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Studies show that pomegranates provide many health benefits

7/1/2014 - The pomegranate is one of the world's oldest known fruits and has long been considered a symbol of health and fertility in its native Persia (modern-day Iran). It is also one of the most interesting fruits to consume: After splitting apart the pomegranate's tough outer layer, a complex chamber of red...

Studies show that pomegranates provide many health benefits

7/1/2014 - The pomegranate is one of the world's oldest known fruits and has long been considered a symbol of health and fertility in its native Persia (modern-day Iran). It is also one of the most interesting fruits to consume: After splitting apart the pomegranate's tough outer layer, a complex chamber of red...

Chinese herbal medicine can treat cancer safely and effectively

6/14/2014 - Australia's University of Western Sydney and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine recently conducted a large, retrospective review of thousands of studies and "hundreds of thousands of cancer patients" which proved that Chinese herbal medicine is indeed a viable treatment for almost all cancers. The...

GMO studies reveal that 18 million Americans suffer from gluten and GMO toxicity

6/12/2014 - What is it about gluten and GMO that have the masses asking questions? What's the latest debate that is constantly engaged on the best health websites in the world? How could it be that 18 million folks just can't figure out their internal rotting-food problem? Who can't figure out their inflammation,...

Studies show that oil pulling can kill harmful bacteria in the mouth

5/29/2014 - Oil pulling is a process of swishing an edible oil around the mouth for between 10 and 20 minutes, ideally upon awakening, for detoxification purposes. Its origins lie in the Ayurveda, the ancient healing system of India, and countless people from all backgrounds swear by it. In fact, if one believes...

Studies link lack of sleep in young children to increased chances of being overweight

5/23/2014 - Sleep is an important part of helping the body repair cells and function properly, and an increasing amount of studies show that lack of it can play a significant role in determining whether or not a child will be overweight. In fact, researchers in Boston concluded that "a 7-year-old who got less...

Two new studies prove Obamacare is a disaster headed for serious trouble

4/24/2014 - In early April, President Obama wasted no time in taking a victory lap of sorts regarding the alleged success of his signature piece of legislation, the Affordable Care Act. According to the president, the magic number of 7 million enrollees had finally been reached, six months after the rocky roll-out...

Make pesticide companies release bee death studies or ban their products, Health Canada told

4/9/2014 - The natural ecosystem on Earth is being chemically engineered as pesticides pour into the environment, year after year. As crops soak up the pesticides into their roots, stems, flowers and pollen, wildlife is put at risk. Tiny and slight, insects are directly impacted by these chemicals as they pollinate....

Studies show that acai berries can fight cancer, boost immunity and more

3/19/2014 - Acai berries are the fruits of the acai palm, a species of palm tree native to Central and South America. These berries, which are characterized by their grape-like appearance and bitter taste, have been cherished by the Amazonian natives for centuries due to their incredible medicinal properties. These...

Latest studies show that glyphosate causes gluten intolerance

3/11/2014 - The incidence of gluten intolerance, celiac disease and other health problems linked to the consumption of wheat and gluten are on the rise world wide and seem to be reaching epidemic proportions. But while wheat, and more specifically gluten, have traditionally been blamed for this modern epidemic,...

Studies show many health benefits from eating fermented foods

2/26/2014 - Although the human body is made up of 10 times as many bacteria as human cells, mainstream medicine and an unsuspecting public continue to kill off the bacteria that make up their body indiscriminately through the use of antibiotics and antibacterial products. Meanwhile, studies show that many of the...

Studies show many health benefits from eating fermented foods

2/26/2014 - Although the human body is made up of 10 times as many bacteria as human cells, mainstream medicine and an unsuspecting public continue to kill off the bacteria that make up their body indiscriminately through the use of antibiotics and antibacterial products. Meanwhile, studies show that many of the...

FDA reevaluating safety of pain medications following multiple studies showing major harm

2/19/2014 - A U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory panel has rejected a petition filed by Bayer HealthCare to have its over-the-counter (OTC) pain medication Aleve (naproxen) declared to be safer for the heart than competing alternatives like Advil and Motrin (ibuprofen). According to reports, the drug...

Studies show that cooking causes lung cancer

2/17/2014 - It is common knowledge today that smoking causes lung cancer, however there are many cases of lung cancer diagnosed in people who have never smoked in their lives. So if they've never smoked, what caused their lung cancer we might ask. Studies indicate that it could be as simple as the way they cook...

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...

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...

Studies show that chia seeds can treat diabetes, boost energy and more

12/15/2013 - Chia is a species of flowering plant that bears oval-shaped, multicolored seeds. These seeds, which have a neutral taste and crunchy texture, have been cultivated for centuries as a survival food in their native Mexico and Guatemala. Chia seeds had only just begun to enjoy recognition in the United...

Studies show chlorella could improve insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes patients

11/3/2013 - There have been studies under the radar of public awareness or mainstream media disclosure demonstrating chlorella's ability to improve diabetic symptoms. It's certain that very few MDs know of these studies. It seems that the wonders of this single-cell microalgae superfood continue to surface....

The unique superfood power of maca - Latest research

10/24/2013 - Maca, sometimes called 'Peruvian ginseng,' is an ancient food source and herbal medicine from the Andes region with a rich supply of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, amino acids, and sterols. According to ancient and modern Peruvian herbal medicine it is used for anemia, menstrual...

The unique superfood power of mangosteen - here's the latest research

10/23/2013 - The fruit of a tropical evergreen tree native to Southeast Asia, mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is enjoyed as a snack in regions where it grows across Asia and South America. Because of the highly perishable nature of this delicate fruit, it is rarely found in the United States, but rather marketed...

