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New study shows drinking diet soda daily may severely increase risk of heart attack and stroke

7/4/2014 - Regular diet soda consumption may significantly raise your risk of heart attack and stroke, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Miami and published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Researchers surveyed 2,564 residents of New York City over the age of 68...

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...

Study finds link between stress and allergy flare-ups

6/30/2014 - Allergy sufferers may want to focus on positive thoughts and stress reduction to find relief for their runny noses and itchy, watery eyes. According to researchers at Ohio State University, there's a link between people's stress levels and bad moods and the frequency of their allergy flare-ups, or...

Diets lacking fresh, whole foods lead to multiple chronic diseases, study confirms

6/25/2014 - It's no secret that a nutritious diet is the key to living a healthy life; however, until now, scientists hadn't produced any studies directly linking poor nutrition to the development of multiple chronic diseases over time. Researchers from the University of Adelaide's School of Medicine studied...

DNA from GMOs can pass directly into humans, study confirms

6/24/2014 - The idea that DNA from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is broken down in the digestive tract and rendered innocuous, a common industry claim, is patently false. A recent study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE found that large, meal-derived DNA fragments from GMOs are fully capable...

Study finds that men using Viagra may be at increased melanoma risk

6/21/2014 - Results from analyses of men who enrolled in a Harvard School of Public Heath study shows that sildenafil, known by most as Viagra, may increase a man's risk for melanoma by as much as a whopping 84 percent (1). The findings, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, involves follow up research from men...

Turmeric as effective for treating disease as 14 different conventional drugs, study finds

6/12/2014 12:24:46 PM - It's no secret that turmeric has amazing healing properties; in fact, it's one of the most thoroughly researched plants in history. Dating back thousands of years, humans have used turmeric as both a food and a medicine, even using it to cure life-threatening diseases. Researchers at GreenMedInfo,...

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,...

Watercress gets perfect score of 100 in study that ranks foods by nutrient levels

6/11/2014 - A study conducted by researchers at William Patterson University in New Jersey has put watercress at the number one spot among a list of top powerhouse fruits and vegetables, all ranked by their levels of key nutrients (1). Rather than deeming a food as a superstar for having a large amount of just...

Delaying routine vaccines does not increase seizure risk, but vaccinating does

6/10/2014 - You might want to sit down for this: A new study found that delaying the MMR vaccine or MMR and varicella combo vaccine (MMRV) could increase your child's risk of getting a fever-related seizure. This cohort "study" analyzed 323,247 vaccinated children to examine the association between the timing...

Study shows weight loss at any age is beneficial for heart health

6/9/2014 - In a study published in The Lancet: Diabetes and Endocrinology, findings suggest that "losing weight at any age can result in long-term cardiovascular health benefits, and support public health strategies and lifestyle modifications that help individuals who are overweight or obese to lose weight at...

Study finds more women than men with type 2 diabetes are at risk for developing heart problems

6/5/2014 - It's been known for a long while that having type 2 diabetes increases the risk of heart disease, but now a study published in Diabetologia shows that women have a 44 percent higher risk than men of experiencing both fatal and non-fatal cardiac events (1). In the study, over 858,000 men and women were...

Study shows highly-cynical people may be at increased dementia risk

6/4/2014 - While factors such as smoking, elevated blood pressure and high cholesterol are linked to developing dementia (and other health problems of course), a new study has found that having a cynical outlook on life can also contribute to the onset of the memory-robbing disease (1). In a study that Anna-Maija...

Plant-based diets improve health, strengthen bones, lower hip fracture incidence

5/30/2014 - A diet high in plant foods could reduce the risk of hip fractures and prevent chronic diseases, according to a study conducted by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and published in the Journal of Nutrition. The researchers focused on...

Confirmed: Neonicotinoids are collapsing honeybee colonies

5/29/2014 - The hypothesis that neonicotinoid insecticides are the primary factor responsible for the ongoing collapse of honeybee colonies has been strengthened in a study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health and the Worcester County Beekeepers Association, and published in the Bulletin...

Latest study links vitamin D deficiency in men to increased risk of prostate cancer

5/28/2014 - A vitamin D deficiency has been linked to a host of health problems ranging from depression to increased levels of bone fractures in adults and even certain cancers. One of the latest studies confirms the importance of having proper levels of vitamin D in the system, concluding that men with low...

Surgery, radiation provide 'no benefit' for elderly prostate cancer patients, study finds

5/23/2014 - Elderly men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer may want to skip out on getting treatment, suggests a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Cancer. Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles, (UCLA) discovered that aggressive cancer therapies like surgery and radiation...

Botox for migraines? Here are a few alternatives to consider

5/20/2014 - As controversial as it may sound, botox has now been approved for the treatment of migraines by no less than the US' Food and Drug Administration and the Medicines and Health Care products Regulatory agency of the UK. In a study featured in the journal Cephalalgia, it was discovered that those who availed...

Polish study says vaccines have no historical benefits, continue to cause neurological damage

5/18/2014 - The public health benefits commonly attributed to vaccines are greatly overblown, and the science shows that vaccines actually obstruct normal immune development rather than enhance it. These are among the multiple inconvenient findings of a Polish research study that was published in the journal Progressive...

Extensive cell phone use can triple brain cancer risk

5/17/2014 - Questions continue to arise about cell phones and their contribution to certain cancers. Even the National Cancer Institute (NCI) has raised some concern about extensive cell phone use. The NCI explains that cell phones emit radio frequency energy in the form of non-ionizing radiation. In other words,...

