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|11/12/2016 - In a society that teaches youth "everyone's a winner," no one learns how to lose. From this, we get a pampered, protected, hyper-triggered population of young, homogenized losers who all mistakenly think they are forever on the winning side of history. So when the power of the American Republic turns...|
|8/31/2016 - General Mills is being sued for misleading use of the term "natural" on packages of Nature Valley granola bars, which have been shown to contain residues of the toxic herbicide glyphosate (Roundup).
The lawsuit, filed by Moms Across America, Beyond Pesticides and the Organic Consumers Association,...|
|8/30/2016 - Nature without man – what a strange mental picture. No kids playing in yards. No cars driving on the streets. No planes flying overhead. Nobody at the coffee shops or the national parks. No hustle and bustle. No farmers. No television. Nobody playing pokemon-go (what a tragedy, right?).
|8/10/2016 - After a long day of work it's not unusual to feel out of sorts. Many of us who spend our days at a desk, staring at a computer screen, get home feeling utterly exhausted and yet unable to rest at the same time. If this story sounds familiar, the best thing you can do is to put your shoes back on and...|
|6/3/2016 - One of Poland's most commanding and impressive natural sites is the Bialowieza Forest. This is not just any forest; it happens to be Europe's oldest primeval forest and the last of its type to exist. Spanning nearly 1,000 square miles along the border with Belarus, the forest is home to the largest...|
|5/9/2016 - When they bought 55 acres of abandoned land from debt-ridden farmers who were struggling to grow crops in 1991, Pamela and Anil Malhotra had one vision in mind: to show the world Mother Nature's incredible ability to regenerate itself when given the opportunity. That land has now become India's only...|
|5/4/2016 - Yoga has been around for thousands of years – but many people practicing it today seem to have lost their way entirely. According to Swami J, "The deep and eternal essence of yoga has been misrepresented and packaged for personal profit by clever people." The art of yoga goes far beyond exercise...|
|4/19/2016 - The next time someone tells you to take a hike, don't be offended – do it! Your mental well-being and overall health will thank you.
By know, we all know that exercise is a great way to keep weight in check, but it's also an ideal way to boost mental clarity, fend of depression and reduce anxiety....|
|3/20/2016 - MAJOR CORRECTIONS: I'm issuing a huge correction / clarification to this story after speaking with people in the hemp industry. They've pointed out that my article, although posted with the best intentions to help keep CBDs legal and readily available, was freaking out CBD retailers who thought some...|
|3/5/2016 - For years, homeopathic and naturopathic healers have known that the earth itself is a wonderful resource for our health. In fact, studies have shown that just getting out of our daily grind and into nature, say, by strolling through a forest, provides massive health and psychological benefits for the...|
|1/26/2016 - The latest horror from science is being hailed by the science journal Nature as a breakthrough for brain research, but it involves genetically engineering baby monkeys to cripple them and make them cognitively stunted and "autistic."
"The laboratory monkeys run obsessively in circles, largely ignore...|
|8/4/2015 - The recent signing by California Governor Jerry Brown of the mandatory vaccination bill SB 277 has many far reaching implications and consequences - for those on both sides of the vaccination coin - 'COIN' being the operative word. It's no secret that Big Pharma generates billions of dollars each year...|
|7/17/2015 - Walking alongside the creek with sand squishing in between his toes, a wandering man watched as the water rippled across the rocks. Looking back at his sandy foot trail, watching it meander along the water's edge out of sight, it seemed almost as if time had been frozen in place for fifty feet or so.
|6/7/2015 - When a person comes in contact with poison ivy, poison oak or poison sumac, a severe, blistering rash may develop in the coming days, but there's no need to panic and see a medical doctor, even if the rash has claimed one's face or genitals. Prescription steroids only disturb sleep and neuron processes,...|
|6/3/2015 - The colors are coming alive as tired and eager eyes peer out into a field of wildflowers bristling in the wind. Soaking it all in, the eyes transmit nature's beauty to the psyche, repairing strained eyes and mending broken thoughts. Flower tops stand out bold in the field of diversity as if they are...|
|5/30/2015 - Most of us know the basics of good health by heart, even if we don't always put them into practice.
