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Chemo brain is real: Chemotherapy causes permanent brain damage

5/12/2015 - The reality of "chemo brain" has been established by researchers who have discovered clear evidence that patients develop cognitive issues after undergoing chemotherapy. The new studies reveal that chemotherapy can lead to problems with focus and recall with a sense of "brain fog" being described by...

Key CDC scientist who downplayed vaccine-autism connection is now fleeing from justice

5/6/2015 - A leading scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention whose noted "Denmark Study" ostensibly disproved any link between vaccines and autism as well as additional neurological disorders is now fleeing justice with nearly $2 million he allegedly was to spend on research. As first...

Light therapy naturally increases blood flow and boosts brain cell mitochondrial function, research shows

5/1/2015 - A promising new therapy that could improve brain function and provide relief for patients with PTSD and other conditions is now being tested on a group of 160 veterans suffering from Gulf War Illness. Light therapy, also known as LED therapy, is a painless, non-invasive treatment involving the placement...

New research shows signs of consciousness in brain patterns of unconscious patients

4/17/2015 - To hospital personnel and even close friends and family members, a physically non-responsive patient, or someone we might dub as "vegetative," may seem to be unconscious and completely unaware of what's happening around them. But new research out of the U.K. reveals signature brain patterns in many...

Paul Offit's vaccine lies deconstructed: A mind-blowing interview with Dr. Suzanne Humphries

4/10/2015 - Suzanne Humphries, MD, is an internal medicine and kidney specialist who received conventional medical education. After seeing mainstream doctors and hospital staff categorically ignore routine vaccine injuries occurring in her patients, Dr. Humphries began researching vaccine science which validated...

Is synthetic folic acid toxic to your body? Research suggests 'yes'

4/9/2015 - One of the major pitfalls that many people encounter, often unknowingly, when trying to adopt a cleaner, healthier lifestyle is the synthetic vitamin deception. A great many of those inexpensive, mass-produced nutritional supplements you see lining the shelves at drug stores and big box retailers contain...

Eye training naturally improves age-related vision loss

4/4/2015 - Just five days of training can make the visual acuity of older adults equivalent to that of adults in their 20s, according to a surprising study conducted by researchers from the University of California, Riverside, and Brown University and published in the journal Psychological Science. The focused...

Dr. Suzanne Humphries exposes myths and lies behind vaccine research at the Vaccine World Summit

4/1/2015 - If you haven't visited the first ever Vaccine World Summit, feel free to sign up now and start learning today! The online event, hosted by Jonathan Landsman of Natural Health 365, is a free learning portal that includes presentations from a variety of professionals who share important knowledge on diseases...

Doctor faked AIDS vaccine research just to get federal money -- vaccine fraud happens more often then you might think

3/30/2015 - A former Iowa State University scientist who was indicted for faking the results of vaccine trials has pleaded guilty to misconduct, according to new reports. Dr. Dong Pyou Han admitted in a resignation letter that he is "very ashamed" of himself for lying about the effectiveness of an experimental...

Diet soda contributes to weight gain and belly fat research shows

3/20/2015 12:53:40 PM - New research reports that drinking diet sodas cause people to gain weight and develop more belly fat than others. Belly fat is associated with increased risk for heart disease and diabetes. This fat, called visceral fat, is located between the abdominal muscles and the skin. Research shows that people...

America to lose one-third of its fresh produce when California runs out of water

3/16/2015 - As Michael Snyder points out in a timely article at The Economic Collapse Blog, California is rapidly reverting back to the desert it was once. Awareness of this is only now beginning to spread, but almost no one truly grasps the implications of what losing California's Central Valley agricultural...

GMO dangers revealed by former U.S. government scientist

2/28/2015 - Since 1996, when genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were first introduced, we have seen a dramatic rise in the rates of food allergies, autism, reproductive disorders and digestive problems. Of course, companies like Monsanto, DuPont and Syngenta - which own approximately half of the entire proprietary...

FDA buries scientific misconduct to protect Big Pharma

2/24/2015 - When there are problems in medical research, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, deferring to its partners in Big Pharma, won't always tell you about it. As reported recently by Reuters, the agency has found major discrepancies in dozens of final reports issued by medical researchers regarding...

There is no debate: Vaccine data is largely based on research fraud and intimidation of scientists

2/19/2015 - When pro-vaccine scientists and skeptics claim that they believe what they believe because of "science," it's important to remember that much of what is assumed to be science today is actually pseudoscience for the promulgation of special interests. Concerning vaccines, it continues to come to light...

Establishment academia's credibility destroyed by hundreds of cases of research fraud, plagiarism

2/18/2015 - What was once considered a rare exception to the norm appears to be evolving into a disturbingly common pattern of abuse. Peer-reviewed science, and the integrity of what makes it into even the most well-respected scientific journals today, may not be all that it seems, as closer scrutiny reveals rampant...

Research indicates that nutritional pH balance is key to health

1/20/2015 - Most people in our society carry an excess of acidic wastes. This creates a significant burden in the body. The blood stream must be at a 7.365 pH level, if it rises or falls one tenth of a pH unit it creates an extreme emergency. If blood pH moves two tenths either way, it's lethal. Research indicates...

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...

Scientists declare bad luck causes most cancer, ignoring food choices and environmental chemicals

1/13/2015 - A new "cancer study" could be the most significant study on the disease ever done, but not for any groundbreaking findings. Rather, its significance rests in how completely bizarre its conclusions are: Researchers have now said that getting cancer -- or not -- has nothing to do with outside factors...

Top-earning doctors milk their patients for every dollar possible, research shows

12/30/2014 - After examining what Medicare was billed versus what it paid to clinicians, researchers from the UCLA Department of Urology and the Veterans' Health Administration discovered what has been described as "very surprising." Based on their findings, it would appear that they've stumbled upon the reason...

