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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...

Do America's Kiwanis Clubs support forced sterilization of young black women in Africa?

7/11/2015 - Another manufactured crisis has sparked a major vaccination push in the Third World that some surmise has eugenics written all over it. In partnership with UNICEF, Kiwanis International, which has chapters all across America, is helping to fund the so-called "Eliminate Project" to end maternal and neonatal...

Abortion activists launch airborne 'abortion drone' to air-drop abortion pills to citizens

6/30/2015 - Activism appears to have a new ally: drone technology. Those who fought to make abortion legal in the West likely never envisioned a time when pro-abortion activists would use drones to air-drop abortifacients -- so-called "morning after" pills -- to pro-choice recipients across a common geographic...

Hospital child theft? 18 women suspect that babies they were told died are actually alive

6/28/2015 - A now-shuttered hospital facility in St. Louis, Missouri, that catered strictly to African-Americans during the days of segregation has made national news. More than a dozen women who gave birth there back in the 1950s have come forward with allegations that their children, who were pronounced dead...

Amazon.com bans Confederate flag sales as 'offensive' but happily sells slave bondage simulated rape contraptions depicting women being tortured and physically abused (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC)

6/24/2015 - There's nothing quite like the double standard of the cognitively intolerant. In a mad scramble toward mindless social conformity, Amazon.com and other retailers have practically stampeded over each other to announce bans on sales of the Confederate flag. It has to be one of the most stupid, idiotic...

Fertility guru reveals how her natural therapies helped more than 1,000 women become pregnant

5/11/2015 - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated one out of eight couples, or 12 percent, have trouble conceiving or carrying a pregnancy until the end. Dr Xiao-Ping Zhai, a doctor trained in both Western and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), has helped more than...

73% of pregnant women are deficient in essential omega-3s, but Big Pharma says they are only deficient in vaccines

4/10/2015 - Seventy-three percent of pregnant women are failing to meet the daily recommended intake of long-chain omega-3s, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary and published in the journal Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. This...

Extreme breastfeeding? Woman saves Rottweiler pup by breastfeeding it alongside her own infant

4/5/2015 - A show called "Extreme Breastfeeding" is airing on TLC soon, and as part of the show promotions, the network has released pictures of women who breastfeed living beings other than their children. A woman from Buenos Aires saved a Rottweiler puppy by breastfeeding it alongside her own infant child....

Breast cancer overdiagnosis remains widespread: Women routinely subjected to unneccesary chemo and radiation

3/30/2015 - Health experts are becoming increasingly concerned about the problem of breast cancer overdiagnosis: Women who, because of mammogram recommendations, are subjected to excruciating surgery, radiation or chemotherapy to treat cancers that never would have become dangerous, and which they never would have...

Xenoestrogens in make-up and consumer products put women at risk of breast cancer, miscarriage, diabetes and more

3/27/2015 - The healthy food movement has increasingly gained momentum over the last few years, attracting followers from all over the world who spend a lot of time focusing on which foods to buy and which ones to avoid. Unfortunately, avoiding pesticides and other harmful chemicals is a full-time job, and it's...

Big Pharma lobbies FDA to approve twice rejected women's libido pill

3/11/2015 - With its "female sexual dysfunction" drug twice rejected by the FDA as risky and ineffective, Sprout Pharmaceuticals has turned to political lobbying to secure the drug's approval. Following the blockbuster success of the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, drug makers began searching for an equivalent...

Taking birth control pills more than doubles brain tumor risk in five years

2/25/2015 - Women who take birth control pills will not be pleased with a recent discovery that suggests a link between taking the contraceptive and brain tumor development. Danish researchers have discovered that taking a birth control pill for over five years can more than double the risk of developing a rare...

Reduce women's heart disease by staying active just 2-3 times per week

2/18/2015 11:47:16 AM - We all know that being active can help increase our heart health and overall health, but how much is enough? It seems that simply staying active 2-3 times a week can help middle-aged women reduce their risk of stroke, heart disease, and even blood clots when compared to inactive women. As we age,...

Flu shot hoax admitted: "No controlled trials demonstrating a decrease in influenza"

1/27/2015 - The flu shot is a fraud. But it's a fraud that's so deeply embedded in the delusional pro-vaccine culture of the pharma-controlled medical industry that even well-meaning doctors and pharmacists (who are otherwise very intelligent) fail to realize flu shots don't work. In fact, flu shot vaccine inserts...

Vitamin B may protect fertility from pesticide contamination

1/20/2015 - The Monsanto Company is responsible for redefining farming, making mainstream agriculture dependent on chemicals -- toxins that sterilize the human population. As food is subjected to chemical warfare all across the planet, militaries are busy searching for terrorists in the mountains. Why can't we...

Susan G. Komen claims organic food is unsafe while pushing KFC chicken buckets and alcohol on women

1/15/2015 - The breast cancer awareness group known as Susan G. Komen -- think pink ribbons emblazoned on everything during breast cancer awareness month -- has stooped to a whole new level of stupidity with claims that organic food may not be safe for women. On its website, Komen claims that consumption of...

Consumer Wellness Center awards eleven grants to help teach food self-reliance, nutrition and healthy food choice to women and children

1/12/2015 - As the Executive Director of the Consumer Wellness Center (www.ConsumerWellness.org), I'm thrilled to announce the 2014 grant recipients who received grant funding from the CWC to promote food self-reliance and nutrition programs all around the world. As Natural News readers know, the CWC is a non-profit...