Eat right, exercise, avoid stress if you can - these are all hallmarks of good health. However, did you know that devoting yourself to increasing your personal happiness is another factor in reaching...|
|1/30/2015 - Getting back to nature was one theme of the hippy era, as some gathered to form communes. There is much less of that now, although the latest version of getting back to nature has to do with realizing that potential doomsday scenarios are possible and perhaps it's time to become prepared for the worst....|
|9/24/2014 - Army veteran Stephen Simmons arrived home from his last tour in Iraq in 2008, but adjusting to civilian life has been difficult due to his post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). (1)
It's not uncommon for those suffering from PTSD to experience feelings of shock, guilt and anger, while also having...|
|8/15/2014 - In today's public schools, psychotropic drugs like Ritalin and Adderall are now forced down kids' throats, as administrators and health officials try to modify the behavior of children. By using nervous-system-stimulating drugs to deal with the hyperactivity and attention deficit, health officials are...|
|8/14/2014 - The country's largest and most vocal environmental group is earning revenue from an oil well on land that it controls in Texas, though the organization promised 10 years ago that it would not permit new oil and gas drilling on land that was supposedly reserved for conservation.
That was revealed...|
|8/7/2014 - Can you feel it? Something isn't right with the world. Viral pandemics, wars, droughts, escalations of violence, irrational behavior, corporate greed gone wild, open border conflicts, media madness and more...
Clearly, something has shifted away from balance. At first, I thought these events were...|
|1/15/2014 - A recently released study featured in the American Chemical Society (ACS) journal Environmental Science & Technology proves that exposure to nature directly improves mental health.
With nearly 80 percent of the world's population residing in urban areas, ACS researcher Mathew P. White cites mental...|
|12/11/2013 - Hidden beneath the depths of the world's oceans are large pockets of mostly fresh water that could serve as replacement water sources for the many land-based aquifers that are on the verge of drying up, a new study suggests. Discovered off the coasts of Australia, China, North America and South Africa,...|
|8/22/2013 - New, breakthrough mini architectural structures are on their way to revolutionizing the future of how dikes, levees, airplanes and rockets are built. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have designed simple additive manufacturing lattice structures similar to K'nex construction...|
|7/21/2013 - A study published by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in the Nature Geoscience journal discusses the potential of the algae growth caused by melting glaciers in Greenland, is actually having a positive effect on the environment.
Sure, there are discussions of the algae providing new types...|
|4/24/2013 - The world's most evil corporation, Monsanto, has taken a new interest in conventional food crops, which the company is currently trying to seize ownership of in Europe by exploiting a little-known loophole in European patent law. And a petition created by the human rights group Avaaz, which has already...|
|12/14/2012 - Feel as if your creativity is gone? Lack new ideas for your work -- or your life? Don't chalk it up to getting older or not being a "creative" or artistic type. Instead, what you may need is to simply get back to nature.
According to a study by psychologists from the University of Utah and University...|
|10/26/2012 - Intuitively, many people understand nature's role in human health. Whether it is walking on the beach, swimming in the ocean, or hiking in the mountains, interaction with nature seems to have a positive effect on humans. The sounds, smells, and sights of the great outdoors appear to have an amazing...|
|10/18/2012 3:52:47 PM - When I first got involved in spiritual life I was told that everything animate and inanimate that is within the universe is controlled and owned by the Lord and that one should therefore accept only those things necessary for himself, which are set aside as his quota, and that one should not accept...|
|6/30/2012 - Mother Nature has a way of interrupting our lives with not-so-subtle reminders to pay attention to reality. Over the last 48 hours, a blistering heat wave has swept across nine U.S. states, causing the power grid to fail for millions of residents. Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has declared a state...|
|6/28/2012 - While many of the plants are modified to increase crop yield, it is hardly the main change that has been made to the genetic structures of the plants over the practice's thirty year history. Often industry leaders try to present genetic modification as being in the line of defense against "global food...|
|10/22/2011 - I have recently moved my family to the interior highlands of Brazil after living for 12 years on the northeast coast. Now that I am back to living in Nature, after having my nose almost exclusively in virtual territory all these years, I think I can give myself permission to return to spiritual territories....|
|6/25/2011 - The simple idea of Earthing yourself is coming into sharper focus as one of the easiest ways to reduce jet lag and encourage healthy flying. Earthing, or grounding yourself as it is otherwise known, is the act of connecting with the Earth as a way of reconnecting to the electrical energy of the Earth's...|
|6/6/2011 - The tossing aside of age old childhood pastimes, such as tree climbing, in favor of staring at the illuminated screens of televisions and computers is making the protection of biodiversity more difficult.