Scientists inject human brain cells into mice, making them 'significantly smarter'

12/26/2014 - Scientists from the University of Rochester say they have made mice significantly smarter by injecting them at a young age with human brain cells, according to a study published in the journal Cell Stem Cell. The researchers used immature glial cells removed from human fetuses that had been donated...

What parents need to know about Monsanto: "By 2025 one in two children will be autistic"

12/24/2014 - (Story by Arjun Walia, republished from Collective-Evolution.com, with additional editing by Natural News.) "Children today are sicker than they were a generation ago. From childhood cancers to autism, birth defects and asthma, a wide range of childhood diseases and disorders are on the rise. Our assessment...

Orange juice has 10 times more antioxidant power than previously thought

12/15/2014 - The antioxidant activity of citrus juices is 10 times higher than previously thought, according to a new analysis conducted by researchers from the University of Granada and published in the journal Food Chemistry. Many of the chemicals that naturally occur in plant foods function as antioxidants,...

Bee-killing neonicotinoids also lower crop yields by poisoning slugs predators

12/13/2014 - The world's most widely used pesticides - already implicated in worldwide declines in pollinator populations - may actually reduce crop yields by wiping out native predators of agricultural pests, suggests a study conducted by researchers from Penn State and the University of South Florida and published...

Blueberry phenol pterostilbene reduces body fat, could lower diabetes risk

12/3/2014 - You may have heard about the miracle antioxidant resveratrol, found in blueberries, grapes and red wine. But did you know that these same foods also contain another phenolic compound, pterostilbene, which may help lower body fat and reduce diabetes risk? That was the finding of a study conducted by...

Cocoa flavanols reduce memory loss from aging, study shows

11/26/2014 - Antioxidant flavanols naturally found in cocoa may be able to reverse some age-related memory loss, according to a study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience. The study was conducted by researchers from Columbia University, New York University and Mars, Inc. Previous research by scientists...

A pinch of turmeric a day keeps the memory loss away

11/18/2014 12:22:13 PM - Eating a single gram of turmeric each day could cause short-term memory improvements in people predisposed to memory loss, according to a study conducted by researchers from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and several Taiwanese research institutes, and published in the Asia Pacific Journal...

Extreme bias at Wikipedia on homeopathic medicine

11/13/2014 - A PERSONAL LETTER TO JIMMY WALES, FOUNDER OF WIKIPEDIA: In April, 2014, I had the happenstance of running into you on the streets of Vancouver. I was there to lecture to a group of medical professionals, while you were attending the TED talks. I expressed my appreciation to you for creating Wikipedia....

Sound vibrations and specialized odors could be used to replace harmful pesticides

11/4/2014 - Italian researchers are experimenting with techniques that might allow the replacement of synthetic pesticides with devices that emit sounds and odors to disrupt the breeding of crop pests. The study, conducted by researchers from the Edmund Mach Foundation in Italy under the auspices of the European...

Scientists: Humans are 'an infection' and Ebola is Earth's immune response to consume all the human 'meat'

10/22/2014 - If you haven't yet read The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, a non-fiction book published in 1994, you're way behind the curve on the truth about Ebola. This book reveals all sorts of astonishing truths about Ebola which have since been buried or distorted by a modern-day government operating in total...

Are US biowarfare labs behind the Ebola epidemic?

10/17/2014 - There is growing speculation that the United States may be responsible for the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, specifically Liberia and Sierra Leone, which are two countries known to host US biological warfare labs. In a recent interview with RIA Novosti, Francis Boyle, a professor at the University...

Leptin can reverse uncontrolled diabetes, types 1 and 2

10/7/2014 - The appetite-regulating hormone leptin may actually be able to reverse the high blood sugar that characterizes type 1 and type 2 diabetes, according to a study conducted by researchers from Yale University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and published in the journal Nature Medicine. Type...

Organic food consumers have a 21% lower risk of pre-eclampsia

10/4/2014 - Pregnant women may be able to lower their risk of a potentially deadly complication known as pre-eclampsia by more than 20 percent simply by eating more organic vegetables, according to a study conducted by researchers from the National Institute for Consumer Research and the Norwegian Institute of...

Probiotic foods impact gut microbes to reduce number of unhealthy bacteria

10/2/2014 - Eating fermented foods high in probiotics may change the composition of gut bacteria in ways that may prevent or alleviate digestive conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), according to a study conducted by researchers from the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) and...

'Dark zones' in GMO technology research allow secret development of deadly bioweapons

9/28/2014 - New evidence has emerged to suggest that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are a key factor in the spread of deadly pathogens like Ebola. The current Ebola outbreak appears to be a direct product of what former Soviet microbiologist Dr. Ken Alibekov calls "dark zones" in GMO technology that allow...

Social media users' actions can be accurately predicted hours in advance

9/21/2014 - Are social media users turning into predictable social robots? It turns out that most of what people do on their social media profiles can be used to predict their schedule, actions, location and purchasing habits in real life. In fact, new social media algorithms can predict one's actions in advance...

It's all scripted! Ebola outbreak and impossibly rapid vaccine response clearly scripted; U.S. govt. patented Ebola in 2010 and now owns all victims' blood

9/19/2014 - On the very same day that vaccine maker GlaxoSmithKline is being fined $490 million by Chinese authorities for running an illegal bribery scheme across China [3], the media is announcing the "astonishing" launch of human trials for an Ebola vaccine. Care to guess who will be manufacturing this vaccine...

Soy consumption linked to tumor growth in breast cancer

9/19/2014 - Breast cancer patients who consume large amounts of soy may make the disease worse, according to a study conducted by researchers from Georgetown University and the Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center in New York, and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on September 4. "These...

Protein found in breast milk may protect infants from deadly gastrointestinal disease

9/19/2014 - A potentially lethal gastrointestinal disease that primarily affects premature newborns may be prevented by a protein found in breast milk -- but not in formula -- according to a study conducted by researchers from Children's Hospital Los Angeles, the University of Iowa and Northwestern University....

