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India's Waterways A Toxic Stew of Pharmaceutical Chemicals Dumped from Big Pharma Factories

By Mike Adams, January 26 2009
(NaturalNews) Many of the pharmaceuticals consumed in the United States are made in India, where labor is cheap and environmental laws are lenient on powerful corporations. U.S. drug companies are exploiting this situation to manufacture hundreds of millions of doses of high-profit pharmaceuticals in India, where ingredients purchased for a few cents can be re-sold to U.S. health patients for hundreds of dollars (the markup on some drugs is literally over 500,000%). There's something else Big...

Many Man-Made Chemicals Detected in Drinking Water Supplies

By Reuben Chow, January 26 2009
(NewsTarget) For most of us who live in developed nations, the taps in our homes bring potable water right to our cups. But if you or your family has the habit of drinking water direct from the tap without additional filtering, then there is mounting evidence to make you reconsider such a routine. In a United States Geological Survey (USGS) study conducted last year, it was revealed that low levels of certain man-made chemicals remain in drinking water supplies even after the necessary treatment...

Root Canals Can Have Devastating Effects on Health

By Jo Hartley, January 26 2009
(NewsTarget) Is it wise and prudent to have a root canal? There are issues with root canal therapy that everyone should know before deciding to have one. There has been recent research that presents valid proof of systemic illnesses that are a direct result from latent infections lingering in filled roots. These conclusions are based on research performed by Dr. Weston Price over a 25 year period in the beginning of the twentieth century. The research done by Dr. Weston Price discusses how...

Distressed Marriages Negatively Affect Breast Cancer Recovery

By Reuben Chow, January 25 2009
(NewsTarget) Are you in an unhappy marriage? If so, please take note - a recent study on women has found that problems in marriage result in poor outcomes for breast cancer sufferers. Details and Findings of Study The findings of this study, which was conducted at the Ohio State University, will be published in the journal Cancer. The study had looked at some 100 women who were either married or residing with a partner when the study commenced, and who remained in the relationship in the 5...

Care for the Diabetic Foot Naturally and Holistically

By Jo Hartley, January 25 2009
(NewsTarget) According to recent statistics, diabetes is the fastest growing illness in the US and Americans are at risk for developing this disease more now than ever before. Diabetes prevention by improving one's diet and incorporating exercise into daily routine is very important. For those who already have developed diabetes, however, there are important natural ways to manage the illness. Caring for the diabetic foot, for example, is an extremely important part of the diabetic's daily care and...

Plants Aid Recovery from Surgery, Ease Pain

By Sherry Baker, January 25 2009
(NewsTarget) You visit someone who is in the hospital following an operation or a sick friend confined to bed at home and you bring along a gift of colorful flowers or a lovely potted plant. That may sound like simply a thoughtful gesture to spread some cheer. But, it turns out, your gift of greenery may actually have a therapeutic effect that can help people recover physically from illness -- even serious surgery. That`s the conclusion of a recent study by Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson...

Hormones Part V: Bioidentical Pellet Replacement Most Closely Relicates Nature

By Barbara L. Minton, January 25 2009
(NewsTarget) More people are discovering bioidentical hormones. They have realized that just like our brains, hearts, arms and legs, hormones are part of the human body for a reason. It is not usually until hormone levels begin to sag and lose balance that we start to experience health problems. We live in a world of deteriorating food quality, increasing toxic chemical load, and high stress that is causing hormonal decline at an earlier age than ever. We are outliving our hormones. The choice now...

Insulin, Leptin, and Blood Sugar Why Diabetic Medication Fails

By Mike Adams, January 23 2009
(NaturalNews) This story has been removed. To learn more about nutrition and natural health, try these pages on NaturalNews and NaturalPedia: Nutrition: http://www.naturalnews.com/nutrition.html http://www.naturalpedia.com/nutrition.html Superfoods: http://www.naturalnews.com/superfoods.html http://www.naturalpedia.com/superfoods.html Nutritional supplements: http://www.naturalnews.com/nutritional_supplements.html http://www.naturalpedia.com/nutritional_supplements.html Resveratrol...

Prevent Melanoma Naturally

By Jo Hartley, January 23 2009
(NewsTarget) There are different types of skin cancers; however, the skin cancer to take steps to prevent is melanoma. Melanoma can be seemingly small (the size of a dime) and yet metastasize in the body and bring a death sentence quite quickly. The other types of skin cancer, basal cell and squamous cell, are typically caught early and are rarely fatal. Because of melanoma`s increasing incidence (now the tenth most common kind of cancer in the US), it is important to learn how to prevent it naturally...

Study Shows Acai Berries May Kill Cancer Cells

By Sheryl Walters, January 23 2009
(NewsTarget) Acai has only recently become an internationally popular super food. Yet it has been cherished by the native people of the Amazon for hundreds of years as a healing fruit. Modern Brazilians eat the acai berry because it tastes nice and is highly nutritious. The famous Gracie Jiu-Jitsu family recommended eating acai before workouts, and soccer players have been using the fruit as a natural energy booster. With its popularity skyrocketing, acai's anti cancer potential is being researched...