According to Ahmed Djoghlaf, executive secretary on biological diversity for the United Nations,...|
|3/22/2011 - The USDA has recently been caught red-handed in a multiple faceted assault against nature through a variety of recently-uncovered programs that have been negatively impacting the environment for years. Plants, animals, and even humans are feeling the effects of the USDA's illegal - or at least unethical...|
|1/18/2011 - The following article originally ran on NaturalNews in 2008 but was shifted over to Counterthink.com which ultimately got replaced with political cartoons. In light of today's sudden attention on the food bubble and the possible collapse of human civilization as described by author and environmentalist...|
|1/16/2011 - From the point of view of many humans, the term "natural disaster" is a convenient scapegoat because it allow a person (or a whole nation) to blame nature for their own poor planning. Wherever we find so-called "natural disasters" around the world (such as Brazil at the moment), we also usually find...|
|12/4/2010 - Every fall as the weather changes, the skies darken and the temperature drops, people begin to get sick. The doctors' offices are packed and the line at the pharmacy is backed up out of the store. Much of our society has been convinced that they are genetically deficient and prone to illness and that...|
|9/11/2010 - Just five minutes of exercise in a natural place is enough to significantly improve mood and mental health, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Essex and published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.
"It's important that people experiencing depression...|
|7/28/2010 - In the nineteenth century, Charles Darwin developed his theory of "natural selection" (later referred to as the "survival of the fittest"), about how a plant or animal`s ability to adapt to its environment will lead to a thinning of the herd. This concept is clearly evident in the plant kingdom today....|
|6/18/2010 - What's most striking about the present BP oil catastrophe is not that it is an aberration but rather part of a dangerous pattern of mankind's propensity to destroy nature. To destroy life in a large region of an ocean isn't even new: The world already has over two hundred "dead zones" where fish can't...|
|6/15/2010 - `Green exercise` refers to any physical activity that takes place in the presence of nature. It can be as simple as a walk through the park or time spent gardening. All that really matters is that the body is in motion and nature is in sight. A study recently published in Environmental Science and Technology...|
|3/11/2010 - People living closer to green spaces are at significantly lower risk for a wide variety of mental and physical illnesses, according to a study conducted by researchers from the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
|2/19/2010 - Do you suffer from a "nature deficiency?" If you'd like most people in modern society, you spend most of your 24 hours of the day indoors. You work under artificial fluorescent lights, you eat and sleep inside a house or apartment, you commute in the artificial environment of a car, bus or train. You...|
|2/16/2010 - Mainstream medicine tells us that there is little we can do for the common cold other than treat the symptoms and let the cold run its course. To some extent, a cold does have to run its course, but what many do not know is that nature offers remedies that can greatly speed recovery from a common cold...|
|11/26/2009 - There are millions of things to be thankful for, and this week, we ask our NaturalNews Facebook team (http://Facebook.Naturalnews.com) to suggest what things they're thankful for. We were flooded with suggestions!
I didn't get a chance to add my own suggestions to the list, so let me start by saying...|
|4/30/2009 - Sunflowers are the earthly representation of the sun. They have such an affinity for the life giving force that they twist on their stems so their faces can bask in sunlight all through the day. Photons from the sun are stored in the DNA of the sunflower, making its seed resonate with the photons in...|
|4/23/2009 - I'm a big free market proponent. I love the "freedom" in it... the individual decisions of hundreds of millions of people coalescing into an "invisible hand" of efficiency improvements, quality of life enhancements and unlimited abundance. That's the Alice-in-Wonderland version of the free market economy,...|
|3/10/2009 - For eons now, mankind has searched for ways to heal the many ailments that continue to plague millions of people in all parts of the world. The advances in both conventional and original forms of medicine, although contradictory for the most part, have unintentionally brought us to the birthing of an...|
|1/25/2009 - 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...|
|1/14/2009 - A growing number of environmentalists and legal scholars are arguing that non-humans such as trees, rivers and animals should have legal standing to defend their rights in court, and that humans should be able to bring lawsuits on their behalf.
