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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...

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...

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,...

'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....

Consumers poorly informed about emergency room costs, study finds

3/15/2013 - Emergency room charges vary so dramatically that it's impossible for consumers to know what kind of bill they're going to be stuck with, according to a study led by researchers from the University of California, San Francisco and published in the journal PLOS ONE. For example, the out-of-pocket patient...

Medical students interact regularly with Big Pharma reps, study shows

3/13/2013 - In spite of new policies designed to limit the interaction that medical students have with pharmaceutical industry representatives, such contact remains widespread, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital and published in the Journal of...

CoQ-10 treats diabetic neuropathy

3/10/2013 - The marvels of CoQ-10 continue to be discovered by actual mainstream medical research. Of course, this type of research doesn't get the media hype that Big Pharma's "miracle medicines" do. Thank goodness for the internet. Two separate, recent studies on CoQ-10 were logged into medical journals, one...

Shocking new cell phone radiation study reveals increased brain tumor risk for children

3/10/2013 - A shocking new cell phone radiation study conducted on New Zealand adolescents and their cell phone usage asks the question, "Are children at increased risk of brain tumors already?" The conclusion of the study is even more shocking than the question because it implicates all children who use cell phones....

Organic tomatoes are smaller, tastier and healthier, study proves

3/8/2013 - Organic tomatoes really are better for you, and they taste better to boot, according to the findings of a recent study conducted by researchers from the Federal University of Ceara, Brazil and published in the journal PLOS ONE. Although most consumers assume that organic fruits and vegetables have...

Protect yourself from heart disease with the Mediterranean diet: Research proves vast benefits

3/6/2013 - It seems health benefit rumors of the Mediterranean diet have now been confirmed by medical science. It is now evidence-based science and not merely anecdotal. Yes, that was sarcasm. The study, "Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with a Mediterranean Diet" was published in the New England...

BPA is deadly to the developing brains of babies in utero, new study shows

3/1/2013 - Scientists from Duke University in North Carolina have identified yet another major threat to human health posed by the plastics chemical bisphenol-A (BPA). According to new research, babies exposed to BPA in utero, or during their developmental stages in the womb, could experience inhibited central...

Household chemicals cause cancer, birth defects, wide range of health issues, WHO study admits

2/25/2013 - A new landmark study by the World Health Organization says a host of common, everyday household chemicals pose severe health problems including cancer, asthma, reduced fertility and even birth defects. According to the study, WHO identified a number of "synthetic chemicals" which the UN agency said...

The body electric: Early cancers can be detected and affected by bioelectric signals, study shows

2/25/2013 - Could it be possible to not only identify the presence of cancer cells inside the body long before they have the chance to develop into malignant tumors, but also to alter their course and prevent the onset of full-blown cancer? One new study set to be published in the journal Disease Models and Mechanisms...

Landmark UN study shows deadly effects of human exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals

2/24/2013 - A new report from the United Nations says a number of synthetic chemicals which have not been tested for any disruptive effects they may have on the body's hormone system may have "significant health implications" for humans. The report, entitled, "State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals,"...

Want to reduce your Type II diabetes risk? Get some sunshine and up your vitamin D intake

2/22/2013 - It's amazing how many different meta-analysis papers and epidemiological studies keep popping up associating vitamin D3 with lower disease occurrences for heart disease, breast cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, and Type II or onset adult diabetes. An earlier Japanese meta-analysis "...found a correlation...

Deadly sleeping pills are still widely prescribed, study finds

2/21/2013 - Doctors are still widely prescribing a popular class of sleep and anxiety drugs to the very populations most likely to suffer lethal side effects, according to a study conducted by researchers from St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto and published in the journal Drugs and Aging. "Patients need to hear...

Debunking the French GMO tumor study is a tsunami of lies

2/20/2013 - Before many could recover from the shock of seeing rats fed GMO corn with huge tumors, the mainstream press was already reporting scientists who claimed the French study was flawed. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) rejected University of Caen molecular biology researcher Professor Gilles-Eric...

Cyberstalking more traumatic than physical stalking, study finds

2/19/2013 - Cyberstalking leads to more fear in its victims than "real world" stalking, causing victims to spend more money and take more protective measures, according to a study conducted by researchers from Sam Houston State University, Weber State University, Arizona State University, the University of Cincinnati...

