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UK feature articles

Free IVF for same sex couples and women over 40 under new NHS guidelines
Published September 15 2012
Concepts: NHS, sex, SAMe, same sex couples, IVF

In the UK, homeowners who defend themselves against burglars and violent criminals are routinely arrested and thrown in prison
Published September 12 2012
Concepts: WHO, homeowners, violent criminals, home, UK

Three benefits of olive oil compel its continued use
Published September 11 2012
Concepts: oil, olive oil, health, NIH, benefits

UK physiotherapy sells out to Big Pharma. Is chiropractic next?
Published August 30 2012
Concepts: chiropractic, UK, physiotherapy, Big Pharma, health

Criminal UK government threatens to raid Ecuadorian embassy in act of war to kidnap Julian Assange
Published August 25 2012
Concepts: UK government, Ecuador, UK, act of war, raid

The culture of cover up in the drug industry means it is not the place to invest
Published August 20 2012
Concepts: drug, industry, drug industry, UK, health

Wikileaks' Julian Assange exposes truth about evil empires and their war on journalists, whistleblowers
Published August 19 2012
Concepts: Ecuador, war, evil, Julian Assange, NaturalNews

Oxytocin spray may encourage a brighter outlook for troubled marriages
Published August 16 2012
Concepts: Oxytocin, men, hormone, 2012, science

New UK data finds prescription drugs 62,000 times more likely to kill than supplements
Published August 15 2012
Concepts: supplements, drugs, UK, risk, natural

30 years of secret, official transcripts prove vaccine schedules in US and UK are based on government lies
Published August 1 2012
Concepts: vaccine, government, vaccines, vaccination, UK

Seaweed toothpaste stops tooth decay
Published July 14 2012
Concepts: seaweed, toothpaste, dental, news, bacteria

UK patient needlessly dies of dehydration due to neglect as part of 'backdoor euthanasia' program
Published July 14 2012
Concepts: UK, patients, hospital, dehydration, neglect

Anti-obesity vaccine shot offers false promise of staying slim even on a junk food diet
Published July 10 2012
Concepts: obesity, food, junk food, vaccine, weight

MMR causes autism, proven in Italian court case
Published June 22 2012
Concepts: autism, MMR, UK, child, causes

Water supply contaminated with antidepressants may cause autism
Published June 17 2012
Concepts: water, water supply, autism, antidepressants, environment

U.S. Government blocks sales of fuel-efficient cars
Published June 15 2012
Concepts: car, government, fuel, cars, U.S. government

Sulphite preservatives in wine and food can cause significant health issues
Published June 14 2012
Concepts: wine, food, preservatives, health, UK

Cell phones: 50 percent increase in frontal and temporal lobe tumors in children
Published May 30 2012
Concepts: tumors, children, health, increase, cancer

Birth defects - could Epilim be the new Thalidomide?
Published May 22 2012
Concepts: birth defects, drug, Epilim, birth, thalidomide

Big pharma 'research' suggests all people over 50 should take statins every day for life
Published May 20 2012
Concepts: statins, people, UK, Big Pharma, drug

Police taser Alzheimer's patient
Published May 17 2012
Concepts: police, Taser, Alzheimer's, UK, man

The end of Modern Medicine has arrived, according to the WHO
Published May 17 2012
Concepts: antibiotic, antibiotics, medicine, modern medicine, resistance

Large hospitals spread MRSA superbug
Published May 15 2012
Concepts: MRSA, hospitals, hospital, health, patients

The Measles Lie, and the ongoing ad campaign disguised as news
Published May 6 2012
Concepts: UK, measles, child, autism, health

Health 'experts' propose over-the-counter contraceptives for children
Published May 1 2012
Concepts: UK, health, contraceptives, children, pill

America's number one medical cannabis dispensary bypasses restrictions by outsourcing their research to the UK
Published April 14 2012
Concepts: research, cannabis, medical, health, medical cannabis

Do solar storms impact your health?
Published March 20 2012
Concepts: technology, news, earth, solar storms, risk

UK researchers push heart drug as potential 'cure' for racism
Published March 19 2012
Concepts: drug, heart, researchers, UK, racism

Anti-diabetes drugs may cause diabetes
Published March 8 2012
Concepts: diabetes, drugs, drug, UK, risk

How services like Netflix (in moderation) could help parents break the junk food propaganda stranglehold
Published March 5 2012
Concepts: food, child, propaganda, parents, children

Woman disabled by antibiotic taken for a simple chest infection
Published February 22 2012
Concepts: antibiotic, antibiotics, UK, side effects, infections

British government considers using nerve agents on their own people
Published February 20 2012
Concepts: government, agents, nerve agents, chemical, UK

Fury after girls are given contraceptive implants without parental consent
Published February 12 2012
Concepts: implants, health, girls, treatment, UK