Moms of autistic, vaccine-damaged children mount wave of online protest against CDC research fraud

9/5/2014 - A groundswell of backlash against government corruption has been unleashed across the web following the revelation that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lied about data linking vaccines and vaccine ingredients to autism. The hashtags "#CDCwhistleblower" and "#hearthiswell," a reference...

China refuses to permit GM rice and corn to be grown by research groups

9/3/2014 - The Chinese government will not permit the issuance of new biosafety certificates to research groups that were once allowed to grow genetically modified rice and corn, likely part of Beijing's ongoing effort to prevent the spread of GM crops in the world's most populous country. The Ministry of Agriculture,...

Babies smell their mothers' fear to learn what to be afraid of

9/1/2014 - Mothers may emit odors that teach their babies what to be afraid of, even if the fearful experience is one that the baby has never been exposed to, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan and published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The...

National Research Council fails to design serious GMO study capable of answering biotech safety questions

8/22/2014 - Dr. Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, Senior Scientist at Pesticide Action Network, was recently notified by the National Academy of Sciences that the National Research Council (NRC) was assembling a provisional committee of experts tasked to complete a new, novel study on genetically modified (GM) crops. According...

Top ten scientific achievements of Natural News and the Health Ranger (so far)

8/15/2014 - We've done a lot of original research here at Natural News, and we've made some extraordinary scientific and humanitarian breakthroughs with the potential to help save millions of lives. Did you know that Natural News is the only independent media organization in the world with its own ICP-MS atomic...

Bee research corrupted by corporate influence

8/12/2014 - Crop chemicals are killing bees all around the world, and some governments, including the UK's Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), are taking proactive steps to help save them. But a new report published by several UK members of parliament (MPs) reveals that the very companies...

Poisoning the mind: 7 heavy metals to cleanse for your mental health (names, symptoms, research, common food sources)

8/6/2014 - History's largest mass poisoning of a human population has occurred in Bangladesh. Because of it, 35 million people have been exposed to lethal levels of arsenic. Mortality rates are estimated at 13 per 1000, which means that this poisoning has ended as many at 455,000 lives. It happened simply enough....

DARPA awards $40 million for research into memory-controlling implants

8/6/2014 - The Pentagon's premier research and development division, DARPA, has awarded a $40 million grant to a pair of American universities to help develop "memory restoration technologies" that the agency says are aimed at helping military personnel cope with brain injuries, but which seem like they could...

75% of Americans are at double the risk of schizophrenia due to vitamin D deficiency

8/3/2014 - Vitamin D deficiency may double the risk of schizophrenia, according to a study conducted by researchers from Isfahan University of Medical Sciences in Iran and published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. According to some estimates, that may mean that 75 percent of the US population...

Cinnamon essential oil can naturally prevent dangerous foodborne illnesses

8/2/2014 - Essential oil of cinnamon is a potent antibacterial agent that may be useful as a natural method for preventing the spread of foodborne illness, according to a study conducted by researchers from Washington State University that is scheduled for publication in the journal Food Control in December 2014. The...

Scientist tries to sue journal for planning to retract discredited Golden Rice study that experimented on unsuspecting children

7/22/2014 - A journalist has filed a lawsuit against her own university and against the American Society for Nutrition, claiming that their allegations of research misconduct against her could harm her career. The researcher, Guangwen Tang, has worked at Tufts University for more than 25 years. In 2012, she...

Discover 7 free Natural News resources that empower you with lifesaving knowledge the medical cartels don't want you to know

7/20/2014 - Natural News is widely recognized as one of the most highly-trafficked websites in the world, reaching millions of people every month with a message of personal empowerment and uncensored truth about the world around us. The People rave about Natural News while the corporations and their media lackeys...

Strawberries proven to block mercury in fish: Health Ranger shares research with the public

7/17/2014 - As part of my ongoing scientific research into heavy metals, elemental retention and metals capturing (see explanatory videos here), I have identified and documented anti-heavy-metals substances which have a remarkable natural affinity for binding with and "capturing" heavy metals. This is especially...

Omega-3 supplements improve joint health, lessen severity of osteoarthritis and provide a host of other health benefits

7/16/2014 - Omega-3 fatty acids may improve joint health and reduce the risk and severity of arthritis, according to a study conducted by researchers from Duke University and published in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases on July 11. The findings suggest that, contrary to prior belief, the types of fats that...

HIV vaccine inventor indicted for felony fraud, bringing AIDS research and drug experimentation into question

6/25/2014 10:39:22 AM - Since the discovery of lymphadenopathy-associated virus (later called human immunodeficiency virus [HIV]) in 1983 by Luc Montagnier at the Pasteur Institute in France, scientists have attempted to understand how HIV leads to full-blown AIDS. An entire industry surrounding AIDS emerged as researchers...

Vaccine researcher charged with felony crimes for research fraud; may spend 20 years in prison over faked AIDS vaccine

6/25/2014 - Scientific fraud is so common in the vaccine industry, it's practically the default business model. The truth is that most vaccines don't work, so in order to make them appear to work, researchers routinely spike blood samples of vaccinated test subjects with antibodies, making it appear the vaccine...

Plastics chemicals cause infertility and health problems in pigs; similar effects seen in humans

6/24/2014 - An infertility crisis on Spanish pig farms has been linked to endocrine-disrupting plastic chemicals also found in human food products, in a study conducted by researchers from the University of Zaragoza and published in the journal Scientific Reports in May. The study marks "the first time that...

Orwellian nightmare: scientists now able to create or erase memories at will

6/23/2014 - In a number of disturbing recent studies, scientists have shown the power to create and erase memories "at will." Most recently, in a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-San Diego (UCSD) and published online in the journal Nature on June 1, researchers were able to erase...