Yale study links common chemicals to osteoarthritis

2/19/2013 - According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common joint disorder. Unlike the autoimmune form of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis is due to wear and tear on a joint and, the NIH says, is just a "normal result of aging." But could something...

Cure chronic inflammation with mindful meditation

2/17/2013 - In order to determine how mindful meditation compares to other stress reducing activities, a study was set up to compare the efficacy of meditation to stress reducing exercises for both stress and chronic inflammation. One group of subjects was trained and placed into the Health Enhancement Program...

Helicopter parenting hurts children's mental health, study finds

2/17/2013 - Helicopter parenting can cause children to experience depression and dissatisfaction with life, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Mary Washington and published in the Journal of Child and Family Studies. "Helicopter parenting" refers to a highly involved parenting...

Watch for online dating scammers, study warns

2/17/2013 - International criminal organizations are increasingly targeting online dating websites in scams that can financially and emotionally devastate their victims, warns a study by researchers from the University of Leicester and the University of Westminster. "Professionals need to understand the awful...

Cut your heart attack risk dramatically by simply eating more berries

2/15/2013 - A recent study concluded that eating three or more servings of strawberries and/or blueberries per week protects against cardiovascular disease and heart attacks on women. Only women? This study was for dietary influences that increase heart and cardiovascular health, not breast cancer. That's easily...

Lovers' hearts beat in time, study finds

2/15/2013 - Partners in romantic relationships don't just share interests, habits and secrets, according to a pair of studies published in the journal Emotion and the International Journal of Psychophysiology. Researchers from the University of California, Davis and the University of Arizona found that even when...

Study shows the average child is now chronically ill - here's what you can do about it

2/14/2013 - Advocates of conventional medicine often try to claim that pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines, and other modern "health" interventions are responsible for extending the average lifespan and improving overall quality of life. But a 2011 study published in the journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics...

Chronic stress leads to diabetes, study finds

2/14/2013 - Men who live in a permanent state of stress are 45 percent more likely to develop Type II diabetes than men who are not stressed, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and published in the journal Diabetic Medicine. The analysis was conducted as...

TV viewing leads to lower sperm counts

2/12/2013 - Men who watch more than 20 hours of TV per week have a sperm count nearly half that of men who rarely watch TV, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health and published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. To examine the effect of physical activity...

Chicken is the food most likely to kill you, study warns

2/8/2013 - Chicken is the food most likely to kill you, while salad greens are the food most likely to make you sick, according to a new study conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fortunately, the Home Food Safety program has responded to this study by issuing guidelines on good...

Study suggests chicken pox vaccine responsible for triggering nationwide shingles epidemic

2/7/2013 - For the past several years, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been actively promoting the shingles vaccine as the solution to what some experts say is a building shingles epidemic. But a new study published in the German medical journal Der Hautarzt, or "The Dermatologist"...

What time you eat matters more than how much you eat, study finds

2/6/2013 - In trying to gain or maintain a healthy weight, how much you eat may actually matter less than the timing of your meals, according to a surprising study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital, Tufts University, the University of Murcia, and published in the International Journal...

Your 'first time' has long-term effects on your sex life, study shows

2/5/2013 - Losing your virginity is commonly thought to be an experience of great significance, and now this idea has gained new support from a study published in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy. Researchers from the University of Tennessee and University of Mississippi found that your first sexual experience...

Magic mushrooms may aid cancer patients, study shows

2/4/2013 - A growing body of research indicates that the active chemical in "magic mushrooms" may help significantly ease the psychological and spiritual distress commonly experienced by cancer patients, according to a book excerpt published in Psychological Aspects of Cancer: A Guide to Emotional and Psychological...

Virtual 'superhero' simulator makes people more altruistic in the real world, study shows

2/4/2013 - If you allow people to experience the power of being a superhero inside a virtual simulator, they will tend to become more altruistic in the real world. That's the conclusion of a fascinating new study conducted at Stanford. This was a randomized study with a control group, and it allowed people...

Lack self-control? You can build it like a muscle, study says

2/1/2013 - Good news for all those people who feel like they suffer from a lack of willpower and self-control: according to a study conducted by researchers at The Miriam Hospital's Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center and published in the journal Obesity Research and Clinical Practice, it is possible to...

Medical marijuana reduces chronic pharmaceutical use, study finds

1/30/2013 - Medical marijuana may help reduce the use of pharmaceutical drugs among the elderly, providing a safer alternative to drugs that often carry serious side effects, according to a study conducted by researchers from Tel Aviv University. The researchers also found that elderly participants who took medical...

