them health insurance." The new definition, or delineation so to speak, for working full time (or not) depends on the government's interpretation of "reform" and affordable (highly profitable) healthcare. Retail and restaurant businesses are blasting the new mandated "definition" of full-time. Reform by mandate,...
Toxic living - signs, symptoms and solutionsBy Jonathan Landsman, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) In North America, over 80% of the food supply contains genetically modified organisms (GMOs) that destroy the digestive system and immunity. Chemtrails, a government-sponsored geoengineering project, spray the sky over our head with toxic materials like aluminum, barium and strontium - without our permission and paid for by taxpayer dollars. Make no mistake, we live in a toxic world and we need to do everything in our power to protect ourselves.
Don't let toxins ruin your life. On...
Science reveals sugar is as addictive as major illegal drugsBy Dr. Megan Heimer, NHE, J.D, N.D., February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) What if you discovered that a food you were consuming had the same effects on your body as a highly illegal drug and could lead to addiction, cravings, bingeing, chronic degeneration, and even death? In depth studies show that consuming sugar has the same effects on the body as taking heroin and cocaine.
Heroin is a white crystalline substance derived from morphine. Sugar, is a white crystalline substance most often refined from genetically modified sugar cane. Both are highly addictive...
So much for healthcare 'reform' - Greedy Big Pharma pushing up drug pricesBy J. D. Heyes, February 5 2014
(NaturalNews) Despite the Affordable Care Act's promise of controlling healthcare costs, the prices of many drugs are quietly skyrocketing - doubling, tripling and, in some cases, even quadrupling in price - but for some reason, no one seems to know why.
There has been some speculation as to why Big Pharma is jacking up prices, but in the "opaque world of health care pricing, figuring out what's driving the increase has become difficult - if not impossible," reports the National Journal.
The health benefits of durians: Smelly fruits with hearts of goldBy Michael Ravensthorpe, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) The durian (Durio zibenthinus) is a large, round, thorn-covered fruit that is native to southeast Asia. Known in the West for over 600 years, durians are characterized by their extremely pungent and unpleasant smell, which is often described as resembling rotten meat or sour milk (and those are just the polite descriptions). Despite their external unpleasantness, however, durians are extremely nutritious fruits. In fact, their nutritiousness is such that southeast Asians regard them...
Polar vortex credited with cutting the murder rate in crime-ridden ChicagoBy J. D. Heyes, February 13 2014
(NaturalNews) What police officers, handgun bans and public policies have been unable to do in Chicago to lower the murder rate, Mother Nature has managed to accomplish.
According to a rather macabre website belonging to the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper - a site which tracks murders in the city - the chill of the polar vortex is being credited with lowering the city's grotesque murder rate.
In fact, according to police statistics, the murder rate in Chicago in January 2014 was half of what it...
More toxic rice? FDA recalls Uncle Ben's Infused Rice after victims suffer skin rashes, headaches and nauseaBy Mike Adams, February 12 2014
(NaturalNews) Just days after Natural News revealed the presence of the heavy metals lead, cadmium and tungsten in rice protein products, the FDA has issued an urgent recall of Uncle Ben's Infused Rice products sold to institutions like schools and nursing homes.
According to the FDA's recall notice, "FDA's Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation Network (CORE) was notified of a cluster of illnesses at three public schools in Katy, Texas. Thirty-four students and four teachers experienced...
New farm bill allocates 80 percent of $1 trillion spending program toward food stamps; $200 million annually toward advertising for Big AgBy Ethan A. Huff, February 12 2014
(NaturalNews) The Republican-controlled Congress, with full support from the Democrat-led administration, has passed a monstrosity of a farm bill that allocates hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars to fund food stamps and other government welfare programs. It also mandates that $200 million be set aside every year to help promote factory food products grown by the likes of Monsanto.
CBS Evening News recently ran a short segment on the legislation, which one government watchdog correspondent...
More medical tyranny: Father sentenced to life in prison after daughter dies following eight vaccinations in one dayBy Ethan A. Huff, February 12 2014
(NaturalNews) Just days after a U.K. father was sentenced to life in prison for allegedly killing his own daughter, who reportedly died from unusual head injuries after receiving the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella, an American father received the same sentence following the oddly similar death of his 12-week-old baby girl.
VacTruth.com reports that John Sanders of Lansing, Michigan, has been sentenced to life in prison without parole after botched court proceedings found him guilty...
Three major signs you have mercury poisoningBy Derek Henry, February 12 2014
(NaturalNews) Heavy metals are becoming more pervasive in our food, water, and air supply to the point they are turning up in products that we have previously deemed completely safe. Mercury is one heavy metal in particular that has ended up in our physiology in a variety of ways, and as a result, is causing the slow poisoning of our bodies to the point of acute illness. Here are some of the common signs.
Digestive problems There are no shortage of reasons why people have digestive problems, but...
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