Science.NaturalNews.com now hosts 12 million scientific studies on phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, drug side effects, chemical toxicity and more

10/20/2013 - The Science.NaturalNews.com research website has now achieved 12 million studies posted on topics covering over 20 categories, including vitamins, minerals, medicinal herbs, phytonutrients, toxic chemicals, drug side effects and more. Visit the site now at: http://science.naturalnews.com The...

Nearly two dozen medical studies prove that vaccines can cause autism

10/1/2013 - Mainstream doctors and media pundits are notorious for claiming that the vaccine-autism debate is over and that no legitimate scientific evidence exists to suggest even a possible link between vaccinations and autism spectrum disorders (ASD): case closed. But a thoroughly-researched report recently...

Ten things the mainstream media didn't tell you about the Seralini GM corn study

9/5/2013 - It has been almost a year now since French researcher and scientist Gilles-Eric Seralini published his groundbreaking study on the deleterious effects of eating Monsanto's genetically-modified (GM) corn, and there are still millions of people out there who are confused about its controversial findings....

Earth Sciences and Environment section added to SCIENCE.naturalnews.com as reference site approaches five million scientific studies indexed

7/31/2013 - We've just added a new category to SCIENCE.naturalnews.com called "Earth Sciences & Environment." Indexing nearly 200 concepts from carbon sequestration to species migration, the new section is available at: http://science.naturalnews.com/index-Earth_Sciences_and_Environment.html SCIENCE.naturalnews.com...

SCIENCE.naturalnews.com launched - a portal to millions of studies on nutritional cures, toxic chemicals, drug side effects and more

7/22/2013 - Today I'm pleased to announce the launch of SCIENCE.naturalnews.com, a powerful new portal into the wealth of scientific literature that documents nutritional cures, toxic chemicals (including heavy metals), benefits of holistic therapies, the dangers of prescription medications and much more. In...

Studies show that maqui berries are rich in antioxidants and anthocyanins

7/3/2013 - Maqui is a tree that is native to the temperate rainforests of Chile and certain regions of southern Argentina. Its sweet-tasting berries, which resemble blackcurrants in size and color, have been consumed by Mapuche Indians for hundreds of years. Indeed, Mapuche warriors have attributed their renowned...

Studies presented at cancer meetings are nearly all funded by Big Pharma

6/27/2013 - New research from Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center in Boston suggests that the pharmaceutical industry is funding its own studies at cancer meetings around the world. Unbiased, third-party studies are being degraded, little by little, as industry backed studies take center stage. This comes...

Turmeric produces mind-blowing recovery from dementia symptoms, multiple case studies show

6/19/2013 - If you or a loved one suffers from Alzheimer's Disease or some other form of dementia, there is hope and healing to be found in turmeric. Based on the recent findings of three independent case studies, turmeric, whose primary active ingredient is curcumin, has the power not only to heal both the behavior...

Studies link sugary drink consumption to heart disease

6/14/2013 - Many studies link consumption of sugary soft drinks (including non-carbonated beverages) to serious health consequences. One of these is heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States and one of the most costly. Unfortunately, according to a recent Gallup survey nearly half of all Americans...

Studies show that bee propolis prevents cancer, boosts immunity, and more

5/29/2013 - Propolis (or 'bee glue') is a sticky, brown mixture that honey bees make from their saliva and the resin of tree bark for repairing damage to their hive and sealing it from invaders. Unlike beeswax, which is used to seal larger open spaces, bees tend to reserve propolis for smaller gaps. Europeans have...

Studies prove that consumption of sugar and cancer are connected

4/29/2013 - Sugar lurks in many places within our food system today. From certain breads and juices, to children's cereal, it has been discretely introduced into the food supply on a catastrophic level. Over the years, much research has been conducted regarding the toxic effects of sugar, and the conclusions have...

Studies reveal the effectiveness of medical hypnosis

4/3/2013 - My colleague, Chiara Marripodi, recently provided me some very interesting data on the effectiveness of hypnosis, as follows. It's fascinating to consider the healing properties of what so many consider hocus pocus! The validity of therapeutic hypnosis as a complementary modality is becoming recognized,...

Studies show pranayama can be an alternate therapy for many diseases

1/19/2013 - No doubt, if you frequent enough yoga classes, at one point or another you will be exposed to pranayama. This is a form of yoga related to the breath and is promoted widely as a form of meditation and relaxation. What you might not know is that it holds many more benefits for a wide range of conditions. Pranayama...

Secret government documents reveal vaccines to be a total hoax

1/8/2013 - If you have children, you are more than likely already aware of the official U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) "Immunization Schedules," which today recommend an astounding 29 vaccines be given between birth and six years of age, including yearly flu shots, as well as another five...

High on food - New studies show that diet alters brain functions

10/29/2012 - It may come as no surprise that what we eat affects the brain, and this is most obvious when looking at dietary disorders like obesity, compulsive overeating, and diabetes. The annual conference of the Society for Neuroscience took place between October 13 and October 17, and featured several new studies...

Yet more studies link fluoride to brain damage

9/27/2012 - Science continues to provide more evidence that fluoride, which is added to most public drinking water systems in the U.S. as a way to fight tooth decay, causes more harm than good. The Fluoride Action Network said in a press release that a newly discovered and translated study found that fluoride...

Medical companies fake reality on a daily basis

9/1/2012 - Glaxo, Merck, and Pfizer, three giant drug companies, are under the gun. Glaxo has just paid a $3 billion fine for bribery, fabricating drug-safety data, and fraud. Merck has been caught inventing data to give the impression its mumps vaccine is effective. Pfizer is being attacked for conspiring to...

Lack of studies, questionable safety of full body airport x-rays continue to raise alarm

8/19/2012 - A dearth of studies, along with lingering questions about their safety are leading more U.S. passengers to opt out of walking through powerful backscatter X-ray machines used by Transportation Security Administration officials at some airport checkpoints. Instead, more passengers are choosing the...