Scientists, health authorities blatantly lied to public in wake of study showing GMO corn causes organ damage and cancer

1/29/2013 - It has been more than four months now since the most comprehensive study evaluating the health risks associated with a lifetime of consuming genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) was published in a credible, peer-reviewed scientific journal. And to this day, the mainstream scientific community is still...

BPA-free products still toxic, study finds

1/28/2013 - Products labeled "BPA free" may be just as toxic as those made with the increasingly shunned original chemical, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Texas and published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. BPA (bisphenol A) is an industrial chemical that...

Migraines carry serious social stigma, study finds

1/28/2013 - Patients with chronic migraines suffer from as much social stigma as people with epilepsy, according to a study conducted by researchers from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Rutgers University and published in the journal PLOS ONE. Social stigma refers to people experiencing social disapproval...

Herbal treatments effective at relieving menopause symptoms, study finds

1/27/2013 - Physicians should recommend herbal medicines and complementary therapies to women seeking relief from the symptoms of menopause, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brown University and published in The Obstetrician and Gynecologist (TOG). The research review compared the advantages...

Study accidentally exposes chemotherapy as fraud - tumors grow faster after chemo!

1/24/2013 - A team of researchers from Washington state had a giant "Oops!" moment recently when it accidentally uncovered the deadly truth about chemotherapy while investigating why prostate cancer cells are so difficult to eradicate using conventional treatment methods. As it turns out, chemotherapy does not...

Study finds that eating fruits and vegetables improves optimism

1/23/2013 - Everyone knows that the regular consumption of organic fruits and vegetables leads to superior health, but a new study conducted by scientists at the Harvard School of Public Health has discovered yet another reason to favor a diet of natural foods - individuals who consume antioxidant-rich fruits and...

Scientific explanation behind the brainwashing power of social conformity

1/17/2013 - Human beings are social creatures, but revealing new evidence shows that this quality is not always beneficial. A study published last year in the journal Science found that when a person is pressured by peers, they have a tendency to form false memories and can convince themselves of different recollections...

Regular consumption of soda linked to depression, study finds

1/10/2013 6:38:36 PM - There are many reasons to avoid soda and other soft drinks: High refined sugar levels, extreme acidity, unnatural and often toxic ingredients, and much more. According to a new study by U.S. researchers for the National Institute of Health, however, we can add another reason to the list - the regular...

Groundbreaking new cancer study on graviola shows promise as a possible treatment

1/10/2013 - A new study on the herb graviola published in the October 2012 issue of Cancer Letter has cancer researchers buzzing. Graviola, the tropical fruit with the unusual nickname "sour sop," stops cancer tumor cells from growing in pancreatic cancer. Scientists prove the cancer-healing abilities of graviola...

Yet another study finds gulf spill 'cleanup' chemicals useless

1/5/2013 - Just days after the publication of a study finding that chemical dispersants meant to clean up the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico actually made the oil more toxic, a study in Environmental Science & Technology reveals that the dispersants failed even at their primary goal: preventing...

Add some bling to your self-esteem? Study reveals delusion of social status drives sales of expensive products

12/28/2012 - Imagine: In order for people to feel good about themselves, they believe they need to purchase a product that you happen to sell. Would you take their money? There they are, lined up by the millions, furtively eyeballing your showcase of shiny objects that will allow them to hold their heads up...

Better romantic partners make better parents, study finds

12/27/2012 - The same set of interpersonal skills that make a person a good romantic partner also make them a good parent, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Bristol and published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, a journal of the Society for Personality and Social...

Study shows how to throw away negative thoughts

12/22/2012 - In the midst of all the insecurities humanity is facing these days the question begs to be asked: 'How do we avoid thinking of all this negativity?' It would seem that it is almost impossible to avoid negative thinking; however, according to a recent study, there is a simple way. The study carried out...

Study debunks the myth of age-related decline

12/20/2012 - In many people, cognitive skills and quality of life improve steadily even to the end of life, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-San Diego, Stanford University, and published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. According to popular U.S. perception,...

Individual organs capable of independent immune response, study suggests

12/19/2012 - Individual organs may possess innate, individual immune systems separate from the body's larger immune system, suggests a study conducted by researchers from The Rockefeller University, Harvard Medical School and the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute. To date, models of the immune system...