British women the most obese in Europe
Published February 7 2012
Concepts: obesity, obese, women, British women, 5

Correction: victory against GMOs and Monsanto not achieved in UK
Published February 3 2012
Concepts: Monsanto, news, GMOs, GMO, NaturalNews

Forget personal privacy - UK to microchip prescription medicines with new smart pill
Published February 2 2012
Concepts: health, UK, medicines, medicine, privacy

Edible drug-tracking microchips to be unveiled in UK by year's end
Published January 20 2012
Concepts: microchips, UK, edible, drug, technology

Just how much alcohol do Brits drink anyway? Legislators call for two non-alcohol days each week
Published January 11 2012
Concepts: alcohol, consumption, UK, legislators, drinking

All that glitters is gold: Metal theft rising in UK and around the world
Published January 6 2012
Concepts: UK, thieves, rising, theft, copper

Picky eater children more prone to allergies due to food repetition, suggest studies
Published December 10 2011
Concepts: children, allergies, food, allergy, foods

NaturalNews issues consumer alert about Adya Clarity, imported as battery acid and sold for internal consumption
Published October 28 2011
Concepts: Adya Clarity, iron, aluminum, men, water

Biotech's dirty tricks exposed in new documentary: 'Scientists Under Attack'
Published October 7 2011
Concepts: GMO, GMOs, scientist, corn, food

Southampton officials vote against water fluoridation scheme
Published September 26 2011
Concepts: water, water fluoridation, Southampton, fluoride, UK

Having a problem getting pregnant? A remarkable discovery that will improve your chances
Published September 25 2011
Concepts: man, moon, men, improve, science

Climate 'science' gone wild: UK researchers to pump toxic sulfates into sky to promote global cooling
Published September 21 2011
Concepts: toxic, UK, sulfates, researchers, global cooling

BMJ had secret financial ties to Merck during publication of articles attacking Wakefield
Published September 7 2011
Concepts: vaccine, Merck, BMJ, medical, financial ties

Fukushima radioactive caesium leaks 'equal 168 Hiroshimas'
Published August 30 2011
Concepts: Fukushima, radioactive, UK, radiation, Hiroshima

More cases of rickets turn up in UK, lack of sunshine exposure to blame
Published August 2 2011
Concepts: rickets, UK, cases, exposure, sun

UK government to save DNA profiles of innocent people, civil liberties groups speak out
Published July 29 2011
Concepts: DNA, UK, civil liberties, government, people

UK nurse arrested for allegedly murdering hospitals patients
Published July 26 2011
Concepts: nurse, UK, hospital, hospitals, murdered

A real Planet of the Apes? UK scientists secretly grew human-animal hybrids in laboratory experiments
Published July 23 2011
Concepts: scientists, human, UK, human-animal hybrids, laboratory

UK authorities mimic CDC by revealing self-defense strategy for when 'zombies' invade
Published July 17 2011
Concepts: UK, zombie, CDC, zombies, report

British government squanders millions conducting secret GM potato trials while non-GM variety already performs spectacularly
Published July 8 2011
Concepts: GM potato, government, UK, crop yields, natural

UK group turns leftover food waste into fertilizer for organic gardens
Published June 25 2011
Concepts: waste, food, fertilizer, UK, food waste

US, UK to cut national power supplies in preparation for massive solar storms
Published June 16 2011
Concepts: power, UK, event, power supply, threat

UK hospital staff heartlessly left man to die in hallway, ten hours later dragged his corpse away
Published June 10 2011
Concepts: man, UK, hospital, nurse, fatalities

Government recruits doctors to become thought police, pinpoint potential terrorists among their patients
Published June 8 2011
Concepts: doctors, government, police, UK, report

UK food board suddenly reverses position, approves cloned food without labels despite lack of safety studies
Published June 4 2011
Concepts: food, UK, safety, cloned food, labels

TEPCO now confirms nuclear meltdown in Fukushima reactor No. 1
Published May 12 2011
Concepts: nuclear, meltdown, reactor, fuel, Fukushima

EU ban on top herbal supplements signifies crackdown on natural health
Published May 6 2011
Concepts: health, natural, herbal, ban, supplements

Super bug breakthrough -- manuka honey may reverse antibiotic resistance
Published April 14 2011
Concepts: honey, antibiotic, Manuka honey, UK, bacteria

Fukushima meltdown update: Cesium in the soil, ocean waters contaminated and fuel core meltdown now under way
Published March 31 2011
Concepts: Fukushima, UK, meltdown, cesium, news

UK grocers adopt humorously illegitimate certification program for 'sustainable' GM soy
Published March 31 2011
Concepts: soy, grocers, UK, program, certification

GM soy making its way into the UK food chain through animal feed
Published March 28 2011
Concepts: soy, food, UK, food chain, GM soy