Study shows bulllied children have increased inflammation in body

5/17/2014 - Bullying has received a great deal of attention lately since the toll it takes on people, especially children, can lead to emotional and psychological scarring throughout their life. But a new study says that schoolyard meanies may do more than cause mental upset; their belittling actions may lead to...

Stanford study advances posture and movement's link to thinking, with implications for education

5/14/2014 - The Stanford School of Education reports that the difference in a person's innovative and creative thinking is substantial, depending on whether the person is sitting, standing or walking. "Many people anecdotally claim they do their best thinking when walking. We finally may be taking a step, or...

Study shows low hospital lighting levels makes patients more depressed, sick

5/13/2014 - Sometimes people feel worse when they're in the hospital, and now all the jokes about iffy hospital food or long waiting room times can be put to rest. Turns out, there's truth to mood changes and worsening health while in a hospital, and it may be due to something as mundane as the lighting. A study...

Ethanol myth shattered: Corn biofuels release more greenhouse gases than gasoline

5/12/2014 - Corn-derived biofuels release even more greenhouse gases than conventional gasoline, according to a study published in Nature Climate Change on April 20. The $500,000 study, which was funded by the federal government, is expected to be a setback for the Obama administration's plan to promote such...

First-ever study reveals food dyes in brand-name foods

5/11/2014 - Acknowledgment that food dyes (and other ingredients) cause behavioral problems in some children has spurred certain companies to remove dyes from some of their foods. However, until a new study by Purdue University scientists, the amounts of dyes in packaged foods has been a secret. Published in...

Study shows stress levels can increase just by observing others in stressful situations

5/9/2014 - When people say they're getting bad stress vibes from someone, there may actually be some truth to the feeling. A recent study shows that the stress a person undergoes can also create stress in those around them, a finding that researcher Veronika Engert of the Max Planck Institute calls "astonishing."...

Study shows vitamin D deficient pregnant women more likely to give birth to children with cavities

5/6/2014 - Babies born to mothers who consume low levels of vitamin D during pregnancy are more likely to have cavities, according to the latest research conducted by the University of Manitoba's dental school in Winnipeg, Canada. Published in the journal Pediatrics, the study assessed expectant mothers, all...

Study reveals that antibacterial soap causes breast cancer

5/3/2014 - Most people see them as a guarantee of safety against harmful pathogens, but the antibacterial chemicals commonly added to soaps, toothpastes and various other personal care products could be making you sick. A new study out of South Korea has found that the popular antibacterial additive, triclosan,...

New study says seven portions of fruits and vegetables daily may reduce risk of dying

5/2/2014 - A new study says that vegetables and fruits can reduce the risk of dying. While people have always known about the health benefits of eating such foods, what's important here is that the amount of veggies and fruits is what may help people live longer. Specifically, the researchers involved in the University...

Elsevier journal boycott announced; sign the petition to end Seralini GMO study censorship

4/24/2014 - The publisher of the scientific journal that retracted Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini's study on tumor-ridden rats fed Monsanto's genetically modified (GM) corn is the subject of a new academic boycott. Hundreds of members of the scientific community in support of honesty and transparency are calling...

Drinking coffee reduces chances of dying from liver cirrhosis

4/22/2014 - People who drink two or more cups of coffee per day are 66 percent less likely to die from certain forms of liver disease, according to a study conducted by researchers with the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore and the National University of Singapore and published in the journal Hepatology...

Anyone surprised? Processed food makes people fat and lazy, study suggests

4/21/2014 - Although there is a popular perception that lazy people are more likely to eat convenient but unhealthy foods, a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-Los Angeles and published in the journal Physiology and Behavior on April 10 suggests that it may be the other way around:...

FDA study claiming BPA safety 'borders on scientific misconduct,' scientists say

4/21/2014 - Shielding from the public its true allegiances to Big Industry over the people has never been much of a concern at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), where public policy is continually crafted in the interests of chemical and pharmaceutical corporations, with blatant disregard and even contempt...

New study says junk food makes people lazy as well as overweight

4/21/2014 - It's no secret that eating junk food (sometimes considered an oxymoron) can create a host of health problems, including contributing to obesity. However a new study not only supports the overweight issue, but also gives credence to an often-said phrase about people who eat junk food: that they are also...

High-fat diet linked with increased breast cancer risk, study suggests

4/18/2014 - A new study published on April 9 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that high total and saturated fat intake are linked with a greater risk of oestrogen receptor- and progesterone receptor-positive breast cancer, as well as an increased risk of human epidermal growth factor 2 receptor-negative...

Blockbuster new study: Vegetarians are less healthy than meat eaters in key health categories

4/16/2014 - Vegans take note: A blockbuster new study from Austria which is sure to send shock waves and generate massive denials among vegetarians has concluded that people who eat only vegetables are less healthy in key health categories and have a poorer quality of life than people who include some meat in their...

Shiitake mushrooms can help prevent cervical cancer, study finds

4/15/2014 - For centuries, shiitake mushrooms (Lentinula edodes) have been utilized as a medicine in their native East Asia. Traditional Chinese medicine, for instance, would commonly prescribe shiitake for people suffering from upper respiratory disease, poor blood circulation and fatigue. In Japan, shiitake were...

Saturated fat consumption not related to heart disease risk, study says

4/10/2014 - Saturated fat does not cause heart disease, and the monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats being pushed by mainstream medicine and the media as healthy alternatives are actually the real health threats. These are the unconventional findings of a new study out of the University of Cambridge (UoC),...

Prenatal meth exposure drastically reduces cognitive performance in children

4/9/2014 - Children exposed to methamphetamine ("meth") in the womb are significantly more likely to experience cognitive difficulties at age seven, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) and published in the Journal of Pediatrics in March 2014. The...