Eating lead while pregnant lowers your baby's IQ, new research reveals

6/17/2014 - Exposure to lead while in the womb can have disastrous effects on a child's IQ, suggests a new study out of China. Researchers from Sun Yat-sen University, after evaluating several hundred pregnant women with varying levels of lead in their blood, discovered that prenatal exposure to the toxic substance...

Research shows letting pets stay in same bed as owners diminishes sleep quality

6/17/2014 - Pet owners, listen up. New research presented at the 28th annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies indicates that those who share a bed with their furry companions for more than four nights a week have poor sleep quality (1). Specifically, 63 percent of people aren't sleeping...

Climate change scientists fret that doomsday scare stories aren't working on the public

6/6/2014 - Climate-change scientists are facing a conundrum of sorts, and they're not really sure what to do about it. On the one hand, when negative stories surface discounting claims that the earth is "warming" or that climate is "changing" the planet (for the worse), they have only a passing effect -- good...

Research proves emotional wellbeing is crucial to good physical health

6/3/2014 - Much research over the years has shown that a positive emotional state actually has a very strong and profound impact on one's physical health. Endorphins and the immune system Most people are aware of endorphins, the "feel-good hormones" in the body. Endorphins are a type of natural occurring substance...

More bad news for sugar - Research confirms it is a leading cause of heart disease

6/1/2014 - Just in case you needed yet another reason to stay away from added dietary sugar sources, nutritional scientists now confirm that our obsession with consuming sweets is killing us by dramatically increasing risk of death from cardiovascular disease and heart attack. A host of known risk factors including...

Fitness regimen helps older men live longer, say researchers

5/30/2014 - Researchers and experts have said that exercise and increased physical activity is good for the body at any age, but new data suggests in particular that regardless of a man's age, cardiovascular fitness can add more years of life. A new study of men over 70 years old with high blood pressure found...

What you eat changes gene expression for colorectal cancer

5/24/2014 - One in three people carries a genetic variant that makes them especially sensitive to increased colorectal cancer risk from processed meat consumption, according to a study conducted by researchers from 27 different institutions and published in the journal PLOS Genetics on April 17. "Our results...

Lab mice stressed by male experimenters, skewing biomedical research results by 36 percent

5/23/2014 - If the findings of biomedical research tend to apply poorly in real-world environments, despite the "documented results" of controlled lab experiments, the scientific world has just been shocked to find out (at least one of the reasons) why. In the paper titled, "The effects of experimenter gender...

Health Ranger releases expanded video tour of ICP-MS food research lab and shares passion for Clean Food Movement

5/12/2014 - By popular demand, I've just published a new video showing more details of the Natural News Forensic Food Lab, including proof that the lab isn't a "video set" but rather a fully-functioning analytical laboratory. This is where I am spearheading the research on heavy metals contamination in foods, superfoods...

How does green tea inhibit cholesterol? Scientists crack the code

5/12/2014 - Researchers at China's Sun Yat-sen University have discovered one of the mechanisms by which green tea helps lower cholesterol levels, as well as identified at least two of the specific chemicals responsible for the process. Green tea has been an important component of traditional Chinese medicine...

Epigenetics proof: Mother's diet selectively silences genes of offspring

5/8/2014 - A study published April 29 in the journal Nature Communications has provided the first proof that a mother's diet can change the expression of genes in her unborn child. The study was conducted by researchers from the Medical Research Council (MRC) International Nutrition Group at the London School...

Daily vitamin B3 intake could help treat degenerative childhood disease

5/7/2014 2:10:13 PM - Vitamin B3 may be a miracle treatment for the genetic childhood disease Friedreich's ataxia -- which currently has no treatment or cure -- according to a study conducted by researchers from Imperial College London, University College London and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)/Wellcome...

Eating legumes fights off bad cholesterol

5/7/2014 - Cholesterol is not a bad word. Like many other substances, there is the necessity in clarifying the information that is provided by popular media. Cholesterol is actually a natural compound that is made by the body and is necessary for good health. The problem lies with the types of cholesterol that...

Secret to long life found in 115-year-old woman's blood

4/29/2014 1:37:46 PM - In 2005, 115-year-old Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper passed away to old age healthy and disease-free. At the time of her death, Schipper became the oldest person to have her body donated to science. Longevity researchers were interested in understanding why a healthy person suddenly dies of old age. A...

Caffeine affects Alzheimer's-related protein formation, improves memory

4/25/2014 - Caffeine may slow the development of Alzheimer's symptoms, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Bonn, Germany, and the University of Lille, France, and published in the journal Neurobiology of Aging. The researchers hope that their research may some day lead to a caffeine-based...

Seven health benefits of ginseng

4/24/2014 - It's simply amazing how natural herbs and foods can have multiple, wonderful health benefits! Take for instance ginseng (usually Korean/Asian Red Ginseng, Panax ginseng), it lives up to its cure-all description (Panax means "all-curing/healing" in Greek)! Add another health benefit to the list! Recently...

Low-carb vegan diet improves cardiovascular risk factors

4/22/2014 - A low-carb vegan diet leads to more weight loss and a better cholesterol profile than a high-carb vegetarian diet, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Toronto, St. Michael's Hospital (Toronto), Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, New York Medical College...

Retractions of dishonest scientific papers rose 1,900% in nine years

4/21/2014 - In the first decade of the 21st century, retractions of papers published by medical journals went up 19 fold, although the number of manuscripts being published only increased 44 percent. The reasons behind this surge in evidence of scientific falsification were examined in a recent editorial in the...

Link between radiation exposure and first and second cancers exposed by researchers

4/17/2014 - Large-scale population studies of survivors of the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki have confirmed that radiation exposure can lead to multiple cancers that manifest separately over the course of years or decades -- a finding with implications not just in cases of nuclear accidents or attacks...