Japanese mayor urges evacuation after discovering government ignored, misled him and his people about true dangers of nuclear fallout
Published March 18 2011
Concepts: people, government, nuclear, dangers, evacuation

Cloned milk, meat may soon hit UK store shelves
Published February 28 2011
Concepts: food, meat, milk, store, UK

Flu scare fails as public opposes new mega h1n1-loaded vaccine
Published January 20 2011
Concepts: flu, vaccine, health, swine flu, UK

Seasonal flu vaccine fairy tale rapidly collapsing as the truth comes out
Published January 18 2011
Concepts: vaccine, flu, flu vaccine, vaccines, seasonal

UK blames healthy people for causing flu vaccine shortage
Published January 11 2011
Concepts: vaccine, flu, healthy, people, healthy people

UK non-profits end era of sunlight ignorance and vitamin D denial
Published December 19 2010
Concepts: Vitamin D, sun, UK, non-profits, sunlight

UK to boost vaccination rates by pumping babies with six vaccines at once
Published November 24 2010
Concepts: babies, vaccines, vaccine, vaccination, rates

School milk programs being challenged in UK as unhealthy
Published November 17 2010
Concepts: milk, school, UK, schools, human

Baby milk formula makes children fat, study finds
Published November 16 2010
Concepts: baby, milk, fat, study, children

Cancer is a man-made disease, research concludes
Published November 11 2010
Concepts: cancer, research, disease, man-made, UK

In UK, sodas with artificial colors to carry hyperactivity warning
Published November 5 2010
Concepts: hyperactivity, colors, artificial colors, UK, sodas

Big Ag lobbyists wrote UK government's report on GM foods
Published October 13 2010
Concepts: lobbyists, report, food, UK, crop

Homeopathy Comes under Fire from British Medical Association
Published September 3 2010
Concepts: homeopathy, medical, health, British Medical Association, doctor

UK breast cancer rates four times higher than in eastern Africa
Published August 11 2010
Concepts: breast cancer, rates, cancer rates, UK, Africa

Monsanto: The world's poster child for corporate manipulation and deceit
Published July 30 2010
Concepts: Monsanto, 5, food, farm, farmer

Cancer Charity Continues Fear Mongering against Sun Exposure
Published June 10 2010
Concepts: sun, cancer, men, charity, fear mongering

National Health Service Recruits Six Times More Bureaucrats than Nurses
Published April 1 2010
Concepts: health, bureaucrats, UK, National Health Service, national health

Elderly patients being executed with medicines in UK hospitals
Published March 29 2010
Concepts: patients, elderly, elderly patients, UK, medicines

One Million UK Patients Addicted to Prescription Drugs
Published March 15 2010
Concepts: patients, prescription, UK, drug, drugs

Swine Flu is Officially Over: UK National Pandemic Flu Service to be Closed
Published March 4 2010
Concepts: flu, UK, swine flu, pandemic, anti-viral

Surge in infertility tourism leads to Viking babies
Published February 27 2010
Concepts: men, tourism, women, infertility, sperm

Ideal Diet in the UK has Horrible Food Combining
Published February 4 2010
Concepts: food, health, lunch, UK, diet

Global deep freeze threatens 2010 food supply
Published January 12 2010
Concepts: food, 2010, weather, produce, world

Number of UK Children Put on Obesity Drugs Soars 1500 Percent in Seven Years
Published January 7 2010
Concepts: drugs, obesity, children, drug, UK

Number of Prescriptions Written in UK for Antidepressants Nearly Equals Entire Population
Published December 4 2009
Concepts: prescriptions, UK, antidepressants, increase, 5

Woman's leg amputated by mistake following false cancer diagnosis
Published November 28 2009
Concepts: cancer, WHO, doctor, patients, surgeons

When Antibiotics Fail, Nurses Turn to Maggots And Manuka Honey to Beat Superbugs
Published November 12 2009
Concepts: honey, Manuka honey, maggots, antibiotics, UK

Natural Healing and Lifestyle Changes Shown to Help Psoriasis
Published October 16 2009
Concepts: psoriasis, increase, skin, fat, lifestyle changes

Consumer health group calls for scientific inquiry into safety of cervical cancer vaccines
Published October 11 2009
Concepts: vaccine, health, scientific, safety, cancer

UK Children Brainwashed into MMR Vaccine Support Through Manipulation of Academic Exams
Published September 25 2009
Concepts: vaccine, MMR, children, MMR vaccine, UK

Suicide Prevention Drug Pushing Racket - Part II
Published August 21 2009
Concepts: suicide, drug, 5, men, report

New Study Shows Vegetarians Less Likely to Develop Cancer
Published July 21 2009
Concepts: cancer, vegetarians, study, risk, shows

UK Program Would Ask Patients to Rate Doctors
Published July 11 2009
Concepts: patients, UK, program, doctor, doctors

