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hospital feature articles

Man saved by vitamin C to lead protest at corrupt Auckland Hospital
Published September 16 2012
Concepts: vitamin C, doctor, Auckland, doctors, hospital

Patient dies after surgeon takes lunch break during kidney operation
Published September 15 2012
Concepts: lunch, hospital, nurse, man, surgeons

Pulling healthy teeth, cutting off a leg, killing a psychiatric patient: nightmare at Parkland Hospital
Published September 6 2012
Concepts: hospital, teeth, news, health, nightmare

Unnecessary cardiac procedures being performed by greedy doctors, whistleblower reveals
Published August 31 2012
Concepts: doctors, procedures, hospital, cardiac procedures, whistleblower

The last antibiotic: Drug companies run out of weapons against the very same superbugs they helped create
Published August 30 2012
Concepts: superbugs, superbug, drug, antibiotic, drug companies

Obama and Romney both adore the third leading cause of death in America
Published August 29 2012
Concepts: medical, death, health, drug, Obama

Pregnant women were used as human guinea pigs in thalidomide trials
Published August 2 2012
Concepts: thalidomide, women, guinea pigs, pregnant women, drug

Top officials of US military cover up "Auschwitz-type" conditions in Afghan hospital
Published August 1 2012
Concepts: military, hospital, conditions, US military, WHO

Health Ranger interviews health freedom attorney Jonathan Emord about Rawesome raids
Published July 27 2012
Concepts: people, health, government, milk, Health Ranger

UK patient needlessly dies of dehydration due to neglect as part of 'backdoor euthanasia' program
Published July 14 2012
Concepts: UK, patients, hospital, dehydration, neglect

High spike in suicide rates among psychiatric patients points to pharmaceutical repercussions
Published July 6 2012
Concepts: suicide, patients, psychiatric patients, rates, suicides

Pregnant? How to avoid hospital Hep B vaccine woes
Published June 28 2012
Concepts: vaccine, hospital, legal, rights, avoid

The Hospital Birth - Why most women are putting themselves at risk
Published June 24 2012
Concepts: birth, hospital, women, risk, labor

Greek healthcare system collapses, hospital workers now working without pay
Published June 22 2012
Concepts: healthcare, workers, hospital, hospital workers, healthcare system

Forced medical intervention - Disrespecting informed consent
Published June 21 2012
Concepts: medical, doctors, hospital, medical intervention, patients

Dozens of autism brains at Harvard hospital found rotting after freezer failure
Published June 20 2012
Concepts: autism, brains, brain, Harvard, hospital

How a nervous breakdown can lead to treatment that destroys your brain
Published June 12 2012
Concepts: treatment, mental health, nervous breakdown, heal, mental

Boost your defenses against flesh-eating bacteria
Published June 9 2012
Concepts: MRSA, hospital, bacteria, infection, cases

MRSA variant resistant to last line of antibiotic defense
Published June 4 2012
Concepts: antibiotic, MRSA, bacteria, infection, antibiotics

Spy cams installed in NY hospital bathrooms to monitor handwashing
Published June 3 2012
Concepts: hospital, hospitals, health, spy cams, 5

Global organ harvesting a booming black market business; a kidney harvested every hour
Published June 3 2012
Concepts: WHO, black market, business, organs, organ harvesting

We knew this day would come - Deadly strain of MRSA now resistant to last-line antibiotics for infections
Published May 31 2012
Concepts: MRSA, antibiotics, 5, infections, hospital

Hospitals serving up flesh-eating bacteria?
Published May 24 2012
Concepts: hospital, hospitals, infection, cases, flesh-eating bacteria

Large hospitals spread MRSA superbug
Published May 15 2012
Concepts: MRSA, hospitals, hospital, health, patients

Dr. Rashid Buttar talks vaccines on the Robert Scott Bell Show
Published May 12 2012
Concepts: Robert Scott Bell, Rashid Buttar, men, vaccine, vaccines

Swiss government report declares homeopathy is 'cost effective' in treating patients
Published April 29 2012
Concepts: homeopathic, Swiss, medicine, cost, report

Vitamin C cured polio during the epidemic of 1948 - 49
Published April 27 2012
Concepts: vitamin C, polio, epidemic, hospital, history

Many US hospitals, including children's hospitals, continue to serve McDonald's fast food in their cafeterias
Published April 25 2012
Concepts: hospitals, food, hospital, McDonald's, fast food

Florida mom suing hospital after nurse severs her infant daughter's pinky finger
Published March 30 2012
Concepts: hospital, nurse, Florida, mom, daughter

Hospital workers call police to seize newborn baby, throw momma out of the building, assault child with dangerous vaccines
Published March 29 2012
Concepts: hospital, child, baby, police, workers

Chicago police officer tells reporters that their First Amendment rights 'can be terminated'
Published March 29 2012
Concepts: Chicago, police, rights, First Amendment, arrest

Commonly prescribed drugs and hospitals are killing and harming the elderly
Published March 28 2012
Concepts: drugs, hospital, hospitals, elderly, drug

Unvaccinated people a public health threat? Nope, people who take antibiotics are the real danger
Published March 6 2012
Concepts: WHO, antibiotics, people, unvaccinated, health