Fishy studies by Big Pharma

6/6/2012 - In a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers concluded that omega 3 supplements, like natural fish oil, "do not prevent cardiovascular disease." But these studies were on high risk patients with known heart problems and on every med from stain drugs to ACE inhibitors, beta...

Swiss government report declares homeopathy is 'cost effective' in treating patients

4/29/2012 - In a story akin to "the mouse that roared," a major report from the Swiss government has determined that the very small doses commonly used in homeopathic medicine are both effective and cost-effective. Despite the impressive technological prowess of conventional medicine today, the Swiss government...

Cancer industry total fraud exposed: Nearly all 'scientific' studies fail to be replicated

4/19/2012 - The vast majority of so-called scientific studies focused on cancer research are inaccurate and potentially fraudulent, suggests a new review published in the journal Nature. A shocking 88 percent of 53 "landmark" studies on cancer that have been published in reputable journals over the years cannot...

The Swiss government's exceedingly positive report on homeopathic medicine

4/8/2012 - The government of Switzerland has a long history of neutrality, and therefore, reports from this government on controversial subjects need to be taken more seriously than other reports from countries that are more strongly influenced by present economic and political constituencies. Further, when one...

A tragic and stunning case of scientific fraud in studies on red wine and resveratrol

3/22/2012 - In yet another stunning example of scientific research fraud, the University of Connecticut leveled charges of widespread scientific fraud against a prolific researcher earlier this year. The university identified the researcher as Dr. Dipak K. Das, a director of the university's Cardiovascular Research...

New studies reveal caffeinated coffee protects against Alzheimer's, diabetes, depression and prostate cancer

1/9/2012 10:18:38 PM - Recent research suggests that drinking caffeinated coffee daily may protect against developing Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, prostate cancer, depression and more, according to reports from Science Daily. Animal studies at the University of Florida discovered an ingredient in coffee that interacts with...

Studies confirm chiropractic treatment prevents heart attacks and lowers blood pressure

1/7/2012 9:01:12 AM - The popularity of chiropractic care has grown dramatically since the middle of the 20th century. Although most people seek chiropractic treatment to relieve musculoskeletal pain, certain types of pain may be indicative of the patient experiencing a heart attack just before or during treatment. Chiropractors...

Journal commentary suggests flawed studies intentionally obscured benefits of vitamin therapy in preventing strokes

1/6/2012 - Prior to the release of several studies that claim the therapy is ineffective, taking high doses of B vitamins was considered an effective regimen for lowering homocysteine levels, and thus helping to prevent strokes and cardiovascular disease. But a new commentary published in the Journal of the American...

Challenge studies that encourage moderate alcohol consumption for health and longevity

12/13/2011 - Alcohol consumption's health consequences have been a subject of epidemiological studies throughout the western world. The consensus from several studies is: Those who drink moderately have better health than those who drink heavily, and surprise, even better than those who don't drink alcohol at all....

Research scientist confesses to falsifying numerous studies published in peer-reviewed journals

12/8/2011 - The peer review process is alleged to be the "gold standard" of the scientific process, as it is supposed to ensure that only legitimate scientific studies get published. But a recent admission by psychologist and researcher Diederik Stapel, that he knowingly faked and made up data for numerous studies...

The disinformation myths against homeopathy

11/9/2011 - Homeopathic medicine is at present one of the leading alternative therapies practiced by physicians in Europe (particularly France, Germany, UK, and Italy) and Asia (especially on the Indian subcontinent)(EU Commission, 1997; Prasad, 2007). Since homeopathy's development as a medical specialty in the...

Shock vaccine study reveals influenza vaccines only prevent the flu in 1.5 out of 100 adults (not 60% as you've been told)

10/27/2011 - A new scientific study published in The Lancet reveals that influenza vaccines only prevent influenza in 1.5 out of every 100 adults who are injected with the flu vaccine. Yet, predictably, this report is being touted by the quack science community, the vaccine-pushing CDC and the scientifically-inept...

Scientific studies conclude GMO feed causes organ disruption in animals

10/5/2011 - A new paper reviewing data from 19 animal studies shows that consuming genetically modified (GM) corn or soybeans leads to significant organ disruptions in rats and mice, particularly in livers and kidneys (http://www.enveurope.com/content/23/1/10). "Other organs may be affected too, such as the heart...

Generalizations in red meat studies have led to potentially unhealthy advice (Opinion)

9/15/2011 - A number of recent studies about red meat consumption have led to widely publicized advice that eating red meat is unhealthy. However, such studies have often made flawed generalizations. As a result, many people have likely been mislead into believing that red meat is bad in and of itself and may be...

Studies confirm link between cholesterol drugs and higher rates of diabetes

7/24/2011 - Seven years after the American Diabetes Association urged all diabetics, regardless of whether or not they had high cholesterol, to take statin drugs because they "may have some other qualities that have not been tested," (http://www.naturalnews.com/001110.html), a new analysis published in the Journal...

Studies linking XMRV virus to chronic fatigue system shown to be false, thousands needlessly taking antiviral drugs

6/5/2011 - A 2009 study alleging that a mouse virus known as XMRV is responsible for causing chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in humans has been debunked. Originally published in the journal Science, the study identified XMRV in the blood of some patients with CFS, and falsely concluded that the virus was responsible...

Happy people live healthier, longer lives

4/25/2011 - Happy people have an advantage over unhappy ones--they may be healthier and may live longer. An extensive review of literature using seven types of evidence indicates that high subjective well-being (SWB), such as life satisfaction, optimism, and positive emotions, causes better health and longevity....