Courageous photo series celebrates 80 women who empowered themselves by owning firearms

1/12/2015 - In the 1960s and 1970s, there was the "Equal Rights" movement, a civil rights crusade begun as a way to bring attention to inequality in work and society between men and women. The goal was not to take away from one sex and give to the other, but to recognize that differences existed and to empower...

The FDA gets in women's panties: Reusuable menstrual pads to be subject to $4,000 a year in extortion fees

12/30/2014 - (Story by Daisy Luther, republished from TheOrganicPrepper.ca, with additional editing by Natural News.) Well, our good friends at the FDA are looking out for us again. Thank goodness we have them to fine us, charge us fees, regulate perfectly natural things, and keep us safe. Heck, who knew that women...

Why flu shots are the greatest medical fraud in history

12/10/2014 - As one of the very few independent voices willing to stand up against the scientific dogma of our modern medical regime, I've long felt a need to communicate the dangers of flu shots to the public so that people can have better information to prevent vaccine injuries and save lives. This doesn't...

Medical device actually spreads cancer in women, FDA warns

12/5/2014 - A medical procedure used on women preparing to undergo surgery for uterine fibroids may actually spread cancer throughout the body, potentially turning easily treated cancers into life-threatening forms, the FDA has warned. The procedure, performed by a device known as a power morcellator, consists...

Nearly 100 Indian women die after being 'forced' into government-run sterilization camps

11/26/2014 - The relatives of Indian women who died following a state-operated mass sterilization campaign went terribly awry have told local media they were forced by government health workers to attend. As reported by Britain's The Guardian newspaper, more than 80 women recently underwent surgery for laparoscopic...

Is The UN Using Vaccines To Secretly Sterilize Women All Over The Globe?

11/26/2014 - Story by Michael Snyder, republished from EndOfTheAmericanDream.com. In some areas of the world, purposely cutting off someone's family line is considered to be one of the most wicked things that you can possibly do. But that appears to be precisely what the United Nations is doing. Two UN organizations,...

Why Jon Entine is a poster boy for the biotech industry: violence against women, corporate-funded hate speech and gross journalism misconduct

11/17/2014 - This is a continuation from Part Four of a comprehensive investigative report revealing the untold story behind Jon Entine, biotech shill, character assassination operative, Forbes.com writer, American Enterprise Institute fellow and George Mason University research fellow. He's also a visiting fellow...

Flu vaccines are NOT safe for pregnant women, warns doctor

11/12/2014 - Award-winning Dr. David Brownstein, a board-certified family physician and medical director of the Center for Holistic Medicine in West Bloomfield, MI, has a warning for pregnant women and those considering becoming pregnant. In a nutshell, he says that if you're thinking about getting a flu vaccine,...

Tetanus vaccines found spiked with sterilization chemical to carry out race-based genocide against Africans

11/8/2014 - Tetanus vaccines given to millions of young women in Kenya have been confirmed by laboratories to contain a sterilization chemical that causes miscarriages, reports the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, a pro-vaccine organization. A whopping 2.3 million young girls and women are in the process...

Fish consumption, omega-3 fatty acids associated with reduced hearing loss in women

10/1/2014 - Women who eat two or more servings of fish per week are significantly less likely to suffer from hearing loss, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on September 10. "Although a decline in hearing...

Fungicides used on banana plantations threaten the health of pregnant women

9/28/2014 - A widely used fungicide linked to birth defects may accumulate in the bodies of pregnant women living near agricultural fields, according to a study conducted by researchers from the National University of Costa Rica and published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives on September 8. The...

These potassium-rich foods can help prevent fatal strokes in mature women

9/25/2014 - Strokes, which occur when there's an interruption in blood flow, are the third leading cause of death in the United States, behind heart disease and cancer, according to the Siteman Cancer Center. More than 600,000 strokes plague Americans each year, taking the lives of more than 150,000 people,...

New study that claims to debunk the bra-breast cancer link ironically confirms it

9/17/2014 1:44:25 AM - The National Cancer Institute hired the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to determine whether bras are linked to breast cancer. A primary purpose of the study was to prove that bras are not linked to breast cancer, which kills about 40,000 in the U.S. each year, according to the American Cancer...

Black Breastfeeding Week highlights ethnic disparities in health education

9/9/2014 - The type of nutritional care an infant receives during his or her first six months of life can determine the quality of life that a child will have. In addition to avoiding heavy-metal-containing vaccinations at birth, breastfeeding is one of the most important practices that a mother can perform to...

Why does CDC recommend pregnant women be injected with mercury-filled flu vaccines?

9/8/2014 - If you believe what the government says, vaccines for influenza have been thoroughly tested and shown to help prevent the flu, as well as complications from the flu, in pregnant women and their unborn babies. But if you look at the actual science behind these specious claims, including the package inserts...

Exposure to triclosan, parabens in pregnant women disrupts male fetal development

9/4/2014 5:20:54 PM - Have you ever stopped and wondered if many of your toiletries and body care products are necessary at all? Do you ever look at the ingredient labels of these products and wonder if these synthetic compounds were even meant to be put on human skin? Have you ever considered making your own body care products...

Pregnant women should be injected with mercury, says nurse organization

9/2/2014 - Nearly every pregnancy and health advocacy group in the nation, including Consumer Reports, (1) advises pregnant women to avoid consuming products like canned tuna fish that contain high levels of neurotoxic mercury. But the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has released new...

