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After UN Peacekeepers rape local women and children, United Nations offers DNA testing but no justice, no peace

7/11/2015 - Liberal foreign policy wonks have always held up the United Nations as a model for global diplomacy and management, even touting the institution as a viable instrument of what world government can and should look like. Only, the UN is anything but a panacea for global governance. And, while the case...

Public glyphosate testing strengthens calls for ban on cancer-causing Roundup

5/19/2015 - Monsanto's Roundup, which contains the cancer-causing ingredient glyphosate, has long been under scrutiny among health-conscious individuals. Even the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which is a part of the World Health Organization, recently made headlines for its declaration that...

GATTACA rising: Corporations begin genetic testing of employees

5/13/2015 - In the 1997 science fiction film GATTACA, society is dominated by a system of eugenics, where potential children are conceived through genetic manipulation. The main character, Vincent Freeman, is conceived outside the eugenics system and fights to overcome genetic discrimination in a society that engineers...

Facebook beta testing online publisher "kill switch" - will sites be blocked if they don't promote official propaganda?

5/1/2015 - Over the last several days, Facebook has been beta testing a "kill switch" that caused articles from online publishers to be blocked from social sharing. Complaints poured in to Natural News and other independent publishers such as Western Journalism, which wrote an article entitled Multiple Reports:...

Tropical Traditions begins voluntarily testing their foods for traces of Roundup

3/12/2015 - One of the top healthy food companies in the U.S. has made a bold, customer-conscious decision to scrap all products from its line that contain any traces whatsoever of toxic glyphosate herbicide (Roundup) as part of a new, better-than-organic standards and certification program that sets the bar even...

Evidence emerges that measles outbreaks are deliberately encouraged by Big Pharma to ignite vaccine hysteria

2/5/2015 - While the mainstream media is busy making a mockery of itself with runaway hysteria "witch hunt" hate speech against parents who choose not to poison their children with toxic vaccines, the real story on the measles outbreak remains entirely unreported in any mainstream media outlet. What story is...

GlaxoSmithKline begins testing experimental Ebola vaccines on West Africans

10/31/2014 - Now that the general public has been conditioned to accept that Ebola can only be stopped through immediate intervention with magic drugs and vaccines from the West, British vaccine giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is readying to begin tests on an experimental Ebola vaccine, which reports indicate will be...

Could Ebola testing provide false negative results?

10/16/2014 - A major tenet of the mainstream Ebola narrative is that the chances of a false negative -- that is, the likelihood that an Ebola victim erroneously tests negative for the virus -- are extremely slim. But there are several major statistical flaws in this assumption which suggest that false negatives...

Official: Fleas in Arizona testing positive for plague

10/13/2014 - Something has been killing off prairie dogs living in and around Doney Park in Flagstaff, Arizona, and health officials have now confirmed it to be the plague. According to reports, fleas collected from burrows around Doney are testing positive for the disease, which ravaged Europe for some 150 years...

Artificial humans could make animal testing nearly obsolete

9/9/2014 - Tissue engineering and organ growing operations are leaving the realm of science fiction and entering human reality. The future of life-saving organ transplants hinges on organ farming technology which uses a patient's preexisting tissue as "seed" to develop fully functioning organs. Remarkably,...

Big Berkey, ProPur and gravity water filters: A lab testing update from the Health Ranger

9/7/2014 - Because so many Natural News readers have asked about the status of our water filter laboratory testing, I'm posting this update. I've completed ICP-MS testing of the heavy metals removal capabilities of several popular gravity water filters including Big Berkey, ProPur, Doulton, Zen Water Systems...

What would you like the Health Ranger to test next in our ICP-MS mass spectrometry laboratory?

8/24/2014 - As you probably already know, I've used the ICP-MS instrumentation in the Natural News Forensic Food Lab to discover and publish extraordinary findings about heavy metals. We were the first to publish findings about the heavy metal tungsten in rice protein; we documented lead and cadmium in some cacao...

W. Va. Gov. refuses further water testing, despite one in five residents reporting health issues following Jan. chemical leak

7/12/2014 - Despite the fact that only 36 percent of Kanawha County residents are drinking tap water after at least 5,000 gallons of crude MCHM leaked into West Virginia's water supply last January, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin refuses to approve additional testing of home tap water. Even though state experts highly...

What 'alternative animal testing' really means

6/22/2014 - In recent decades, researchers have begun investigating alternative methods of scientific testing. This month, Democrat Congressman Jim Moran of Virginia proposed a bill that would ban the use of animals in cosmetic testing facilities. This bill has been sponsored by at least 50 other congressmen. The...

Testing your amino acid levels

5/20/2014 - Amino acids are foundational molecules that play a very key role in human and animal physiology. When one is deficient in a certain amino acid due to dietary restriction or metabolic problems, it can lead to very serious health issues. Getting the proper amino acid testing can reveal the underlying...

FOODSNIFFER smartphone app will allow food safety testing by consumers everywhere

5/11/2014 - European researchers are working on developing a smartphone-embedded sensor that would allow consumers to scan food for the presence of contaminants -- from pesticides and allergens to foodborne infectious agents. The sensor is being developed under the name FOODSNIFFER (FOOD Safety at the point-of-Need...