Three new studies reveal children are dumbed down by pesticide exposure in womb

4/22/2011 - Does it ever seem like the population is being "dumbed down"? Maybe that is literally happening -- even before birth. And at least one of the culprits appears to be organophosphate pesticides that are widely used on food crops throughout the U.S. The evidence for the intelligence robbing effect of...

New studies reveal more health dangers from hormone replacement therapy

4/15/2011 - While millions of women seek relief from menopausal symptoms with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), new studies are showing that in addition to heart disease, HRT is also associated with an increased incidence of kidney stones, as well as an increased risk of breast cancer and death. Hormone replacement...

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...

Multiple studies link autism to mercury, which is still present in most flu vaccines

3/12/2011 - Despite recommendations made by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 1999 that Thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative, be removed from vaccines, the toxic chemical is still added to the majority of flu vaccines administered to women, children, and the elderly, according to the...

False Foundations of Science: Can Vaccine Studies Be Trusted?

1/26/2011 - Many "scientific" studies are literally nonsense. This is not a conspiracy theory. For example, the Journal of the American Medical Association [2005;294(2):218–28] published a paper showing that one-third of "highly cited original clinical research studies" were eventually contradicted by subsequent...

Top Researcher Finds Medical Studies to be Largely Wrong or Fraudulent

11/8/2010 - Considering his background, Dr. John Ioannidis had good reason to expect that he might become a noted and respected researcher when he first entered the field of medical research. What he did not expect was that he would become known for challenging and exposing the bad science of his peers and finding...

Doctors could Save More Sick Babies by Giving Melatonin

10/12/2010 - Most of us think of melatonin supplements as simply a sleep aid, but what is not talked about much is the fact that melatonin is actually a quite powerful antioxidant. It is SO powerful and so safe that several studies have been done giving melatonin to extremely ill newborn babies, arguably the most...

Evidence-based vaccinations: A scientific look at the missing science behind flu season vaccines

9/2/2010 - As someone with a good deal of education in scientific thinking and the scientific method, I have put considerable effort into attempting to find any real scientific evidence backing the widespread use of influenza vaccines (flu season shots). Before learning about nutrition and holistic health, I was...

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...

Report finds drug industry funded studies almost always yield good results

8/6/2010 - A recent study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine has revealed that industry-funded clinical trials -- that is, drug trials funded by pharmaceutical companies -- almost always show positive results for the drugs they test. In contrast, only about half of government-funded studies show...

Few drug studies offer comparative findings

8/4/2010 - The bulk of drug studies conducted focus only on whether or not a drug produces a desired effect and not on whether it is more effective than other treatments, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard Medical School and the University of Southern California and published in the Journal...

Monsanto: The world's poster child for corporate manipulation and deceit

7/30/2010 - At a biotech industry conference in January 1999, a representative from Arthur Anderson, LLP explained how they had helped Monsanto design their strategic plan. First, his team asked Monsanto executives what their ideal future looked like in 15 to 20 years. The executives described a world with 100...

Flu Vaccines, pharma fraud, quack science, the CDC and WHO -- all exposed by Richard Gale and Gary Null

7/2/2010 - A remarkable article was published today by authors Richard Gale and Dr. Gary Null of the Progressive Radio Network (http://www.progressiveradionetwork.com). It may be the most shocking (and important) public health article published in the last two years. If you read just one health article this entire...

Central Figure in CDC Vaccine Safety Studies Investigated for Fraud

4/12/2010 - One of the central figures in the Center for Disease Control`s (CDC) claims about vaccine safety is reported to be under investigation by Danish police after almost $2 million turned up missing that was supposed to have been spent on research. Dr. Poul Thorsen, one of the researchers involved in two...

Studies Reveal Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Dogs with Osteoarthritis

3/29/2010 - Osteoarthritis is a painful degenerative joint disease that affects many canines, especially geriatric dogs. Studies published in the January 2010 and March 2010 issues of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA), report the possible benefits of feeding foods high in omega-3...

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...

Paxil Birth Defect Trial: Battle of the Experts

3/2/2010 - In the first Paxil birth defect trial that resulted in a $2.5 million verdict against GlaxoSmithKline in October 2009, the infant, Lyam Kilker, was born with three heart defects; an atrial septal defect, a ventricular septal defect, and an interrupted aortic arch, after his mother took Paxil while pregnant....

Big Pharma researcher admits to faking dozens of research studies for Pfizer, Merck (opinion)

2/18/2010 - It's being called the largest research fraud in medical history. Dr. Scott Reuben, a former member of Pfizer's speakers' bureau, has agreed to plead guilty to faking dozens of research studies that were published in medical journals. Now being reported across the mainstream media is the fact that...

Studies Show New Information about Blood Pressure

2/18/2010 - Blood pressure is the force that the heart exerts on pumping blood through the body's circulation system. High blood pressure has many negative health risks. A new study shows that there is a link between high blood pressure and dementia. People diagnosed with high blood pressure can benefit by making...

Paxil Birth Defect Litigation - First Trial A Bust for Glaxo

2/17/2010 - GlaxoSmithKline has paid out close to $1 billion to resolve lawsuits involving Paxil since the drug came on the market in1992, according to a December 14, 2009 Bloomberg report. But the billion dollars does not cover the more than 600 Paxil birth defect cases currently pending in multi-litigation in...

Mainstream Drugs are Neither Safe nor Effective, Part I

2/2/2010 - For generations we have been told by mainstream medicine that their drugs are safer and more effective than natural alternatives such as those man has used for healing for thousands of years. Similarly, we have been told that herbs and other natural alternatives are unproven, usually of little or no...

Aspartame alert: Diet soda destroys kidney function

12/17/2009 - Scientists from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston have revealed results from a study outlining some of the effects of artificial sweeteners on the body. Conducted on a group of 3,000 women, the results indicated that those who drank two or more artificially-sweetened beverages a day doubled their...

