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'Sacred cow' of industry science cult should be slaughtered for the good of humanity, BMJ editor says

5/13/2015 - Widespread acceptance of pre-publication peer review as the "gold standard" of science-based research is entirely misguided, warns a former editor of the British Medical Journal (BMJ), one of the top scientific journals in the world. Richard Smith, who served as the editor of BMJ between 1991 and...

Popular cigarettes found to contain toxic metals: Lead, Cadmium, Arsenic and Aluminum

3/5/2015 - Today I'm publishing the laboratory test results that document the levels of lead, cadmium, arsenic and aluminum found in popular cigarettes and cigarette rolling paper. The good news is that the concentrations of metals are very low in the rolling paper. Below, a series of graphics show the cigarette...

Yet another stem cell scientist discredited as research claims unravel

1/14/2015 - A Japanese stem cell scientist whose most recent work in the field was believed to be a major game-changer has officially resigned from her post following the discovery that she fabricated her research findings. Dr. Haruko Obokata claimed to have come up with a method of creating customized stem...

Bathroom hand dryers aerosolize dangerous germs at 2,700% higher rate than using paper towels, study claims

12/10/2014 - Drying your hands after washing them is an automated and often thoughtless task for most of us; however, both hand dryers and paper towels take a substantial toll on the environment. Offices, shopping malls, businesses, restaurants and parks all contain public restrooms that require some sort of device...

The dollar is headed for collapse - 599 failed paper currencies in world history prove it

12/9/2014 10:50:19 AM - For centuries, the British Pound was the world's reserve currency, because it was consider to be the strongest of all currencies. That is no longer the case; shortly after World War II economically devastated the British Empire, the pound retreated as the world's reserve currency and the U.S. dollar...

Population reduction white paper argues that the killing of 2 billion people still isn't enough

11/17/2014 - In the modern era, uber-left wing academics who view environmentalism as a religion and take on blind faith that the world is being destroyed by the infestation of human beings have long considered and discussed how best to achieve "population control" and even population reduction. Most have been...

Mainstream media rapidly becoming irrelevant in world of online, decentralized news

6/4/2014 - Is it possible there will come a time in the future when legacy newspapers like The New York Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and the Los Angeles Times will lose influence? Actually, that time has already come. In the decades since growth of the Internet began to explode, traditional...

Dishonest global warming reports are good, as long as they promote certain agenda, paper says

4/25/2014 - According to a pair of economists who have recently published a peer-reviewed paper in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, lying about climate change in order to advance an extremist environmental agenda is a great idea. As reported by Breitbart News, the authors -- Assistant Professors...

Academia hoaxed by fake scientific papers auto-generated by gobbledygook text generators

3/27/2014 - Natural News has exposed dirty dealings with Big Pharma, the FDA and medical journals who publish bogus study reports for years. Bogus study reports included ghost-written papers signed by credentialed physicians and paid for by the drug companies. They also included papers based only on data from trials...

New printer uses water instead of ink

2/22/2014 - Soon, if Chinese researchers are successful, the world's printers won't use environmentally unfriendly ink - they will use water. Many people find it much more difficult to read from a brightly lit computer screen. For them, there is nothing like the feel of paper in hand. Plus, printing stories,...

New Harvard paper slams FDA, says agency 'cannot be trusted'

12/17/2013 - A prominent Harvard University professor has compiled a new report that slams the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its failure to honestly and ethically approve new drugs. Set to be published in a special issue of the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, the damning report declares that the...

Freedom of the press vanishing from student newspapers across America

12/9/2013 - Most of us don't pay attention to student newspapers. Yet, these publications are where many budding journalists get their feet wet for the first time. It's exciting to learn to craft a story that your peers will read. Knowing the paper is sure to be read by teachers and school administrators, too,...

Over 100 science journals accept hoax scientific paper for publication, zero quality checks conducted

10/13/2013 - Online academic journals are losing integrity. It has now been proven that many open access journals trade truthful scientific information for a mere profit, as they accept flawed scientific studies just to earn publishing fees. This is generating a lot of poisoned, misleading scientific articles that...

The fall of the daily paper: Mainstream media loses readers, ad revenues as internet takes over

8/9/2013 - The decline and fall of traditional mainstream daily newspapers and monthly magazines is continuing unabated, as demonstrated by a spate of bad news that has recently beset some of the biggest names in the industry. The reasons for print journalism's downfall are clear, if not easily accepted among...

Australian Telegraph newspaper endorses medical child abuse: Unvaccinated children should be raised as outcasts

5/12/2013 - In a new low for even the mainstream media, the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph newspapers in Australia are pushing a campaign of outright medical child abuse they call "NO JAB NO PLAY." The campaign demands that unvaccinated children be barred from all social contact with other children and condemned...