Functional testing for type II diabetes

3/25/2014 1:13:16 PM - According to the American Diabetes Association 23.6 million Americans (7.8 percent of the population) have diabetes and another 57 million people (18.8 percent) have insulin-resistant pre-diabetes. The vast majority of diabetes is the type II variety known as degenerative diabetes. The fasting blood...

Genetic testing wildly inaccurate; different labs reach opposite conclusions on disease risk

1/21/2014 - If you or someone you know is considering taking a genetic test to assess future disease risk, you may be interested to know that the accuracy of such tests is hardly reliable. Writing for The New York Times (NYT), Columbia University graduate student Kira Peikoff explains how, after undergoing genetic...

Breaking: False HIV diagnosis extremely common in military prosecution cases

12/3/2013 - It's a sad day in America, the most diverse experiment in democracy ever attempted, when individuals are persecuted, and their lives ruined, for politically motivated reasons. The HIV virus carries a special stigma that can often lead to stereotyping and demonization. As if that weren't bad enough,...

Workplace drug tests victimizing innocent people who can't urinate on demand

10/27/2013 - Having to urinate in small containers to provide urine specimens for any reason is not something most of us look forward to. But when it comes to random drug testing for the sake of ensuring an employer has a drug free environment, it can be a harrowing experience, especially if a faulty drug test causes...

Animal drug testing can be a thing of the past; scientists now 3D-printing embryonic stem cells

8/20/2013 - With the world-changing technology of 3D printing, scientists at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, have focused their efforts on potentially life saving strategies, having recently had success 3D printing embryonic stem cells. This breakthrough could end the need for animal drug testing for organ...

Routine ultrasound testing not proven safe for pregnant women

1/27/2013 - It is common for a pregnant woman to undergo several routine ultrasounds during her 40-week pregnancy. What many don't know, and despite what popular medical and government websites state, ultrasound scans have never been proven safe for pregnant women or babies and aren't recommended for routine use...

San Diego-based urine drug testing company accused of fraud, mafia-style tactics of intimidation

11/24/2012 - In just 20 years' time, the number of prescriptions written for pharmaceutical drugs in the U.S. has skyrocketed more than six-fold, which has consequently driven up demand for urine drug testing services by doctors trying to monitor their patients' drug intake habits. But with this boom in the urine...

How to test for Celiac Disease and why it's almost always done incorrectly

8/31/2012 - Celiac Disease and gluten seem like new topics even though they are decades old. The problem is that testing for Celiac IS still decades old and that is hurting millions of people. Most doctors are still using blood tests and biopsies, both of which are outdated and inaccurate. First, let's clear...

Procter & Gamble steeped in cruel animal testing of its consumer products, charge activist websites

3/27/2012 - Procter & Gamble (P&G), the corporate conglomerate which recently bought out organic supplement and vitamin company New Chapter (http://www.naturalnews.com), has a long and extensive history of engaging in cruel animal testing on its portfolio of products. And according to at least two animal activist...

New Chapter's new owner (P&G) steeped in animal testing and led by directors with ties to weapons contractors, Big Pharma, Monsanto, Chevron and more

3/23/2012 - NaturalNews has never really taken much of an interest in Procter & Gamble -- until now. Having acquired New Chapter, a once-promising supplier of high-end herbal supplements such as Zyflamend, P&G now demands some honest scrutiny. Who are these people that New Chapter has decided to cozy up to? What...

Top cosmetic companies give in to greed and resume cruel animal testing, blame China

2/27/2012 - After 20 years of being cruelty-free, companies like Mary Kay, Avon and Estee Lauder are once again testing on animals. Their excuse is that the Chinese government requires animal testing on products sold in China. Doubtful that is comforting to the animals who are tortured with burning chemicals in...

Monsanto: 'There is no need for, or value in testing the safety of GM foods in humans'

1/13/2012 6:24:25 PM - There is a growing body of scientific evidence which proves that genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) are inherently different from natural organisms, including the way the body processes them, as well as how the immune system responds to them. But Monsanto, the largest purveyor of GMOs in the world,...

Fiendish pharmaceutical animal testing does not help humanity

12/3/2011 - Many consider animal testing necessary to produce the modern medical miracles that humans depend on. This is animal cruelty. All drugs on the market have gone through animal testing to be considered safe. Yet many still have adverse effects on humans, and some are pulled off the market because so many...

Galvanic testing prevents dental disasters (like this one)

11/5/2011 - July 2, 2009 - our wedding day in beautiful Marin County, the San Francisco bay area. Hope and I are to be married in a few hours in a stunning redwood forest and then enjoy a drive along the coast to begin our honeymoon. In the present moment, we sit in a dental office for an emergency appointment....

TSA backscatter radiation safety tests were rigged

5/17/2011 - It can now be revealed by NaturalNews that the TSA faked its safety data on its X-ray airport scanners in order to deceive the public about the safety of such devices. As evidenced by recent events in Washington, we now live in an age where the federal government simply fakes whatever documents,...

