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Broccoli and Tomatoes Fight Prostate Cancer

By Sheryl Walters, April 29 2008
(NewsTarget) Yesterday I was working in London, and as I waited for the bus I saw a sign that said "One man in Britain dies from Prostate Cancer every hour." As my dad, grandfather and great grandfather have all had Prostate cancer, it is of particular interest to me. Combine these two Super Foods for Super Power I am pleased to know that there is a very simple recipe for preventing this form of cancer... eating broccoli and tomatoes together on a daily basis. Both of these have cancer-fighting...

Canada's C-51 Law May Outlaw 60% of Natural Health Products; Big Pharma Pushing to Criminalize Supplements

By Mike Adams, April 28 2008
(NaturalNews) A new law being pushed in Canada by Big Pharma seeks to outlaw up to 60 percent of natural health products currently sold in Canada, even while criminalizing parents who give herbs or supplements to their children. The law, known as C-51, was introduced by the Canadian Minister of Health on April 8th, 2008, and it proposes sweeping changes to Canada's Food and Drugs Act that could have devastating consequences on the health products industry. Among the changes proposed by the bill...

Research Reveals Natural Ways to Help Reduce Arthritis Pain

By Sherry Baker, April 28 2008
(NewsTarget) Arthritis pain can tempt you to veg out on the couch or even make it difficult to get out of bed in the morning. In fact, the last thing you might think would make you feel better is to get up and exercise. But a new study published in the Arthritis Care and Research journal concludes regular exercise is an effective way to significantly improve and manage arthritis pain. The researchers said the idea that exercise exacerbates arthritis pain is a myth - instead, exercise eases pain...

CDC Withdraws Study on Impacts of Chemical Pollution

By Jo Hartley, April 28 2008
(NewsTarget) The Center for Public Integrity is a public interest investigative journalism organization. This group has recently obtained copies of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study of environmental and health data in eight states that was scheduled to be published in July 2007. The report revealed elevated rates of lung, colon, and breast cancer; low birth weight; and infant mortality in several geographical areas. It has not yet been published. A few days before the study...

The Fed's Financial Bailouts Will Rob Americans of Their Future

By Barbara L. Minton, April 28 2008
(NewsTarget) On March 31st, Treasury Secretary Paulson announced a plan to police the financial markets to curtail the possibility of future financial disasters such as the sub prime mortgage meltdown now rocking America. And he did it with a straight face. This plan, that sounds so good on the surface, in fact lays the groundwork for the next big financial bubble, heralds a new era of hyperinflation, and assures further runs on the U.S. dollar. Commentary on the plan centered on the extension...

Important questions about Zrii and other multi-level marketing superfruit juice products

By Mike Adams, April 25 2008
(NaturalNews) This article has been updated in 2011 to pose new questions not just about Zrii but about all the other juices sold at a relatively high price per bottle even though they contain cheap fruit juices such as grape juice, apple juice and pear juice. Most of these products, including Zrii, tend to strongly hype up their "star" ingredients, but they don't make it abundantly clear to people that they're buying a premium-priced juice product containing primarily cheaper fruit juices. For...

Broken Bones Blamed on Osteoporosis When Vitamin D Deficiency Is the Culprit

By Sherry Baker, April 25 2008
(NewsTarget) You are female, over 50, post-menopausal and you keep breaking bones. In fact, you need a hip or knee replacement. The diagnosis? Most likely, your problem will be blamed on osteoporosis. But the real reason you have brittle bones could be a vitamin D deficiency. In a recent review of women with osteoporosis hospitalized for hip fractures, 50 percent were found to have signs of vitamin D deficiency, according to Dr. Kenneth Mathis, chairman of orthopedic surgery at the Methodist...

Why We Should All Get Rid of Our Microwave Ovens

By Sheryl Walters, April 25 2008
(NewsTarget) Microwaves are a feature in nearly every American home. Yet their dangers are well documented. You can do your own home experiment to understand the hazards of microwaving. Plant seeds in two pots. Water one pot with microwaved water and the other pot with regular tap water. The seeds that received microwaved water won't sprout. If microwaved water can stop plants from growing, then imagine what microwaved food is doing to your body. A Swiss study led by biologist and food scientist...

Medical Mix Ups Are All Too Common for Children

By Jo Hartley, April 25 2008
(NewsTarget) Medicine mix-ups, accidental overdoses and bad drug reactions hurt approximately one out of 15 hospitalized children. This is information according to the first scientific test of a new detection method. That number is much higher than was earlier estimated and this information bolsters concerns that are already heightened by well publicized cases such as the accidental drug overdose of actor Dennis Quaid's newborn babies last year. Researchers discovered a rate of 11 drug-related...

