Archive for November, 2011 : Oceans Dying Much Faster Than FearedNovember 30th, 2011
The most rapid extinction of marine life in Earth’s history is upon us now due to over-fishing, pollution and climate change.
Children’s Bones Identified at Canada’s Oldest Indian Residential SchoolNovember 30th, 2011
A child’s remains and other human bones have been identified at Canada’s oldest Indian residential school in Brantford, Ontario.
The Cancer Cause of Growing MustachesNovember 29th, 2011
Men grows mustaches as a symbolical campaign for prostate cancer awareness this month of November.
Caregivers Raise Alzheimer’s AwarenessNovember 29th, 2011
November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.
Fenugreek, Food and Medicine CombinedNovember 29th, 2011
Fenugreek is widely used for consumption and contains medicinal properties.
Lemon Water Acts in Chelation and Oxidation of CellsNovember 29th, 2011
Clean water and fresh squeezed lemon is one of the most well tested energy boosters around.
Selling Gold and Buying Farmland?November 29th, 2011
What can you eat, gold or food?
Farmland Tradition Given Up for BuyersNovember 28th, 2011
It took just 31 minutes for Donald Ellingson’s family to end an agrarian tradition that had survived more than a half-century, by auctioning off 153 acres of rich Iowa farmland.
Investors Attracted to FarmlandsNovember 28th, 2011
Iowa farmlands bought by investors at an alarming rate.
Acupuncture Complications Occur with Untrained PractitionersNovember 28th, 2011
Study finds treatment safe for children if administered by trained professionals.
Program for Elderly Keeps Them ActiveNovember 28th, 2011
Program offers activities despite having no building.
New Developed Spray May Trace Tiny TumorsNovember 28th, 2011
Fluorescent dye glows when it finds evidence of cancer.
Omega-3 Reduces Inflammation and AnxietyNovember 28th, 2011
The Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA continue to garner well deserved attention as essential components of human health.
Statins Linked to DiabetesNovember 28th, 2011
Statin drugs increase your likelihood of suffering exercise-related injury, according to a recent study, and can increase your risk of developing diabetes.
America Under Martial Law Soon?November 28th, 2011
Evil Senators are trying desperately to push through a bill that would put the US military in control over every US resident and legally allow indefinite imprisonment of anyone by the military.
Canada to Eliminate Tariffs on More Goods: FlahertyNovember 28th, 2011
Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Sunday the government would eliminate tariffs on dozens more products used by Canadian manufacturers, aiming to lower their costs and encourage more hiring.
Heal With The Miraculous Powers of GarlicNovember 28th, 2011
Yes, it stinks a bit – no wonder vampires hate it! But the abundance of health benefits contained in a single clove of garlic should be enough to make you embrace it – for there is a whole list of those benefits.
An Apple or Two a Day May Save Your BrainNovember 28th, 2011
Studies are constantly proving that what you eat can be as powerful and more potent than a prescribed drug.
More Women Switch to Eco-Friendly Menstrual CupsNovember 28th, 2011
Menstrual cups are much more convenient, cost-efficient and environmentally friendly than tampons or disposable pads, as one cup can be used for years without the need to create unnecessary waste.
BASF Applies for EU Approval for Fortuna GM PotatoNovember 28th, 2011
BASF has applied for European Union approval for Fortuna, a potato genetically modified to resist a common plant disease, as the German chemicals company tries again to overcome resistance in the region to GM food.
Report: Investors (China?) Buying Up US Farmland at Alarming RateNovember 28th, 2011
In Iowa, farmland boom means end of an era for many.
Omega-3 Fats Reduce Systemic Inflammation and Lower Feelings of AnxietyNovember 28th, 2011
The Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA continue to garner well deserved attention as essential components of human health.
Benefits of Cinnamon – Surprising Health FactsNovember 28th, 2011
Cinnamon not only adds flavor to pies, it also delivers a host of health benefits.