Phthalates in plastic products decrease testosterone levels in men, women and children

8/30/2014 - Testosterone is the driving force in men, determining physical structure, brain function, and reproductive health. This hormone is declining in virtually all populations today, giving rise to health conditions including infertility, reduced semen quality and genital malformations in newborns. A certain,...

Harmful blood thinner injection prescribed to many pregnant women found to be ineffective

8/5/2014 - Since the 1990s, under the advice of their physicians, one in 10 pregnant women have been painfully injecting themselves in the stomach with a needle containing anticoagulant medicine that has now been found to be completely ineffective. For the treatment of thrombophilia, abnormal blood clotting...

Double mastectomies offer almost no survival benefit for breast cancer patients, 20-year study proves

7/29/2014 - Western medicine is so aggressive and cut-throat that even the idea of prevention has been skewed to the point of chopping off and cutting out body parts for "preventing" cancer that isn't even there. Fear and self-mutilation are not the answer. Today in American mainstream medicine, women are given...

Dietary tips for women with heavy menstrual bleeding

7/25/2014 - Many women experience heavy menstrual bleeding, a condition called menorrhagia, that warrants medical attention. (1) For some women, attention from a medical professional is necessary, because underlying factors such as polyps, fibroid tumors and hormonal disturbances could be at hand. For others, it's...

Women dressed in red are seen as a threat by other women - plus 6 other surprising ways colors affect moods

7/17/2014 - Women dressed in red are more likely to be perceived as a sexual threat by other women, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Rochester, Trnava University in Slovakia and the Slovak Academy of Sciences, and published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin on...

Using antidepressants while pregnant raises child's risk of obesity, diabetes, and more

7/5/2014 - New research from McMaster University in Canada has uncovered a correlation between fluoxetine, a chemical in popular antidepressants like Prozac, and pregnant woman. Researchers recently discovered that pregnant women on antidepressants could be unknowingly jeopardizing the health of their unborn...

BabySafe Project launched to inform pregnant women about the dangers of wireless and cell phone radiation

7/2/2014 - Awareness about wireless technology continues to grow every day. There are very real health threats presented by the EMFs emitted by our wireless gadgets as well as from smart meters and related technology. Enter the BabySafe Project, a new public awareness initiative developed by an international group...

Women can increase their exercise performance with iron

6/22/2014 - We all know that exercise has many health benefits and that we can condition our bodies to perform at a higher efficiency over time. This increased conditioning and performance can have substantial health benefits. New research out of the University of Melbourne that was published in the Journal of...

Irrefutable proof that influenza vaccines routinely given to pregnant women still contain mercury

6/4/2014 - Believe it or not, there are still millions of people, doctors, pharmacists and even journalists who do not yet realize there is a very high concentration of mercury in influenza vaccines given to pregnant women. Most people, you see, have been lied to by the media which has stated over and over again...

Pregnant women targeted for increased 'mental health surveillance'

6/4/2014 - It could be the mood I'm in after watching Enemy of the State last night... But it's more than obvious that surveillance of private citizens is still on the rise and "mental health" is becoming a more and more prominent means for the governments of the world to invade privacy. Even though there...

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

5/28/2014 5:54:43 AM - 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...

Surprise! Doctors suddenly urge iodine supplementation for pregnant women to protect developing brains

5/26/2014 - The American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Environmental Health has just announced something that seems totally out of character for conventional doctors: they've said that pregnant women are deficient in iodine and have urged widespread iodine supplementation to protect the development of their...

Baby powder increases ovarian cancer risk by 33 percent, lawsuit claims

5/23/2014 - Regularly using talc-based baby powders to soothe sensitive skin or eliminate unwanted moisture could eventually lead to cancer, alleges a new class action lawsuit filed against drug giant Johnson & Johnson. Plaintiffs say the company's popular baby powder product increases women's risk of ovarian cancer...

Shock finding: Double mastectomies don't prevent cancer, scientists discover

5/22/2014 - If you read Natural News long enough, you'll notice a familiar pattern: The things we proclaim in any given year are immediately attacked... but within five years or less the exact thing we said is confirmed by scientists or medical authorities! Case in point: We've been warning for years about the...

Some women buying used pregnancy tests to entrap men

5/18/2014 - An unmarried and undecided man is on his way home when he receives a phone call from his girlfriend. They've been dating on and off for many months now; she wants a commitment. He's undecided. When he hears her voice come through the line, it's unsteady, but giddy with excitement. For a month now, she...

Science proves that avoiding sunshine doubles your risk of death

5/11/2014 - The merits of regular sun exposure for optimal health have been reiterated by one of the most comprehensive studies yet to look at the connection between vitamin D and early mortality. Researchers from Sweden, after compiling the results of a 20-year research project they started back in the early 1990s,...

Avoid menopause induced bone loss and disease

5/8/2014 - Unfortunately, conventional medicine has done a poor job helping women to avoid the health risks associated with menopause. Just to be clear - an excessive loss of hormones will cause a loss of energy, muscle mass, bone strength, cognitive function and memory. With an estimated 6,000 women per day,...

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...

Tennessee introduces bill to protect unborn children from drug use

4/29/2014 - When a father and a mother are properly educated about conception and the stages of fetal development, a respect for life flourishes. What the mother consumes during her pregnancy is passed on to the developing child inside the womb. When a mother uses narcotic drugs, the precious baby inside her...