Evidence reveals post-Chernobyl thyroid cancer risk rises with increasing radiation dose

4/4/2014 - As the debate continues over the degree to which radiation from Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant has spread around the world, health officials would do well to consider a 2004 study showing the connection between the Chernobyl nuclear meltdown and elevated thyroid cancer rates nearly 20 years later. The...

Better radiation detection arriving soon thanks to breakthrough technology

4/3/2014 - Even as the cleanup of Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant continues, researchers around the world are working to improve modern capability for detecting radiation contamination, whether of the environment or of the human genome. More sensitive equipmentOn March 17, the University of Liverpool...

Water Liberty (Adya Clarity) exposed for deceptive marketing, high aluminum and science research fraud

4/2/2014 - Water Liberty, run by pitchman Kacper Postawski, is once again deceptively peddling Adya Clarity as a seemingly magical potion with claims that it can "remove heavy metals from your body." Through a series of deceptive web advertisements and webinars that promote fraudulent junk science, Kacper Postawski...

First of its kind research reveals powerful social media mood virus - don't get sucked in

3/26/2014 - Can bad moods go viral and negatively affect people across the globe? Yes, research reveals that yes, they can and do just that. Imagine a negative social media update that - within hours or minutes - sucks millions of people into a vortex of angst that adversely affects their real interactions with...

Scientists studying radiation in Japan are subject to 'insidious censorship'

3/23/2014 - In order to appease the fears of the public and maintain order, leaders of government institutions often restrict valuable and alarming information from broadcast or publication. This censorship keeps the masses unaware but cooperative, as the truth is picked through and decimated. Such leaders are...

Compelling research reveals these 3 techniques to increase your personal power

3/23/2014 - Most of us have had days when didn't think we'd have the energy to get through it all. On these days, simple feats like walking up a flight of stairs can be a total drag. It's easy to assume if your physical strength and energy isn't up to snuff that something physical is wrong. Your diet must be...

Top ten REAL medical conspiracies that actually happened

3/20/2014 - The mainstream media is focused this week on trying to convince you that "medical conspiracy theories" are whacky and untrue. Published by Reuters, USA Today and other mainstream media outlets, a false story based on distorted research is now trying to convince you that there is no such thing as a "medical...

THC in cannabis shown to help prevent spread of HIV: study

3/19/2014 - Should it ever be withdrawn from the federal government's most restrictive list of "dangerous drugs" and instead be treated as the honest medicine that it truly is, marijuana, or more properly cannabis, would almost surely put the pharmaceutical industry out of business. There are a number of reasons...

Health Ranger research breakthrough: How to block nearly all the mercury in your diet using common, everyday foods

3/18/2014 - As part of my ongoing scientific research into heavy metals, elemental retention and metals capturing (see explanatory videos here), I have identified and documented anti-heavy-metals substances which have a remarkable natural affinity for binding with and "capturing" heavy metals. Why is this important?...

Magnesium consumption linked to lower risk of hip fractures

2/28/2014 - A higher intake of magnesium may reduce the risk of hip fractures, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and published in the journal Bone. Researchers from the Universities of Bergen, Tromso, Trondheim and Oslo also collaborated in the study,...

Harvard research links fluoridated water to ADHD, mental disorders

2/25/2014 - A leading cause of ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) and autism in children could be the hidden chemicals lurking in the foods we eat, the water we drink and the products we consume, says a new study recently published in The Lancet. Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health...

Research reveals the latest weapon against Parkinson's and Alzheimer's: Green tea

2/20/2014 - Is it possible that the simple act of drinking green tea can help protect your brain against Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease? A multitude of studies have looked into the effects that the tea has on neurological health -- and the results are promising. Shielding brain cells from the ravages of...

Stem cell breakthrough: Scientists discover way to 'grow your own'

2/10/2014 - One of the most ethically sensitive issues in American society, save abortion, has been the issue of stem cells and, in particular, the harvesting of them from human embryos, a process which results in the embryo's destruction. Now, however, scientists believe that they have discovered a "game-changer"...

Melatonin could inhibit breast cancer growth: study

2/6/2014 - A recent study carried out by researchers from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and Foundation for Research Support of the State of Sao Paulo has revealed that melatonin, a hormone which regulates the body's sleep-wake cycle, could help slow the growth of certain types of breast cancer tumors. Published...

Research shows yoga benefits breast cancer sufferers physically and emotionally

2/5/2014 - Mind-body therapies can help cancer patients, and yoga has been shown in numerous studies to help improve the physical and emotional well being of cancer sufferers, raising quality of life both during and after treatment. Improved quality of life, overall health and physical functioning; reduced...

Cacao, red wine prevent type 2 diabetes: Research

1/31/2014 - New research suggests that red wine and cacao, from which chocolate is made, can help prevent type 2 diabetes. The study, which was conducted in the United Kingdom, involved 2,000 women and plant compounds called flavonoids which are present in some fruit and berries as well as red wine and chocolate....

Military food to blame? Harry Reid asked Pentagon to research Irritable Bowel Syndrome

1/28/2014 - At a time when the nation was involved in two wars and there was already plenty of strain on the military's budget, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., was pressuring the Defense Department to spend scarce Pentagon resources (and taxpayer dollars) to research irritable bowel syndrome. The...

Research shows this food could impair immunity by 50%

1/27/2014 - It forms a big part of most modern-day diets, but research suggests that sugar consumption can impair immune function for a significant period of time, by as much as 50%. Indeed, sugar has been described as "one of the food components most damaging to our immune system." [1] What research suggests...

Fried foods are more harmful than you think

1/23/2014 - Even the most health-conscious person may find it difficult to deny that fried foods are delicious. The aroma they emit and the feeling they provide with every bite can be quite irresistible. But fried foods come with their share of adverse health effects. Cancer riskResearch carried out at the Fred...

Research indicates that organic milk has more health benefits than conventional milk

1/21/2014 - A recent research has established that organic milk has more health benefits than conventional milk. This research, published in December 2013 by PLOSOne Journal. This research reveals some interesting facts that can change the health of many people for the better. Organic milk is obtained from cows...