Hospitals stored dead children's brains in jars
Published February 15 2012
Concepts: brains, hospitals, Southampton, brain, police

Teen girl rushed to hospital for eating nothing but chicken nuggets for 15 years
Published February 7 2012
Concepts: chicken, hospital, eating, fast food, health

Hospital pharmacist sentenced for stealing morphine and other prescription painkiller drugs
Published February 6 2012
Concepts: morphine, pharmacist, stealing, prescription, hospital

Home births have increased by nearly 30 percent since 2004
Published February 1 2012
Concepts: birth, home, home births, women, babies

Prescription heart drugs kill dozens of hospital patients in Pakistan
Published January 30 2012
Concepts: drugs, drug, patients, hospital patients, heart

Mass psychogenic illness or brain damage of unknown origin?
Published January 24 2012
Concepts: men, illness, HPV, girls, vaccine

Hospital bills man $44 million for treating his pneumonia
Published January 20 2012
Concepts: hospital, bills, hospital bills, man, pneumonia

Was teen prodigy Arfa Karim Randhawa's tragic death caused by pesticides or vaccines?
Published January 16 2012
Concepts: 5, pesticides, pesticide, vaccines, NaturalNews

Stop Iatrogenesis - The number three killer in America is preventable
Published January 5 2012
Concepts: death, drug, America, medical, deaths

Hospitals install spying cameras to track hand washing rates among medical workers
Published December 21 2011
Concepts: hand washing, medical, rates, hospitals, hospital

Half of all hospital rooms contaminated with deadly superbugs
Published November 6 2011
Concepts: hospital, superbugs, hospital rooms, infection, superbug

Hospitals raking in cash from unnecessary surgery for dying seniors
Published October 29 2011
Concepts: surgery, medicare, hospitals, unnecessary surgery, cash

Nursing home scandal exposed: Lost generation of senior citizens being hospitalized for profit
Published October 4 2011
Concepts: home, nursing home, hospital, homes, patients

Prostate biopsy complications soar, causing hospitalizations and death
Published September 23 2011
Concepts: biopsy, Prostate, complications, men, hospital

How hospitals violate healthcare worker vaccine rights - with impunity
Published September 22 2011
Concepts: vaccine, employees, hospital, vaccines, rights

Hospital patients now being microchipped with "electronic tattoos"
Published August 25 2011
Concepts: microchipped, patients, hospital, hospital patients, microchips

97 percent of hospital superbugs killed with copper
Published August 22 2011
Concepts: copper, hospital, antibiotic, silver, bacteria

Doctors discover female reproductive system growing inside abdomen of Indian man admitted to hospital for stomach pains
Published August 20 2011
Concepts: hospital, doctors, stomach, organs, sex

Unneeded hospital blood tests giving heart attack victims life-threatening anemia
Published August 10 2011
Concepts: blood, hospital, heart, heart attack, anemia

Visiting a hospital far riskier than flying in an airplane
Published July 29 2011
Concepts: hospital, health, flying, patients, hospitals

Hospital files $9.2 million claim against estate of patient who died after five-year stay
Published July 27 2011
Concepts: hospital, WHO, bills, daughter, news

UK nurse arrested for allegedly murdering hospitals patients
Published July 26 2011
Concepts: nurse, UK, hospital, hospitals, murdered

Antimicrobial copper kills 97 percent of deadly bacteria, reduces infection rate by 40 percent
Published July 15 2011
Concepts: antimicrobial, copper, infection, bacteria, deadly bacteria

Cruel Medical Radiation
Published July 7 2011
Concepts: radiation, cancer, women, medicine, patients

Hypnosis helps cancer patients by allowing the use of local anesthesia -- and may prevent metastasis
Published June 18 2011
Concepts: hypnosis, cancer, anesthesia, patients, surgery

UK hospital staff heartlessly left man to die in hallway, ten hours later dragged his corpse away
Published June 10 2011
Concepts: man, UK, hospital, nurse, fatalities

Hospitals mislead patients about benefits of robotic surgery
Published May 25 2011
Concepts: hospitals, patients, hospital, benefits, website

Home births up 20 percent as more Americans prefer natural child birth
Published May 24 2011
Concepts: home, birth, home births, natural, child

Homeopathy under attack - Bioethics expert argues for closure of homeopathic hospital
Published May 24 2011
Concepts: homeopathic, bioethics, hospital, homeopathy, health

Medical Fundamentalists Misinform on Homeopathy Again
Published May 11 2011
Concepts: homeopathy, medical fundamentalists, medical, homeopathic, report

My interview with Patch Adams. What's your gesundheit?
Published May 7 2011
Concepts: health, free, interview, hospital, world

Patients who enter hospitals are at high risk of potentially deadly infections or medical mistakes
Published April 26 2011
Concepts: infections, patients, hospitals, medical, risk

Cancer-detecting dogs could be coming to a hospital near you
Published April 12 2011
Concepts: dogs, cancer, dog, hospital, detection

The King's Homeopath
Published March 2 2011
Concepts: homeopathic, King, homeopathy, medicine, men

Helping someone in the hospital
Published February 24 2011
Concepts: magnesium, hospital, doctor, medicine, health