Calcium, vitamin D supplementation improves cholesterol in postmenopausal women

4/29/2014 - Maintaining high blood levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D), which is said to be the most accurate indicator of vitamin D levels inside the body, appears to play a prominent role in mitigating inflammation and keeping cholesterol in check. Researchers from the Women's Health Initiative, publishing...

Women can reduce stroke risk by eating citrus fruits

4/27/2014 - It's no secret that eating a variety of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables offer an array of health benefits from improving mood to lowering cholesterol. Many of them also have the ability to reduce the risk of stroke due to compounds that improve blood flow. However, newer studies have surfaced...

High vitamin D levels in pregnant women lead to stronger babies

4/20/2014 - Children born to mothers with high vitamin D levels during pregnancy are significantly stronger at four years of age, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Southampton and published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism in January. "These associations...

Research: Why some women work harder and give more, even though they aren't appreciated

4/19/2014 - If you are a hard working woman who gives and gives, yet still feels less than, you are not alone. The research summarized below describes women with "low self-esteem" who work extra hard to maintain their marriages because they don't feel worthy. Why don't hard working people who contribute so much...

Antidepressants keep killing women, thereby 'curing' their depression

4/18/2014 - Evidence continues to mount that even supposedly "safer" antidepressants increase women's risk of stroke and death. One of the reasons that doctors prefer selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants to the older tricyclics is that the latter are known to have negative effects on...

Get relief from hot flashes with these foods

4/13/2014 - For women who have had, or are currently having hot flashes, they know that the flushing sensations and sweating can be overwhelming. Seven out of ten menopausal women have these symptoms which can often last for several years. These bothersome changes can interrupt the ability to concentrate, relax...

American Cancer Society, Komen Foundation deny link between bras and breast cancer

4/4/2014 10:20:16 AM - Would you believe that two of the nation's most prominent cancer organizations are completely disinterested in a common wardrobe practice that studies suggest could be a leading cause of breast cancer in women? Wearing bras, says the book Dressed To Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras, appears...

Breast cancer survival rate higher in women with high vitamin D levels

3/27/2014 - Researchers from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), have made a fascinating new discovery with regard to vitamin D and the role that it plays in breast cancer survival. High levels of this prohormone, it turns out, more than double a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer, while low...

Low vitamin D levels in pregnant women increases risk of life-threatening disorder

3/11/2014 - Blocked out of our modern lives with chemical lotions and chemtrail aerosols, sunlight is often disregarded and disrespected. Sedentary lifestyles keep people indoors, out of touch with the sun's living energy. As the main source of vitamin D, sunlight is often taken for granted and misunderstood for...

How accurate are mammograms in detecting breast cancer?

2/27/2014 - Mammograms are so widely used and promoted for breast cancer diagnosis that you would think it is very reliable. That, unfortunately, is far from the truth. False-positives This means mammograms suggest women have cancer when in fact they do not. In a Swedish study published in the British Medical...

Antidepressant Paxil, commonly precribed for depressed cancer patients, increases risk of breast cancer

2/24/2014 - New research suggests that one of the more popular antidepressants, Paxil, may actually contribute to the growth of cancerous tumors in women. That's according to a team of scientists from the City of Hope in Duarte, California, which has developed a quick way to zero in on drugs and chemicals that...

Test-tube baby births reach record high in US

2/22/2014 - More Americans than ever are choosing to have children via in vitro fertilization (IVF) as opposed to a traditional pregnancy, says a new report recently put out by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). According to the latest data, a record 165,172 IVF procedures took place in the...

Six ways women can reduce their risk of stroke

2/21/2014 12:09:42 PM - Studies have shown that women are more at risk of suffering a stroke than men, and for the first time, women and their physicians are now armed with evidence-based guidelines on how best to reduce those risks. "The take-home here is really about starting prevention earlier," Dr. Cheryl Bushnell,...

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,...

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...

Mammograms are more harmful than you think

2/16/2014 - Mammograms are widely touted as an effective breast cancer screening tool. But some research and experts suggest that it could be causing more harm than good. Increases cancer risk In undergoing mammograms, women are exposed to radiation. And radiation, as we know, is a cause of cancer. Dr. Russell...

Probiotics accelerate weight loss in women, say researchers

2/11/2014 - A Canadian test determined that probiotic supplementation helped women lose weight and keep it off. Why just women? It may have to do with they type or strain used in the test, which didn't affect men in regard to losing or gaining weight. Let's take a look at their study and other factors involved...

Baby-murdering CDC conspired to bury evidence of vaccine-induced fetal deaths

1/23/2014 - The CDC is engaged in infanticide by colluding with vaccine makers to hide the number of deaths caused by vaccines, explains a new investigation by the Vaccine Information Network. Even though the CDC's own science proves that vaccines are causing stark increases in fetal deaths, the vaccine-pushing...

Obese individuals and pregnant women are more susceptible to this year's flu virus

1/23/2014 - Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released statistics indicating that almost half of all hospitalized adults in the United States are obese. Obese adults account for 46% of all adults hospitalized with influenza. While this is attributed to the relationship between the immune...

Pregnant women in West Virginia warned not to drink the water

1/20/2014 - While on Wednesday the "do-not-use" ban was lifted for nearly half a million W. Va. residents following the leak of 7,500 gallons of a foaming agent used to clean coal, a separate warning has been issued specifically for pregnant women. Residents were told to begin flushing their pips Monday evening...

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...

