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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...

Ultimaker 2 3D printer review: These are NOT the droids you're looking for

3/7/2015 - Over the last several weeks, I put the Ultimaker 2 3D printer through the paces at my 3D print farm in Texas which is producing parts for the Food Rising project. The printer has been churning out a lot of the parts we're shipping with our Food Rising Mini-Farm Grow System donations, but out of the...

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....

A brief history of governments deploying weaponized pandemics against innocent populations

10/2/2014 - Throughout the course of human history, governments -- even those that claimed to be benevolent -- have killed millions of their own people in horrible fashion through the use of what were essentially weapons of mass destruction. A new historical review by Dr. Stefan Riedel, MD, PhD, for Baylor University...

NY hotel fines guests $500 for posting negative reviews on Yelp

8/7/2014 - Most Americans know that the cost of a wedding can be very high, but one hotel has found a way to extract even more cash from wedding guests. As reported by the New York Post, the Union Street Guest House, located in Hudson, New York, fines couples $500 for every single negative review posted online...

Peer-review mafia ring busted; science journal forced to retract 60 papers after fabricated reviews exposed

7/27/2014 - Dozens of scientific papers have been pulled from a prominent international journal after an investigation revealed that they were all illicitly passed through the peer-review process. All 60 studies, explains a recent announcement by the independent academic publishing group SAGE, were the product...

Seralini study on GMOs re-published after unprecedented scientific censorship

6/30/2014 - A major victory has been achieved for science with the recent re-publishing of Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini's study on genetically-modified (GM) corn treated with Monsanto's Roundup herbicide. After being forcibly retracted by corporate scientists, Seralini's groundbreaking study will once again appear...

Canadian government to review 23 pesticides banned in Europe

2/24/2014 - Have any idea of how many chemicals have been introduced into our environments since WWII? A half-decade ago, the count* was over 80,000. Some are used for Big Ag, some are in medicines and processed foods, toys and household items, and some of them are in the air and water. Industrial chemicals,...

Internet being wildly polluted with fake reviews, fake complaints against local businesses

10/5/2013 - The revolutionary form of expression and communication known as the Internet does indeed have its drawbacks, as demonstrated in a recent law enforcement effort initiated by the attorney general for the state of New York. According to a report in International Business Times, AG Eric Schneiderman...

Lies of breast cancer industry unravel as screening review shows startling over-diagnosis and lack of truthful information

6/6/2013 - Most of the women who undergo routine mammogram screenings for breast cancer will never actually derive any real benefit from the radioactive procedure, while the majority of those who end up testing positive for tumors as a result of mammography will undergo needless treatments for malignancies that...

FDA finally gets around to conducting safety review on toxic antibacterial chemical triclosan, already in consumer products for four decades

5/8/2013 - After more than 40 years of complete inaction in evaluating the potential side effects of the antibacterial chemical triclosan, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is finally getting around to conducting a review of this pervasive chemical additive, which is now found in more than 75 percent...

Cell phone radiation standards review - Another sham?

3/3/2013 - Cell phone radiation standards, currently set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), do not protect the public from the adverse health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) emitted by cell phones. Fact. The recently published 2012 BioInitiative Report states "bioeffects are...

Amazon.com book reviews routinely faked

9/7/2012 - A group of leading British authors has published a letter in The Daily Telegraph, warning that fake Amazon.com reviews by self-promoting authors may be widespread. The letter came after RJ Ellory, a best-selling crime writer, admitted to faking online book reviews. In posts under the names "Nicodemus...

Low-carbohydrate diets make you lean and healthy, systematic review shows

8/30/2012 - The amount of research on low-carbohydrate diets have skyrocketed the last couple of years; mostly due to the increased popularity of carbohydrate restriction and the "overwhelming" amounts of anecdotal reports from people following these types of diets. Individuals who adhere to a low-carbohydrate...

The Hunger Games movie review - a glimpse of our own future if the cancerous growth of government is not checked

4/2/2012 - The Hunger Games is a wildly popular new movie set in a dystopian future where an all-powerful, high-tech centralized government rules over "districts" of impoverished populations barely surviving in third-world conditions. The film, based on the book of the same name by Suzanne Collins, is important...