Cancer-Causing Chemicals Found in Soy SauceNovember 28th, 2011
Cancer-causing chemicals have been found in nearly one in four samples of soy sauce and other Chinese flavourings tested by food watchdogs.
BPA Levels Soar After Eating Canned Soup: StudyNovember 28th, 2011
A new study shows that the urine of people who consume canned soup can contain surprisingly high levels of bisphenol A.
Project Ice ShieldNovember 28th, 2011
Cooling The Future: Artificial Glaciers?
The Future Of History: 3D Laser Scanning Of SitesNovember 28th, 2011
Ben Kacyra tells CNN about CyArk, a nonprofit that seeks to digitally preserve cultural heritage sites worldwide. How 3-D laser scanning preserves world’s most treasured sites.
EU Bans Airport X-Ray Scanners Over Health ConcernsNovember 28th, 2011
Citing health concerns, the European Union banned from European airports this week the same kind of X-ray scanners used by TSA in airports across the US.
Russian Woman Stores Supposed Alien Corpse in Fridge for Two YearsNovember 28th, 2011
Mystery of the ‘alien corpse’ woman stored in her fridge for two years (why do they all turn up in Russia?)
Holiday Sale at Natural News StoreNovember 28th, 2011
Give the gift of happiness and health, not cancer and death.
Never Give These as GiftsNovember 28th, 2011
Exposed are five dangerous gifts that may literally increase the risk of disease and death.
Air Smells GoodNovember 28th, 2011
Using an air ionizer is a great way to keep the air inside our homes fresh and healthy.
State Government Sued a Local Farmer Under Local Food OrdinanceNovember 28th, 2011
Local food & community self-governance ordinance challenged.
Death by Medicine: Medicine That Kills, Never HealsNovember 28th, 2011
Internationally renowned natural health physician and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola shows a video that American medicine frequently causes more harm than good.
Coco Loco: You Will Survive in an Island Even if You Only Have ThisNovember 28th, 2011
Water from young and immature coconuts, one of Mercola’s favorites, offers a long and growing list of health benefits, distinct from the benefits of its counterpart, coconut oil.
CDC: FOIA Means Nothing to Us. We’ll Withhold Whatever We Want… (Part Two)November 28th, 2011
Writer Tim Bolen tells you the CDC’s formal response from the part one titled “CDC Cover-Up on Vaccine and Autism”. The title of this article pretty well sums up the CDC position. Will they get away with this? Nope. Keep reading.
CDC Cover-Up on Vaccine and Autism (Part One)November 27th, 2011
Tim Bolen gathered data on the lawsuit of Brian Hooker PhD against the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for withholding public information he, and every American citizen, is entitled to under the US Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA).
To Acquire Food Privately is a Federal CrimeNovember 27th, 2011
News Editor Comments: As you read about these ”federal criminal investigations” against raw milk farmers, keep in mind that these are federal investigations under the Obama administration. Cash-strapped states in most cases could probably care less about spending time prosecuting small dairy farmers, but the Obama administration has no problems using your tax dollars to try and force raw milk farmers out of the market.
The Mystery of Water Unravels a Bit MoreNovember 27th, 2011
Water undergoes some strange changes as it cools.
A Call for Organic Industry PreservationNovember 27th, 2011
The Cornucopia Institute calls for preserving the integrity of organic farms.
Tim Bolen Speaks Up About What Happened at UN Mercury ConferenceNovember 27th, 2011
Consumer advocate Tim Bolen on the issue of government agencies scorning at Third UN Mercury Conference.
Keep Your Baby Away From PediatriciansNovember 27th, 2011
An advice from Tim Bolen of the Bolen Report: “Want to Keep Your Baby Healthy? Stay Away From Pediatricians!”
The World’s Largest Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)November 27th, 2011
Started as a small organization with the goal of eradicating poverty in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) now becomes the largest NGO in the world.