Cancer testing outstrips allopathic treatments

5/12/2011 - Cancer diagnostic testing has finally outstripped allopathic cancer therapy. And the testing itself is not dangerous like the full body scans that use ionizing radiation. Doctors now have blood tests that can find a single cancer cell in the body but their toxic treatments were never meant to target...

Heavy metal testing - Learn the difference between Live Blood Cell and Hair Mineral analysis

5/2/2011 - Some heavy metals, in trace amounts, are beneficial to the body; these include iron, zinc, copper and manganese. Other heavy metals can be poisonous or toxic to the human body; these include arsenic, lead, mercury, cadmium, iron, and others. These metals manifest themselves within the soft tissues of...

Monsanto wants to start testing GM wheat

4/24/2011 - Biotechnology giant Monsanto has announced plans to start testing genetically modified (GM) wheat, in spite of prior failures to gain acceptance for the technology. GM food crops already on the market include corn, soy and sugar beets. Monsanto attempted to introduce GM wheat in the early part of...

Testing expert says labeling GMOs does not increase food costs

2/18/2011 - Prof. Chris Viljoen from the GMO Testing Laboratory at the University of the Free State in South Africa recently wrote a piece in BusinessDay countering false claims that mandatory labeling requirements for genetically-modified (GM) foods increase food costs. According to his analysis, mandatory GM...

High levels of lead and cadmium found in the drinking glasses of children

12/6/2010 - The Associated Press has recently authorized testing of various children's drinking glasses that portray superhero, movie and comic book characters. These glasses bear various brands of major corporations. The testing was carried out by ToyTestingLab of Rhode Island. This latest testing is part of ongoing...

Genetic testing company mixes up results, customers confused about their origins

10/5/2010 - Personal genetic testing company 23andMe has admitted that it mixed up the results of nearly 100 customers' tests, delivering incorrect information to them about ancestry and supposed disease risk. The company, which is funded by Google and Genentech, has customers send in a saliva swab and then...

Prostate Cancer Testing Doesn't Help, It Harms Men

8/6/2009 - If you are a man, you've probably had the fear of prostate cancer drilled into you -- along with the idea that it is critical to your health, and probably your life, to have regular prostate cancer screenings. But two just released large randomized trials indicate that if there is any benefit to screening,...

Hospital Laboratory Testing Fails to Detect Most Magnesium Deficiencies

8/5/2009 - Routine laboratory tests in a hospital or doctor's office often include a Serum Magnesium Level. But the vast majority of magnesium in the body is not IN the bloodstream but in the cells and the fluid surrounding the cells. Our blood has an amazing ability to keep a balanced magnesium level at all times,...

Stress Testing the MOTHERS Act

5/7/2009 - The Mothers Act is due to be voted on soon by the U.S. Senate. This is the Big Pharma-advocated law that would require the mandatory screening of all expectant mothers for depression -- with the intent of drugging them if symptoms are present. Investigative journalist Kelly Patricia O'Meara has authored...

Disaster Results From Artificial Blood Testing on Unsuspecting People

6/4/2008 - If you have been in an accident during the last ten years, you could have been a guinea pig for a medical product without even being told - and the FDA approved it. The products are artificial blood, several types produced by different pharmaceutical corporations. Perfectly good human blood could have...

Pesticide industry plotted Bush human testing policy; meeting with OMB staff laid out exemptions for experiments on children

7/26/2006 - WASHINGTON -- One month before the Bush administration proposed rules authorizing experiments on humans with pesticides and other chemicals, its key operatives met with pesticide industry lobbyists to map out its provisions, according to meeting notes posted May 30 by Public Employees for Environmental...

USDA announces reduction in testing for mad cow disease

7/20/2006 - The USDA is downsizing its mad cow surveillance program in response to the disease's reduced presence in America, according to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns. Johanns said the surveillance program should "reflect what we now know is a very, very low level of BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy)...

Google testing new cost-per-action Adsense system

6/23/2006 - NaturalNews has learned that search-engine giant Google will be testing an online ad system in which merchants will pay only when an ad click ends in a sales lead or purchase. Spokesperson for Google Brandon McCormick said the new cost-per-action structure would be an ad-auction system, separate from...

Long-term testing requirement for psychiatric drugs abandoned due to Big Pharma pressure on the FDA

12/4/2005 - The bipolar medication lithium is so toxic that it often causes major kidney damage, yet most patients must use it for lifetime maintenance of manic-depressive disorder. Similarly, schizophrenics often spend lifetimes on neuroleptics with long-term side effects such as tardive dyskinesias, or uncontrollable...

Mad cow madness: USDA lies and the coming collapse of the U.S. beef industry

9/14/2005 - Welcome to Mad Cow Madness! If you've ever wondered what's really going on with mad cow disease in the United States, here's the real story. Let's talk about this downer cow that was recently confirmed as having mad cow disease. It only took... let's see... seven months for the USDA to confirm that...

Mandatory AIDS testing proposal is public health lunacy

2/16/2005 - Based on a newly published report, some doctors are now actually calling for the nationwide, mandatory testing of all adults for AIDS. When I hear ridiculous public health ideas like this one, I have to stop and consider: what's the real motive behind this? It seems clear to me that the motive for this...

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