Salad eaters, rejoice! Study shows beneficial nutrients enter bloodstream

4/6/2014 - It's not uncommon for salad eaters to face odd or even belittling comments about their preference for leafy greens and veggies. From declarations that they "eat like birds" to friends who frown and say such a way of eating is harmful, salad eaters have heard it all. However, one study has shown that...

Chocolate's health effects to be tested by scientists over next four years

4/6/2014 - Much has been said about the health benefits of chocolate, and a new study set to take place over the next four years could help clarify whether or not all the hype surrounding this sweet treat is really substantiated. Sponsored by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), as well as Mars...

150 scientists condemn Seralini GMO study retraction as attack on scientific integrity

4/2/2014 - Scores of scientists have condemned a journal editor's retraction of a study that reported a number of serious side effects in lab rats that consumed Monsanto's genetically modified maize and Roundup herbicide. In all, according to a press release by a group called End Science Censorship, the number...

Five fruits and veggies a day not enough, study suggests

4/2/2014 - A new study suggests that eating seven or more portions of fruit and veggies a day is significantly healthier than the five a day currently recommended, and may protect against disease. Following recommendations from the World Health Organization, in 2003 the UK launched the "5-a-day" fruit and vegetable...

Study shows live spirulina effective at removing lead from wastewater

4/1/2014 - This study was performed in China, where there is a very high level of toxic heavy metal residue from less regulated industries and coal-burning energy plants. The necessity of removing heavy metal toxins from waste water is more vital in China than most other regions. Waterways and water used for...

Much-touted CDC study claiming obesity has plummeted in preschoolers found to be junk science propaganda

3/29/2014 - Who can trust the American Medical Association and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control -- two institutions engaged in suppressing self-empowered natural healing? These institutions work by misinforming the public through their vast media influence and control. It's no surprise that a new claim projected...

New study links endocrine-disrupting chemicals to autistic behavior

3/28/2014 - The modern-day boy and girl are raised in a chemical society, a culture drenched in pesticides, plastics, petroleum derivatives and synthetic food, medicine, and vitamins. Chemical formulas are manufactured into every corner, all the way down to electronic coatings and flame-retardant-infused couches. Hard...

Study shows 1 in 10 Swedes is vegetarian or vegan

3/28/2014 - A recent study commissioned by Animal Rights Sweden suggests that the number of people adopting vegetarian and vegan diets in Sweden is growing. The study has shown a 4 percent increase in the number of people adopting a vegetarian or vegan diet. A survey was carried out in February and March...

Recent study links prolonged sitting to heart failure

3/27/2014 - With the number of people suffering from heart problems constantly going up, it is in the best interest of everyone to get to know the main contributing factors. A human heart is one of the most depended-upon organs in the body. However, if one has been spending the better part of his or her day sitting,...

Study touts spirulina as functional food for diabetes management

3/26/2014 - Many have raved about superfood spirulina's overall health benefits, and there have been studies supporting their claims. One study in Korea focused on type II diabetes patients to determine if spirulina would alleviate diabetes symptoms enough to be considered a valuable functional food, a food that...

Study shows Spirulina fusiformis reduces damaging effects of toxic mercuric chloride on kidneys

3/24/2014 - Mercury is a highly toxic substance, but it is still used openly in the modern world. With its ability to cause permanent brain damage to children, kill babies in the womb and inflict kidney damage in adults, mercury is one of the most overlooked toxic substances today. Mercury pollution levels concerningThe...

Study says vegetables play role in positive and negative thinking

3/24/2014 - Plenty of thoughts exist as to what a person's favorite color or music choice says about them, and now one study says that whether or not we serve vegetables with meals carries significant emotional meaning. Researchers set out to determine if the addition, or lack of, a vegetable with a meal altered...

Study reveals new insight on the most important antioxidant we need: glutathione

3/21/2014 - Glutathione is called the master antioxidant because it can regenerate itself in the liver after each fill-up of free radicals and go back to work. Free radicals are often the byproduct of normal cellular metabolic oxidation and toxic overload, leading to autoimmune diseases, several cancers or heart...

Chemotherapy proven to cause long, agonizing, suffering death

3/20/2014 - New evidence confirms what we've known here at Natural News for some time -- that chemotherapy is one of the worst forms of cancer treatment there is, primarily because of the horrific chemicals involved, but also because it is simply an agonizing way to kill. According to a newly published study...

Environmental factors that increase asthma risk and symptoms: studies

3/18/2014 - A few studies published in 2013 have revealed various environmental factors which increase asthma risk as well as elevate the severity of its symptoms. These included exposure to traffic pollution, wood smoke, cleaning chemicals, as well as other materials at the workplace. Diesel exhaust particles...

How and why GMO industry maligned Seralini's Roundup Ready corn and Roundup herbicide study

3/18/2014 - The journal Food and Chemical Toxicology (FCT) removed the Gilles Eric-Seralini team's research paper recently. This happened after two major events. First there was a groundswell of "scientific criticisms" from scientists with or formerly with GMO industry connections. Some even with GMO patents. Their...

Government study finds toxic Roundup herbicide in 75 percent of air, rain samples

3/11/2014 - You might not want to hold your tongue out to catch that enticing drop the next time it rains -- you could end up inadvertently taking a swig of Monsanto's Roundup herbicide. New research published in the journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry reveals that both air and rain are contaminated...

Yale study spotlights FDA's ineffectiveness in ensuring drug safety

3/6/2014 - The FDA's standards for approving new drugs are inconsistent and lacking in important areas, according to an analysis conducted by researchers from Yale University and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. "Not all FDA approvals are created equally," researcher Nicholas Downing...