Tiny Pigeonpea Guarantees Food SecurityNovember 27th, 2011
Pigeonpea provides food and economic security among farmers and consumers.
The Short List: The Spirit of GivingNovember 27th, 2011
Christmas approaching, rekindle the spirit of this Holiday Season by giving and sharing.
Critical Municipal Food Planning Faces ChallengesNovember 27th, 2011
Citywatch: Whether it’s action or traction in the food world, cities are stepping up to the plate. The world is fast going urban, as are challenges of social, economic and environmental well-being. Citywatch is crucial to Worldwatch. Wayne Roberts, retired manager of the world-renowned Toronto Food Policy Council, has his eye out for the future of food in the city.
Fresh Produce in the Urban NeighborhoodNovember 27th, 2011
Urban agriculture initiatives in Tampa Bay and around the world empower city residents to take control of their own food production.
Farm-to-School Food Network SolutionNovember 27th, 2011
Food analyst Karen Stillerman reports the practical solution of farm-to-school projects to reduce child obesity rate.
Sustainable Rainwater Initiatives in AfricaNovember 27th, 2011
These water-saving initiatives are helping to improve food security and livelihoods in many parts of sub-Saharan Africa.
Citizens’ Initiative to Ban ChemtrailsNovember 27th, 2011
New York’s Suffolk County government will hold a public hearing on a proposal to ban aerial spraying of aluminum oxide, barium, sulfur, and other salts into the air over the county…
Agriculture and Wildlife Goes Hand in HandNovember 27th, 2011
Innovation that is helping to support both agriculture and wildlife is possible.
Innovation to Beat the Heat Avoiding Post-Harvest WasteNovember 26th, 2011
Innovation that reduce crop waste from heat after an abundance of harvest.
Climate Change Raises Ground-Level OzoneNovember 26th, 2011
Report demonstrates how climate change could increase “bad” ozone, threatening health and economy.
New Report Asking Government Support for Farmers MarketsNovember 26th, 2011
Every economist knows that there is no such thing as a free lunch, but if you buy the ingredients for your lunch–or breakfast or dinner–at a farmers market you could help provide a much needed boost to the economy.
Pretty Celosia Got Nutritional Value TooNovember 26th, 2011
You may know it as that pretty ornamental flower in your garden, but did you know that Celosia could also be a delicious snack?
Reducing Food Waste by Donating Excess FoodNovember 26th, 2011
According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, industrialized countries waste 222 million tons of food annually. But there are easy–and inexpensive–ways to reduce food waste, including composting, recycling, and donating excess food to those in need.
Step By Step Accomplishment Could be a Source of InspirationNovember 26th, 2011
Each step is a step closer to your goal.
BPA 1,200 Percent Higher in Blood After Canned Food ConsumptionNovember 26th, 2011
This study is “one of the first to quantify BPA levels in humans after ingestion of canned foods,”
Food Used as a Weapon to Control the General PopulationNovember 26th, 2011
It is crucial to understand these tactics in order to defend against them.
No Foie Gras in California Due to Health ImplicationsNovember 26th, 2011
Foie gras or fattened duck liver seems to be dangerous for human consumption, the reason why it is banned in California.
Japanese-Owned Meat Barbecue Restaurant Re-Opens as Vegan Cafe and RestoNovember 26th, 2011
The ultimate result of Tai-ichi Matsuda’s battle with his conscience is great news for Japanese diners, and animal lovers everywhere.
Thanksgiving Reminds Us of Being Grateful for the Advocates of Healthy LivingNovember 26th, 2011
Thanksgiving day is a day to be grateful for especially for a healthy life we learned from teachers or advocates. No reason not to keep this awareness and advocating the same for others.
What Fuels Our Body and Keeps it Alive?November 26th, 2011
We know a lot about food, just not much about what to eat. And the reason for that? Nutrition science.
Cuba Joins New South-South Climate AlliancesNovember 25th, 2011
Cuba will be joining other southern nations to apply pressure to northern polluters to reduce their contribution to climate change.