Deadly medical errors still common in U.S. hospitals
Published February 21 2011
Concepts: medical, errors, medical errors, hospitals, hospital

Doctors in training taught to physically violate unconscious patients (explicit)
Published January 30 2011
Concepts: medical, patients, students, doctors, unconscious

Underreported hospital delirium is on the rise
Published January 29 2011
Concepts: hospital, patients, sleep, malpractice, medical

Hospitals to begin publicly reporting preventable infections, deaths they cause
Published December 11 2010
Concepts: infections, hospitals, hospital, deaths, report

Heart disorder rises 200 percent in Australia over last 15 years
Published December 11 2010
Concepts: heart, Australia, disorder, research, hospital

Bird songs lend therapeutic powers to hospital patients
Published December 4 2010
Concepts: hospital, bird songs, song, birds, calm

Vitamin C Mega Dosing - Big Pharma suppresses an inexpensive powerful cure
Published December 3 2010
Concepts: vitamin C, mega dose, Big Pharma, medicine, hospital

New mental hospital unveiled but Nurse Ratched now pusher for Big Pharma
Published December 2 2010
Concepts: hospital, mental, mental hospital, drug, nurse

Hospital botches operation causing healthy woman to lose both legs
Published November 29 2010
Concepts: hospital, healthy, woman, operations, hospitals

Medical mistakes kill 15,000 patients every month
Published November 20 2010
Concepts: patients, medical, hospital, mistakes, medical mistakes

Antibiotics and Hospitals Cause Alarming Rise in Life-Threatening C Difficile Infections
Published November 11 2010
Concepts: antibiotics, hospitals, antibiotic, natural, health

Doctor fired from hospital for warning patients about dangers of gastric band surgery
Published November 8 2010
Concepts: gastric band, patients, warning, doctor, dangers

History Contains Evidence of Bias against Homeopathy
Published October 2 2010
Concepts: homeopathic, history, hospital, homeopathy, evidence

Guatemalan STD medical experiments were just one crime in a long history of medical-government collusion to use humans as guinea pigs
Published October 2 2010
Concepts: men, 5, news, experiments, NaturalNews

Want to improve your mood? Try vitamin C
Published September 26 2010
Concepts: vitamin C, improve, mood, natural, hospital

Home Births and Midwives are a Growing Trend
Published September 23 2010
Concepts: birth, midwives, home births, home, natural

Australia bans flu vaccines in children after vomiting, fevers, seizures
Published August 27 2010
Concepts: vaccine, children, child, vaccines, flu

Johns Hopkins researcher speaks out: arrogance of doctors is killing tens of thousands of patients
Published August 3 2010
Concepts: hospital, infection, infections, doctors, hospitals

Butt jobs gone bad: Women have their rear ends injected with household caulk
Published August 2 2010
Concepts: women, jobs, butt jobs, household, surgery

Antibiotics May Make Us Fat
Published July 30 2010
Concepts: antibiotic, homeopathic, 5, antibiotics, medicine

Pharmaceutical drug contamination of waterways threatens life on our planet
Published July 29 2010
Concepts: drug, water, harm, contamination, drugs

Accused murderer receives liver organ transplant while others wait to die
Published July 27 2010
Concepts: liver, organ transplant, organs, WHO, industry

Texas nurse prosecuted for daring to report actions of bad doctor
Published July 13 2010
Concepts: nurse, Texas, report, hospital, malpractice

Missouri hospital subjects brain cancer patients to massive overdose of radiation
Published June 24 2010
Concepts: radiation, hospital, patients, overdose, brain

U.K. hospital caused "unimaginable suffering" neglecting patients
Published June 23 2010
Concepts: hospital, neglect, government, patients, trust

New doctors linked to unnecessary deaths, especially in July
Published June 22 2010
Concepts: deaths, doctors, hospital, new doctors, death

U.S. Hospitals Secretly Promote Black Market Trading of Harvested Organs for Transplants
Published June 15 2010
Concepts: hospitals, black market, organs, hospital, U.S. hospitals

Patient dies in waiting room at NYC hospital after waiting 24 hours with a blood clot
Published June 15 2010
Concepts: hospital, waiting room, blood, federal, investigation

Hospital tried to silence whistleblower; up to 1,000 patients may have died from negligence
Published June 7 2010
Concepts: hospital, patients, whistleblower, whistleblowers, report

1,200 patients killed in hospital, abused by staff, lying in filth
Published May 14 2010
Concepts: hospital, patients, abuse, neglect, baby

Terminal cancer patients spend final days suffering from radiation therapy that does nothing
Published May 11 2010
Concepts: patients, therapy, cancer, radiation, cancer patients

The 10 biggest health care lies in America
Published April 21 2010
Concepts: health, disease, medicine, health care, lies

Over One in Six Older ER Patients Wrongly Given Potentially Harmful Drugs
Published April 16 2010
Concepts: patients, medication, study, medications, emergency

America does not have a shortage of doctors, it has an excess of disease
Published April 14 2010
Concepts: America, doctors, men, doctor, shortage

Some US hospital patients exposed to 700 percent excess radiation from CT scans
Published April 12 2010
Concepts: radiation, patients, hospital, exposed, hospital patients