Eating Apples Benefits the Heart

By Reuben Chow, January 23 2009
(NewsTarget) A team of researchers who looked at data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 1999 to 2004 has found that eating apples can offer protective effects against metabolic syndrome, which is a cluster of symptoms related to increased heart disease risk. People who had reported eating any form of apples within the past 24 hours had 27% lower chance of having the symptoms of metabolic syndrome. These include high blood pressure, or a large waist measurement (over...

Hormones Part IV: Bioidentical Replacement Defends against Aging and Degeneration

By Barbara L. Minton, January 23 2009
(NewsTarget) All the migraines, irritability, depression, sleeplessness, and weight gain are trying to tell us something. The message is that time is running out. These events are the early signs of an aging process that leads to pain, disability, drugs, degenerative disease and decline. At the end of this road is either early death or a nursing home. The key event that starts us careening down this road is hormonal decline. Once we enter hormonal decline, life is never the same again, but it doesn't...

Revealed: The "Secret Language Codes" Used by Doctors and Drug Companies to Manipulate Patients

By Mike Adams, January 22 2009
(NaturalNews) Last year, I met a small, frail woman in Los Angeles who approached me after a speech I gave on nutritional cures. In a weak, crackled voice, she told me my speech was all wrong. There were no cures for diabetes or cancer, she said, and I was wrong to give people even a hint of hope at reversing disease. She was a type-1 diabetes sufferer, and she talked about the disease as "my diabetes." She described the pharmaceuticals she was taking for hormone balance as "my medicine," and...

Black Raspberries Kill Esophageal Cancer Cells

By Sherry Baker, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) The adult esophagus is only about 10 to 13 inches long and three fourths of an inch across at its smallest point. However, this small muscular tube is a critical part of the digestive system. When you eat, your esophagus carries food and liquid from the mouth to the stomach. Cancer of the esophagus, also known as esophageal cancer, starts from its inner layer and grows outward on a deadly course. When it strikes, esophageal cancer is almost always fatal because it is usually diagnosed...

Inositol May Prevent Lung Cancer in Cigarette Smokers

By Barbara L. Minton, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) Smoking cigarettes and reading Natural News are two very incompatible notions. But Natural News readers are people after all, and thus not totally perfect. Besides, even the most fastidious raw foodist probably knows or even loves someone who occasionally takes a puff. For them, research on a substance that appears to reverse the health harming effects of smoking may have the ring of good news. Inositol, a compound found in many foods, seems to stop the threat of lung cancer from cigarettes...

Regular Sex Improves Health and Doubles Life Expectancy

By Sheryl Walters, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) You probably already know that Broccoli, carrots, and oranges are good for you. Yet it's rarely mentioned that having regular sex is not only fantastically fun, but brilliant for your health! A study at Queens University in Belfast published in the British Medical Journal tracked the sexuality of about 1,000 middle-aged men over the course of a decade. The study compared men of a similar age and health and showed that men who reported the highest frequency of orgasm lived twice as long...

Product Review: Genesis Today Superfruit Juices: Goji, Acai, Noni and Mangosteen

By Mike Adams, January 22 2009
(NaturalNews) Over the last 18 months, Genesis Today has emerged as the market leader for superfruit juices like Goji berri, Acai, Noni and Mangosteen. The company, led by Linsday Duncan, got its start in the nutritional detox and digestive cleanse category, then expanded into superfruit juices and has become my top-recommended product provider in that category. Here's what makes Genesis Today superfruit juice products better than the rest: Many of them are wildcrafted (better than organic), they...

Consumer Wellness Center Awards Nutrition Grant to Michigan Non-Profit Delivering Fresh Produce to the Economically Disadvantaged

By Mike Adams, January 22 2009
(NaturalNews) The Consumer Wellness Center, led by Executive Director Mike Adams (editor of NaturalNews) has announced its third grant in its Nutrition Grant Program. The Consumer Wellness Center (CWC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to promoting nutrition education. The Executive Director position is a non-paid position. Our Nutrition Grant Program awards $1,000 grants to individuals or institutions dedicated to the promotion and sharing of nutritional knowledge among children, expectant mothers...

Switching to Coconut Oil can Prevent Diabetes

By Sheryl Walters, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) Coconut oil is an ancient super food that has been an essential component to many of the earth's healthiest cultures. Cultures that have consumed high amounts of coconut oil generally have not suffered with diabetes, as well as many other diseases. Unfortunately, as many of these people abandon their traditional ways of eating, they begin to suffer with diabetes, since coconut oil has been shown to protect people from this illness. For example, the people who live on the island of...

Deadly Bio-Weaponry Build Up Comes to the Heart of the U.S.