When pregnant women take Tylenol, their children are more likely to be born with autism

12/1/2013 - As many as 65 percent of women are said to take it during pregnancy. But Tylenol, the active ingredient of which is acetaminophen, has been linked in a new study out of Norway to causing autism in children. Expectant mothers who took the drug while pregnant to deal with headaches or mild fevers were...

Thousands of women seek 'designer vaginas' through cosmetic genital surgery

11/21/2013 - First it was facelifts. Then breast enhancements. Now, an increasing number of women across all age groups are opting to undergo invasive genital surgery in order to attain so-called "designer vaginas," according to new reports. And in the U.K., the National Health Service (NHS), a.k.a. taxpayers, are...

News you won't see on CNN: Ted Cruz receives 8-minute standing ovation from Texas women for budget showdown

11/1/2013 - Perhaps no one politician in recent times except President Obama himself has been as demonized as U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican. During the recent budget battle, for example, Cruz was vilified by both the political Left and Right, often hearing the harshest criticism from members of his own party. That...

Lawsuits claim Pfizer drug Lipitor gave women type 2 diabetes

10/29/2013 - Drug giant Pfizer has recently been hit with a flurry of lawsuits from women claiming that the company's blockbuster cholesterol drug Lipitor caused them to develop type 2 diabetes. Pfizer released Lipitor in 2007, promoting it as a safe way to lower levels of LDL cholesterol, commonly called "bad...

Women: Chlorella supplementation reduces risk of anemia, edema and proteinuria during pregnancy

10/26/2013 - When a woman becomes pregnant, her body begins to produce extra blood for a developing fetus. Pregnant women are advised to supplement with iron, folate and vitamin B12 during pregnancy to help with red blood cell count and nutrition levels. Low levels of these vitamins and minerals are what make pregnant...

Desperate times: U.S. women selling hair, breast milk to survive

10/17/2013 - As wages remain low and unemployment remains high despite increasing corporate profits, US women are increasingly looking to supplement their incomes by selling their hair, eggs and even breast milk, a recent Bloomberg article reports. According to market strategist Nicholas Colas of the brokerage...

Black women targeted with eugenics drug, a deadly carcinogen offered as a 'contraceptive'

10/16/2013 - It has been on the U.S. drug market since the early 1990s, and population control organizations like Planned Parenthood continue to push it heavily on black women and other ethnic minorities as a form of contraception. But the injectable contraceptive drug Depo-Provera, manufactured by Pfizer, has an...

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...

Top 10 superfoods for women

10/11/2013 - Rushed. That's how women feel in the modern age. In a hurry to get the house cleaned, the shopping done, the kids to school, that presentation for work ready. No one expects more from us than we expect from ourselves. Trying to cram 30 hours of ToDos into each day means we are bound to cut corners....

It's true! Men hate it when women succeed: Research

10/11/2013 - Many successful women have long suspected that men can't handle being out performed by the opposite sex. According to a recent study, their suspicions are likely correct. The study, conducted by psychologists at the University of Florida, was actually not meant to test the hypothesis that men are...

Berry intake helps overweight women have healthy hearts

10/4/2013 - A diet rich in berries can help mitigate the heart-damaging effects of being overweight, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Turku, Finland, and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in August. The researchers assigned 80 overweight women to consume...

Sex after the age of 50

10/1/2013 - When it comes to aging, many people make the false assumption that sex is more difficult and not as fulfilling or exciting. Those assumptions are absolutely incorrect, as youth has no superiority over senior sex; in fact, seniors do have an edge when it comes to great sex, as they typically have a stronger...

Cancer clinics use irrational fear to trick women into unnecessary mastectomies

9/19/2013 - More women than ever who have been diagnosed with breast cancer in just one breast are opting to have both of them cut off, apparently out of concern that the disease might end up spreading to the healthy breast if they leave it alone. But this increasingly common procedure, known as a contralateral...

Breast cancer 600% higher in women with low vitamin D

9/7/2013 - Vitamin D deficiency is a major cause of breast cancer among women, according to a recent study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The study, authored by a team of scientists from various organizations, reports that women in Saudi Arabia who have low vitamin D levels have six times...

Dietary calcium, supplements tied to longer lifespan in women

9/5/2013 - They say it helps build strong bones and prevent bone fractures later on in life. But the mineral calcium may also play a role in determining lifespan, at least in women, according to a new observational study out of Canada. Researchers from McGill University in Montreal recently found that women who...

High intake of meat and fat linked to ovarian cancer: Research

9/3/2013 - Research continues to show that a diet high in meat and fat can dramatically increase a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer, the top killer among gynecologic cancers. Although ovarian cancer is relatively rare - in the United States, women have less than a 2.5 percent lifetime risk of developing...

Blood pressure meds more than double breast cancer risk

8/15/2013 - If you are a woman and you take calcium channel blockers like amlodipine (Norvasc) or nicardipine (Cardene) to manage your high blood pressure, you could be putting yourself at serious risk of developing breast cancer. This is according to a new study recently published in the journal, JAMA Internal...

Women who take statin drugs have 83-143% increased risk of breast cancer

8/13/2013 - New research published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention raises fresh concerns about the safety of statin drugs for high cholesterol, particularly amongst the female population. According to this population-based, case-controlled study, women who take statin drugs appear to...

Rush for butt injections causes desperate women to be maimed with silicone and cement mix

8/10/2013 - As desperate women seek a more shapely butt, "pumping parties" are becoming a growing underground illegal activity. Authorities are beginning to see more people fall victim to these predatory scams. Deaths from these underground "pumping parties" have popped up all across the United States, from Alabama,...