Hospital of Horrors in UK Killed Hundreds
Published June 18 2009
Concepts: hospital, patients, UK, trust, report

1300 Girls Harmed by HPV Vaccines in UK; Bizarre Side Effects Like Paralysis and Epilepsy
Published May 18 2009
Concepts: girls, HPV, paralysis, vaccines, UK

Dispelling the Myths Surrounding Homeopathy
Published November 1 2008
Concepts: home, homeopathy, homeopathic, medicine, heal

Rare Watermelon Fetches $6,000 in Japanese Auction
Published October 27 2008
Concepts: watermelon, UK, Japan, sell, world

Mainstream Media Lies about Vitamin D Deficiency and Parkinson's with Deceptive Headlines
Published October 15 2008
Concepts: Vitamin D, Parkinson's, news, health, media

UK Doctors Push HPV Vaccine on Gay Men and Young Boys
Published October 2 2008
Concepts: men, vaccine, HPV, HPV vaccine, news

Psychotropic Drug Use Soars in UK Teens
Published September 26 2008
Concepts: UK, children, increase, drug, drug use

UK Lawmaker Seeks to Deny Education to Children Who Aren't Vaccinated
Published September 23 2008
Concepts: children, UK, WHO, education, vaccination

New Push for Statin Drugs in UK as GPs are Asked to Dole Out Drugs for Millions More
Published September 5 2008
Concepts: drugs, statin drugs, UK, Dole, gps

UK Health Secretary Orders Mass Fluoridation of England's Children
Published August 17 2008
Concepts: fluoridation, health, water, mass fluoridation, UK

Why Westerners Are the Wastrels of the World
Published December 27 2007
Concepts: food, waste, UK, advertising, companies

UK to Mandate HPV Vaccinations for Schoolgirls
Published November 18 2007
Concepts: HPV, UK, vaccinations, vaccine, HPV vaccinations

To Combat Obesity, Find Thinner Friends
Published November 18 2007
Concepts: obesity, combat, weight, overweight, obese

Widespread vitamin D deficiency in UK leaves children at risk of rickets, cancer
Published November 11 2007
Concepts: rickets, Vitamin D, children, risk, UK

Must Organic Also Be Ethical?
Published October 17 2007
Concepts: organic, UK, milk, farmers, produce

Human pharmacists replaced by robot in UK hospital
Published March 30 2007
Concepts: robot, pharmacists, human, drug, UK

UK organic standards threatened by proposed labeling laws
Published February 16 2007
Concepts: organic, food, UK, labeling, standards

UK Healthcare Commission: Mental health patients overdosed with prescription psychotropic drugs
Published January 22 2007
Concepts: health, patients, mental, mental health, healthcare

UK Consumers looking to natural food, not bars or shakes, for weight loss
Published January 19 2007
Concepts: food, weight, consumers, natural, diet

UK consumer group reveals junk food companies' misleading ad tactics
Published November 29 2006
Concepts: junk food, children, UK, misleading, marketing

Blood pressure, cholesterol drugs being widely overprescribed, UK doctors warn
Published October 31 2006
Concepts: drugs, cholesterol, blood, doctors, UK

Could a pint of cider help keep the doctor away? (press release)
Published October 17 2006
Concepts: apple, research, UK, doctor, apples

Super blackcurrants with boosted vitamin C (press release)
Published October 2 2006
Concepts: vitamin C, research, blackcurrant, blackcurrants, UK

Fuel cells, a neglected clean source of energy (press release)
Published September 26 2006
Concepts: fuel, fuel cell, energy, fuel cells, UK

Vitamin supplement could help treatment-resistant asthma (press release)
Published September 7 2006
Concepts: asthma, patients, supplement, treatment, research

Coca-Cola banned at UK university as awareness of pesticide content spreads
Published August 21 2006
Concepts: Coca-Cola, university, banned, UK, pesticide

Major UK study shows over 80% of high-risk patients may not be adequately treated after surgery (press release)
Published July 17 2006
Concepts: patients, surgery, study, UK, shows

Autism rates surge, say UK researchers
Published July 14 2006
Concepts: autism, UK, rates, increase, children

New Zealand honey being tested on cancer patients
Published July 7 2006
Concepts: honey, New Zealand, cancer, UK, infection

UK begins serious debate to ban TV advertising of junk foods to children
Published July 6 2006
Concepts: ban, UK, advertising, debate, foods

Folic acid deficiencies are widespread; here's why nearly everyone needs more folate
Published December 29 2005
Concepts: acid, folic acid, men, folate, 5

Shocking New Evidence Shows Mad Cow Disease Prions Can Be Harbored In Humans For Decades Without Symptoms
Published August 6 2004
Concepts: disease, mad cow, mad cow disease, prions, vCJD

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