By Barbara L. Minton, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) The powers of the world are in a new arms race far more terrifying in its scope than the race for nuclear weapons. Bio-weaponry and bio-wars are now real threats to the future of the human race. What sounds like the stuff of futuristic science fiction is already a quiet reality. The recent announcement of the new site for the National Bio and Agro Defense Facility brings this reality to light, particularly as this site will house level 4 pathogens, some of which are zoonotic, meaning...

Exposure to Second-Hand Smoke Linked to Fertility Issues in Women

By Reuben Chow, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) It is common knowledge that smoking is a significant source and cause of ill-health. Second-hand smoke, too, has many known harmful effects. One more adverse effect for passive smokers can now be added to the list, with a recent study revealing that women who spent regular time with smokers experienced greater difficulty in conceiving, as compared to those who did not. Details and Findings of Study The study was carried out by researchers from the University of Rochester in New...

Another Reason to Get Enough Sleep: Keep Parasites Away

By Sherry Baker, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) Scientists have long puzzled over the reasons sleep is so important. Brian Preston from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, and an international team of researchers just published research that backs up their theory sleep improves the function of the immune system --and it may specifically protect animals from being overrun by parasite infections. According to a study just published in the journal BMC Evolutionary Biology, species of animals...

More Americans are Sick with Multiple Chronic Illnesses

By Jo Hartley, January 22 2009
(NewsTarget) A recent study released reveals that more Americans are suffering chronic illnesses today than ever before. In fact, it is common for American people to be burdened by more than three chronic illnesses simultaneously. This situation has contributed to a significant increase in out-of-pocket medical expenditures for many Americans because prescription drugs are often not completely covered by health insurance policies. The average annual out-of-pocket expense increased from $427 per...

Natural News Store offers discounts on superfoods like Acai, Spirulina, Astaxanthin, Turmeric, Mangosteen, Goji and more

By Mike Adams, January 21 2009
(NaturalNews) (Updated September 28, 2012) The Natural News Store is now open for business and offering a direct-to-consumer discount on a wide variety of superfoods and nutritional supplements. Visit www.ShopNaturalNews.com to see the selection right now. Shipping is FREE on most orders (see site for details), and the selection of products available includes: • Spirulina • Astaxanthin • Turmeric • Cacao • Mangosteen • Acai • Goji berries • Rooibos &bull...

Health Ranger Donates Elements for Life Distributorship in Pursuit of Free Speech

By Mike Adams, January 21 2009
(NaturalNews) Since its inception, I've been an advocate for the Elements for Life company, which offers outstanding superfoods through a direct sales distribution model (which its co-founder Adam calls "fractal marketing"). As mentioned previously on NaturalNews, our non-profit Consumer Wellness Center maintained a distributorship position designed to raise funds for our nutrition grant programs (we've already awarded over $8,000 in grants to programs for children and expectant mothers). As of...

Weight Gain: A New Reason to Get Smokers to Kick the Habit

By Reuben Chow, January 21 2009
(NewsTarget) Smoking is bad for health, period. Its ill-effects extend beyond respiratory issues and lung cancer to other parts of the body, too. It, for example, has also been linked in recent studies to bladder cancer and colorectal cancer. And now, research in Finland has revealed that smoking during adolescence is strongly associated with obesity in adulthood - this applied to both men and women. Details and Findings of Study The study, published in the American Journal of Public Health...

Hormone Replacement Therapy Makes Brains Shrink

By Sherry Baker, January 21 2009
(NewsTarget) Two new studies just published in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, have both good news and bad news for women who take or have taken hormone replacement therapy . One study says the hormone treatment isn't linked to small brain lesions which are the first sign of cerebrovascular disease. But before menopausal and post-menopausal women on HRT breathe a sigh of relief, consider this: the second study concludes hormone therapy appears to cause brain shrinkage...

Billions to Suffer Food Shortages

By Jo Hartley, January 21 2009
(NewsTarget) Scientists are warning that approximately half of the entire world population may face severe food shortages by the end of the century due to increasing temperatures affecting crop yields. Elevated temperatures are threatening crops such as rice and maize and these crops may decline by 20 to 40 percent during the tropic and sub tropic growing season. In addition, warmer temperatures in these regions are predicted to increase the likelihood of drought. This would further exacerbate...

Vegetarian Author John Robbins Financially Hit Hard by Madoff Ponzi Scheme Collapse

By Mike Adams, January 20 2009
(NaturalNews) The $50 billion Ponzi scheme operated by Wall Street criminal Bernie Madoff has reportedly struck a victim in the vegetarian foods community: John Robbins, author of Diet For A New America and other popular food culture books has been reportedly wiped out. A letter on VegSource.com (http://www.vegsource.com/articles2/robbins_help.htm) asks readers to send money to Robbins and help him and his wife pay their mortgage, saying "To economize, the family has rented out every extra room...



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