Breastfeeding proven to lower risk of Alzheimer's in moms

8/9/2013 - As more research becomes available, it is increasingly clear that breastfeeding children provides infinitely more long-term health benefits to both baby and mom. Now, a new study shows that mothers who breast feed run a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease later in life. The research, which...

Breast cancer rates skyrocket among women AND men in the armed forces, government still won't cover treatment

7/3/2013 - In a finding that has researchers vexed, researchers are discovering that both female and male members of the U.S. armed forces are experiencing a rise in breast cancer. What's even more perplexing to researchers is the fact that, historically, cancer rates among military members have been low compared...

Single women's health insurance premiums set to double in California, thanks to Obamacare

7/1/2013 - Progressives claim to be the most sensitive to women's issues, yet they are the first ones to back policies that either harm or otherwise suppress women. Case in point: Obamacare. Back in the day when the president and his congressional allies were selling this turkey to the American people, one...

Hospitals, cancer centers now getting women drunk at 'mammogram parties' to lure them into having their breasts irradiated

7/1/2013 - The cancer industry has apparently become so desperate to recruit new customers that it is now resorting to what can only be described as a type of medical date rape. A number of hospitals and cancer centers across the country are reportedly now holding community-driven "mammogram parties," a deceptive...

Eight reasons why pregnant women should eat chocolate

6/24/2013 - There seems to be great reasons why pregnant women should treat themselves with chocolate. This is because these luscious treats are found to improve a pregnant woman's condition by preventing certain complications including pre-eclampsia. According to studies, chocolate can not only relieve a pregnant...

Got PMS? Psychiatry has a new mental diagnosis for you

6/13/2013 - Back in caveman days I understand that women were sent to the woods during their time of the month. Those insensitive cavemen. Actually, cavemen fare pretty well compared to modern psychiatrists. Psychiatrists just label you mentally disordered if you struggle with your monthly cycle. According...

Acupuncture reduces anxiety for IVF patients: Research

6/12/2013 - Although dealing with invasive fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) can be highly stressful, acupuncture is a simple, risk-free way to help alleviate this burden. Significantly, acupuncture may also help boost fertility and increase the success rate of IVF. IVF consists of extracting...

The sexualization of breast cancer is yet another sick cancer industry marketing ploy

6/8/2013 - There is nothing sexy about a woman with breast cancer having to have one or both of her breasts surgically removed as part of a humiliating mastectomy, or having to undergo toxic chemotherapy and radiation treatments that leave her bald and severely immuno-compromised, not to mention potentially even...

Treat PCOS naturally with vitamin D and calcium

6/7/2013 - Supplementation with vitamin D and calcium may be a simple, inexpensive way to significantly reduce many symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is characterized by the formation of numerous small cysts on the edges of the ovaries. It is one of the most common hormonal disorders in women....

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,...

Attn: Women! Need more lust in your life? There's a pill for that, too

5/31/2013 - Big pharma is reaching into your lust life - or lack thereof - with Lybrido. Touted as the female Viagra, Lybrido aims to chemically arouse women who 'lack lust,' breaking through their resistance or malaise toward sex. Lybrido is currently in clinical trial, with hundreds of women donating their...

Breast cancer overdiagnosis skyrocketing as women everywhere receive dangerous and unnecessary mammograms

5/28/2013 - The studies just keep rolling on in with more and more evidence showing that the breast cancer screening ritual known as mammography is not everything that it is cracked up to be. One of the latest studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), for instance, analyzed more than 30 years'...

Conventional medicine openly admits to confusion over BRCA1 gene

5/18/2013 - By now, I'm sure you've heard the news about Angelina Jolie testing positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation and the decision to remove her breasts. This decision has been touted as a brave and reasonable choice, considering the assumed high risk for breast cancer. But, as an educated guess, I'll bet...

YouTube involved in conspiracy to silence public debate on corporate patents on human genes

5/17/2013 - YouTube, owned by corporate giant Google, has banned our video discussing the corporate ownership of patents on human genes. This video, which featured nothing more than myself and Robert Scott Bell criticizing Angelina Jolie for hyping up BRCA breast cancer gene tests and being part of the trillion-dollar...

Natural News challenges Angelina Jolie to denounce corporate patents on human genes

5/17/2013 - Following recent revelations of how Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy P.R. stunt feeds into the profits of the trillion dollar industry which claims to own human genes, Natural News is now calling on Jolie to publicly denounce patents on human genes, including the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes she has now...

Angelina Jolie, corporate patents on genes, and the U.S. Supreme Court

5/16/2013 - Editor's note: Because of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that handed the biotech companies a resounding defeat in their effort to try to patent human genes, we are updating this story by removing the original content (which was largely based on factors leading up to the Supreme Court decision) and...

Article updated with new message from the Health Ranger

5/15/2013 - The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist....

Article updated with new message from the Health Ranger

5/15/2013 - The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist....

1.3 million wrongly treated after false positives from mammograms

5/14/2013 - The Susan G. Komen for breast cancer awareness reports on their site that breast cancer will strike more than 1.3 million women annually over the next 20 years. They are proud to report that 70 percent of women 40 and older receive regular mammograms now. What they aren't telling the public is that...

A must read for women

5/13/2013 - My friend, Andrea Donsky, that has the website www.naturalsavvy.com, wrote an incredible article that is extremely relevant to all women that have a monthly cycle. She has given me permission to submit it here. As you read the article and become upset there is a link to go to to sign a petition. It...