Tamiflu anti-viral drug revealed as complete hoax; Roche studies based on scientific fraud

12/14/2009 - When it comes to selling chemicals that claim to treat H1N1 swine flu, the pharmaceutical industry's options are limited to two: Vaccines and anti-virals. The most popular anti-viral, by far, is Tamiflu, a drug that's actually derived from a Traditional Chinese Medicine herb called star anise. But...

Potassium normalizes high blood pressure

11/6/2009 - High blood pressure isn't a disease, it's just a noticeable symptom of a physiological imbalance with a biological cause. One of the most common biological causes of this symptom is a mineral deficiency. Specifically: Potassium. Potassium is a crucial mineral for restoring healthy blood pressure...

Interview with Alex Holland, founder of Asian Institute of Medical Studies in Arizona

10/29/2009 - Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the western world as patients find it to be safe, effective and affordable. One TCM school in Tucson Arizona trains future TCM practitioners on the philosophy and practice of Chinese Medicine. Founded by Alex Holland, the Asian...

Flu vaccines revealed as the greatest quackery ever pushed in the history of medicine

10/14/2009 - Prepare to have your world rocked. What you're about to read here will leave you astonished, inspired and outraged all at the same time. You're about to be treated to some little-known information demonstrating why seasonal flu vaccines are utterly worthless and why their continued promotion is based...

New Studies Link Cell Phone Use to Cancer and Other Maladies

10/14/2009 - The discussion of cell phones and the problems they can cause is nothing new to Natural News readers, of course. Studies have linked cell phone radiation to changes in brain physiology, declines in sperm quality, cancer, and more.1 Newly released studies in 2008 and 2009, compiled at the...

Trace mineral selenium helps prevent cancer

10/2/2009 - The CSPI is reportedly suing Bayer over the company's claims that the selenium in its "One-A-Day" multivitamin formula helps prevent prostate cancer (http://www.reuters.com/article/healthNews/idUSTRE5905I320091001). It's rare to see NaturalNews actually siding with Bayer on anything, but in this case,...

Resveratrol - The Miracle Nutrient for Cancer, Cholesterol and Longevity

8/12/2009 - You've all heard the good news about resveratrol, commonly known as the "red wine nutrient." There's more to resveratrol than red wine, though, and it's helpful for far more than just preventing heart disease. It's also phenomenal for maintaining a healthy cholesterol balance and even supporting increased...

Genetically Modified Organisms are Unfit for Consumption

6/11/2009 - The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) has issued a warning urging the public to avoid genetically modified foods and has also called for a moratorium on GMOs until long-term, independent studies can prove their safety. The group has also called for required labeling of foods that contain...

Cancer Studies Published in Respected Journals Biased By Medical Industry Money

5/22/2009 - So what if cancer researchers have close financial ties to Big Pharma? Scientists have to disclose their associations with drug companies when they publish research in respected journals and they'd never let a little thing like financial ties influence how they interpret outcomes or run a study. Right? Not...

New Studies Reveal the Medicinal Benefits of Honey

5/7/2009 - For centuries honey had been known as nature's medicine. Both the Greeks and Egyptians used honey as one of their main healing tools, with the famous Greek thinker Aristotle saying that pale honey was "good as a salve for sore eyes and wounds". But despite its long history within the healing community...

Drug Company Money is Top Factor in Publication of Vaccine Studies

5/6/2009 - Flu vaccine studies that are funded by industry are significantly more likely to be published in prestigious journals and to later be cited in the scientific literature than studies without such funding, according to a survey of 274 studies conducted by researchers from the Cochrane Vaccine Field in...

Studies Show the Benefits of Breastfeeding

5/1/2009 - Studies show that breastfeeding decreases the risk of breast cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes. The biggest and most extensive study of its kind done by scientists from Cancer Research UK found that the longer mothers breastfeed, the more they reduce the risk of disease. This means that...

Omega-3s - Fish Oils, Flaxseed Oil and Prostate Cancer - What do the Experts Say?

4/20/2009 - Just how good are fish oils, flaxseed oils and other omega-3s at preventing prostate cancer? According to the experts quoted below, they may represent some of the most powerful anti-cancer nutrients available today! Read this large collection of quotes on omega-3 oils and prostate cancer, and you'll...

Resveratrol is "Nature's Medicine" for Cancer, Heart Disease and Much More

4/1/2009 - Just how good is resveratrol at preventing cancer and heart disease? It's so good that drug companies are trying to mimic its molecules in order to claim they're "creating" a new drug to prevent heart disease. But this is Mother Nature's miracle drug -- only it's not a drug. It's a molecule synthesized...

A Listing of the Twenty-One Fabricated Studies by Dr. Scott Reuben

3/15/2009 - The health community is up in arms over the discovery that a highly-respected and influential clinical researcher, Dr. Scott Reuben, fabricated the data used in over twenty pharmaceutical studies published in peer-reviewed medical journals. Read the full NaturalNews report on this topic here: http://www.naturalnews.com/025833.html These...

An Apple a Day Keeps Breast Cancer Away, Six Studies Conclude

2/20/2009 - Over the past 12 months, half a dozen studies published by Rui Hai Liu, Cornell associate professor of food science and a member of Cornell's Institute for Comparative and Environmental Toxicology, show apples fight cancer. Dr. Liu's research adds to a mounting body of data that apples, as well as other...

Green Tea and Breast Cancer Prevention: What the Experts Say

2/20/2009 - How effective is green tea at preventing, reversing or treating breast cancer? And can green tea help improve the outcome of chemotherapy for patients who choose chemical poisons as their treatment of choice? I searched through my library of natural health books and found the following quotes on...