Twenty percent of hospital patients have diabetes
Published April 1 2010
Concepts: diabetes, patients, hospital, hospital patients, health

Drug-addicted surgery tech gave hepatitis C to dozens of patients
Published March 30 2010
Concepts: surgery, hepatitis, hepatitis C, hospital, patients

Hospital superbugs kill 48,000 patients a year
Published March 25 2010
Concepts: hospital, infection, infections, superbugs, patients

New drug-resistant bacteria emerging in hospitals
Published March 6 2010
Concepts: bacteria, antibiotic, drug-resistant, drug-resistant bacteria, drug

Doctors Keep Patients, Families in the Dark About Death
Published March 5 2010
Concepts: patients, doctors, hospital, family, cases

Glaxo Birth Defect Litigation Reveals Paxil Promoters on Speed Dial
Published March 3 2010
Concepts: doctor, Glaxo, Paxil, women, drug

Oops! Brain cancer patients over-irradiated with miscalibrated radiotherapy machines
Published February 26 2010
Concepts: radiation, cancer, machine, patients, brain

Hospitals consider banning bedside flower bouquets
Published February 22 2010
Concepts: flowers, hospitals, hospital, patients, ban

Doctors misdiagnose woman with HIV, hepatitis and herpes, destroying her marriage
Published February 10 2010
Concepts: HIV, hepatitis, herpes, doctors, woman

Drug-Resistant Bacteria Often Brought Home From the Hospital by Patients
Published February 8 2010
Concepts: hospital, home, MRSA, bacteria, drug-resistant bacteria

Prisoners Have Better Diet Than Some Hospital Patients
Published January 22 2010
Concepts: prisoners, patients, diet, hospital, hospitals

Antibiotic Resistant Germs Threaten while Colloidal Silver is Banned in EU
Published January 21 2010
Concepts: antibiotic, silver, colloidal silver, bacteria, antibiotics

247 Americans Die Every Day from Doctors not Washing Their Hands
Published January 20 2010
Concepts: hospital, hand washing, doctors, americans, hospitals

Most hospital patients are unaware of what drugs they are given
Published January 18 2010
Concepts: drugs, hospital, patients, hospital patients, drug

Drug Side Effects Blamed for 20 Percent of Hospital Readmissions
Published January 4 2010
Concepts: hospital, side effects, drug, drug side effects, harm

Drug-Addicted Surgical Technician Replaced Patients' Needles With Her Own Used Syringes
Published December 15 2009
Concepts: syringes, patients, WHO, hepatitis C, hospital

Studies find copper may help protect against MRSA and other hospital superbugs
Published December 13 2009
Concepts: copper, MRSA, hospital, bacteria, studies

Drug resistant staph infections on the rise in U.S. hospitals
Published December 10 2009
Concepts: infections, staph infections, infection, drug, hospital

VA Hospital Botched Prostate Cancer Treatments in Nearly Four out of Five Men
Published December 3 2009
Concepts: hospital, treatments, prostate cancer, Prostate, cancer treatments

Few Hospital Patients Survive Cardiac Arrest; CPR Has Made No Improvements in Decades
Published December 1 2009
Concepts: cardiac arrest, hospital, CPR, patients, hospital patients

Deadly MRSA superbug has 50 percent mortality rate in hospital patients
Published November 30 2009
Concepts: MRSA, antibiotic, hospital, mortality, superbug

Psychiatric Patients Tied to Their Beds in Greek Hospitals
Published November 28 2009
Concepts: patients, psychiatric patients, mental, Europe, hospital

Sick-care industry responsible for 8 percent of US carbon emissions
Published November 13 2009
Concepts: carbon, industry, environment, health, health care

When Antibiotics Fail, Nurses Turn to Maggots And Manuka Honey to Beat Superbugs
Published November 12 2009
Concepts: honey, Manuka honey, maggots, antibiotics, UK

Brooklyn girl winds up in hospital after being injected with H1N1 swine flu vaccine without parental permission
Published November 4 2009
Concepts: flu, child, hospital, swine flu, school

Obama's H1N1 national emergency declaration could invoke FEMA response to pandemic (opinion)
Published October 26 2009
Concepts: emergency, fema, H1N1, pandemic, declaration

Profit Drive Swine Flu Propaganda - Pump Up the Volume - Part 2
Published October 22 2009
Concepts: flu, death, report, swine flu, vaccine

Medical Errors Still Common in U.S. Hospitals
Published October 21 2009
Concepts: medical, errors, medical errors, hospital, hospitals

Proton pump inhibitor linked to pneumonia deaths in hospitalized patients
Published October 13 2009
Concepts: pneumonia, patients, drug, hospital, drugs

Home Births Proven as Safe as Hospital Births
Published September 30 2009
Concepts: home, hospital, birth, safe, home births

Interview with Kirt Tyson, Former Type-I Diabetic, Featured in "Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days"
Published September 11 2009
Concepts: raw, diabetes, raw food, insulin, diet

Home Births with Midwife Safe As Hospital for Babies, Fewer Infections and Less Bleeding for Moms
Published September 9 2009
Concepts: home, birth, home births, safe, hospital