FDA study shows pertussis vaccination spreads pathogenic bacteria

3/4/2014 - In a failed attempt to explain away why vaccinated individuals seem to be the only ones contracting and spreading whooping cough during major outbreaks, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently launched an inquiry aimed at better understanding how the controversial vaccine works. But what...

Roundup herbicide linked to celiac disease and gluten intolerance, new study suggests

3/3/2014 - A new study has found that the world's best-selling herbicide is linked to the global rise of celiac disease, gluten intolerance and irritable bowel syndrome. According to the U.S. peer-reviewed study, the details of which were published by Dr. Anthony Samsel and Dr. Stephanie Seneff, the rise in...

The Seven Countries Study hoax and how the politics of food policy keeps the USA in the dark

3/3/2014 - This is the true story of an American scientist named Ancel Keys who studied saturated fat long ago (in the 1950s) and made the cover of the illustrious Time magazine, although in that "infamous" way that we later learned of. The damage was done though, and what Keys did was set a precedent of falsified...

Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal formula shown to help prevent diabetes

3/2/2014 - A recent study to be published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) has revealed that a particular Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) herbal formula helped to slow the progression from pre-diabetes to a full-blown diagnosis of diabetes. Pre-diabetes is a condition whereby...

Obesity-mortality paradox debunked: Overweight type 2 diabetes patients do NOT survive better

3/2/2014 - A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has debunked the findings of some recent studies which suggested that diabetics who were overweight or obese could have lower mortality rates than their normal-weight counterparts. The study, led by researchers from the Harvard School...

Vitamin C could reduce risk of stroke

3/1/2014 - The benefits of vitamin C on the immune system have been well documented for a number of years. Vitamin C is crucial to the overall health of the body in its efforts to fight off infections - both bacterial and viral. Recent research has discovered another advantage to ensuring that levels of vitamin...

Study finds it is worse to be lonely than obese

2/27/2014 - Scientists say in a new study that long-term feelings of loneliness have worse potentially lethal health risks than being obese. In fact, according to researchers, the chronically lonely can increase their chances of premature death by as much as 14 percent, which is as big an increase as being overweight....

FDA releases flawed study proclaiming BPA to be safe at low doses

2/25/2014 - A poorly designed study with one obvious goal -- to cover up the health effects of exposure to the plastics chemical bisphenol A, or BPA -- is right now circulating the mainstream media with corresponding claims that BPA is completely safe for humans at current exposure levels, despite copious contradicting...

Large study finds mammograms do not lower breast cancer death rate

2/21/2014 - A large and comprehensive study which looked at 90,000 Canadian women aged 40 to 59 for 25 years has cast fresh doubts on the usefulness of mammography. It found that mammograms did not lower the death rate from breast cancer. And it didn't reduce the death rate from all causes, either. The study,...

Study shows death from stroke may be related to weather changes

2/21/2014 - A new study finds that dying from a stroke could be linked to meteorological conditions at the time of affliction. Scientists presented their findings at the American Stroke Association's recent International Stroke Conference, which was held in San Diego Feb. 12-14. There, researchers said data...

More evidence that yearly mammograms don't cut mortality rates

2/20/2014 - Besides subjecting women unnecessarily to higher doses of radiation, a new study has found that yearly mammograms don't even cut death rates -- which was one of the primary reasons why the medical industry recommends getting one annually. According to researchers in Canada, the new study confirmed...

Study shows inactivity changes the brain, has harmful health consequences

2/17/2014 - "This is your brain . . . and this is your brain on the couch," is Dr. Patrick Mueller, associate professor of physiology at Wayne State University's approach to highlighting the detrimental effects that inactivity has on our brains and hearts. A recent study published in the Journal of Comparative...

Coconut oil can help reduce belly fat, study finds

2/5/2014 2:26:59 PM - While the "superfood" label is often overused in natural health circles, most researchers will admit that coconut oil deserves it. This edible oil, which is produced from the flesh of coconuts, has been shown to possess amazing antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties, improve blood cholesterol...

Hypocritical FCT journal editor refuses to retract inconclusive pro-GMO study

2/5/2014 - Is genetically modified maize harmless? Is it really safe to consume? Is it no different than natural maize? When the pro-GMO industry has the power to bury scientific studies that it doesn't agree with, when they have the power to pay publishers to prop up studies they do agree with, then a massive...

Yoga found to reduce inflammation and fatigue in breast cancer survivors

2/3/2014 - A recent study conducted by researchers at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that practicing yoga helped to alleviate inflammation and fatigue among breast cancer survivors. Published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the study was a randomized, controlled clinical...

Egyptian GM maize study shows toxic effects after just 91 days

1/28/2014 - A new study by Egyptian researchers has found that Bt corn is not substantially equal to non-genetically modified parent corn and is actually toxic to rats after barely three months. Meanwhile, a second study, which examined the effects on rats on a diet containing the GM corn, found that it caused...

Study proves omega-3 fatty acids lower risk of type 2 diabetes

1/27/2014 - The results of a 1980s human diabetes study are in. After conducting nearly 20 years of follow-up work, researchers in Finland have discovered new evidence showing how omega-3 fatty acids have the potential to help lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. The researchers, from the University of Eastern...

Why your asthmatic child should eat more fruits and vegetables and stay off fast food

1/25/2014 - Asthma is a condition of the lungs, right? A recent study has revealed one aspect of the diet which helps protect against asthma: the consumption of fermentable dietary fibers found in vegetables and fruits. In gist, research funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation found that, after the fibers...

