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H1N1 Swine Flu Likely Already Infecting 100,000 Americans, Admits CDC

By Mike Adams, May 18 2009
(NaturalNews) H1N1 influenza (swine flu) has spread beyond the ability of the CDC to track it, leading one of its health authorities (Daniel Jernigan) to admit that 100,000 Americans are likely already infected by the swine flu. The CDC has only "confirmed" 4,714 cases of the flu so far, but by its own admission, the CDC's testing lab is so hopelessly overloaded that it has all but abandoned trying to identify every case of swine flu. All it can do now is estimate the likely number of infections...

Court Orders Parents to Poison Their 13-Year-Old Child with Chemotherapy

By Mike Adams, May 15 2009
(NaturalNews) Against the wishes of both the parents and the 13-year-old patient in question, a Minnesota judge has ruled that Daniel Hauser must undergo conventional chemotherapy treatments, which are characterized by the mass-poisoning of the patient with toxic chemicals. For opting to explore alternative and natural remedies rather than chemotherapy for their son, the parents were accused of medical neglect and now face having their son taken away from them by Child Protective Services (CPS...

Raw Milk is a Complete and Balanced Food

By Sheryl Walters, May 15 2009
(NewsTarget) Raw milk is gaining in popularity among people who are looking to eat a more natural and less processed diet. Although there is a large amount of variation in raw milk, true raw milk is milk from organic grass-fed cows that is cooled to 36-38 degrees Fahrenheit and then bottled for consumption. No homogenization, pasteurization, or filtering is part of the process. Raw milk that adheres to this definition is a complete and balanced food with healing properties and many health benefits...

Cognitive Effects and Dietary Restrictions May Soon Ease for PKU Sufferers

By Barbara L. Minton, May 15 2009
(NewsTarget) Natural supplements may be in the works that could help people with phenylketonuria (PKU) live a better life. Children born with PKU are lacking an enzyme necessary to process the amino acid phenylalanine. As a result, they are at risk for depression, anxiety, ADHD, and cognitive problems. One group of scientists is looking for a way to produce this enzyme as a supplement, while other research is delving into the connection between phenylalanine and another amino acid, tyrosine. Both...

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By Mike Adams, May 15 2009
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Spinach Knocks Out Cancer and Boosts Brain Power

By Barbara L. Minton, May 15 2009
(NewsTarget) Popeye was the poster boy for spinach, at least in the cartoons. He could swallow down a can and be able to knock out Bluto who was twice his size. Popeye was probably pretty healthy too, avoiding the pitfalls of aging and disease that come from a diet lacking in flavonoids and other nutrients found in spinach. Recent research has highlighted how well these nutrients work to safeguard health. Spinach gives a knock out punch to cancer Scientists in Japan recently studied some of...

Organic Foods Provide More than Health Benefits

By Sheryl Walters, May 15 2009
(NewsTarget) Organic foods can be considered to be better and healthier not only for the consumer but also for the environment. Organic foods are considered to be more nutrient dense than their counterparts produced via modern farming practices. Dr. David Thomas, a physician and researcher, has studied and compared the United States government guidelines and tables for the nutritional content of various foods. These tables have been published by the government first in 1940 and again in 2002....

Grow Your Own Antioxidants with Aronia Berry Bushes

By Barbara L. Minton, May 14 2009
(NewsTarget) Thinking about adding a few plants this spring? Anyone who is striving to become more self-sufficient might want to think about putting in some Aronia berry bushes. Aronia berries, also known as Chokeberries, are produced on easy to grow, low maintenance shrubs that add beauty to almost any landscape. Best of all, the berries produced by these native North American plants have one of the highest levels of anti-aging, disease fighting antioxidants of any food on the planet. High quality...

Valerian Root Provides Relief to Those with Sleep Difficulties

By Sheryl Walters, May 14 2009
(NewsTarget) Lack of sleep is a common and serious problem that has personal health consequences as well as public health consequences. Increasing numbers of Americans are reporting that they suffer from a lack of sleep. Treatments for sleep issues range from meditation to natural remedies to prescription drugs. Due to the side effects of many sleep aids people often turn towards more conservative methods to help address their sleep problems. Valerian root is one of the most well known and effective...

Medical Mystery: Thyroid Cancer Rates Soar

By Sherry Baker, May 13 2009
(NewsTarget) The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of your neck, right below your Adam's apple, which produces hormones important for the regulation of heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and weight. Over the past ten years, cancer rates for this gland have soared -- and scientists don't know why. In fact, thyroid cancer is the fastest increasing cancer rate among both men and women in the U.S., rising over 6.5 percent a year. This startling zip up in thyroid cancers...

Cold Showers Offer More than You May Think

By Sheryl Walters, May 13 2009
(NewsTarget) It has long been thought that the only use for a cold shower was to stave off sexual urge. But for centuries cold baths and showers were a regular part of any health regime and they now look set to make a comeback. While an icy cold early morning shower may not sound very appealing many people swear by it, saying that it gives them a burst of energy that lasts for hours. This has been backed up by sports scientists and you will now find many top sportsmen and women hopping in the ice...

Herb Used in Salads Fights Ulcers

By Sherry Baker, May 11 2009
(NewsTarget) According to the Mayo Clinic web site, at some time in their lives around 10 percent of Americans will suffer from a peptic ulcer. The treatment for this painful condition, which is marked by open sores that develop on the inside lining of the stomach, upper small intestine or esophagus, is usually drugs such as proton-pump inhibitors which can cause a host of problems themselves -- ranging from nausea and constipation to skin rashes. "It has been shown that long term use of these drugs...

A Hundred Health Sapping Neurotoxins are Hidden in Packaged and Restaurant Food

By Barbara L. Minton, May 11 2009
(NewsTarget) What is it that stands between you and vibrant health? People who have spent a fortune on supplements, gotten plenty of exercise and bought high quality food still find themselves unable to answer this question. For many of them, the answer lies in neurotoxins hidden in even the most healthy sounding foods, including many foods labeled as organic. These ingredients often cause serious reactions, including migraines, insomnia, asthma, depression, anxiety, aggression, chronic fatigue,...

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