Mormon Child-Traffickers InvestigatedNovember 25th, 2011
Canada is finally investigated the trafficking of children by a Mormom cult after ignoring the cimes for decades.
Waiting Five Years for a Drop of WaterNovember 25th, 2011
2.5 million U.S. dollars to supply water to several marginal neighbourhoods in the capital of Haiti. Approved in 2006. Five years later the water has yet to run.
Researchers Invent Everlasting Battery MaterialNovember 25th, 2011
Could the days of the humble lithium-ion battery be numbered thanks to the everlasting battery?
Robot Prison Guards Roll OutNovember 25th, 2011
As it seeks to become a leader in robotic technology, South Korea is about to put a new type of droid through its paces: a robot prison guard.
Palmer to Stop Adding Fluoride to City Public Water SupplyNovember 25th, 2011
Palmer has decided to follow the lead of Fairbanks, and stop adding fluoride to its water system.
Churchill: Anti-Fluoridation Group Claims VictoryNovember 25th, 2011
An anti-fluoridation lobby group is claiming victory following a vote in Churchill Tuesday night on the question of treating the town’s water supply.
Fluoride Is Too Toxic of An Issue for Austin City CouncilNovember 25th, 2011
For three years Fluoride Free Austin has been speaking to Austin City Council about the health dangers associated with water fluoridation. Since that time, tremendous progress has been made.
More Places Decide to Stop Fluoridating the WaterNovember 25th, 2011
A growing number of communities are choosing to stop adding fluoride to their water systems, even though the federal government and federal health officials maintain their full support for a measure they say provides a 25 percent reduction in tooth decay nationwide.
New Plymouth District Ends FluoridationNovember 25th, 2011
New Plymouth District ends fluoridation in New Plymouth, Waitara, Urenui & Lepperton.
Positive Reinforcement May Change Behavior the Easy WayNovember 24th, 2011
To help people change behavior, positive reinforcement is worth a try.
US, Israel Funding Terrorists in SyriaNovember 24th, 2011
Evil is being pitted against Evil in Syria, with Syrians being the losers no matter who prevails.
Silent Spread of trH3N2 Across the United StatesNovember 24th, 2011
Iowa has increased flu surveillance state-wide. And Cox said the CDC has asked bordering states to enhance their surveillance efforts as well.
The Long Road to Tyranny: JFK, Watergate, Iran-Contra, 9/11November 24th, 2011
The conspiracy to destroy American democracy has been underway for decades and is nearing success.
Women Build New Opportunities in CooperativesNovember 24th, 2011
Forged in the 2001-2002 social and economic crisis, cooperatives in Argentina are becoming a fast track to women’s participation in what were traditionally regarded as male spheres.
Superfoods to Try for the Thanksgiving FeastNovember 24th, 2011
If you choose wisely, Thanksgiving doesn’t have to mean a heavy, less-than-healthy meal.
88-Year-Old Man’s Invention is Being Used by Meth LabsNovember 24th, 2011
Eighty-eight-year-old retired metallurgist Bob Wallace is a self-described tinkerer, but he hardly thinks of himself as the Thomas Edison of the illegal drug world.
Yoga Perks You Up From Anxiety and DepressionNovember 24th, 2011
Yoga’s ability to improve mood and lessen anxiety is linked to increased levels of a critical brain chemical.
Lavender Popularity on Treatment and Other UsesNovember 24th, 2011
Sometimes, big surprises come from well-known plants.
Mind Your Digestion PowerNovember 24th, 2011
A traditional Chinese and Indian medical practitioner shares some tips on how to keep a good digestion in the holidays feast.
The Role of the Ocean in MedicineNovember 24th, 2011
The ocean contains compounds showing pharmacological activities and are helpful for the invention and discovery of bioactive compounds, primarily for deadly diseases.