Study finds young men who feel 'too skinny' more likely to be depressed, use steroids

1/25/2014 - Young men experience many of the same insecurities as young women when it comes to self-perception and body image, say two new studies recently published in the journal Psychology of Men & Masculinity. The studies, which looked at boys and young men between the ages of 16 and 29, found that many adolescent...

Reuters blatantly lies about Omega-3 study to disparage nutrition and deceive readers

1/23/2014 - After a new scientific study found that omega-3's helped prevent brain shrinkage during aging, a Reuters reporter named Shereen Jegtvig decided she didn't like what the study said. So she wrote a headline stating precisely the opposite of what the study found, and Reuters published it. The new Reuters...

Acute exposure to aluminum dust impairs lung function, causes inflammation

1/20/2014 - A 2010 peer-reviewed study has found that sudden exposure to aluminum dust can have long-term detrimental health effects, especially when it comes to lung capacity and function. According to Brazilian researchers who introduced concentrations of aluminum dust into the respiratory systems of mice,...

Groundbreaking study reveals biological basis for sensory processing disorders in kids

1/17/2014 - Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a condition in which the brain misperceives sensory information and processes information inefficiently. Such misperception profoundly affects how well a person makes sense of, responds to and functions in the world. How SPD plays outA person with SPD may over-respond...

Argentina suspends construction of Monsanto's unconstitutional GMO seed plant

1/16/2014 - It's not a total ban, but it's at least a victorious battle against the evil empire of Monsanto and the sociopathic biotech industry. After many months of grassroots demonstrating, blocking bulldozers and construction of a Monsanto seed factory in Argentina, a three-person court ruled two to one that...

New study proves exposure to nature directly improves happiness

1/15/2014 - A recently released study featured in the American Chemical Society (ACS) journal Environmental Science & Technology proves that exposure to nature directly improves mental health. With nearly 80 percent of the world's population residing in urban areas, ACS researcher Mathew P. White cites mental...

New study shows fetal BPA exposure increases risk of prostate cancer

1/13/2014 - A study conducted at the University of Illinois at Chicago (released January 7th in the journal Endocrinology) has found that fetal exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) greatly increases the risk of developing prostate cancer in humans. Gail Prins, a professor of physiology and lead author of the paper,...

A short-term diet of junk food can irreversibly damage memory, study finds

1/12/2014 - According to a new study by researchers at the University of New South Wales in Australia, eating food that is loaded with sugar and fat for just one week can have a detrimental effect on the brain's cognitive ability. More worrying still, preliminary data suggests that this effect is permanent, indicating...

Calcium has capacity to reduce copper toxicity, study shows

1/8/2014 - It is hardly a secret that millions of people living in the developed world are overworked, perpetually stressed and addicted to junk food, all factors which can impair adrenal function, toxify the liver and lead to other serious health problems associated with a condition known as copper toxicity....

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...

Chiropractic adjustments shown to reverse autism in three-year old girl

1/3/2014 - A recent case study reported in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research suggests that chiropractic adjustments can help reverse and prevent autism and issues related to the autism spectrum. The patient was an adopted three-year-old girl who was born at 28 weeks weighing 2 pounds, 5 ounces by a...

Consuming peanuts during pregnancy may lower offspring's risk of peanut allergies

1/2/2014 - As the rate of childhood peanut allergies in the United States population has more than tripled from 0.4% in 1997 to 1.4% in 2008, it was widely recommended (until 2008) for some expecting mothers to abstain from eating peanuts during their pregnancy and while nursing. A recent 2013 study published...

How TheWeek.com got swindled into pushing Big Pharma's anti-nutrition propaganda

12/22/2013 - A recent hack-job "study" declaring all multivitamins to be completely useless has been exposed as nothing more than drug industry propaganda following the revelation that not only were the vitamins used in the study synthetic, but the study itself was backed and funded by Big Pharma. And one of the...

Moringa oleifera is a potent anti-inflammatory, study finds

12/22/2013 - Moringa oleifera, also called the drumstick tree and the horseradish tree, is a drought-resistant tree that grows in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains in northern India. It is also cultivated throughout Africa and Central and South America, where it is treasured for its significant medicinal...

Ex-Monsanto employee involved in discrediting study linking GMOs to cancer in rats

12/11/2013 - Remember the explosive 2012 study published in the Food and Chemical Toxicology (FCT) journal, in which Gilles-Eric Seralini and other researchers proved (with photographic evidence) that rats fed a lifetime of GM corn grew horrific tumors? It turns out that the study was retracted from the FCT in November...

New study finds alarming increase in breast cancer risk following abortions

12/6/2013 - A new Chinese meta-analysis study has found a huge increase in breast cancer risk for women after having an abortion and that the risk appears to continue to increase after each subsequent abortion. In the study, researchers found that the overall risk of developing breast cancer in women in China who've...

Scientists easily reprogram childhood memories of adult study subjects

12/5/2013 - What would happen if someday medical science could essentially erase your real memories and replace them with phony ones? There's no way this technology could be misused, right? Well, according to published reports, Mankind may be on the verge of just that very thing. According to the magazine Popular...

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...

Cell phone radiation breast cancer link - New study raises grave concerns

11/27/2013 - A new study raises concerns of a possible association between cell phone radiation exposure and breast cancer in young women. The research team, led by Dr. Lisa Bailey, a former president of the American Cancer Society's California Division and one of California's top breast surgeons, studied four...

Study shows probiotics are a viable additive for fruit juices

11/22/2013 - Since bacteria are known for causing illness, why are more and more people turning to pro-bacterial supplements for good health? Why are people beginning to treat conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and weakened immune systems with bacterial supplementation? Certain bacteria...