Mobile app helps people lose weight and keep it off, study finds

12/14/2012 - A mobile app designed by health researchers was successful in helping people lose significantly more weight than they were able to lose without it, according to a study conducted by researchers from Northwestern Medicine and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Just as importantly, users...

European sellouts reject study linking GM corn to cancer; ignore cold, hard facts to protect biotech industry

12/10/2012 - The next time somebody tries to tell you that "science" is the reason why genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) are approved for use in many countries around the world, you can point them to the latest unscientific decision made by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which has openly rejected...

The Calcium Wars: Magnesium deficiency causes heart disease

12/9/2012 - Many people think that calcium is the only nutrient necessary for strong bones. This is a dangerous myth that needs to be addressed.(1) In fact, it takes 18 different nutrients to make durable bones. However, the most important bone mineral is magnesium because it activates alkaline phosphatase,...

Study finds link between veggies and emotions

12/8/2012 - A truly inspirational study carried out by a small team of researchers found that there is more to consuming vegetables than meets the eye: Is there anything else that veggies can change about a person other than their nutrient intake? The answer, now according to science, is yes. Veggies influence...

Any decrease in air pollution leads to longer lives, study finds

12/8/2012 - Even a small decrease in air pollution can lead to significant increases in life expectancy, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard University and published in the journal Epidemiology. "Despite the fact that the U.S. population as a whole is exposed to much lower levels of air...

Cigarette taxes cause individuals to smoke less, study finds

12/6/2012 - When cigarette taxes go up, heavy smokers cut back on their cigarette consumption more than light smokers do, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine and published the journal Tobacco Control. The findings were surprising, as they defied the...

Organic Consumers Association calls out Dr. Oz for 'flip-flopping' with high-profile attacks on organics

12/6/2012 - A few days ago, I sounded the alarm on Dr. Oz and his attack on organic consumers. In my article published here on Natural News, I called Dr. Oz a "sellout" for his labeling of organic consumers as "elitist" and "snobs" while lying by omission in his TIME Magazine article that failed to disclose the...

Study finds U.S. leads way in high fructose corn syrup consumption and diabetes rates

12/2/2012 - The United States leads the way in high fructose corn syrup intake with a staggering 55 lbs/person/year average. Although it is common knowledge that a high sugar diet is the leading risk factor in developing type II diabetes, it is now becoming more clear that HFCS is the primary culprit. A brief...

Deepwater Horizon oil spill 'cleanup' made toxicity worse, study finds

12/1/2012 - The cleanup technique used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico actually made the spilled oil more than 50 times more toxic than doing nothing, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology...

Just ONE soft drink a day increases prostate cancer risk

12/1/2012 - The ill-effects of sugary soft drinks has been well documented but new research continues to show just how bad such beverages can be for you, especially over the long term. Now, according to a just-released Swedish study, drinking even one normal-sized soda per day can boost a man's chances of developing...

Study finds in Lou Gehrig's disease that hope is associated with willingness to follow nutrient-dense diet

11/30/2012 - A new research study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology sheds light on the relationships between hate, resentment and hope in persons afflicted with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, or "Lou Gehrig's disease"). The relationship of these factors to willingness to extend longevity through...

Study shows heavy drinking could kill you more quickly than smoking

11/24/2012 - Without question, cigarette smoking is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. and the world, but lo and behold, a new study has found that heavy drinkers are at more risk of death than those who smoke. The German study, which followed 149 alcohol-dependent adults for 14 years, produced some...

Eat your cruciferous veggies

11/18/2012 8:59:10 PM - Before getting into why you should do this, let's lay out the playing field. The team is made up of bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, kohlrabi, radishes, rutabaga, turnips, and watercress. First and foremost, cruciferous veggies contain lots of cancer-crushing...

Small study says probiotics may lower cholesterol

11/18/2012 - Pick your favorite flavor (strawberry, creamsicle, key lime pie?) and grab a container: in addition to being delicious, your morning yogurt might be heart-healthy. The American Heart Association has presented findings that doses of probiotics taken twice daily can lower cholesterol. Probiotics are...

Aspartame is linked to leukemia and lymphoma in new landmark study on humans

10/31/2012 - As few as one diet soda daily may increase the risk for leukemia in men and women, and for multiple myeloma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma in men, according to new results from the longest-ever running study on aspartame as a carcinogen in humans. Importantly, this is the most comprehensive, long-term study...