Treating Psoriasis with UVB light is easier than you think
Published September 8 2009
Concepts: psoriasis, treatment, light, hospital, safe

The Mothers Act Disease Mongering Campaign - Part V
Published August 28 2009
Concepts: men, risk, women, WHO, drug

The Mothers Act Disease Mongering Campaign - Part IV
Published August 27 2009
Concepts: men, depression, drug, disease, website

Swine Flu Could Combine With Hospital Superbugs to Kill Thousands
Published August 17 2009
Concepts: flu, MRSA, hospital, swine flu, superbugs

Hospital Laboratory Testing Fails to Detect Most Magnesium Deficiencies
Published August 5 2009
Concepts: magnesium, hospital, body, testing, laboratory

Music Possesses an Amazing Healing Power
Published July 21 2009
Concepts: music, heal, healing, brain, patients

Hospital-Acquired Superbug Infections Soar in Newborn Babies
Published July 9 2009
Concepts: infections, infection, superbug, news, MRSA

Hospital of Horrors in UK Killed Hundreds
Published June 18 2009
Concepts: hospital, patients, UK, trust, report

UV Lights in Hospitals Could Reduce Spread of TB by 70 Percent
Published June 9 2009
Concepts: lights, light, hospitals, hospital, 5

Vision of Birth: Factors to Consider before Delivering Your Baby
Published June 2 2009
Concepts: birth, baby, vision, hospital, home

New Evidence: PPI Stomach Acid Drugs Cause Pneumonia
Published May 31 2009
Concepts: acid, drugs, drug, medication, 5

Cell Phones Spreading Superbugs in Hospitals
Published May 14 2009
Concepts: MRSA, infection, hospital, cell phones, superbugs

Canadian Hospital Fails to Quarantine Patients with Swine Flu Symptoms
Published May 4 2009
Concepts: hospital, flu, health, swine flu, quarantine

Timeline: World History of Viral Pandemics: 412BC to 2009
Published May 1 2009
Concepts: flu, 5, man, influenza, bird flu

Florida Hospital Caught in Swine Flu Cover-Up?
Published April 28 2009
Concepts: flu, swine flu, Florida, hospital, infection

As Swine Flu Spreads, Conspiracy Theories of Laboratory Origins Abound
Published April 27 2009
Concepts: flu, swine flu, virus, human, conspiracy

Elderly Being Poisoned by Cocktail of Prescription Drugs at Hospitals
Published April 10 2009
Concepts: drug, elderly, drugs, patients, cocktail

Psychiatric Hospital Operates Like Prison, with Sex Abuse and Violent Assaults
Published April 1 2009
Concepts: hospital, sex, patients, sex abuse, form

Hospitals Are Breeding Grounds for Superbugs
Published March 23 2009
Concepts: antibiotic, superbug, bugs, natural, Amazon

Stethoscopes Infected with Deadly Bacteria
Published March 18 2009
Concepts: stethoscopes, MRSA, infection, emergency, infections

Hospital Patients Made Sicker with Drug Reactions
Published February 19 2009
Concepts: hospital, drug, patients, hospital patients, hospitals

Aggressive Use of Diabetes Drugs Kills More People Than it Helps
Published February 16 2009
Concepts: aggressive, diabetes, drugs, people, diabetes drugs

Unwarranted Medical Procedures Burden Taxpayers and Necessitate Bailouts
Published February 12 2009
Concepts: medical, procedures, taxpayers, medical procedures, cesarean section

Hospitals Flush 250 Million Pounds of Expired Drugs Into Public Sewers Every Year
Published February 10 2009
Concepts: drugs, drug, hospitals, water, harm

Insurance Companies and Hospitals Use Personal Data to Deny Services
Published January 21 2009
Concepts: health, hospitals, insurance, companies, insurance companies

Antibiotics Kill Eighty Thousand Chinese a Year
Published January 14 2009
Concepts: antibiotics, antibiotic, health, Chinese, drug

U.S. Hospitals: Still Unsafe and Too Often Deadly
Published January 9 2009
Concepts: hospital, health, hospitals, infection, infections

A Severe Heart Attack Found More Deadly for Women
Published December 17 2008
Concepts: men, heart, heart attack, women, hospital

17 Babies Nearly Killed by Blood Thinner Overdose at Texas Hospital
Published November 30 2008
Concepts: overdose, blood, Texas, babies, blood thinner

Three Southern California Hospitals Accused of Recruiting Indigents to Commit Fraud
Published November 18 2008
Concepts: hospitals, California, recruiting, hospital, patients

Food Allergies among Children in the US on the Rise
Published November 17 2008
Concepts: food, allergies, children, food allergies, child

Hospital Nutrition Mirrors an Unhealthy Lifestyle, and Now an Unhealthy Economy
Published November 6 2008
Concepts: hospital, food, health, nutrition, lifestyle

Learn How to Increase Your Physical and Mental Energy, with Dr. Gabriel Cousens
Published November 4 2008
Concepts: energy, mental, Gabriel Cousens, fasting, how to

Air Pollution Has Negative Effects on Heart Health
Published November 4 2008
Concepts: heart, pollution, health, air pollution, natural