Vogue confession: Many supermodels eat tissue paper to feel full while starving themselves

5/9/2013 - The unseen, behind-the-scenes world of fashion, glamour, and the supermodels that don the latest from these on the covers of magazines is a whole lot darker than most people probably think it is. And the former editor of prominent fashion magazine Vogue Australia tells all in the new title The Vogue...

Exclusive: Scientific paper that announced high levels of lead in rice suddenly retracted by its author

4/21/2013 - A recent scientific paper that concluded imported rice was heavily contaminated with lead has been suddenly withdrawn by its author. Natural News has confirmed from the author, Monmouth University Chemistry Professor Tsanangurayi Tongesayi, that the paper is "recalled until further notice." The paper,...

The New York Times history of false reporting exposed by TimesWatch

4/17/2013 - The "Old Gray Lady," as The New York Times is often called, has long been referred to as "the newspaper of record" in the United States. While these were terms of endearment once upon a time, increasingly they are being viewed as either disparaging or, in the case of the latter description, outright...

Mainstream media actively trying to get gun owners murdered by listing their home addresses

12/29/2012 - Fallout from the publication of the names and addresses of some New York handgun permit holders by a local newspaper continues to grow, as shock has turned to outrage amid calls for legal action against the paper's editors. As we reported earlier, The Journal News made the incredibly stupid decision...

Anti-gun agenda leads local New York newspaper into violating Fourth Amendment rights of gun owners

12/27/2012 - The United States has become an over-lawyered, litigious society, to be sure, but sometimes violations of the Constitution and the law are so punitive and blatant that you can't wait for the suit to be filed. That appears to be the "case," if you'll pardon the pun, over the outrageous publication...

Investigation reveals epidemic of fraudulent research by scientists and doctors

10/4/2012 - The journal Nature sounded an alarm in the scientific and medical communities in 2011 by reporting that the number of research papers that had to be retracted was soaring to over 300 a year. The findings were often excused as simply honest mistakes. But now the real truth is coming out. Greed, forgery,...

Worse than BPA? Toxic BPS chemical found hiding in receipts, recycled paper

7/17/2012 - Growing awareness about the prolific presence of the hormone disruptor bisphenol A (BPA) in plastics, receipt paper, money, and various other consumer products and materials has led to the widespread removal of this highly toxic chemical from many products in recent years. But bisphenol S (BPS), the...

Your toilet or tissue paper may be contributing to extinction of tigers

2/13/2012 10:23:01 AM - A group known as Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) is largely responsible for the decimation of half of Sumatran and other Indonesian rain forests since 1985. These rain forests were the natural habitats for tigers. Activists with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are clamoring for grocery and other store chains...

Dentist used paper clips in root canals as part of fraudulent Medicaid scam

1/25/2012 1:26:05 AM - A former Fall River, Massachusetts, dentist has pleaded guilty to bilking the Medicaid system out of $130,000, illegally prescribing prescription drugs, intimidating a witness, and committing assault and battery. CBS Connecticut reports that Michael Clair had been running a third-rate dental practice...

Low impact holidays: less trash

12/11/2011 - (NaturalNews)For many of us, the first snow is on the ground, night skies are star-studded and a holiday spirit is in the air! Holidays, as much fun as they are, have a tendency to bring out some of our most entrenched bad habits. The holidays should not be a burden on the environment, but they are....

Money and the Blame Game: Seeing Beyond 'Occupy Movements' and 'End The Fed'

12/3/2011 - To say fractional reserve banking is bad is like saying that fire is bad - it's kind of silly for its simplistic assumption. The relevant question is: what are you using it for? Morally, who has committed the greater offense: the farmer who uses loan money to purchase toxic pesticides to spray over...

Global warming fraud: Iconic polar bear on melting ice cap a hoax

8/19/2011 - Images of periled polar bears sinking into arctic seas because of melting polar ice caps have become an iconic symbol of the devastating consequences of so-called global warming. But a new government investigation into the supposed science surrounding this now-infamous urban legend has revealed that...

Mainstream media websites promoting Acai Berry Diet weight loss scam with "weird belly fat tips" ads

2/10/2011 - Over the last several months, the LA Times website and other mainstream media outlets have been running ads featuring text with messages like, "1 Trick of a Tiny Belly: Cut down a bit of your belly every day using this 1 weird old tip." A Consumer Wellness Center investigation (www.ConsumerWellness.com)...

Now you can turn office documents into toilet paper

7/15/2010 - A Japanese company known as Oriental has invented a device that recycles office paper into toilet paper onsite. "All the customers needs to do is put the shredded paper in, take the toilet paper out and supply the machine with water," said Oriental's technology manager, Kimihiro Nozawa. The machine,...

Science Paper Calls for More Research Into Perennial Grain Crops

7/9/2010 - Ask any knowledgeable gardener to tell you what kinds of plants are easiest to grow and care for and they'll tell you: perennials. As opposed to one-season wonders, perennial crops grow deeper roots, stronger bonds with the soil, are easier to care for, and are better for the ecosystem around and under...