Eating a high-carb diet increases your chances of Alzheimer's, study finds

10/30/2012 - There are a number of reasons why a high-carb diet is not wise, but new research has added yet another reason why you cut down on the pasta: You are more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease. A new study that was recently released found that older adults who load up on carbs have close to four times...

New study finds boys joining girls in early development

10/30/2012 - Studies have been done in recent years focusing on the development of girls, and the results have shown that girls are developing at a younger age these days than they used to. However, new data shows that boys are demonstrating this same pattern of growth. The study took place between 2005 and 2010,...

Study: Multivitamins drastically reduce cancer risk in men

10/23/2012 - It's not that the hundreds of billions of dollars spent over the years on cancer research has been a complete waste, but sometimes the simplest answer is the best one. In this case, researchers seem to have confirmed what science has known for quite some time: that a well-balanced diet is the "secret"...

Study shows antidepressants increase rare stroke risk

10/23/2012 - If you take selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) to treat depression symptoms, you could be significantly upping your risk of suffering a rare form of stroke. These are the findings of a new study recently published in the journal Neurology, which found that people who take antidepressant...

New York Times columnist says 'Stanford Study' bashing organics is totally flawed

10/22/2012 - The conclusions arrived at in the infamous "Stanford study," which the mainstream media has been hyping up as "proof" that pesticide-ridden, conventional produce and meat products are basically the same as their organic alternatives, are flawed, says New York Times columnist Mark Bittman. In one of...

Cherries help prevent gout, study shows

10/19/2012 - For those who suffer from gout - a form of arthritis that is marked by sudden, attacks of painful joint inflammation - there may be a sweet note of relief on your horizon: New research suggests that eating cherries can lower risk of an attack. Yuqing Zhang, a professor at the Boston University School...

Sitting for long periods increases your risk of death, study finds

10/19/2012 - A new study has found that those who tend to sit for long periods of time - think office workers, clerks and other administrative personnel - are at great risk of diabetes, heart disease and death. The meta study, led by Britain's University of Leicester, in association with colleagues at Loughborough...

Americans eat more than their body weight in GMOs every year, study shows

10/18/2012 - The consumer advocacy organization Environmental Working Group (EWG) has put out a new paper that estimates the average person's yearly consumption of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). And based on the figures, which EWG admits are very likely understated, the average person consumes more than...

New study finds snoring during pregnancy ups risk for high blood pressure

10/13/2012 - Every year, thousands of women and their babies get sick and some die from a dangerous condition called preeclampsia, a life-threatening disorder during pregnancy and the postpartum period. "Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are a leading global cause of maternal and infant deaths and cost billions...

Even background television exposure will 'zombify' your children, study finds

10/8/2012 - The first ever national study to investigate the effects of background television exposure, or being in the same room as a blaring television without necessarily watching it, has found that young children are affected quite dramatically by this inadvertent media vulnerability. According to researchers...

Sesame and rice bran oil can treat high blood pressure and cholesterol, study shows

10/6/2012 - A new study has found that a special blend of sesame and rice bran oils have the potential to lower high blood pressure and cholesterol naturally, providing healthcare professionals and patients alike with a natural, non-medicinal option for treating conditions that could become life-threatening. Recent...

Lack of quality care provided by doctors and nurses may worsen prognosis of patients with serious complications, study shows

10/6/2012 - A recent study headed by Dr. Jeroen Ludikhuize at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam determined that a majority of inner hospital crisis situations could have been avoided with closer attention to obvious patient deterioration. Crisis situations studied were unplanned ICU (intensive care unit)...

Acupuncture successfully treats migraines and chronic pain, according to most rigorous study of the treatment to date

10/5/2012 - Once thought by many to be of questionable value, the most complete, detailed and rigorous study of acupuncture to date has found that the procedure can relieve chronic pain, as well as the pain of migraines and arthritis, according to a report by The New York Times. The latest findings underscore...

Europe-wide ban on Monsanto GM corn imminent in wake of French study linking it to cancer

10/4/2012 - Pending affirmation by its national health agency, France is expected to call for an official ban on Monsanto's genetically-modified (GM) corn very soon "at a European level," according to the French news source RFI. Following the recent release of a University of Caen study that found a link between...

Breakthrough research: Fish oil supplements have anti-aging effects

10/3/2012 - Despite downright silly and inaccurate headlines just a few weeks ago proclaiming that fish oil supplements rich in omega-3 fatty acids are a waste of money, now comes research that reveals the opposite. Taking enough of these supplements appears to have enormous health benefits -- including dramatic...