Turmeric improves skin health, protects from UVB radiation damage and aging, concludes Japanese study

11/14/2013 - The Holy Powder of India, turmeric, is spreading its healing influence around the world, blessing the open mind with its plethora of health benefits. (It is a great brain-boosting, mood-enhancing antidepressant). Used extensively in Ayurvedic, Unani and Chinese medicine, turmeric cures hepatic disorders...

Consumption of tree nuts reduces women's risk of pancreatic cancer

11/14/2013 - The main article in my source list had a red flag: It was from the International Tree Nut Council Nutrition Research & Education Foundation (INC NREF) located in the area of Davis, California. That seemed like a conflict of interest. But further research revealed that INC NREF had basically posted...

Study finds exposure to herbicide increases frogs' risk of death from fungal infection

11/3/2013 - A popular crop herbicide that multiple studies have shown causes hormone disruption, reproductive mutations, birth defects and cancer now appears to also increase mortality rates, according to a new study out of the University of South Florida. Biologist Jason Rohr and his colleagues discovered that...

Study shows nutritional supplements can cut hospital readmission rates

10/27/2013 - Eleven years of groundbreaking research and data analysis on hospitalized Medicare patients is to be presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making in Baltimore, Maryland. The analysis has found positive evidence showing how nutritional supplements effectively lower...

Study shows that walking can lower breast cancer risk in women by at least 14 percent

10/16/2013 - As the incidence of breast cancer in American women continues to escalate at an unacceptable rate, millions of unsuspecting individuals remain fully unaware that they are able to dramatically mitigate the risk of this devastating illness by making any number of small lifestyle changes that could potentially...

Study shows curcumin protects against mercury exposure

10/14/2013 - Mercury pollution is extremely high around the world, with coal-burning power plants and nonferrous metal production being the main sources of toxic emission, accounting for 72 percent of total environmental discharge. The United Nations estimates that nearly 2000 tons of mercury was emitted into the...

Pharmaceutical drugs now pollute Lake Michigan, study confirms

10/11/2013 - Following the release of several reports in recent years highlighting the presence of pharmaceutical contaminants in many of the nation's drinking water supplies, a new study published in the Elsevier journal Chemosphere reveals that pharmaceuticals are now turning up in large quantities in the Great...

Study finds a high-protein, high-fat breakfast lowers blood sugar and risk of developing diabetes

10/6/2013 - Alternative nutrition researchers and practitioners have postulated that a large breakfast, moderate lunch and small-portion dinner is an important key to weight loss and optimal health maintenance. Excess calories, especially in the form of processed and refined junk carbohydrates, consumed later in...

300% Increased brain cancer risk for long-term users of cell phones and cordless phones, new study reveals

10/3/2013 - A Swedish study on the use of wireless phones, including cell phones and cordless phones, has uncovered a link between electromagnetic radiation exposures and the risk of malignant and non-malignant brain tumors. Cell phones and cordless phones emit a form of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation,...

Acupuncture proven just as good as counseling for treating depression

10/1/2013 - If you or someone you know suffers from moderate to severe depression, counseling and acupuncture could be your answers to finding real relief. A new study recently published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE found that acupuncture is at least equally as effective as counseling at treating depression...

Diet dramatically effects progression of heart failure, study finds

9/29/2013 - A new cardiovascular study from the University of Michigan is looking beyond modern western medicine. Pharmaceutical drugs for hypertension just aren't the long term answer, as many researchers look to dietary needs to solve heart health problems. The new study looks in a more holistic direction,...

Vegetarians less likely to die from heart disease, study finds

9/26/2013 - It isn't difficult to find peer-reviewed studies affirming the benefits of a vegetarian diet. Long-term vegetarianism has been linked to increased longevity, a decreased risk of cancer and diabetes, weight loss and improved digestion. However, according to a new study published in the American Journal...

Antipsychotic drug researchers forced to retract study after switching 'before' and 'after' data

9/19/2013 - A Norwegian study that claims to have observed significant brain changes in mental patients who switched from so-called "first generation" antipsychotic drugs to second generation varieties has been retracted from the peer-reviewed journal BMC Research Notes. As announced by Retraction Watch, the foiled...

Forgo the fruit juice and choose fresh fruit instead: Research-proven diabetes protection

9/18/2013 - Fruit juices are often grabbed off store shelves or out of refrigerated displays as substitutes for sodas, which have obvious adverse health effects. But there are concerns over the sugar spikes inherent with consuming fruit juices, especially store-bought juices that aren't freshly made. Many of...

Large cohort study confirms vitamin D as a powerful weapon against lung cancer

9/18/2013 - Taking vitamin D in quantities higher than what the federal government officially recommends could help you avoid developing lung cancer, according to the findings of a new study recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. A team of researchers from several esteemed academic institutions...

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...

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....

Radiation Response Superfood Combo on sale now at the Natural News Store

8/27/2013 - By popular demand, we've put two of our best superfoods on sale in a combination pack called the "Radiation Response Superfood Combo." Both of these superfoods are, of course, tested for radiation and have been confirmed as radiation-free using a timed radiation detection test. Both are also widely...

Mortality rate doubles for females eating refined white sugar - lab mice study rocks soda industry

8/14/2013 - In what is arguably the most shocking food study conducted since the Seralini "GMO rats" study released last year, researchers at the University of Utah have found that even a small amount of refined sugar consumption resulted in a doubling of the death rate of female mice. Fed merely the equivalent...

Big government in bed with Monsanto: How government agents covered up Roundup's birth defects

8/14/2013 - Truly disturbing are the lengths to which big government will go to conspire with big corporations to keep people sick in their reckless pursuit of profits and power. A recent study, published in the Journal of Environmental and Analytical Toxicology offers up more disturbing evidence that the very...