Research shows resistance exercise helps prevent type 2 diabetes

1/17/2014 8:45:37 AM - It has been previously established that aerobic exercise helps to lower one's risk of type 2 diabetes. Now, a recent population study carried out on a large group of women and published in PLOS Medicine has revealed that resistance or weight training could help decrease type 2 diabetes risk as well. The...

Many studies reveal vitamin D's importance as a cancer-fighting agent

1/16/2014 - There is a huge volume of research showing the relationship between vitamin D and cancer. The benefits of this vitamin, or hormone in this regard, apply to both cancer prevention and cancer survival. Here is a rundown on some of the studies carried out on vitamin D and cancer. Types of CancerBreast...

Vitamin D levels inversely linked to colon cancer risk, overall mortality

1/14/2014 - Evidence continues to mount showing that vitamin D may help lengthen life span and decrease the risk of cancer, particularly colon cancer. Scientists have long known that vitamin D is essential for the growth and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth, but recent research suggests that the vitamin...

Federal government funds research into how organic farming naturally deters pests without chemicals

1/13/2014 - The federal government has awarded a $750,000 grant to Washington State University (WSU) in Pullman to investigate the merits of organic farming in eradicating pests without the use of chemicals. Inspired by a survey conducted by researchers at nearby Oregon State University, the research project to...

Scientists make progress in the research of human emotions

1/12/2014 - Our physiological reaction to signals sent by our emotional systems lets our bodies prepare and respond to present situations, be it danger, pain or social interaction. A new study in the Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences journal shows how various emotions affect different regions of the...

New research suggests that sleep plays a vital role in brain health, with sleep deprivation being conducive to brain tissue loss

1/3/2014 - The importance of sleep in relation to physical health is well known. Too little sleep has been linked to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even an increased risk of motor vehicle accidents. It is recommended that adults sleep seven to nine hours per night, but 30% of the United States population...

Studies show that reishi mushrooms fight cancer and diabetes

12/29/2013 - Reishi mushrooms have been used to treat countless ailments in the Far East for over 2,000 years. They are especially venerated in their native China, where they have acquired the nickname "The Mushrooms of Immortality" due to their extraordinary medicinal properties. Indeed, long-term consumption of...

Yet another vaccine researcher caught faking research; vaccine industry riddled with scientific fraud

12/27/2013 - Yet another vaccine researcher has been caught faking research on a bogus AIDS vaccine, adding to the pattern of scientific fraud and criminality that characterizes the modern-day vaccine industry. Dr. Dong-Pyou Han from Iowa State University has resigned this week after admitting he spiked rabbit blood...

Health Ranger update on lab research, upcoming food science announcements, industry myths and more

12/23/2013 - We're on a reduced publishing schedule through January 1, but I wanted to update you with the latest developments here at Natural News. As you know, we are just two weeks away from our groundbreaking announcements on food science. Our announcements are on schedule and will begin January 7, 2014....

Research shows curcumin suppresses cancer cell invasion and metastasis

12/3/2013 - Doctors in hospitals around the world should be leaning in to hear the results of this study. At the School of Medicine in National Yang-Ming University, in Taipei, Taiwan, researchers studied the active component of turmeric, curcumin, for its anti-tumor capabilities. In the thorough study, curcumin...

Research shows chocolate's catechin content helps patients lose weight, similar to green tea

12/2/2013 - The myth that high-calorie food like chocolate causes weight gain has been clinically debunked by researchers at the University of Granada. A comprehensive study, funded by the European Union, reveals evidence that greater chocolate consumption actually lowers body mass index and central body fat in...

Squid ink - A unique health food that challenges cancer and dangerous pathogens? Promising research says yes

11/28/2013 - Striking on any plate, squid ink-infused cuisine is much more than a pretty edible - new research indicates that these unconventional foods are brimming with health advantages. Whether arroz negro of Spain or Venetian fettuccine al nero di seppia, the dark color of these dishes represents a hearty dose...

Subpar levels of vitamin D a global problem

11/14/2013 - Although researchers are becoming increasingly aware of just how important vitamin D is to human health, deficiency and insufficiency remain common, according to a global survey conducted by Dutch researchers and published in The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in 2010. Researchers...

Research shows patients in vegetative states could be aware and paying attention

11/13/2013 - New, detailed brain measuring research suggests that patients in a vegetative state may actually be fully aware and paying attention, even though they cannot move or speak. Scientists at the Medical Research Council's Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit from the University of Cambridge brought forth their...

Research proves chlorella has antioxidative effects, 'should be included as a key component of a healthy diet'

11/12/2013 - In addition to its disease-fighting and nutritional benefits, research shows that chlorella is a powerful antioxidant that even boosts immune system function in healthy people. Chlorella, a variety of single-celled cyanobacteria, has long been consumed as a nutritional supplement in Asian countries,...

Research shows garlic may be an effective treatment for diabetes and oxidative stress

11/11/2013 9:53:37 AM - Various cultures around the world already understand that herbs such as ginger, cinnamon, garlic and turmeric can effectively treat conditions like diabetes. According to research from the biomedical science department at the King Faisal University in Saudi Arabia, garlic may be the most powerful of...

Health Ranger promises revolutionary, civilization-altering scientific breakthroughs to be announced January 7, 2014

11/5/2013 - Dear Natural News readers, For the next two months (November and December, 2013), I will be involved in the final phase of intense scientific research which will result in a series of breakthrough announcements beginning on January 7, 2014. I'm letting you know this because my schedule of posting...

Probiotics and breastfeeding could help protect premature infants from infectious disease

10/31/2013 - Supplementation with probiotics may help prevent a serious and often deadly condition called necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in premature infants, recent research has suggested. NEC refers to an extreme inflammation of the gut thought to be caused in part by infectious microbes. It affects between...