Shocking results of Monsanto, Roundup cancer study spur global calls for 'immediate action' against GM crops

10/2/2012 - The recent release of the first ever study to independently and honestly evaluate the long-term effects of eating Monsanto's genetically-modified (GM) corn has sparked massive outcry around the world against the continued use of this genetic poison in the food supply. Authorities in France, Austria,...

Mainstream media called out for complete blackout on GMO health risks

9/30/2012 - The recent release of the first ever long-term study to examine the consequences of prolonged consumption of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) has set the world ablaze, with individual citizens and even government officials now calling for an immediate embargo on all things GMO. But strangely silent...

Yet another study shows cranberry juice beats bladder infections - this time in children

9/29/2012 - Bladder Cranberry juice has been considered the go-to solution for any kind of bladder or urinary tract infection (UTI). Some consider this a wife's tale, others claim benefits. A major reason for testing cranberry juice against UTIs is that bladder infections have a tendency to reoccur. The antibiotics...

Acupuncture helps relieve headache and back pain, study shows

9/26/2012 - Acupuncture outperformed both placebo and conventional pain therapies - including pharmaceutical drugs - in a new study conducted by researchers from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York from numerous universities in Germany and England. The study was published in the Archives of Internal...

Harvard now ridiculously insists that fluoride only lowers IQ levels outside the United States

9/25/2012 - Intense industry pressure to continue mass medicating Americans with fluoride chemicals via public water supplies has apparently influenced Harvard University researchers to backtrack on a recent study they conducted that verified fluoride chemicals lower IQ levels in children. We are now being told...

BPA causes obesity in children, new study shows

9/25/2012 - Are the chemicals commonly found in thermal receipt paper, aluminum cans, and plastic containers causing your children to become overweight or obese? New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) seems to suggest this may be the case, having found that children with...

Receivers of flu vaccine more likely to catch H1N1 virus, new study finds

9/24/2012 - New information has emerged concerning the Great Swine Flu Hoax of 2009 and the mass vaccination hysteria that accompanied it. As it turns out, the seasonal influenza vaccine that was pushed on everyone as an added preventive measure against H1N1 appears to have been responsible for actually inducing...

Sign the petition to retract the junk science attack on organics

9/23/2012 - The recent attack on organic food by researchers from Stanford University has sent shock waves of confusion throughout society, which is why NaturalNews.com has decided to partner with NaturalSociety.com to officially set the record straight. The two groups have established a new petition at Change.org...

Shock findings in new GMO study: Rats fed lifetime of GM corn grow horrifying tumors, 70% of females die early

9/19/2012 - Eating genetically modified corn (GM corn) and consuming trace levels of Monsanto's Roundup chemical fertilizer caused rats to develop horrifying tumors, widespread organ damage, and premature death. That's the conclusion of a shocking new study that looked at the long-term effects of consuming Monsanto's...

What the study forgot to mention: Organic food can save the world from devastating climate change

9/18/2012 - In the wake of the release of the infamous "Stanford study," which claims there is no substantial difference between organic food and conventional food, many with a deeper understanding of how organic food production works are speaking out against this ill-conceived attack on clean food. One such individual,...

Big Pharma pushes doctors to overprescribe drugs, study finds

9/16/2012 - Know anyone taking prescription drugs? The odds are enormous you do. And it's likely they are taking drugs they don't need because their doctors are too quick to fall under the influence of Big Pharma's aggressive drug sales reps. Consider these statistics: almost half of all Americans are currently...

Agricultural giant Cargill and others behind anti-organic 'Stanford Study'

9/15/2012 - The corporate media machine has once again done the people of the world a great disservice by shirking its responsibility to conduct a proper investigation and inquiry into the issue of organics following the recent release of the infamous Stanford University anti-organic study. It turns out that the...

What the anti-fish oil study REALLY says (they 'they' don't want you to know)

9/15/2012 - A study just published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has resulted in a flurry of articles proclaiming the uselessness of omega-3 fatty acids in the prevention of heart disease. A USA Today headline declared: Fish oil supplements don't prevent heart attacks, study says. ABC...

Chemical exposure from common household products linked to heart disease, study finds

9/14/2012 - They cannot be seen with the naked eye, and most people do not even know they exist. But perfluorinated chemicals are hiding in all sorts of common consumer products, from the pans you cook with and the clothes you wear, to the paper products you write on and the foods you eat. And a new study published...