Most Gardasil 'safety' data discovered to be fraudulent

8/13/2013 - Every time a new scientific study is published with regards to a vaccine or a dietary supplement, the mainstream media is quick to praise the former and denounce the latter without ever actually reading the study in question, let alone critically analyzing it to get an honest grasp of its true implications....

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...

New study shows magic mushrooms repair brain damage caused by extreme trauma

7/29/2013 - A new study by The University of South Florida has found that low doses of the active ingredient in magic mushrooms repairs brain damage caused by extreme trauma, offering renewed hope to millions of sufferers of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). The study confirms previous research by Imperial...

Bad science strikes again: Bogus study claims fish oil increases prostate cancer

7/25/2013 - In case you missed it, the mainstream media is currently engaged in a gratuitous misinformation orgy following the release of a new observational study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, which absurdly claims that omega-3 fatty acids, and fish oil in particular, are a cause of...

The hepatitis C study America never heard about - The Berkson Clinical Study

7/25/2013 - If someone were to take a look at the impressive credentials of Dr. Burton Berkson they would likely think that any study he conducted would easily find its way to publication - especially one which demonstrated remarkable success against chronic hepatitis C. Such was not the case with the Berkson...

New study links wheat (gluten) consumption to autism

7/17/2013 - Another piece in the complex puzzle of what causes autism and other related behavioral disorders appears to have been identified by a new study published in the open-access journal PLoS One. Researchers from Columbia University in New York found that wheat, and particularly wheat gluten, triggers a...

BPA causes devastating metabolic changes inside the body, study finds

7/17/2013 - The real threat from bisphenol-A (BPA), the nefarious plastics chemical linked to endocrine disruption, may have more to do with the substances produced when the chemical is metabolized by the body rather than with the actual chemical itself. A new study published in the journal PLoS One explains how...

Study - Probiotics reduce obesity and diabetes

7/12/2013 - Probiotics have been covered in the alternative health media, especially Natural News, extensively over the past few years. Yet the mainstream media hardly touches it. And when's the last time your doctor recommended taking probiotics, even after prescribing antibiotics? One might conclude from doctors'...

Quackity quack: Eight evil genius ways to fake a vitamin study (and scare consumers into being afraid of fish oils)

7/11/2013 - Quackity quack, the quacks are back, and this time they're targeting fish oil supplements, claiming that taking fish oils raises your risk of prostate cancer. Hogwash. This is just another case of pure fearmongering quackery by the anti-vitamin crowd. Remember: All these people attacking vitamins...

Study - Your fast food hamburger may contain as little as 2 percent actual meat

7/9/2013 - There may be a convenient way to satiate your hunger while on the go, but fast food hamburgers appear to offer little in the way of actual meat content, according to a recent study published in the journal Annals of Diagnostic Pathology. Researchers from the Laurel School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, found...

Study finds that home births are safer than hospital births

7/5/2013 - A century ago, home births were the norm in the United States. Women would give birth to their babies in a comforting, familiar setting under the personal care of midwives. Fast forward to 1969, however, and 99 percent of all US mothers - having been exposed to propaganda claiming that hospital births...

New study finds 7 in 10 Americans on at least one prescription drug, many of which can be deadly

6/24/2013 - A new study by the Mayo Clinic has confirmed what Natural News has been reporting and warning for years: Americans are becoming ever more dependent on prescription drugs. According to the study, nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug and more than half take two. Study...

New study links over 7,000 cancer deaths to cell phone tower radiation exposures

6/22/2013 - Could exposure to radiation from cell phone towers really responsible for over 7,000 cancer deaths? According to research findings from Brazil, the facts speak for themselves. The study established a direct link between cancer deaths in Belo Horizonte, Brazil's third largest city, with the cell phone...

GMO feed turns pig stomachs to mush! Shocking photos reveal severe damage caused by GM soy and corn

6/12/2013 - If you have stomach problems or gastrointestinal problems, a new study led by Dr. Judy Carman may help explain why: pigs fed a diet of genetically engineered soy and corn showed a 267% increase in severe stomach inflammation compared to those fed non-GMO diets. In males, the difference was even more...

Police set up roadblocks to 'voluntarily' collect DNA, blood samples from innocent Americans

6/12/2013 - When a group of uniformed men wearing guns sets up a road block then ask you to "volunteer" a DNA sample and blood sample, it stretches the definition of "volunteer." But that's what happened in Alabama yesterday as off-duty cops in two counties set up DNA collection roadblocks and stopped cars to ask...

Study shows that a bit of exercise can curb the smoking habit

6/6/2013 - A new study, published online April 9th in the Journal of Adolescent Health, revealed that a small amount of exercise each day can potentially rid, or at least cut down, the nasty habit of smoking. Two-hundred and thirty-three high school students from 19 schools in West Virginia took part in the...

Women are 40 percent more likely to develop mental illness than men, study concludes

6/5/2013 - For reasons that are still largely unclear, women are much more likely than men to develop some form of mental illness during their lives, whether it be depression, schizophrenia, or simple anxiety, according to a new study. Based on an analysis of 12 large-scale epidemiological studies on mental illness,...

C-sections lead to obese kids, study finds

6/5/2013 - New research out of the U.K. sheds light on yet another possible cause of widespread childhood obesity. Based on an analysis involving more than 10,000 British babies, roughly 9 percent of whom were born via C-section, researchers found that babies delivered the alternate route tend to be larger overall...