Dispelling the Myths Surrounding Homeopathy
Published November 1 2008
Concepts: home, homeopathy, homeopathic, medicine, heal

Psych Ward Workers Ignore Dying Woman, Falsify Patient Records to Bury Incident
Published October 30 2008
Concepts: woman, psych ward, workers, green, security

Many U.S. Hospitals Directly Discourage Breastfeeding
Published October 26 2008
Concepts: hospitals, hospital, U.S. hospitals, birth, breastfeeding

Hospitals Push Tdap Vaccine On New Mothers
Published October 22 2008
Concepts: vaccine, mothers, form, WHO, doctor

Presenting 50 Facts About Homeopathy
Published October 16 2008
Concepts: homeopathic, homeopathy, medicine, 5, homeopathic medicine

Hospital Removes Wrong Kidney From Sick Child
Published October 1 2008
Concepts: hospital, child, review, findings, children

Hospital Warning: Antibacterial Wipes Found to Spread Superbugs
Published September 17 2008
Concepts: hospital, antibacterial, researchers, natural, bacteria

Nurses Exposed to Toxic Cleaning Chemicals in Hospitals; Cancer Risk Elevated
Published September 11 2008
Concepts: nurses, nurse, exposed, chemicals, toxic

Health Update: Grazing Animals, Uninsured Americans and the California Hospital Strike (satire)
Published August 29 2008
Concepts: health, hospital, americans, California, animals

Veterans Hospital Told to Stop Diagnosing Iraq War Soldiers with PTSD
Published August 25 2008
Concepts: veterans, Iraq, hospital, war, Iraq war

Hospitals Are a Major Health Hazard
Published August 18 2008
Concepts: hospital, hospitals, health, patients, heal

Hospital Worker Receives Nearly $5 Million Reward in Whistleblower Reward Over Hospital Billing Fraud
Published August 5 2008
Concepts: hospital, whistleblower, medicare, lawsuit, nurse

L.A. Hospitals Dumps Paraplegic Patient in Street Gutter
Published August 1 2008
Concepts: hospitals, hospital, homeless, lawsuit, Los Angeles

Mayo Clinic Hospital Surgeon Takes Photo of Patient's Penis During Surgical Procedure
Published July 24 2008
Concepts: hospital, Arizona, report, medical

Diabetic Hospitalizations Among Youth Rises 38 Percent Since 1993
Published July 6 2008
Concepts: diabetic, hospital, diabetes, youth, increase

Research Shows Disinfectant Wipes Spread Superbugs in Hospitals
Published July 6 2008
Concepts: bacteria, research, superbugs, shows, health

One in Nine Emergency Room Visits Caused by Pharmaceuticals
Published June 24 2008
Concepts: drug, harm, study, emergency, 5

Blood Transfusions Increase Risk of Heart Attack and Death
Published June 23 2008
Concepts: blood, heart, increase, patients, heart attack

Top Psychiatric Researcher Dr. Biederman Caught Lying about $1.6 Million in Drug Money; Performed Medical Experiments on Children
Published June 10 2008
Concepts: child, drug, children, medical, experiments

Hospital-bred Superbugs Escaping into Communities, Threatening Children
Published May 27 2008
Concepts: communities, escaping, superbugs, hospital, MRSA

Medical Tyranny: Patient Refuses Rectal Exam, Doctor Won't Butt Out
Published May 26 2008
Concepts: doctor, medical, hospital, injury, WHO

Brain Surgeons Can't Tell Left from Right: Third Operating Mistake on Wrong Side of Patient's Head
Published May 12 2008
Concepts: brain, hospital, surgeons, medical mistakes, surgery

MRSA Superbug Invades Public Schools as Conventional Medicine Ignores Natural Cures
Published May 2 2008
Concepts: MRSA, medicine, schools, school, infection

Medical Mix Ups Are All Too Common for Children
Published April 25 2008
Concepts: children, hospital, medical, UPS, study

Odds of Intensive Care Medication Errors Are Over One Hundred Percent
Published April 16 2008
Concepts: medication, errors, medical, health, medication errors

Survey: 98% Say Parents Should Have Right to Refuse Vaccination of Children
Published April 8 2008
Concepts: vaccine, vaccines, heal, parents, vaccination

A Look Inside a Baghdad Hospital
Published April 4 2008
Concepts: hospital, film, people, WHO, war

The End of Antibiotics
Published March 26 2008
Concepts: antibiotic, antibiotics, infection, bacteria, infections

The End of Antibiotics and the Rise of Iodine as an Effective Alternative
Published March 10 2008
Concepts: antibiotic, antibiotics, infection, bacteria, iodine

DNA and Mitochondrial Time Bombs: Uranium and Mercury
Published March 3 2008
Concepts: uranium, diabetes, mercury, cancer, insulin

Vaccines and Medical Experiments on Children, Minorities, Woman and Inmates (1845 - 2007)
Published December 14 2007
Concepts: men, 5, man, news, NaturalNews

Agricultural Antibiotics May Be the Cause of Super-Bugs
Published November 22 2007
Concepts: antibiotic, antibiotics, bacteria, hospital, hospitals