The real reason the Stanford organic food study was a fraud

9/13/2012 - No matched groups. That's the short answer. It's a basic principle in scientific studies. Whether it's vegetables or humans, you create two matched groups that are as close to each other as possible in all relevant ways, and then you expose them to different protocols and record what happens. For...

Study finds that salad eaters more than meet nutritional requirements

9/10/2012 - The standard dismissal by addicts of the western style diet is that salads are made up of rabbit food, and just as bird food is inadequate for the sustenance of a lion, salads are unsuitable for meeting the nutrient needs of humans. But salad is decorative, for the color, right?A study conducted...

Busted! Co-author of Stanford study that bashed organics found to have deep ties to Big Tobacco's anti-science propaganda

9/7/2012 - (This article is jointly authored by Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com and Anthony Gucciardi of NaturalSociety.com) Over the last several days, the mainstream media has fallen for an elaborate scientific hoax that sought to destroy the credibility of organic foods by claiming they are "no healthier" than...

Flawed organic foods study really just a media psyop to confuse the public about organics while pushing GMOs

9/4/2012 - If you read the mainstream news headlines today, you might be shocked to see headlines that say things like, "Organic foods no healthier than conventional foods" or "Organic foods may not be healthier for you." You'll see these headlines all across the usual disinfo outlets: NPR, Associated Press, Reuters,...

Study that sought to disparage health of eggs was authored by scientists with financial ties to Big Pharma

9/4/2012 - Do you remember recent reports about a supposedly unbiased scientific study that concluded that eggs, in actuality, are not good for you? If your so-called "BS meter" suddenly pegged, you had good reason to be skeptical. Turns out the scientists who conducted the study have ties to Big Pharma. First,...

Young children more likely to be obese if given antibiotics as babies, study shows

8/29/2012 - Antibiotics took another hit recently as researchers in Great Britain concluded following a massive study that young children tend to be fatter if they were given antibiotics as babies. Researchers examined a total of 11,532 infants born in Avon, U.K, from 1991-1992 who were exposed to antibiotics...

Vitamin D supplementation can cut risk of respiratory infections in children by half

8/24/2012 - If you or someone you know has children who routinely get respiratory infections, particularly during the winter months when natural exposure to the sun's rays is limited, you might want to seriously consider having them supplement daily with vitamin D3. A randomized, controlled study published in the...

Walnuts improve the health of sperm, research suggests

8/23/2012 - Eating a couple of handfuls of walnuts a day can improve the health of sperm, according to new research just published in the medical journal Biology of Reproduction. According to the study, sperm shape, movement and overall vitality improved in men who added walnuts to their diets over the course...

The most damning vaccination study not publically disclosed to date

8/15/2012 - There have been reports from epidemiological studies confirming suspicions that those who are vaccinated often don't do as well with long-term health as those who are vaccination free. Those epidemiological studies (statistical surveys) have shown that bad health is more common among the vaccinated...

Greenland ice more resistant to climate change than feared, study shows

8/10/2012 - The ice in Greenland appears to be less vulnerable than earlier believed to uncontrolled melting that some scientists and climatologists said would drive up sea levels and lead to a host of environmental issues, according to a new study that found a spike in loss of ice had declined. Kurt Kjaer of...

Children who eat healthy diets have a higher IQ, study finds

8/9/2012 - Children who are breastfed and eat healthy foods during childhood experience better physical development than children who eat poor diets. It has also been speculated that the consumption of quality foods leads to a higher IQ, but few long-term studies have been done until now. Researchers at the University...

New study establishes a link between magnetic field exposures and obesity

8/8/2012 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports, "More than one-third of U.S. adults (35.7 percent) are obese." The CDC's numbers on children and adolescents are just as alarming. "Approximately 17 percent (or 12.5 million) of children and adolescents aged 2-19 years are obese. In addition...

Study - When pregnant moms eat more nuts, their kids have fewer allergies

7/30/2012 - Could eating more peanuts and tree nuts during pregnancy actually reduce a child's risk of developing nut and other allergies? A new study out of Denmark suggests so, having found that expectant mothers who continue to eat nuts during their pregnancies produce children with fewer overall allergies compared...