Important questions about Zrii and other multi-level marketing superfruit juice products

By Mike Adams, April 24 2008
(NaturalNews) This article has been updated in 2011 to pose new questions not just about Zrii but about all the other juices sold at a relatively high price per bottle even though they contain cheap fruit juices such as grape juice, apple juice and pear juice. Most of these products, including Zrii, tend to strongly hype up their "star" ingredients, but they don't make it abundantly clear to people that they're buying a premium-priced juice product containing primarily cheaper fruit juices. For...

Antioxidant Blends May Offer Protection in Life Threatening Conditions

By Barbara L. Minton, April 24 2008
(NewsTarget) A newly released study suggests that providing yourself with a broad spectrum of antioxidants will offer you protection even under such extreme conditions as total body irradiation. As published in the April, 2008 edition of Radiation Research, the purpose of this study was to determine whether a dietary supplement consisting of L-selenomethionine, vitamin C, vitamin E succinate, alpha-lipoic acid and N-acetyl cysteine could improve the survival of mice after total body irradiation. Study...

Who and What Is the Monsanto Chemical Corporation?

By Jo Hartley, April 24 2008
(NewsTarget) Who and what is the Monsanto Corporation? The Monsanto Chemical Company has a diverse and interesting history. Monsanto is the leading chemical producer for agricultural products. They manufacture the best-selling herbicide RoundUp (as well as other herbicides). They are also the producer of leading seed brands such as DEKALB and Asgrow and they are heavily involved in providing farmers and seed companies with the necessary biotechnology for insect protection and herbicide tolerance...

Some Products Labeled as 'Natural' May Cause Cancer

By Sheryl Walters, April 24 2008
(NewsTarget) An new study reveals that some personal care and cleaning products cannot be trusted. It is a pity that this has happened just as people are becoming empowered to make the organic, natural choice with regard to the products they choose. A study commissioned by the Organic Consumers Association analyzed many of the most popular "natural" and "organic" personal care products for the presence of a carcinogenic substance called contaminant 1,4-Dioxane. The research was conducted by a...

People With Excess Belly Fat Are More Likely to Suffer From Dementia

By Sheryl Walters, April 23 2008
(NewsTarget) A new study shows that middle-aged people with excess fat around the waist and belly are nearly three times more likely to suffer from dementia in their 70s and 80s than people with little to no belly fat. Dementia is a condition which causes memory loss, speech problems, and general brain and mind deterioration. The study, published in The Journal of the American Academy of Neurology researched records from patients who had their abdominal fat measured in the 1960s and 1970s when...

The Amazing Health Benefits of Raw Milk

By Jo Hartley, April 23 2008
(NewsTarget) Most people are unaware that clean, raw milk from grass-fed cows was actually used as a medicine in the early part of the 20th century. Raw milk - straight from the cow - has been called the "stem cell" of foods. It was used as medicine to treat, and many times cure, some serious diseases. From the time of Hippocrates until just after World War II, this miracle liquid nourished and healed millions. Clean raw milk from pastured cows is a completely balanced food. You could live on...

Review: Organic Food Bar Offers Exclusive Discount to Natural News Readers on Their Best Food Bars

By Mike Adams, April 22 2008
(NaturalNews) I recently met with Dr. Jack Singh, founder and president of the Organic Food Bar company, for an interview. I've been a fan of the organic food bar products for many years, and I even reviewed their original food bar several years ago on this website. But I wanted to learn more about the company and the people behind the company, so I invited Dr. Singh for a chat. You see, when I'm surveying products to potentially recommend to NaturalNews readers, I'm just as interested in the...

Scientists Agree That EMFs Pose a Threat to Your Health

By Barbara L. Minton, April 22 2008
(NewsTarget) Electricity has become an integral part of our lives, with electromagnetic fields (EMFs) all around us. Electricity certainly makes our lives easier in many ways. Is it possible that electricity is also making our lives shorter? Most experts agree that some limited exposure to EMFs is not a threat. We can feel reasonably safe using a toaster, for example. The problem comes when we are chronically exposed to large does of EMFs such as encountered when living near power lines or sleeping...

Widespread Ghostwriting of Drug Trials Means "Scientific" Credibility of Pharmaceutical Industry is a Sham

By Mike Adams, April 21 2008
(NaturalNews) The discovery that drug companies have been ghostwriting scientific studies using in-house writers, then paying (bribing) doctors and high-level academics to pretend they were the author of the article is making shockwaves across conventional medicine. This latest revelation of scientific fraud exposes a massive, widespread system of fraud involving not only the drug companies, but also hundreds of different peer-reviewed, "scientific" medical journals that have published these ghostwritten...



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