Hospitals rip off self-paying, poor customers with triple prices compared to insurance reimbursements
Published October 1 2007
Concepts: hospitals, prices, hospital, insurance, 5

Hospital admits breaking state laws in surgical mutilation of stunted daughter
Published September 24 2007
Concepts: hospital, laws, child, medical, parents

Gunpoint medicine: Teenager arrested, jailed for refusing TB treatment at hospital
Published August 28 2007
Concepts: health, gunpoint, WHO, treatment, arrest

Unraveling the lies about the antioxidant study on vitamins E and C
Published August 13 2007
Concepts: vitamins, drug, nutrition, antioxidant, study

Why Michael Moore's SiCKO is a health care documentary every American must see
Published June 19 2007
Concepts: health, America, health care, health care system, Sicko

Human pharmacists replaced by robot in UK hospital
Published March 30 2007
Concepts: robot, pharmacists, human, drug, UK

Sloppy medical procedures at LA hospital caused fatal bacterial outbreak
Published January 30 2007
Concepts: hospital, bacteria, medical, procedures, medical procedures

Fast food restaurants at children's hospitals influence parents to feed their families unhealthy meals
Published December 6 2006
Concepts: children's hospitals, food, parents, fast food, restaurants

U.S. hospitals fail basic hygiene standards; infections worsen
Published November 23 2006
Concepts: hospitals, infections, hospital, standards, infection

58 percent of older hospital patients have problems eating, 31 percent leave most of their meal (press release)
Published November 13 2006
Concepts: patients, hospital, eating, problems, hospital patients

Prostate Cancer Treatment Increases Risk of Diabetes and Heart Disease (press release)
Published November 7 2006
Concepts: cancer, men, prostate cancer, Prostate, risk

Employers increasingly tapping medical tourism for cost savings
Published November 6 2006
Concepts: cost, medical, tourism, medical tourism, employers

Can a Vitamin Treat Multiple Sclerosis? (press release)
Published November 6 2006
Concepts: nicotinamide, children, research, hospital, treatment

"Clean" computer keyboards to fight hospital infections
Published November 3 2006
Concepts: hospital, computer keyboards, hospital hygiene, infection, research

Medical tourism flourishing in Philippines while U.S. health care costs skyrocket
Published October 31 2006
Concepts: medical, health care costs, Philippines, health, tourism

Hospital food is so bad that patients won't eat it
Published October 17 2006
Concepts: hospital food, patients, hospital, hospitals, survey

John Hammell of International Advocates for Health Freedom discusses health freedom under siege; Part 1
Published October 16 2006
Concepts: CODEX, health, heal, supplement, man

Psychiatric patients stage fence-climbing "prison break" from mental health treatment center
Published October 11 2006
Concepts: patients, mental, psychiatric patients, health, mental health

Five-year-old girl dies after dental visit, overdose of sedatives
Published September 28 2006
Concepts: dental, dentistry, overdose, accidental deaths, hospital

Obesity Surgery Complication Rates Higher than Previously Thought (press release)
Published September 27 2006
Concepts: surgery, obesity, obesity surgery, complications, 5

Medical ethics: Hospital refuses to tell patients who received implants of stolen bones
Published September 25 2006
Concepts: patients, WHO, implants, medical, hospital

Medical identity theft on the rise as health care desperation leads to crime
Published September 25 2006
Concepts: medical, identity theft, medical identity theft, health, ID theft

Misdosing common for powerful anti-clotting drugs (press release)
Published September 18 2006
Concepts: drugs, patients, drug, research, hospital

Two infants dead, four injured by blood-thinning drugs administered at hospital
Published September 18 2006
Concepts: infants, drugs, blood thinner, hospital, drug

Smoking increases risk and omega-3 fatty acids decreases risk of blinding disease (press release)
Published September 11 2006
Concepts: risk, Harvard, research, AMD, disease

Emphasis on performance measures may lead to inappropriate antibiotic use (press release)
Published September 8 2006
Concepts: antibiotic, performance, lead, pneumonia, patients

Chronic Middle Ear Infections Linked to Resistant Biofilm Bacteria; Groundbreaking Study Makes Definitive Statement Against Use of Antibiotics to Treat Children With Chronic Otitis Media (press release)
Published September 8 2006
Concepts: children, child, bacteria, media, infections

Thiamin deficiency common in hospitalized heart failure patients (press release)
Published August 28 2006
Concepts: heart failure, heart, patients, deficiency, study

MRSA bacteria called a worse health threat than SARS or bird flu
Published August 21 2006
Concepts: MRSA, bacteria, SARS, health, threat

Artificial hospital lights harm health of babies
Published August 21 2006
Concepts: light, health, hospital, lights, harm

Angioplasty overkill? Financial incentives may be driving surgeons to massively over-treat heart patients
Published August 21 2006
Concepts: angioplasty, surgeons, financial, financial incentives, heart

Drug-resistant bacteria increasingly common in US hospitals
Published August 17 2006
Concepts: drug-resistant bacteria, drug-resistant, infections, hospital, skin

Chemotherapy side effects send 61 percent of women to hospital emergency rooms, research shows
Published August 16 2006
Concepts: women, chemotherapy, side effects, emergency, research