Yelp.com sued over allegations of extorting small local businesses and restaurants

11/26/2011 - The most savvy business person will tell you that they are always finding a better way to offer their product or otherwise make it more valuable, in order to increase sales and profits. But when that fails some companies, according to a recent lawsuit, resort to harder tactics - like extortion. A...

Institute of Medicine adverse reactions report admits MMR vaccines cause measles, seizures, anaphylaxis and other health problems

8/28/2011 - The Institute of Medicine, which has long functioned as a front group for the pharmaceutical industry and receives tens of millions of dollars in annual funding from drug companies and global elitists (like Bill Gates, Ted Turner, etc.), has issued a report that declares the MMR vaccine is not linked...

Published review highlights lack of proper GMO safety studies in scientific journals

4/4/2011 - A recent study published in the journal Environment International has found that within the body of published literature on genetically-modified organisms (GMO), there exists almost an equal number of both studies suggesting they are safe and identical to natural varieties, and studies suggesting they...

Flu vaccines judged ineffective

12/16/2010 - Every year studies are conducted evaluating the effectiveness of flu vaccines. Every few years the Cochrane Collaboration reviews the scientific literature on the effectiveness of flu vaccines. And every review shows that flu vaccines are relatively ineffective. Despite these findings, vaccine manufacturers...

The Case for Homeopathic Medicine: Consider the Historical and Scientific Evidence

8/10/2010 - A lot of people today are confused about what homeopathy is (and isn`t). This situation is not helped by the skeptics of homeopathy who go to incredible extents to exaggerate and misconstrue what homeopathic medicine is. It is more than a tad ironic that these "skeptics" hold themselves out as "defenders...

The Scientific Fraud Pandemic: Few Honest Scientists Remain, Part II

3/30/2010 - Recently, most of the scientific fraud accusations have been aimed at China, but they rarely (if ever) point towards the medical establishment or the pharmaceutical industry. Here on NaturalNews, of course, exposing the transgressions of Big Med and Big Pharma are commonplace. Scientific fraud, however,...

Cold Case Files - Paxil Birth Defects

3/4/2010 - Almost like an episode of the TV show, Cold Case Files, the first Paxil birth defect trial was dominated by a story about what happened to the rat pups that died around 1979 and1980, involved in a study in which Paxil was being tested on pregnant female rats. The animal studies giving Paxil to rats...

Acupuncture Proven to Prevent Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting

5/7/2009 - According to a 2009 review from The Cochrane Collaboration, an international not-for-profit and independent medical organization, stimulation of the acupuncture point P-6 (Pericardium-6) significantly reduces the symptoms of nausea and vomiting after surgery. The review was published in the second 2009...

Department of Health and Human Services Approves Fictitious Medical Device Review Board Led by a Dead Dog

3/29/2009 - Just how trustworthy are medical review boards that review and approve medical devices? In a Government Accountability Office (GAO) sting, investigators were able to invent and register a fictitious review board with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), complete with a fictitious panel...

Review of the Best Plant Protein Powders - Nutribody, SunWarrior, LivingFuel, Nutribiotic

12/12/2008 - It's challenging to get quality proteins into your diet if you eat a mostly plant-based diet. And thanks to all the scary chemicals in many of the conventional meat products available today, most health-conscious consumers are actively seeking to limit their meat consumption or eliminate it altogether. What...

NaturalNews Launches Social Networking Features, Reader-Suggested Site Enhancements

12/7/2008 - Thank you to all the NaturalNews readers who have participated in our on-site surveys and feedback forms over the last several weeks. We've been gathering feedback and listening carefully to what readers wanted, and now we're rolling out the features you asked for. What follows is an overview of...

Two New Studies Find Anti-Homeopathy Review Wrong

11/19/2008 - In August of 2005, the prestigious British medical journal the Lancet published a review comparing clinical trials of homeopathy with trials of conventional medicine. The conclusion of this study, which was widely hailed as evidence that homeopathy is worthless quackery, stated that homeopathic medicines...