GOP-Opposed Healthcare Official ResignsNovember 24th, 2011
Donald Berwick, the Medicare administrator who is President Barrack Obama’s point man for healthcare reform, has quit after only 17 months in the job.
Xanthone, The Powerful Phytonutrient Concentrated in MangosteenNovember 22nd, 2011
Mangosteen contains the most phytonutrients among other plants.
Mangosteen, The Queen of All FruitsNovember 22nd, 2011
Mangosteen is a delicious fruit and medicine with a number of benefits.
Quantum Jazz Naples: Liquid Crystalline Water Music of the OrganismNovember 22nd, 2011
Quantum coherence and the associated circular thermodynamics of organisms profoundly revolutionises our concept of being and becoming and has important implications for heath and sustainability.
License plate readers: A Useful Tool for Police Comes with Privacy ConcernsNovember 22nd, 2011
License plate readers can capture numbers across four lanes of traffic on cars zooming up to 150 mph.
Artificial Trees: Capturing Energy From Sun and WindNovember 22nd, 2011
Alternative energy is all the rage as we try to reduce dependency on foreign oil and lower our monthy bills without reading by candlelight.
Delaware Chemical Site Eyed for Renewable EnergyNovember 22nd, 2011
One of Delaware’s most troubled environmental sites, the abandoned Metachem site, is being considered by state and federal officials for its potential to produce clean energy.
Polygala, Another Super Herb for the MindNovember 22nd, 2011
Polygala Root is an extraordinary super herb. It was first used by Daoist monks who had firm belief of polygala benefits on the mind and spirit.
Obama Signs Bipartisan Bill to Help Jobless VetsNovember 22nd, 2011
Heralding a rare moment of bipartisan agreement, President Barack Obama signed into law Monday legislation aimed at helping unemployed veterans find work while putting more cash in the hands of companies with government contracts.
Taliban, Pakistan Said to Have Started Peace TalksNovember 22nd, 2011
Pakistan’s Taliban movement, a major security threat to the country, is holding exploratory peace talks with the government, a senior Taliban commander and mediators told Reuters on Monday.
Project Could Turn Fog Into Usable WaterNovember 22nd, 2011
A study is being done to see if Mpumalanga’s poorest communities in South Africa can harvest fog as a vital water source.
Nursing CEO Warns Job Crisis for NursesNovember 22nd, 2011
Chief Executive of the Royal College of Nursing, Dr Peter Carter, warns of a jobs crisis facing the nursing profession.
“Let Women Die” Bill Backed by BishopsNovember 21st, 2011
The first bishop in the US is indicted for child sex-abuse coverup; meanwhile, his colleagues push for laws that will intrude on our sexual freedom.
Fiji Youths Turn to Organic FarmingNovember 21st, 2011
THREE youth groups in Seaqaqa have begun the creation of a crop organic bank with the use of organic fertiliser to help generate seedlings and food supply for a sustainable livelihood.
Drug Chemicals You Might Have Eaten with Your Thanksgiving TurkeyNovember 21st, 2011
Antibiotics and other drugs are common in the turkey that thousands of Americans eat every day.
Australian PM Flags Early End to Afghan MissionNovember 21st, 2011
Gillard’s speech to Parliament raises the possibility that the Australian troop withdrawal could begin within the next three years.
South Africa’s Eskom Goes SolarNovember 21st, 2011
Eskom has embarked on a pilot project that will see it using the power of the sun to generate electricity at three of its facilities.
African Sun Prepares to Power EuropeNovember 21st, 2011
Solar thermal power plants are indispensable to meet Europe’s energy demands and to reduce greenhouse gases emissions substantially, according to a new study by a European scientific commission.
Acupuncture is Safe on Kids, StudyNovember 21st, 2011
Treating kids with acupuncture is a common practice and generally safe, according to a new study.
15 Companies Serving ‘Wood’ in the FoodNovember 21st, 2011
Are you getting what you pay for on your plate?