Chlorella decreases absorption of dietary fats

10/30/2013 - You may have heard that chlorella is a nutritionally powerful superfood, but did you know that research shows it can also reduce the absorption of fat in the gut, thereby possibly decreasing the risk of heart disease? Chlorella, a food derived from single-celled algae and long used for nutritional...

Depression caused by vitamin D deficiency, research reveals

10/29/2013 - In another finding extolling its benefits, new research indicates that reversing vitamin D deficiency in women has a substantially positive effect on treating depression. Results of the study, which were presented in late June at the Endocrine Society's 94th Annual Meeting in Houston, indicated that...

Tobacco industry research no longer welcome in UK medical journals

10/26/2013 - It's amazing that research funded by the tobacco industry was ever accepted and published by medical journals. But evidently, it's been going on for some time. The research bought and paid for mostly focuses on attempting to debunk concerns about second hand smoke. According to the Journal of Health...

Exercise found to treat chronic disease conditions better than drugs, with no toxicity

10/16/2013 - Readers of our site have no doubt heard for years that regular exercise leads to healthier minds and bodies, but new research indicates that physical exercise on a routine basis is just as effective as prescription medications in treating chronic, sometimes deadly, diseases - and without all of the...

Research shows marijuana can be effectively used to treat multiple sclerosis

10/15/2013 - Israeli researchers have once again confirmed the healing potential of marijuana (cannabis), a natural, medicinal plant loaded with dozens of disease-fighting cannabinoids and other beneficial compounds. A recent announcement by American Friends of Tel Aviv University (AFTAU) explains the findings of...

Childhood vaccines can cause diabetes and metabolic syndrome, research confirms

10/13/2013 - Comprehensive research compiled by expert immunologist Dr. J. "Bart" Classen has uncovered the disturbing fact that childhood vaccines are a common cause of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, as well as the barrage of chronic illness symptoms typically associated with metabolic syndrome. Because they...

Health Ranger's original forensic investigation of chicken nuggets replicated by scientists who get published in science journal

10/5/2013 - The Health Ranger's forensic food investigation of Chicken McNuggets two months ago is making new waves across the industry. A new study published in the American Journal of Medicine appears to have been inspired by the Natural News publishing of photos revealing "strange fibers" in Chicken McNuggets,...

Tried everything? Three little-known natural remedies for Alzheimer's

10/5/2013 - Medical science still has not figured out the puzzle of Alzheimer's disease, but there are some natural remedies that medical researchers say could offer substantial relief. Colostrum: There are those who argue that the mythical and elusive fountain of youth may actually exist, and that it can be...

Big Pharma bribery in China now hits Novartis: Claims of faked research and bogus trials

9/29/2013 - GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is apparently not alone in bribing doctors throughout China to sell more of its products, as new reports indicate that Switzerland-based Novartis has also been caught engaging in this and other illicit activity in recent years. China's 21st Century Business Herald reports that...

New research links aluminum to breast cancer

9/27/2013 - Recent studies point to a strong link between aluminum and breast cancer. The correlation between aluminum and brain damage, including Alzheimer's disease, has been established by extensive research and is reason enough to avoid aluminum exposure. Recent studies find a strong connection between aluminum...

Low omega-3s in children causes difficulties in reading, learning

9/24/2013 - The more that academic research is done on omega-3 fatty acids, the more science proves what we've known here for years: That they have distinct health benefits that can no longer seriously be ignored. The latest research comes from the respected Oxford University in the UK, where scientists have...

Prevent arthritis and cancer with broccoli: Research proven

9/20/2013 - By now, most Natural News readers have an inkling of cruciferous vegetables' ability to resist cancer cells from developing or impede their growth once formed. Out of those cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage and bok choy among others, broccoli...

Behavioral science researchers found to routinely exaggerate study results

9/13/2013 - An analysis from the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, finds that behavioral science research coming from the United States is often exaggerated and misrepresented. In comparison to other countries, US behavioral science is misleading; it's often laced with statistics and conclusions that...

Four amazing research-proven reasons you should be consuming resveratrol

9/11/2013 - Resveratrol is a polyphenol compound found in some plants, including the skins of dark colored grapes, the source of resveratrol in red wine. Resveratrol is also found in cranberries or cranberry juice, cacao or dark chocolate and peanuts. But the best source of resveratrol is Japanese or Chinese...

Heal food allergy inflammation by taking high doses of probiotics: Research proven

9/11/2013 - If you currently suffer from persistent food allergies, this common inflammatory intolerance does not necessarily have to be a permanent scourge on your everyday health. New research published in the journal Molecular Nutrition & Food Research confirms that food allergies can actually be ameliorated...

Astronaut research points to the anti-aging properties of magnesium

9/10/2013 - For decades, we have had empirical evidence of pathological conditions associated with accelerated aging: from vibroacoustic disorder in train engine drivers to 'burn-out syndrome' and radiation exposure in aviation pilots. Over the past 5 years, however, the space medicine community has elucidated...

Advanced research techniques reveal presence of water beneath Moon's surface

9/6/2013 - Fascinating new research published in the journal Nature Geoscience has once again confirmed the existence of water not only on but also inside the Moon. Funded by NASA, this fresh analysis of lunar water, which used advanced laboratory techniques to take a much closer look at lunar sample data collected...

Latest research on cacao shows extraordinary benefits on blood pressure, cholesterol and more

9/5/2013 - If you like chocolate, you're not alone. People have been enjoying cacao, the source of original cocoa, for thousands of years. This delicious and nutritious superfood has a long, rich history among the peoples of the tropical regions of the Americas. It was used as a food, a medicine, and a currency....

High intake of meat and fat linked to ovarian cancer: Research

9/3/2013 - Research continues to show that a diet high in meat and fat can dramatically increase a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer, the top killer among gynecologic cancers. Although ovarian cancer is relatively rare - in the United States, women have less than a 2.5 percent lifetime risk of developing...