FDA Running Extortion Racket: Natural Supplement Companies Threatened with Arrest if They Don't Pay Up

10/21/2008 - NaturalNews has learned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is running a criminal extortion racket designed to drain cash from health supplement companies and shift it into the pockets of top FDA contractors. This organized crime operation has been running for years, and it has operated with impunity...

Health Ranger Video Review of Veggie Magic Raw Foods Cafe

8/28/2008 - Ever wonder what it's like to eat at a raw foods cafe? If you haven't already experienced it yourself, you'll want to watch this video review of the Veggie Magic Cafe in Sarasota, Florida. I went there recently and filmed the kitchen, interviewed the co-owner and tasted delicious raw foods menu items....

Marine Phytoplankton is Next Revolutionary Superfood for Disease Prevention and Extraordinary Health

8/14/2008 - In previous articles and product reviews here on NaturalNews, we've covered some astonishing superfoods. The most impressive of those have been derived from microalgae: Astaxanthin, Chlorella, Spirulina and Blue-Green Algae. Now, a new microalgae product has emerged in the natural products market...

Review of Global Healing Center: Ozonated Skin Salve, Oxy-powder, Slimirex and Other Revolutionary Health Products

6/17/2008 - Even though I keep my eyes peeled for great health product companies, I rarely find ones that get me excited enough to write about. There are lots of ho-hum companies in the natural health industry that try to slap together a few fancy-sounding ingredients and call themselves nutritional pioneers, but...

Vitamins A, C and E Increase Mortality! (and other nonsense from the realm of junk science)

4/16/2008 - The latest attack on vitamins A, C, E, selenium and beta-carotene comes from the Cochrane Library, a widely-read source of information on conventional health matters. In the paper published yesterday, these antioxidants were linked with a higher risk of mortality ("they'll kill you!"), and now serious-sounding...

Review Finds the Herb Hawthorn Can Boost Heart Health

3/7/2008 - Historically, herbalists have used the herb hawthorn as a cardiac tonic and considered it valuable for improvement of cardiac weakness, an enlarged heart, angina, arrhythmias, edema, hardening of the arteries, heart palpitations, heart valve murmurs, irregular heartbeat, nerve depression and unexplained...

Review: The Best Tasting Green Superfood Powder Products

2/28/2008 - There's increasing awareness today about the health benefits of drinking superfood powders. Anyone who has been reading NaturalNews for very long knows that cruciferous vegetables prevent cancer, berries protect the nervous system and prevent heart disease, chlorella cleanses the liver and blood, curcumin...

Roomba 530 robotic vacuum review by consumer advocate Mike Adams

9/25/2007 - The new Roomba 500 series robotic vacuums are, its manufacturer says, the best robotic vacuums ever made. We decided to buy a Roomba 530 and put it to the test, and today we bring you the results in an exclusive NaturalNews Photo Tour available at http://www.NaturalNews.com/phototour_roomba_530_1.html Why...

Raw, "empowered" chocolate products launched by Empowered Foods; full review of sensational product line

6/5/2007 - You've never had chocolate like this before. Of all the chocolate products I've ever tried (and I've eaten a lot of them because, of course, it's my job), nothing compares to the raw, "empowered" chocolate superfood bars and products made by a small raw foods company in Clearwater, Florida. It's called...

How to get your natural health or green living product reviewed or recommended by NaturalNews

5/3/2007 - Here at NaturalNews, we've openly and independently recommended hundreds of natural health and green living products, all without asking for (or accepting) any money from the companies we publicize. Through our recommendations, we've helped numerous companies launch new products and connect with customers,...

Financial ties between FDA, drug companies could get even stronger with new "pay to play" TV advertisement review service

11/23/2006 - Under a new deal, pharmaceutical companies will now begin paying fees to the FDA when it reviews television drug ads in return for the agency expediting the reviews, but a natural health author says the arrangement will only strengthen FDA/Big Pharma conflicts of interest if it goes through. The...