Two New Studies Document Natural Breast Cancer Fighters

2/13/2009 - A couple of words strike enormous fear in the hearts of countless women: breast cancer. And it's no wonder. American Cancer Society (ACS) statistics reveal it's the most common cancer among women in the United States, other than skin cancer. In fact, the ACS says a woman's chance of having invasive...

The Powerful Role of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Preventing Diseases of Inflammation: The Experts Speak

2/4/2009 - What do the top authors, doctors and health experts have to say about the realtionship between omega-3 fatty acids and inflammation? I asked my Private Research Library that question recently and was overwhelmed with the remarkable wisdom it revealed. Below, I share the top quotes from noted authors...

Two Recent Studies on the Health Benefits of Fish and Fish Products

1/7/2009 - Fish has long been regarded as a healthful food, in particular for its high concentration of omega 3 fatty acids. Two recent studies have affirmed its health benefits in two different ways. First, a study on over 2,000 elderly persons in Norway found that eating fish and fish products improved cognitive...

Beans: Fabulous Health Benefits, Weight Management and Nutrition at Very Low Cost

12/28/2008 - What if there were a delicious, versatile, meatless, high protein food that could almost magically bring you good health, help prevent heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and keep your weight in check? You wouldd be willing to travel a way to get this food and pay a lot of money for it, wouldn't you? Actually,...

JAMA Anti-Vitamins Studies Flawed

12/22/2008 - Scientific research isn't as simple as portrayed in movies or fiction – and the results certainly are rarely as simple as what is reported by the mainstream (and, too often, lazy) media. A case in point: the news that two studies just published in the December 9 edition of the Journal of the American...

Studies Provide New Hope for Alzheimer's Patients

12/9/2008 - There's often little hope to be found about the mind-robbing disease known as Alzheimer's and other dementias linked to aging. But two new studies raise the possibility that there are ways to delay, lessen or even successfully treat dementia – including using non-drug approaches based on ancient meditation...

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...

Ten Studies Showing the Link Between Sugar and Increased Cancer Risk

11/17/2008 - How many times have you heard it mentioned that sugar causes cancer, that cancer patients should avoid sugar, or that sugar is the favorite food of cancer cells? The truth is, this goes beyond mere hearsay or traditional knowledge; there is actually a large volume of scientific evidence available which...

Three Possible Health Dangers of Long-Term Cell Phone Use

11/14/2008 - More and more people are owning and using cell phones today. On top of that, people are using them from a younger age. While the evidence of any health risks of cell phone use is far from clear-cut, some studies have suggested that it can increase cancer risk, cause behavioral problems in children as...

Chocolate Really Is Good For You: Studies Prove It

11/12/2008 - Chocolate lovers, take heart. Reports from recent studies have given you plenty of reasons to keep on eating chocolate without feeling guilty. In fact, the news from several studies released this spring shows that chocolate is quite effective against the number one killer of Americans, heart disease....

Acupuncture and Its Slow Acceptance in Mainstream Science Circles

9/19/2008 - Acupuncture is a medical procedure in which the function of bodily systems is influenced by stimulating connective and muscular tissue at specific points on the body. The practice, once thought to be something akin to folklore in the West, has gained widespread acceptance and popularity. The reasons...

Aspartame: Is the Sweet Taste Worth the Harm?

9/17/2008 - Aspartame, more commonly known as NutraSweet or Equal, is one of the most toxic substances being consumed today. The artificial sweetener, currently used in over 4,000 products worldwide, entertains a sordid past and has been one of the most tested and debated food additives in the history of the FDA....

Hold the Spinach, Hold the Lettuce - the FDA Wants to Nuke Our Veggies

9/4/2008 - The FDA has just announced that food producers may now start zapping lettuce and spinach with just enough ionizing radiation to kill E. coli. The muckety-mucks at the FDA have decided, in their infinite wisdom, to use the American public as guinea pigs in an ongoing human experiment to find out the...

Liver-Damaging Effects of Cholesterol Drug Zetia Hidden by Merck, FDA Documents Reveal

9/4/2008 - Documents on the FDA Web site reveal that pharmaceutical companies Merck and Schering-Plough conducted numerous safety studies on the popular cholesterol drug Zetia but did not publish the results, which suggested that the drug may cause liver damage when mixed with statins. Zetia is a trade name...

Studies Prove That Chocolate Is Really Good for You

8/22/2008 - Chocolate lovers, take heart. Reports from recent studies have given you plenty of reasons to keep on eating chocolate without feeling guilty. In fact, the news from several studies released this spring shows that chocolate is quite effective against the number one killer of Americans, heart disease....

Drug Companies Routinely Bury Studies Showing Their Drugs Don't Work

8/20/2008 - More than 30 percent of studies conducted on antidepressant drugs go unpublished, apparently because they fail to show that the drug works as advertised, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. In addition, published studies often interpret the data as more favorable...

Chemical Causes of Diabetes: Overeating Is Not the Only Problem

7/25/2008 - Medical science has discovered how sensitive the insulin receptor sites are to chemical poisoning. Metals such as cadmium, mercury, arsenic, lead, fluoride and possibly aluminum may play a role in the actual destruction of beta cells through stimulating an auto-immune reaction to them after they have...

Forget the Headlines - Keep Taking Your Vitamins and Minerals

6/25/2008 - A "new" study condemning the use of vitamins and classifying them as ineffective and potentially dangerous is generating headlines throughout the mainstream media in the United States and Europe. Apparently generating headlines was the sole intention, as the study is neither new, scientific nor objective. The...

Mainstream Studies on Vitamin Efficacy Flawed

6/10/2008 - Recent headlines from an Oregon State University study asserted "Vitamin E trials fatally flawed" and the following story detailed how most studies on Vitamin E have been flawed to the point of being essentially worthless. Here are some excerpts: CORVALLIS, Ore. Generations of studies on vitamin...