Women seeking plastic surgery to get Michelle Obama's arms

5/5/2013 - The sycophantic worship of the Obamas continues unabated, especially in places like California, where sanity is at a premium. Now, reports the Los Angeles Times, women are actually seeking plastic surgery in order to emulate the arms of first lady Michelle Obama. Apparently these women have never...

Women using so much botox it's stopped working

5/4/2013 - Forget the clown-like appearance and other physical metamorphoses that the overuse of Botox has created on the mugs of some of Hollywood's famous faces. Now comes news that some women have used the treatments so often they are no longer working at all. Costly Botox - short for botulism toxin - treatments...

Incredible! NYT pushing toxic cancer drugs for healthy women who have no cancer

4/27/2013 - A taxpayer-funded government task force has issued new guidelines that literally urge healthy women to take toxic cancer drugs "preventively" in order to allegedly decrease their risk of developing breast cancer. As recently promoted by The New York Times (NYT), these shocking new recommendations from...

Gun control is anti-women: Rapists empowered by gun restrictions

4/11/2013 - In New York City on a recent morning, a man approached a woman standing at a Queens bus stop, forced her to a nearby cemetery by knifepoint, then proceeded to rape her. The man, whom the victim described as 25-30 years old, approached the 41-year-old victim and asked her who she was waiting for,...

Eating more nuts and fiber in adolescence helps young women avoid breast cancer later in life

3/25/2013 - Teenage girls who eat a diet higher in nuts and fiber may reduce their risk of breast cancer as adults, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and published in the journal Cancer Causes Control in March 2010. The study was conducted...

Are women actually less likely to buy products marketed using thin models?

3/12/2013 - Advertisements featuring beautiful female models and celebrities may actually make women less likely to purchase those products, according to a study conducted by researchers from Warwick Business School. "We found that the way the picture of the perfectly shaped model was used was very important...

Medical mystery: Advanced breast cancer increasing steadily among young women

3/1/2013 - Why on earth are younger women developing more malignant breast tumors -- especially the kind that spread to other parts of the body? That's the worrisome question a new study raises. Rebecca H. Johnson, M.D., of Seattle Children's Hospital and University of Washington, Seattle, and colleagues have...

Mysterious new disease striking young women, symptoms mimic demonic possession

2/27/2013 - More disturbing evidences of vaccine-induced brain damage are emerging in the U.S. as primarily young women are increasingly developing a mysterious autoimmune condition known as anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis that exhibits symptoms similar to demonic possession. According to a recent report by CBS...

Women with Multiple Sclerosis experience high rates of cardiovascular disease

2/24/2013 - -- As if Multiple Sclerosis (MS) weren't bad enough, the condition and its complications seem to affect women disproportionately. Women are twice as likely as men to suffer from MS, and recent research indicates that women with MS are also more likely to experience cardiovascular disease than men with...

Democratic lawmaker suggest that rape victim women should all be disarmed and have no self defense

2/21/2013 - It's one thing for Americans who don't believe in the Second Amendment to refrain from carrying or owning a firearm for self-defense if they choose to do so, but it's a completely different thing for an anti-gun politician to push for laws that disarm Americans and put them at risk of harm from criminals. That...

Article updated with new message from the Health Ranger

2/20/2013 - The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist....

Hormonal birth control increases risk of diabetes

2/15/2013 - Some hormonal birth control methods may increase the risk of diabetes in overweight but otherwise healthy women, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Southern California and published in the journal Contraception. The researchers divided a group of obese women into...

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...

Surgical ovary removal leads to cognitive decline

1/27/2013 - Women who have their ovaries surgically removed before menopause experience earlier and more severe cognitive decline, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, and due to be presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the American Academy...

Women to be screened for "signs of abuse" by primary care docs, referred for psychiatric evaluation, home visits, government mentor program

1/25/2013 - The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) now strongly recommends that women "who show no clear indicators of physical or sexual abuse" should be screened for intimate partner violence (IPV) while visiting their doctor. The recommendation was published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine....

Breast cancer death rates drop for younger women, but not older ones

1/25/2013 - The rate of deaths attributable to breast cancer in Spain has dropped among young and middle-aged women since 1992, but has not decreased among elderly women, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid and published in the journal Public Health. The...

Obese women give birth to babies with lower vitamin D levels

1/22/2013 - Obese women are more likely to give birth to children with low blood levels of vitamin D that women of healthy weight, according to a study conducted by researchers from Northwestern University and published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. Vitamin D is produced naturally...

Strawberries and blueberries reduce heart attacks in younger women

1/18/2013 3:05:26 PM - Younger women who eat more strawberries and blueberries may reduce their heart attack risk by one-third, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, and published in the journal Circulation. "Blueberries and...

Flavonoids from strawberries and blueberries cut heart attack risk in women by one-third

1/18/2013 - Thousands of research studies over the past decade have heralded the critical importance of eating a diet filled with flavonoids from a variety of brightly colored vegetables and fruits to help prevent and even treat many chronic illnesses. Most plants and fruits rely on flavonoid compounds for protection...

Walking regularly slashes stroke risk in women by nearly 50 percent

1/17/2013 - Physical inactivity continues to be a significant underlying cause of chronic illness and early death in the U.S., as sedentary Americans succumb to the utilitarian comforts of modern technology. Lack of exercise, coupled with a largely processed food diet leads to potentially deadly diseases including...