'Miracle' Alzheimer's drug bexarotene turns out to be a hoax

6/2/2013 - A popular skin cancer drug that researchers last year claimed might aid in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease has been exposed as a complete and total hoax. As reported by ChicagoTribune.com, bexarotene does not appear to pass the authenticity test after all, as recent follow-up studies to the original...

Study finds Western diet leads to advanced aging and premature death - Are you slowly killing yourself?

5/27/2013 - Nutritional researchers have repeatedly demonstrated that what we eat directly determines genetic expression and can predict chronic disease risk, rate of aging, quality of life and mortality. A diet predominated by processed foods and laden with sugars, hydrogenated fats and refined carbohydrates has...

C-sections could double the risk of childhood obesity, study finds

5/26/2013 - Incidences of childhood obesity have skyrocketed over the last couple of decades, and factors such as processed foods and limited exercise play a big role in it. However, an interesting contemporary study by researchers at the Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition at Boston Children's Hospital...

New study reveals how glyphosate in Monsanto's Roundup inhibits natural detoxification in human cells

5/24/2013 - The modern age of industrial agriculture and manufacturing has dumped heavy metals, carninogens, plastics, and pesticides into the environment at alarming rates. These toxins are showing up in most human tissue cells today. One distinct chemical may be trapping these toxins in human cells, limiting...

Ten-year study establishes link between bad relationships and depression

5/17/2013 - If you buy into the medical propaganda that depression is the result of a chemical imbalance, then you've bought into just that - propaganda. We've yet to see the evidence of those mysterious chemical imbalances, even though trillions of dollars are made promoting them. Some research efforts still...

Aerobic exercise can help suppress hunger, study says

5/12/2013 - In a new study, researchers have made the conclusion that aerobic exercise such as rope jumping, which involves the body's vertical movements, can suppress appetite and cravings for fatty food. Researchers, who published their report in the journal Appetite, sought to find out if exercises that involve...

Study proves that the Paleo diet can improve health

5/9/2013 - The Paleo diet is a way of eating that revolves around keeping food and lifestyle choices in line with what our Paleolithic ancestors would have eaten. As with any diet or food plan, there are the supporters, and then there are those who simply just don't agree. Among all of the confusion and back-and-forth...

Roundup herbicide causes smorgasbord of fatal diseases, new study concludes

5/7/2013 - The immense dangers associated with exposure to Monsanto's Roundup herbicide are becoming incontrovertible, with the latest indictment of this deadly chemical cocktail coming from a new paper published in the open access, peer-reviewed journal Entropy. A scientist from the Massachusetts Institute of...

New study indicates aging may be all in your head

5/6/2013 5:03:53 AM - A study reported by scientists at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York announced that they have found the region of the brain responsible for aging and can target it to increase longevity in mice. The research, published in the journal Nature, reported that the hypothalamus, the area...

Study finds berries clear amyloid brain tangles to help fight Alzheimer's dementia

5/5/2013 - Positive health benefits abound in the multi-colored flavonoids found in all berries, especially blueberries and strawberries. Nutrition experts and a wealth of scientific reports show that berry consumption lowers levels of dangerous inflammation within the trillions of cells throughout our body, and...

Prostate cancer linked to high intake of protein and calcium from dairy

4/29/2013 - The European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPICN) is a multicenter meta-epidemiological (broad statistical survey) study designed to assess cancer risks by investigating past and current relationships between diet, lifestyle, environmental factors and cancer among a large population...

Questioning the study: Carnitine compound found in red meat and energy increases heart disease risks

4/25/2013 - An earlier NaturalNews article by this author featured mainstream media's (MSM) reports of the red meat study with a similar title to this article. It drew some strong disagreement from commenting readers. Since then, more information from reliable alternative media and medical sources has been discovered...

The Feds are spending your tax dollars on million-dollar grants to study sex habits of mud snails

4/8/2013 - Another irritating example of government waste at its most absurd, the taxpayer-funded National Science Foundation (NSF) has reportedly awarded a sizable grant to researchers at the University of Iowa to study the reproduction habits of New Zealand mud snails. According to Breitbart, more than half-a-million...

Fat burning accelerated by calcium and vitamin D intake

4/1/2013 - A Shanghai study entitled "Calcium plus vitamin D supplementation facilitated Fat loss in overweight and obese college students with very-low calcium consumption: a randomized controlled trial" was posted in Unbound Medline PubMed on January 8, 2013. Keep in mind the phrase "very-low calcium consumption."...

Study shows insulin injections more than double risk of death in Type II diabetics

3/27/2013 - According to the World Diabetes Foundation, nearly one-third of all Type II diabetics take daily insulin injections as part of their prescribed treatment protocol. But a new study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism reveals that this quintessential diabetes therapy option...

Prostate cancer risks are reduced almost 50 percent by grapeseed extract

3/25/2013 - Did you know that a little-publicized 2011 study from the journal Nutrition and Cancer showed that taking grapeseed extract could reduce men's risk of prostate cancer by 40-60 percent? The study was conducted by researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and funded by the National...

Study finds that turmeric prevents diabetes

3/24/2013 - Turmeric has a long history of use in a variety of traditional Asian medical systems for treating a wide variety of ailments. Now, Western scientists are increasingly finding that this culinary root and its active ingredients may be potent weapons in the fight against diabetes. Indeed, it has been shown...

Study finds that beetroot juice can lower blood pressure

3/19/2013 - Beetroots have long been treasured by health enthusiasts for their sweet taste, distinctive appearance, and nutritional value. Rich in trace minerals, high in dietary fiber, and bursting with antioxidants, they have been linked to lowered cholesterol, blood sugar control, and even treatment for dementia....

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