Millions of Dollars Wasted on Useless Cancer Research, Dozens of Studies Invalidated

6/4/2008 - Millions of dollars in research money have been wasted on scientifically useless experiments, according to a report by the BBC. At the heart of the problem is the failure of many scientists to make sure that they are performing laboratory tests on the correct cell lines. For approximately £180 ($370)...

New Studies Find Calcium and Vitamin D May Prevent Colon Cancer

5/7/2008 - Specific vitamins and minerals in the diet appear to prevent the development of colon cancer. However, too much iron may cause malignancies to grow. Emory University scientists recently announced these findings, based on biological markers that influence colon cancer risk, at the American Association...

Widespread Ghostwriting of Drug Trials Means "Scientific" Credibility of Pharmaceutical Industry is a Sham

4/21/2008 - The discovery that drug companies have been ghostwriting scientific studies using in-house writers, then paying (bribing) doctors and high-level academics to pretend they were the author of the article is making shockwaves across conventional medicine. This latest revelation of scientific fraud exposes...

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...

New Studies Continue to Reveal the Health Benefits of Colostrum

3/17/2008 - Colostrum is the thin yellowish fluid produced during the first few milkings of a mammal after she has given birth. It is the carrier of the immunities that are transferred from mother to infant, and one of the reasons breast feeding is so important to the health of children. Colostrum contains an abundance...

The Link Between Obesity, Cancer, and Toxicity (Part 1)

3/10/2008 - Many conventional media sources, known collectively as "Mainstream Media," or MSM, repeat the conventional wisdom of obesity's causes: sedentary lifestyle and poor nutrition. These factors are irrefutable contributors to the worldwide, growing obesity epidemic. Yet lifestyle and nutrition factors do...

Recent Studies and Age Old Wisdom Point to the Health Benefits of Butter

3/7/2008 - Someone really should write an ode to butter. Pure delicious golden butter that comes from grass fed, pastured, contented cows. Beautiful butter that wants to nourish us and protect us from disease if we would only give it a chance. But alas, all we have today is attacked, maligned and mistreated butter....

Negative Antidepressant Studies Routinely Buried, Research Shows

2/24/2008 - According to a recently published article in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), Selective Publication of Antidepressant Trials and Its Influence on Apparent Efficacy, studies showing antidepressants to be effective are published more often than those reporting negative outcomes, and the results...

Research Biased on Harmful Chemical BPA, New Report States

1/25/2008 - For decades, the federal government and chemical-makers have assured the public that the hormone-mimicking compound Bisphenol-A is safe. This chemical is found in baby bottles, aluminum cans and hundreds of other household products. But a recent investigation by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has...

It's Winter - Do You Know Where Your Vitamin D Is?

1/21/2008 - John Cannell, MD, Director of the Vitamin D Council and author of the Vitamin D Newsletter has looked at recent conflicting media coverage of the effects of vitamin D on cancer. The December 2007 issue of the newsletter addresses how studies have been interpreted and how biased interpretation can adversely...

Vaccines and Medical Experiments on Children, Minorities, Woman and Inmates (1845 - 2007)

12/14/2007 - Think U.S. health authorities have never conducted outrageous medical experiments on children, women, minorities, homosexuals and inmates? Think again: This timeline, originally put together by Dani Veracity (a NaturalNews reporter), has been edited and updated with recent vaccination experimentation...

Studies Show Hypnotherapy Eases Dental Anxiety

12/10/2007 - I recently had a friend come to me complaining about some tooth pain. I asked her what her dentist said. I thought this was a rather simple question, because pain in your mouth equals a trip to the dentist. You can imagine my shock when she said she would rather live with the pain than go see the dentist....

New Studies Reveal How Crushed Garlic Is Good For The Heart

11/16/2007 - Ever wondered what gives you the bad breath after eating garlic? Well it’s a substance called Allicin and when digested, it causes blood cells to release sulphur compounds and these produce tainted breath and for some people even a foul body odor. The good news is that the pungent smelling bulb...

Stevia: The FDA's Attack on a Beneficial Supplement

11/14/2007 - Let's be honest for a moment. There's no question that over the years I've tweaked the FDA, Canadian, and European regulators for some of the outrageously absurd positions they've taken when it comes to alternative health and supplements. Then again, I've also praised them on those occasions that I...

Studies show reishi mushrooms benefit people stricken with a variety of ailments, from high blood pressure to AIDS

1/25/2007 - Hailed in ancient Eastern medicine as the "mushroom of immortality" and the "medicine of kings," you'd expect reishi to offer you some pretty astounding health benefits, right? Your assumptions are correct. This prized fungus may be able to boost your immune system, fight cancer, ward off heart disease,...

Industry-sponsored beverage studies yield frequent positive results; raise conflicts of interest

1/16/2007 - Studies of beverages such as juice, soda and milk that are sponsored by the beverage industry are four to eight times more likely return favorable results than studies funded by non-industry sponsors, according to new research appearing in the online journal PloS Medicine. Researchers from Children's...

In stroke, negative studies less likely to get published (press release)

11/13/2006 - Stroke studies where the results are positive or neutral are more likely to get published than studies with negative results, according to an analysis of 45 years worth of studies published in the September 26, 2006, issue of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology. "Science...

Studies provide new evidence on risks associated with Cox-2 inhibitors and NSAIDs (press release)

10/30/2006 - Two new review studies evaluating the safety of the pain-relieving medications selective cyclooxygenase 2 (COX-2) inhibitors and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) find increased cardiovascular and kidney risks. The studies and an accompanying editorial were posted online today by JAMA because...

Two new studies show blacks continue to receive inferior health care compared to whites

10/25/2006 - In 2001, the Institute of Medicine challenged the U.S. health care system to make a change and provide equal care for people, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or socioeconomic status, but two recent studies have found that this challenge has not been met. The first study, appearing in the most...