"If I've got a right to life, you have a duty not to...|
|1/1/2009 - Philosophers throughout history have sought out grand theories to define Nature, as if there were a unifying feature. The ancient Greeks were particularly curious in this regard, though they had very little evidence to work with. In the early 6th century BC, Thales postulated that the primary substance...|
|12/28/2008 - The science "skeptics" are at it again, attacking the credibility of celebrities who they say demonstrate astonishing levels of scientific illiteracy. Barack Obama, Oprah, Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Kate Moss and Julianne Moore have all been labeled scientifically illiterate by the UK non-profit Sense...|
|12/2/2008 - After the turn of the previous century there was a lot of experimentation with mono cultures. By that is meant growing only one field crop, e.g. corn or wheat. This is a principle that goes against nature, which works with ecosystems based on synergy and complex wholes, whereby plants work together...|
|11/4/2008 - There are no diseases, only disease. Singular, not plural. Disease should be perceived as life itself: an infinite number of shapes and forms, springing from the same primordial well. Disease is like life itself because it is a part of life, in the same way that death is part of life, forming a never-ending...|
|10/23/2008 - Philosophers throughout history have sought out grand theories to define Nature, as if there were a unifying feature. The ancient Greeks were particularly curious in this regard, though they had very little evidence to work with. In the early 6th century BC, Thales postulated that the primary substance...|
|4/23/2008 - It was one of the dumbest "green" ideas ever proposed: Convert millions of acres of cropland into fields for growing ethanol from corn, then burn fossil fuels to harvest the ethanol, expending more energy to extract the fuel than you get from the fuel itself! Meanwhile, sit back and proclaim you've...|
|3/10/2008 - Western medicine treats the body as a collection of parts instead of as a synergistic organism. When it comes to treating broken bones and injured body parts, mainstream Western medicine is unequaled. When this same approach is used to treat illness and disease - fixing or repairing the parts where...|
|3/6/2008 - In contrast to at least 6000 years of the practice of natural medicine, Western medicine treats the body as a collection of parts instead of as a synergistic organism. When it comes to treating broken bones and injured body parts, mainstream Western medicine is unequaled. When this same approach is...|
|2/14/2008 - Recently, a reader asked for details about what natural health products are pure. This discussion is ongoing and endless because so many interesting and new methods of preparation appear regularly on the market.
There are some rules that we can follow that serve us pretty well. To begin with, an...|
|10/5/2007 - Did you know that if you have children you are an international criminal? You have violated intellectual property laws by infringing on the copyrights of companies that have been granted patents on the human genome. You have replicated that gene sequence by having children without the permission of...|
|8/31/2007 - Yesterday I posted shocking macrophotography pictures of processed meat products. Since then, over a quarter of a million people have viewed the photos in the first 24 hours, and word has spread all over the internet about these sick, graphic images of processed meats. I've already received numerous...|
|3/12/2007 - With modern humans engaged in highly destructive behaviors towards nature (pollution, toxic chemicals production, CO2 emissions, abuse of animals, use of Roundup herbicides, etc.), did you ever wonder what nature would do to humans if it had the chance? In a recent CounterThink cartoon called "Human...|
|11/23/2006 - Announced with great fanfare in late November, 2006, scientists have discovered that human DNA is far more variable than previously thought. Contrary to previous beliefs, as much as 10 percent of human genes vary wildly from one person to the next. The mainstream press is hailing the discovery and some...|
|6/12/2006 - I was describing the raw foods diet to someone the other day, and they remarked, "Well I'm not sure I want to do that. I don't want to do something so extreme," and I said, "What do you mean extreme? You think the raw foods diet is extreme?" Then it hit me: Most people think that the processed food...|
|4/26/2006 - Sometime in the future, science is going to deliver to us desktop food fabrication equipment. These machines, which I'll call "FoodFabs," will be able to manufacture food items at the touch of a button on your desktop or countertop. It might have the size and shape of a microwave, but instead of punching...|
|3/8/2006 - Mike: Today we're talking with David Wolfe. How are you doing today?
Wolfe: I'm having the best day ever, by far. How are you doing?
Mike: I'm doing pretty well, too. Now, let's talk about bird flu. What are you talking to people about in the world of food as medicine that can help defend them...|
|3/8/2006 - Mike: Today we're talking with David Wolfe. How are you doing today?