High Blood Sugar Can Be Deadly After Heart Attack (press release)
Published August 8 2006
Concepts: blood, blood sugar, high blood sugar, heart, heart attack

Top Hospital Suppliers Announce Safer Non-PVC Medical Devices at CleanMed (press release)
Published August 2 2006
Concepts: medical, health, medical devices, hospital, health care

Medical tourism adopted by businesses; employees sent offshore for cost-saving surgical procedures
Published August 1 2006
Concepts: medical, tourism, medical tourism, employees, cost

Hospital Purchasing Group Signs Deal with Major Organic Food Distributor (press release)
Published July 20 2006
Concepts: food, health, organic, organic food, hospitals

New Study Shows Need for a Major Overhaul of How United States Manages Chronic Illness (press release)
Published July 6 2006
Concepts: hospital, illness, chronic illness, patients, health

Gunpoint medicine: Why conventional medicine must use intimidation to control patients (opinion)
Published July 2 2006
Concepts: medicine, patients, men, gunpoint, doctor

Common painkillers associated with increased risk of first hospital admission for heart failure (press release)
Published July 1 2006
Concepts: heart, failure, heart failure, hospital, risk

Medicine at gunpoint: Seattle mother arrested for "kidnapping" her own baby to seek alternative treatments
Published June 30 2006
Concepts: medicine, child, baby, drug, health

Outrage! Preschoolers used as guinea pigs in psychotropic drug tests
Published May 18 2006
Concepts: drug, child, children, disease, preschoolers

TGN1412 drug trial update: One patient may lose fingers and toes due to drug side effects
Published May 8 2006
Concepts: drug, news, TGN1412, man, health

Interview with Jon Barron of Baseline Nutritionals on herbal healing, the bird flu and alternative health
Published April 24 2006
Concepts: people, health, flu, doctor, form

Human medical experimentation in the United States: The shocking true history of modern medicine and psychiatry (1833-1965)
Published March 6 2006
Concepts: men, 5, human, experiments, study

Human medical experimentation in the United States: The shocking true history of modern medicine and psychiatry (1965-2005)
Published March 6 2006
Concepts: men, man, research, human, 5

Is it smart to prepare for bird flu? Here’s what the experts say
Published February 27 2006
Concepts: flu, pandemic, health, world, disease

Bird flu timeline: A history of influenza from 412 BC – AD 2006
Published February 6 2006
Concepts: flu, 5, bird flu, H5N1, Chi

Hospitals may be hazardous to your health
Published February 2 2006
Concepts: hospital, hospitals, doctor, heal, people

Interview with Keith Moeller of American Biotech Labs on the disinfectant powers of colloidal silver
Published November 8 2005
Concepts: silver, hospital, people, AGX32, Malaria

President Bush's bird flu plan fails to teach people how to really protect themselves from a global pandemic
Published November 1 2005
Concepts: flu, bird flu, people, health, influenza

Unnecessary surgery exposed! Why 60% of all surgeries are medically unjustified and how surgeons exploit patients to generate profits
Published October 7 2005
Concepts: surgery, men, medical, form, 5

How to survive a flu pandemic by strengthening your immune system now
Published September 27 2005
Concepts: flu, immune system, pandemic, disease, people

Beating cancer -- how to take charge of your cancer cure and outlive the lies of the cancer industry
Published September 18 2005
Concepts: cancer, heal, food, health, disease

Interview with Dr. Ray Strand, author of Death by Prescription and Releasing Fat
Published July 20 2005
Concepts: drug, people, drugs, health, medication

Physicians and bribery: a closer look at this common medical industry practice
Published July 7 2005
Concepts: doctor, doctors, drug, physicians, men

Why the bird flu virus is less deadly but more dangerous
Published June 21 2005
Concepts: virus, flu, bird flu, bird flu virus, people

Welcome to the town of Allopath
Published June 19 2005
Concepts: town, traffic, car, disease, accidents

Rising popularity of medical tourism reveals deterioration of U.S. healthcare system
Published April 21 2005
Concepts: healthcare, medical, health, hospital, United States

The Cleveland Clinic battles with McDonald's over fast food in hospitals
Published January 30 2005
Concepts: McDonald's, food, fast food, health, hospital

Mental health, Seasonal Affective Disorder, osteoporosis greatly improved by exposure to natural sunlight, vitamin D supplements
Published January 1 2005
Concepts: Vitamin D, Seasonal Affective Disorder, osteoporosis, natural sunlight, seasonal

How to slash national health care costs by 90% through education, nutrition, and a ban on junk food marketing
Published December 5 2004
Concepts: food, health, nutrition, foods, disease

Hospital Superbugs Prove Deadly; Over-Prescription of Antibiotics Contributes to the Problem
Published August 6 2004
Concepts: antibiotics, superbugs, hospital, infectious disease, superbug infections

Hospital warning: medical errors kill 195,000 Americans each year, says new study
Published July 28 2004
Concepts: hospital, medical errors, medical, modern medicine, prescription

Bad medicine: deadly dose of painkillers prescribed to boy with a headache
Published January 16 2004
Concepts: painkillers, hospital, medical, prescription, parents

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