Medical journals begin cracking down on fraudulent studies funded by drug companies

10/18/2006 - Medical journals across the United States have begun initiating stricter ethics codes for publishing research funded by pharmaceutical or medical device-makers, including many journals that have instituted zero-tolerance policies for study authors with financial ties to drug companies. Last year...

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Announces 14 Research Grants to Prevent Childhood Obesity; Studies Will Look at Impact of School Food Policies, School Food Environments (press release)

8/29/2006 - The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has awarded 14 research grants that will explore how federal, state and local school food policies can help prevent childhood obesity, especially among low-income and minority populations who have the highest risk for being overweight. Over the past three decades,...

Prices rise for drugs used by US elderly: studies (press release)

8/24/2006 - Prices of medicines used by older Americans for chronic conditions such as arthritis and high cholesterol are rising even as new federal drug coverage has been rolled out to help make prescriptions more affordable, two separate studies released on Tuesday showed. Researchers at Families USA found...

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...

Vitamin D and Flavonoids Examined for Impact on Breast and Ovarian Cancer (press release)

7/27/2006 - While risk factors for breast and ovarian cancers include menopause, obesity, family history and specific genetic mutations, researchers also are looking at the role of diet in the development, as well as the treatment and prevention of these tumors. At the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Association...

Herbals Effective for Low-Back Pain in the Short Term, Studies Find (press release)

7/17/2006 - The herbal preparations devil's claw, white willow bark and cayenne plasters may be as effective as pain medication for short-term low back pain and are better than placebo, a new systematic review of studies has found. The review comprised 10 randomized controlled trials involving nearly 1,600 adults...

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,...

Studies say Vitamin D reduces risk of breast cancer by 50 percent

6/26/2006 - Maintaining high levels of vitamin D in the body can reduce the risk of cancer by 50 percent, according to two studies presented in April 2006 at the American Association for Cancer Research. The first study found that women with levels of vitamin D classified by the study as "high" lowered their...

Interview with Randall Fitzgerald, author of The Hundred-Year Lie, on the prevalence of toxic chemicals

6/21/2006 - Mike: I am joined today by author Randall Fitzgerald, the author of "The Hundred-Year Lie: How Food and Medicine are Destroying Your Health," a groundbreaking new book that you would do well to pick up and read. Thanks for joining me today, Randall. Randall Fitzgerald: Well thank you Mike. It is...

Do Antidepressants Cure or Create Abnormal Brain States? (PLoS Medicine)

6/12/2006 - Editor's note: This is a technical article reprinted, with permission, from the PLoS Medicine Journal (a peer-reviewed, open-access medical journal that's bucking the system by daring to print the truth about drugs, depression and pharmaceuticals). This is not casual reading, but if you want to learn...

Human medical experimentation in the United States: The shocking true history of modern medicine and psychiatry (1833-1965)

3/6/2006 - Introduction by the Health Ranger: The United States claims to be the world leader in medicine. But there's a dark side to western medicine that few want to acknowledge: The horrifying medical experiments performed on impoverished people and their children all in the name of scientific progress. Many...

New research shows adults -- not just kids -- are capable of learning new languages

2/12/2006 - The Americanization and Anglicization of the world has enabled many Americans to become overconfident in English as the world's langua franca. In contrast to other countries, where foreign languages like English are taught in elementary school, Americans often don't begin foreign language instruction...

Cod Liver Oil: The Number One Superfood

2/7/2006 - Doctor Price was right, as usual. Cod liver oil is very good for you, more than you ever knew. Research studies ranging from 1918-2001 give cod liver oil an A+ rating. This marvelous golden oil contains large amounts of elongated omega-3 fatty acids, preformed vitamin A and the sunlight vitamin D, essential...

Essential fatty acid phosphatidylserine (PS) is powerful prevention for memory loss, Alzheimer's and dementia

1/9/2006 - The link between old age and forgetfulness is cliché enough to be the subject of greeting cards, sitcoms and jokes. We take it for granted so often that very few of us take the time to question why it happens. However, experts may have found the answer in an essential fatty acid called phosphatidylserine....

The mineral selenium proves itself as powerful anti-cancer medicine

1/4/2006 - One of the most effective naturally occurring weapons against cancer is, like most healthy things, something many of us are not getting enough of. The mineral selenium has been shown in multiple studies to be an effective tool in warding off various types of cancer, including breast, esophageal, stomach,...

Brain health dramatically improved by intake of omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils

1/2/2006 - It's no secret that long-term diet and nutrition choices have an effect on the way we look and feel; but new studies show that nutrition can also affect the way we think. As it turns out, there really is such a thing as “food for thought.” It may seem strange that what we put in our stomachs can have...

How Acetyl-L-Carnitine prevents Alzheimer's disease and dementia while boosting brain function

12/7/2005 - Acetyl-L-carnitine may offer unprecedented hope for people suffering from Alzheimer's disease or the aftereffects of a stroke. The human brain is uniquely powerful and complex, but it is sometimes difficult for it to fully recover from damage. People who have been affected by stroke, traumatic brain...

Natural Cellular Defense and zeolite - is it the next big thing in nutritional therapies for cancer and chronic disease?

12/1/2005 - You may not believe what you're about to read. Early indications are that this could be a significant breakthrough in nutritional medicine, cancer treatments and heavy metals detoxification. If early reports are to be believed, it far surpasses even the most miraculous cancer drugs from the world of...

The common cold is no match for natural healing therapies: minerals, herbs and foods stave off colds and flus

10/24/2005 - It happens to everyone, sometimes multiple times a year. That's why it's called the common cold, right? But while we're all familiar with the common cold, we may only know of one or two ways to fight it, which usually involve some sort of over-the-counter medication, or the folk remedy, a bowl of chicken...

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