Glaxo Birth Defect Litigation Reveals Paxil Promoters on Speed Dial

3/3/2010 - In the first Paxil birth defect trial against GlaxoSmithKline, much of evidence focused on the doctors on Glaxo's payroll involved in the corruption of the medical literature and seminars given to promote the off label use of Paxil with pregnant and nursing mothers. On October 13, 2009, the trial...

Luxury Toilet Paper a Threat to the Environment?

2/19/2010 - Environmentalists are increasingly calling attention to an often overlooked threat to the world's forests and climate: the U.S. preference for toilet paper that is as soft as possible. While toilet paper made from recycled fibers makes up 75 percent of the U.S. "away from home" market (places like...

The Lancet retraction of vaccine autism paper condemned as Big Pharma conspiracy to discredit Dr. Wakefield

2/5/2010 - When I saw The Lancet's recent retraction of Dr. Wakefield's famous paper linking vaccines to autism, I couldn't help thinking back to 1989 when Fleischmann and Pons were widely attacked and discredit over their demonstration of cold fusion technology. These two brilliant physicists had accomplished...

Join reader action to educate the Associated Press about natural remedies, alternative medicine

11/12/2009 - The Associated Press continues its assault on alternative medicine, led by writer Marilynn Marchione who writes attack pieces on everything under the sun (including the sun itself) related to alternative medicine and natural therapies. The Associated Press continues to publish stories carrying this...

The Mothers Act Disease Mongering Campaign - Part V

8/28/2009 - This is part four of an article series by Evelyn Pringle. Find previous parts here: Part One (http://www.naturalnews.com/026634_drugs_suicide_adhd.html), Part Two (http://www.naturalnews.com/026707_health_disease_depression.html), Part Three (http://www.naturalnews.com/026742_depression_disease_postpartum_depression.html)...

Americans Wipe Their Butts with Non-Renewable Trees

7/15/2009 - Environmentalists are increasingly pushing for people in the United States to change their toilet paper buying habits, in recognition of the fact that the soft, fluffy toilet paper widely preferred in the United States for home use can only be made by logging wild forests throughout the Western Hemisphere. "No...

Xerox Invents Reusable Paper that Uses UV Light for "Ink"

9/19/2008 - Xerox subsidiary Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) has developed a type of paper that, combined with a special printer, can print documents that erase themselves after a day so that the paper can be reused. Xerox says that 25 percent of all documents get recycled the same day they are printed, and...

Twelve Natural Health Tips for Smart Travel

7/28/2008 - Traveling can be hard on your health. Increased stress, changing time zones and difficulty finding healthy food can all negatively impact your health. And if you travel by air, you have the added problems of exposure to airborne pathogens, fragrance chemicals, and other pollutants brought into your...

Chlorine: A Toxic Solution for the Production of White Paper

3/6/2008 - Many commonly used paper products contain by-products of chlorine, the most serious being dioxin, a chemical that has been rated by the FDA as 300,000 times more potent as a carcinogen than DDT. Dioxin is a name for a family of toxic organochlorines. It is rated as a carcinogen by the WHO (World...

Mainstream media criticizes Wikipedia because it represents a decentralization of their information monopoly

1/15/2007 - The mainstream media loves to bash Wikipedia, that enormous online encyclopedia created through the collaborative efforts of volunteer writers and researchers. It covers tens of thousands of topics, and is consistently an excellent source of information on everything ranging from world history to new...

Feds reject requirement that e-voting machines produce paper trail

12/19/2006 - Direct record electronic voting machines (DREs) that are considered "software dependent" -- meaning an undetected bug could lead to undetectable changes in election outcomes -- have been under fire since their implementation. Last week, the Technical Guidelines Development Committee narrowly rejected...

Clever firm manufactures biodegradable paper plates from sugar cane waste fibers

6/9/2005 - Mike: I'm talking to Bret Chandler, nicknamed Buzz. He's the president of Asean Corporation, who are the makers of Stalk Market. Can you talk about these unique biodegradable paper and food packaging products? Chandler: [Stalk Market] completely composts in your backyard; it doesn't have to go to...

American news industry a far cry from genuine journalism

5/1/2005 - Want to know how you make money in publishing? It's easy: just say whatever advertisers want you to say. If there's a new prescription drug on the market, run all sorts of articles about the miracles of that particular drug. If a big food manufacturing company has a brand new product with a nice, colorful...

Rising popularity of medical tourism reveals deterioration of U.S. healthcare system

4/21/2005 - Defenders of organized medicine are fond of saying that the United States has the best healthcare in the world, but I challenge that. I don't think we have the best healthcare in the world, I think we have the most expensive healthcare in the world. In fact, in terms of results for dollars spent, I...

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