High Childhood IQ Linked to Subsequent Illicit Drug UseNovember 21st, 2011
A high childhood IQ may be linked to subsequent illegal drug use, particularly among women, suggests research published online in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
Occupy Toronto Says “Thank You” to Police?November 21st, 2011
As the camp faces the possibility of eviction, some of the occupiers have been seen toting stacks of letters and handing them out to police on the camp’s perimeter.
Pepsi Getting Heat for Use of Aborted Fetal Cells in Flavor ResearchNovember 21st, 2011
Shareholders of PepsiCo have filed a resolution with the Securities and Exchange Commission in an effort to force the company to stop contracting with a research firm that uses cells from aborted babies in its process of producing artificial flavor enhancers.
Spy Drone Used on Police at Protests in PolandNovember 21st, 2011
The proliferation of drones throughout the military — and into civilian law enforcement — can make it feel like we’re living in an airborne panopticon. But flying robots are agnostic about who they train their gaze upon, and can spy on cops as easily as they can spy on civilians.
The Quest To Invent A Sarcasm DetectorNovember 21st, 2011
How do humans separate sarcasm from sincerity? Research on the subject is leading to insights about how the mind works. Really.
Freaky “Non-Human” Mummy Found In PeruNovember 21st, 2011
A mummified skeleton with huge eye sockets and triangular head almost as large as its body has been discovered in Peru.
Can We Really Predict Heart Attacks By Our Earlobes?November 21st, 2011
Most people are very well aware of the correlation of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, etc.. but ear creases?!
Low Texas Lake Water Levels Reveal Graveyards and TownsNovember 21st, 2011
Drought in Texas provided an opportunity to study its history as ruins of towns that were used to be submerged are freely exposed.
Whale Bones Found in Peru DesertNovember 21st, 2011
Scientists are puzzled how the whales all ended up dying in such a place.
Bird Flu Research Rattles Bioterrorism FieldNovember 21st, 2011
Scientists and security specialists are in the midst of a fierce debate over recent experiments on a strain of bird flu virus that made it more contagious.
Beware of These Organic BrandsNovember 21st, 2011
Large conventional food manufacturers have quietly purchased a large number of small organic brands, raising questions about whether or not these brands still adhere to organic standards and sustainable agriculture practices.
Light Created from a Vacuum: Casimir Effect Observed in Superconducting CircuitNovember 21st, 2011
Scientists at Chalmers have succeeded in creating light from vacuum — observing an effect first predicted over 40 years ago.
Better BatteriesNovember 21st, 2011
New Technology Improves Both Energy Capacity and Charge Rate in Rechargeable Batteries.
Girl Left in a ‘Waking Coma’ After Cervical Cancer VaccinationNovember 21st, 2011
*Lucy Hinks is unable to walk or talk after having injections at school
Meditation Boosts Immunity According to ResearchNovember 21st, 2011
*Parents warn others to check on potential side effects of Cervarix vaccine.
There have always been plenty of natural methods to keep us healthy but only recently have researchers been proving the benefits of these methods in their research like meditation.
Kids With No Vaccinations Seem to be HealthierNovember 21st, 2011
Important study in Germany finds unvaccinated children are much healthier.
Reversed Diabetes in Mice SuccessfulNovember 21st, 2011
The researchers treated mice with a naturally-occurring substance known by its chemical acronym, NMN.
Alcohol May Suppress Breast Cancer’s SpreadNovember 21st, 2011
Celebration ethanol appears to boost a risk of building breast cancer but might be profitable for those who already have a disease.
Modern Lifestyle Makes Indians Diabetic and HypertensiveNovember 21st, 2011
Urbanization, industrialization, prosperity cause surge in hypertension and diabetes over past decade.
The Fall of Cancer Screening TestsNovember 21st, 2011
Three of the most widely used screening tests in medicine have taken a hit lately and been cast into disfavor or abandoned.