SCIENCE research encyclopedia on NaturalNews.com achieves seven million entries

9/1/2013 - The world's largest science research website on foods, food ingredients, nutrients, chemicals, drug side effects and much more has just expanded yet again. SCIENCE.naturalnews.com now features 7 million published scientific studies and papers, all indexed, related and categorized so that you can easily...

Green tea really does improve your memory

9/1/2013 - You've heard it before, but it's true: Green tea, one of the most studied substances in recent history, really does help improve your memory. That is the not-so-new conclusion of Chinese researchers who essentially have reaffirmed that the chemical properties of green tea tend to affect the generation...

Surprise, surprise: Soft drinks cause behavioral problems in young children, research proves

9/1/2013 - It is safe to say that the link between soda consumption and health conditions like diabetes and weight gain has been clearly established by a plethora of scientific research published in recent years. But what has not necessarily been fully recognized or understood is how consuming soft drinks affects...

Does drinking soda turn kids into bullies? New research links sodas and aggression

8/20/2013 - Researchers say in a new study that kids who drink soda pop generally score higher on aggressive behavior scales than kids who don't drink the carbonated beverages. The lead author of the study said, though, that the increased aggressiveness may not necessarily be noticeable in individual children....

Research shows that sage can help preserve or enhance memory and brain functions

8/20/2013 - Sage, scientifically known as Salvia officinalis, comes from the latin word salvere which basically means to be saved. During the 10th century, Arab physicians thought sage promoted immortality, while in the 14th century, Europeans would use it to protect themselves from witchcraft. Although these old...

New research on anti-cancer, blood pressure-lowering plant

8/14/2013 - A new study published in PLOS ONE on July 11, 2013, examined the anti-cancer properties of Gynura procumbens - particularly against breast cancer. Additionally, a study published in May of 2013 in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology studied the plant's effect on blood pressure. Gynura procumbens...

Fraud becoming rampant in scientific research papers, study shows

8/12/2013 - Researchers say it's still rare, but fraud in scientific research is climbing at an alarming rate nonetheless. What's more, according to a new study which has documented the trend, researchers can't say why it's happening. An examination of retractions in medical and biological peer-reviewed publications...

Vitamin D deficiency may signifcantly contribute to type-1 diabetes risk: Research

8/12/2013 - Low levels of vitamin D may increase a person's risk of developing type 1 diabetes, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard School of Public Health and published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. In contrast to type 2 diabetes, which typically occurs when the body becomes...

Research consistently finds walnut oil effective against type 2 diabetes

8/9/2013 - A team of researchers led by JoAnn F. Manson of the Harvard School of Public Health revealed that consumption of walnut oil is significantly correlated to lower risk of type 2 diabetes in women. The disclosure was made in February of this year with the release of print issue number 4 from volume 143...

Breastfeeding proven to lower risk of Alzheimer's in moms

8/9/2013 - As more research becomes available, it is increasingly clear that breastfeeding children provides infinitely more long-term health benefits to both baby and mom. Now, a new study shows that mothers who breast feed run a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease later in life. The research, which...

Noni stimulates the immune system to reject tumor cells: Research

8/2/2013 9:41:01 PM - It is a widely reputed "superfood" that a cohort of published scientific research suggests possesses incredible healing powers. But the anti-cancer effects of Morinda citrifolia, also known more popularly as "noni," are among its most pronounced benefits, as a 2008 study out of South Carolina found...

Yet another reason to go organic - Research verifies it really is more nutritious

8/2/2013 - While it's generally agreed in the natural health arena that organically produced fare is superior in safety compared to crops that utilize GMOs or chemical pesticides, the fact that it's more nutritious might be overlooked by consumers. Conventional growers insist there isn't a substantial difference...

Big Pharma digs its claws deeper into academia under guise of research

8/2/2013 - Because the company has been unable to develop a steady stream of new "blockbuster" drugs on its own, London-based pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has decided to expand its corporate reach by essentially merging itself with the publicly-funded academic realm. Reuters reports that AstraZeneca has made...

Chemical weedkillers linked to double the rate of depression in farmers

7/30/2013 - As chemical companies manufacture their own falsified studies on the safety of their weed killers, herbicides like Roundup are used liberally and without caution. The glyphosate weedkillers like Roundup are now dumped into the Earth at the rate of 900 million pounds annually, creating a toxic, chemical...

Treat your high chloresterol and clogged arteries naturally with curcumin: Research

7/22/2013 - The humble spice that gives curry powder its characteristic yellow color may hold the key to helping people lower their cholesterol and fight heart disease naturally, research suggests. The spice in question, turmeric, has a long history of use as a traditional medicine across Asia. In recent years,...

Cacao found to be a 'defense shield' against strokes

7/22/2013 - It may not be the recommendation that is suitable to a dietician but chances are good the average person will like it: new research suggests that chocolate may act as a sort of "defense shield" against stroke. Researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden followed more than 37,000 Swedish men;...

Substance found in energy drinks and red meat may be connected to heart disease

7/20/2013 - New research has shown that a substance which can be found in red meat and as an ingredient in energy drinks triggers atherosclerosis or the hardening and clogging of arterial blood vessels. The researchThe scientists behind the research claim that the bacteria found in the digestive tract change...

Scientists seek to collect a 'blood database' of all U.S. newborns for 'research' purposes

7/18/2013 - It's bad enough that Americans are being constitutionally squeezed at just about every level of government, now scientists want to get into the act. In the name of conducting "research," bioethicists are now arguing that blood samples left over from newborns are a wealth of potential information...

New MRI research reveals cancer cells thrive on processed sugar

7/17/2013 - Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, your dietary habits could be significantly adding to your risk of developing cancer. New research published in the journal Nature Medicine has confirmed that processed sugar is one of the primary driving forces behind the growth and spread of cancer tumors, so much...

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