Wolfe: I'm having the best day ever, by far. How are you doing?
Mike: I'm doing pretty well, too. Now, let's talk about bird flu. What are you talking to people about in the world of food as medicine that can help defend them...|
|1/24/2006 - I have just completed construction on a massive pharmaceutical factory in my own back yard. I'm not making this up. This is absolutely true. Right now, this factory is turning out pharmaceuticals that prevent prostate cancer, nervous system degeneration, birth defects and Alzheimer's disease. There...|
|12/18/2005 - Across the United States, and in other countries of the world, there is increasing awareness in the minds of individuals who recognize they need to do something to heal themselves. These individuals may realize they are living an unhealthy lifestyle and heading toward chronic disease, or they may already...|
|11/29/2005 - Mike: Thank you, Dr. Gabriel Cousens, for taking the time to participate in this interview. You have a tremendous amount of valuable information on health and life transformation to share with people. In addition to being the founder of the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center in Arizona and author of Conscious...|
|10/24/2005 - It happens to everyone, sometimes multiple times a year. That's why it's called the common cold, right? But while we're all familiar with the common cold, we may only know of one or two ways to fight it, which usually involve some sort of over-the-counter medication, or the folk remedy, a bowl of chicken...|
|7/13/2005 - They actually pulled it off. The protectors of drug company profits have managed to engineer a ban on vitamins across the European Union. The European Food Supplements Directive goes live August 1, and it will instantly criminalize retailers who dare to sell products like vitamin C in "illegal" doses.
|7/2/2005 - Here’s some fascinating news in the world of medicine that really shows the drug racket -- the huge prescription drug scam taking place in this country today. Researchers sent a group of people, who said they saw the drug Paxil in a TV advertisement, into doctors’ offices. Many of these patients didn't...|
|6/6/2005 - How about some truth for a change about the Food Supplements Directive in the European Union? The proponents of this directive say that it's about protecting patients from all these dangerous vitamins, minerals, supplements, plant extracts and antioxidants that are so dangerous for people. They say,...|
|5/22/2005 - In this article, we'll take a closer look at some of the more interesting products and issues we're uncovering these days. There’s a product that I highly recommend for those that want a nutritious food bar made with real food, and not a bunch of processed or manufactured ingredients. It's called LaraBar,...|
|4/2/2005 - What is cruelty? It is any harmful action taken against another living entity that disregards its consciousness or awareness. In this essay, we'll explore some of the levels of cruelty: how it happens, how it's defined, and what we can do to help end cruelty and enhance compassion in the world. Cruelty...|
|3/7/2005 - I'm a strong supporter of local law enforcement, but not for the reasons you might suspect. Imagine what would happen to communities without the constant threat of being arrested and thrown in jail for committing crimes: you'd see a near-total breakdown of society. We've seen this from time to time...|
|1/23/2005 - Just after Christmas Day, 2004, the Earth experienced one of the largest earthquakes in recorded history (a 9.0) under the waters of the Indian Ocean. We also witnessed a barrage of unusual hurricanes during the summer of 2004 off the coast of Florida and across the South Atlantic. And as I write this,...|
|11/10/2004 - Biomimetics is a fascinating -- and fast-emerging -- field of research. Simply stated, it's the science of looking for solutions that have been engineered by nature. Previous biomimetics efforts lead to the development of velcro, and now an entire expo called "Nature's Wisdom" is dedicated to showcasing...|
|8/6/2004 - In yet another fascinating example of the wisdom of nature, entrepreneurs are now manufacturing and selling vastly superior wound bandages made from chitosan, a substance found in the shells of shrimp, crabs, and other crustaceans. Chitosan, of course, is very popular as a fat-absorbing nutritional...|
|7/31/2004 - The miracles derived from the aloe vera plant never cease to amaze me. This is truly a life-saving plant. It is one of the most astounding gifts of nature, and it belongs in the first aid kit and medicine cabinet of every home in America. Now, medical researchers have discovered that a compound produced...|
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|7/13/2004 - Leave it to western medical researchers to come up with something this freakish: they've figure out a way to genetically modify plants to force them to create chemicals that can be used against rabies, AIDS and, eventually, other diseases. If you're steeped in the world of science and western medicine,...|
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