UN: New HIV Infections Decline in AfricaNovember 21st, 2011
Rate dropped by more than 26 percent since 1997, but region is still world’s hardest-hit by epidemic.
There is Mistletoe Therapy for CancerNovember 21st, 2011
This news is slow to reach many oncologists – so it is important for patients to get informed and inquire about mistletoe as an option in their treatment.
American Surgeons Set to Train AfghansNovember 20th, 2011
Program aimed at training Afghan medical teams to perform complex plastic surgery.
New Malaria Drugs, New TestsNovember 20th, 2011
Animal tests promising, but human trials still ahead.
Traditional Wood-Burning Stoves on the RiseNovember 20th, 2011
More U.S. homes are being heated with wood stoves.
Monsanto Badly Wants GM Food in NepalNovember 20th, 2011
Controversy has triggered intense debate in Nepal.
This Pizza is a VegetableNovember 20th, 2011
Who needs leafy greens and carrots when pizza and french fries will do?
Long-Term Sick are Still Able for WorkNovember 20th, 2011
Jobcentre staff are allowing thousands of people to needlessly drop out of work and live on sickness benefits when they could still earn a living, a government-commissioned report warns today.
A Power Woman Wakes Up EarlyNovember 20th, 2011
Women who are early risers are more proactive.
EFA Doesn’t Believe Water Replenishes DehydrationNovember 20th, 2011
In stunning show of bureaucratic idiocy, EU directive bans health claim that water prevents dehydration.
7 Voices of Healthy Food MovementNovember 20th, 2011
Michael Pollan is the author of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” and “The Botany of Desire.” A new illustrated edition of his book “Food Rules” is out now.
Russia to Protect Syria From NATO?November 19th, 2011
Russia is moving warships to Syria and warning NATO to not attempt a Libya style attack.
Prepare for More Weird WeatherNovember 19th, 2011
Climate change can be a bitch and the weird weather of recent years will only get worse, much, much worse.
Will Earth Soon Become Uninhabitable?November 19th, 2011
Stephen Hawking suggests that humans spread out into space to survive their destruction of Earth. But, the human disease is best contained on one planet and should not spread to other worlds.
Preparing for the Coming Biological AttacksNovember 18th, 2011
The anthrax scare was run by an American scientist, using traceable materials. But $60 billion was pumped into bio defence, after it happened. How do you defend against an insider??
UK Doctors Call for Ban on Smoking in CarsNovember 18th, 2011
All smoking in cars should be banned across the UK to protect people from second-hand smoke, doctors say.
Can We Survive with 7 Billion Population?November 17th, 2011
Some people think that daily global population growth of 227,000 people is a wonderful thing. But many do not.
Bloody Rice Developed by ChineseNovember 17th, 2011
Human serum albumin from transgenic rice could ease shortages of donated blood.
Glee Star is Rooted with Her Vegan LifestyleNovember 17th, 2011
Lea Michele defending her plant-based diet.
Kick Off Colds and Flu Without SyntheticsNovember 17th, 2011
There are ways to head off colds and prevent complications.
Who Cares About Overpopulation?November 17th, 2011
How should we deal with this exploding human population?
Parents Charged as Criminal When Seeking Alternative Therapies for KidsNovember 17th, 2011
Parents, shockingly, can lose their children if they refuse conventional cancer therapy.
Mystery Origin of Milky Way Galaxy’s Gas RevealedNovember 17th, 2011
New research has revealed that clouds of gas in a spherical area called the halo that surrounds our galaxy could be massive enough to provide a large chunk of the gas required.
DOJ: Lying On Match.com Needs To Be A CrimeNovember 17th, 2011
The U.S. Department of Justice is defending computer hacking laws that make it a crime to use a fake name on Facebook or lie about your weight in an online dating profile at a site like Match.com.
Life-Bearing Lake Possible on Icy Jupiter MoonNovember 17th, 2011
A large lake discovered just below Europa’s icy shell may provide a habitat for life.