Drug Company Reports Should be Read with Caution, Warn Doctors (press release)

11/22/2006 - A study published on bmj.com today has found that reviews of drugs which are supported by the pharmaceutical industry are less transparent, and are more likely to reach favourable conclusion on drugs, than independent reviews. According to the authors, bias in drug trials is common and often favours...

Acupuncture Reduces Chronic Neck Pain; Massage Benefits Still Unclear (press release)

10/11/2006 - Acupuncture offers relief from chronic neck pain, while there is little reliable evidence on the effectiveness of massage, according to two new systematic reviews. Acupuncture does not “cure” neck pain, and relief appears to last only a few weeks or months. Patients may thus need periodic booster...

Extra Calcium May Prevent Hypertension Problems in Pregnant Women (press release)

9/21/2006 - Expectant mothers may be able to prevent potentially serious medical problems in themselves and their babies simply by boosting their daily calcium intake, says a new systematic review. Not only that, but pregnant women at greatest risk for these problems may benefit most from the extra calcium. The...

Only Modest Benefit of Flu Shots Among Older Adults (press release)

9/21/2006 - Although national and international health organizations urge anyone over age 65 to get yearly flu shots, the vaccinations are only modestly effective in preventing flu and its complications among older adults, according to a new review of recent studies. Similarly, there is a little evidence that...

Drugs for Postoperative Nausea May Not Help Most Patients (press release)

9/21/2006 - Patients coming out of anesthesia after surgery may experience nausea or vomiting, and are frequently given drugs to prevent this. But the majority of patients won’t benefit from these drugs, according to a large new review of studies. The review authors examined 737 studies involving 103,237 patients...

Review of "The Chumscrubber": A dark comedy about the serious consequences of an overmedicated society

8/25/2006 - This is a review of the movie "The Chumscrubber," which is an intriguing and artful look at important themes in modern society. It stars Jamie Bell, and a host of well-known actors such as Ralph Fiennes, Glenn Close and Carrie-Anne Moss. The movie certainly has no lack of solid acting talent. In fact,...

Review of scientific journals shows steadily increasing conflict of interest in funding of drug trials

8/15/2006 - When scientific research appears in a peer-reviewed journal, readers are supposed to be able to trust that the research is honest, unbiased and accurate -- especially when it concerns prescription drug safety. Thus, when journalists at mainstream news publications in turn relay that scientific research...

Music Quiets Pain After Surgery (press release)

7/17/2006 - Medication is the best, first choice to treat pain following surgery, but music may be a good complement to pain-relief drugs, according to a new review of clinical studies. Patients who listened to music after surgery reported less pain than other patients who were not exposed to music, the review...

Merck litigation strategy - destroy expert witnesses

7/17/2006 - Former Vioxx users could be at risk of developing strokes for years, a prominent scientist said this week after evaluating new data from a 107-page report on patients who were followed for a year after they stopped the drug "It may be that Vioxx is causing permanent damage to the cardiovascular system,...

New Scientific Review Raises Scientific and Ethical Questions About the Use of Rodents in Experiments (press release)

6/29/2006 - WASHINGTON (June 27, 2006) -- Standard laboratory housing thwarts the basic behavioral needs of rats, mice, and other rodents, inflicting physiological and psychological harm and raising serious scientific and ethical questions about using these animals in experiments, according to a scientific review...

The truth about medical journals, and how drug companies exert heavy influence over published scientific articles

10/3/2005 - Can the medical journals be trusted to provide accurate, unbiased information about medicine even as they are almost entirely funded by drug companies? In her book, Vaccination, Peggy O'Mara writes that the current era of medical beliefs (or dogma) began to develop soon after Louis Pasteur's demonstration...

The FDA Exposed: An Interview With Dr. David Graham, the Vioxx Whistleblower

8/30/2005 - The following interview with Dr. David Graham (senior drug safety researcher at the FDA) was conducted by Manette Loudon, the lead investigator for Dr. Gary Null. This interview contains jaw-dropping insights about the corruption and crimes that take place every day inside the Food and Drug Administration....

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