Do you have a chemical intolerance? Study finds condition to be a common occurrence

7/23/2012 - Do you have a chemical intolerance or know someone who does? You may be surprised to know that such intolerances are more common than you thought. In fact, a new study shows, a good amount of low-income patients in primary care could be sensitive to chemicals in perfumes, household cleaners and many...

Alcohol - not marijuana - is the gateway drug, study shows

7/21/2012 - For years Americans have been told that marijuana should remain illegal because it is the ultimate "gateway" drug - that is, the drug that most often leads to the abuse of other, more potent drugs. Not so, according to a new study which says alcohol - not marijuana - is the true gateway drug. Of...

Lie-telling myth busted - Eye movements have no correlation to telling lies

7/21/2012 - Have you ever heard someone say they thought someone else was lying because they could "see it in their eyes?" As it turns out, that's completely bunk, according to a new study in which researchers say there is no correlation between fibbing and eye movement. For years experts have said they could...

Momma's AIDS cure? Breast milk found to kill HIV

7/4/2012 - Is it possible that breast milk contains the magic potion which kills the virus that causes AIDS? According to new research, that's a distinct possibility. A recent study published in PLoS Pathogens, which was conducted by researchers from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, found...

Wanna get fat fast? Stay vitamin D deficient!

7/3/2012 - You have no doubt heard that excess fat, corn syrup, sugary drinks and high-fructose, high-starch diets will boost your beltline and add pounds to your physique. Well, according to a recent study, if you're a woman there's another way to tilt your scales: Just remain vitamin D deficient. Kaiser Permanente,...

Study reveals green tea drinkers show less disability with age

7/3/2012 - Probably no other beverage has been studied as much recently as green tea. It seems there is an inexhaustible list of benefits. Most recently, a study has determined that senior citizens who drink green tea have better control of their bodies to remain functional as they age. The latest study conducted...

Eight weeks of mindfulness meditation can rewire the brain and control depression symptoms

6/27/2012 - Is it possible to sort of "rewire" your brain so you can better control imposing symptoms of depression and angst? The short answer, according to recent new research, is yes, and it all it takes in large part is some "mindfulness meditation." According to a study which appeared more than a year-and-a-half...

Vaccinated children have up to 500% more disease than unvaccinated children

6/19/2012 - Suspicions have been confirmed for those wary of vaccinating their children. A recent large study corroborates other independent study surveys comparing unvaccinated children to vaccinated children. They all show that vaccinated children have two to five times more childhood diseases, illnesses,...

Blacks more likely to die from cancer because of vitamin D deficiency, study finally admits

6/15/2012 - It is already a known fact that individuals with darker skin pigmentation, including people of Middle Eastern and African descents, have a much more difficult time absorbing vitamin D-producing ultraviolet B (UVB) rays from the sun than do individuals with lighter skin pigmentation. And a new study...

Ridiculous Lancet study sets stage for pushing 'pre-diabetes' drugs on entire world

6/13/2012 - A new study published in the journal Lancet, the same journal that in 2010 corruptly pulled Dr. Andrew Wakefield's 1998 study linking the combination measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine to bowel disease and autism (http://www.naturalnews.com), suggests that drugging those with "pre-diabetes" may...

Latest attack on calcium fails to link mineral to heart attacks

6/9/2012 - A new scare study intended to deter people from taking calcium supplements only further reinforces the fact that calcium is actually safe, at least when taken with cofactor nutrients that aid in its proper absorption. The poorly-designed study, which was published in the journal Heart, claims that taking...

Sun exposure lowers cancer risk

5/13/2012 - A study that correlated exposure to sunlight with cancer risk found that people exposed to more sunlight had a significantly lower risk of many types of cancer (Lin, 2012). This study followed more than 450,000 white, non-Hispanic subjects aged 50-71 years from diverse geographic areas in the US. Researchers...

Breast-feeding could contribute to baby gut-health, new study finds

5/3/2012 - In yet another scientific reason for mothers to strongly consider breast-feeding their newborns, a new study in the journal Genome Biology finds that babies who are fed breast-milk had a wider range of gut bacteria than formula-fed babies. A link was also found between the diversity of bacteria in the...

Study indicates that what an individual eats, not the amount, acutely predicts disease mortality

5/2/2012 - "The one that takes medicine and neglects diet, wastes the time of their doctor" - Ancient Chinese Proverb. In 1974, Zhou Enlai (DZO En-Lay) was the first Premier of the People's Republic of China, under Chairman Mao. When he was diagnosed with bladder cancer that year, Zhou's personal experience played...

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