Three ways to naturally reduce menopausal hot flashes

1/14/2013 - With seven out of every 10 menopausal women experiencing hot flashes and bouts of sweating, this health issue can cause discomfort in social settings, insomnia, and even fatigue. As hormone levels change, women commonly struggle with these undesirable symptoms and many seek treatment with synthetic...

70 percent of double mastectomies are pointless

1/4/2013 - 70 percent of breast cancer patients who undergo a double mastectomy do not actually need the procedure, according to a study to be presented at the Quality Care Symposium of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan, Memorial...

Many women clueless about healthy weight gain during pregnancy

12/14/2012 - Most women do not know how much weight they are supposed to gain during pregnancy, according to a study published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. "Pregnancy is an important time that influences being overweight in both mothers and their babies," said researcher...

One-third of cancers found in mammograms are not life-threatening, but the chemo poisoning of women continues

12/3/2012 - It's a long-simmering question that has now turned into a full-blown controversy: What is the real value of mammograms if 33 percent of the cancers found during the procedure aren't deadly but lead to poisoning chemotherapy or worse, breast removal, anyway? A new study that examined three decades'...

Doctors removing healthy breasts unnecessarily

11/29/2012 - You've probably heard the news about several celebrities who've gone public with their decision to have their non-cancerous breasts removed and replaced with breast implants so they never have to worry about breast cancer. This must be because there is a strong likelihood these women will suffer from...

Do Nearly All Pregnant Women Have Dangerous Levels of Pollutants In Their Blood?

11/28/2012 2:46:16 PM - The majority of women of childbearing age have higher-than-average blood levels of at least one pollutant that can damage infant brain development, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brown University and published in the journal Environmental Research. The study focused on blood levels...

Shock study: Mammograms a medical hoax, over one million American women maimed by unnecessary 'treatment' for cancer they never had

11/27/2012 - Mammography is a cruel medical hoax. As I have described here on Natural News many times, the primary purpose of mammography is not to "save" women from cancer, but to recruit women into false positives that scare them into expensive, toxic treatments like chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. The...

Four power herbs that banish female gynecological issues

11/24/2012 - Yes, women are complicated. That much is obvious. By both natural design and the acknowledgement of even prehistoric, mythological culture, the life-bearing ways of the female human creature are both intricate and mysterious. But did you ever wonder why it seems women are always more susceptible to...

No more cigarettes means 10 more years for women

11/18/2012 - A massive new study about smoking from the University of Oxford in the U.K. has reported breathtaking results. Doctors and researchers found the nasty effects associated with cigarettes years ago, but this study focused on the harms of smoking as well as the benefits of quitting. Putting aside the knowledge...

Calcium deficiency causes bone fractures, kidney stones

11/17/2012 - Not enough calcium in their diet can increase the risk in women of a hormone condition that causes bone fractures and kidney stones, according to scientists. The condition, primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT), can affect one in 800 people during their lifetime, but it's occurrence is most common in...

Women left at the mercy of untested prescription drugs as most drugs are only tested on men

11/12/2012 - Whilst doctors whine on about the dangers of alternative medicine, they has admitted that trials of major drugs are only carried out on men. This has led to up to one million women being admitted to hospitals every year with side effects from nausea and high blood pressure, to life threatening conditions....

Hot flashes halted with hypnosis

11/2/2012 - While there are very divided sentiments about the concept of alternative therapy, new research has found a potentially effective treatment for hot flashes due to menopause. The study, conducted by researchers at Baylor University's Mind-Body Medicine Research Laboratory, received positive results by...

CDC brazenly tries to poison all pregnant women with whooping cough vaccines that we know don't even work

10/30/2012 - The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), which makes formal recommendations to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about vaccine guidelines, recently decided that all pregnant women should be vaccinated for whooping cough (pertussis). Defying up-to-date science...

Hospital health care quality plummets: Risk of severe complications during hospital childbirth up 75 percent from decade ago

10/27/2012 - New data released as part of a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study on pregnant women has found that delivery complications are on the rise among women who give birth at American hospitals. According to the figures, the number of women who experience heart attacks, strokes, severe...

Study: GMO toxins found in nearly all pregnant women, unborn babies

10/10/2012 - A recent study published in the journal Reproductive Toxicology debunks yet another lie of the biotechnology industry concerning genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). According to an analysis conducted by researchers from the University of Sherbrooke Hospital Centre in Quebec, Canada, 100 percent of...

British healthcare system now pushing pregnant women to get vaccinated for whooping cough

10/5/2012 - If you are pregnant, between the ages of 28 and 38, and a citizen of the U.K., the government-run National Health Service (NHS) wants to see you vaccinated for whooping cough as part of a new mass vaccination propaganda campaign that appears to be sweeping the industrialized world. Mimicking the same...

Diet high in antioxidants slashes heart disease risk in women

10/3/2012 - Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality in men and women alike. A lifetime of processed foods, lack of exercise, poor lifestyle habits and environmental and household pollutants result in hypertension, elevated blood glucose and hardening of the endothelial lining of arteries that supply...

TSA naked body scanners could prove extra harmful to women with BRCA gene

9/18/2012 - Women who possess the BRCA gene, the mutations of which are linked to so-called hereditary breast and ovarian cancers, may be particularly susceptible to the deleterious effects of ionizing radiation, suggests a fresh analysis of earlier research on the subject. According to the fresh data, women with...

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