African Fruit Slims Down AmericansNovember 16th, 2011
Researchers marvel at African mango’s slimming benefits.
Transplant Recipients More at Risk for CancerNovember 16th, 2011
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is most common.
Recalled Kotex Tampons Due to Bacterial ContaminationNovember 16th, 2011
In case you are using Kotex tampons, you need to check before buying.
What Experts Think of the Mysterious Grid Lines in China DesertNovember 16th, 2011
As expected, the strange Google Maps images have generated conspiracy theories but Jonathan Hill has the best explanation.
Australia Leads in Cigarette Packaging RegulationNovember 16th, 2011
Australia passes law to make packets off-putting.
Frankenfish Salmon ConspiracyNovember 16th, 2011
You may have heard that the USDA awarded a hefty research grant to AquaBounty, the “Frankenfish” creator. But there is more to the story….
Rising Potential Diabetics by 2030November 16th, 2011
One in ten adults could be diabetic by 2030 according to study.
Economy Shows Signs of Momentum in 4th QuarterNovember 16th, 2011
The economy showed signs it maintained speed into the fourth quarter as retail sales increased in October and a gauge of manufacturing in New York state rose this month for the first time since May.
Awareness Detected in People in Vegetative StateNovember 16th, 2011
Scientists have used a portable device that tracks changes in brain waves to communicate with people in a vegetative state, some of whom have been locked in their bodies for more than a year.
World Stocks Up as Europe Stabilizes, Japan GrowsNovember 16th, 2011
World stocks rose Monday after Japan’s economy grew for the first time in four quarters and Europe moved closer to resolving a debt crisis that threatens to hurl the region into recession.
China Pushes Ahead on E-Cars; BYD Shares SoarNovember 16th, 2011
China is pushing ahead with efforts to encourage the development of electric vehicles in the world’s largest auto market, boosting shares of Chinese green car maker BYD Co Ltd, which is backed by U.S. billionaire Warren Buffett, to their best daily gain in 3 years.
USDA: ‘Locally Grown’ Food a $4.8 Billion BusinessNovember 16th, 2011
Estimate is several times larger than thought, when restaurants and retailers are included.
BMW Unveils New Electric and Hybrid Concept CarsNovember 16th, 2011
BMW unveiled a pair of concept cars Wednesday, one a hybrid and one electric, made of light-weight carbon fiber and a see-through glass exterior.
A Study On Woodpeckers May Save LivesNovember 16th, 2011
One Chinese researcher wanted to know how the woodpecker could do this without getting injured.
Puma Reveals Plans for Compostable Sports ClothesNovember 15th, 2011
German sports clothing manufacturer Puma is developing biodegradable products, the company’s CEO has revealed. The sports clothes can be recycled or thrown on a compost heap.
Easy to Grow SproutsNovember 15th, 2011
How can we be self-sustaining with food? Mike Adams got the answer.
Heart Failure Patients Survive Longer with Vitamin CNovember 15th, 2011
Vitamin C significantly helps lessen inflammation on patients with heart failure.
11 Truths You can Believe NowNovember 15th, 2011
We are living through a time of great awakening.
Coconut Oil can be Used in Everything LiterallyNovember 15th, 2011
So what’s the deal with coconut oil?
Thanksgiving Means a Feast of TurkeysNovember 15th, 2011
How much do you know about your Thanksgiving turkey?
Toxic Secrets of Your SupplementsNovember 15th, 2011
Multivitamins and other supplements pose danger with the actual and potential toxicity they contain.
StoryCorps Provides Legacy on Critical PatientsNovember 15th, 2011
People with life-threatening illnesses record, preserve and share their stories.
Computer Does the Work of DocsNovember 15th, 2011
System analyzes with keener eye than human pathologists.
Five Universal Taboos, Respect and HarmonyNovember 15th, 2011
The five universal taboos as the foundation for justice, harmony, abundance, and meaningfulness in our human world.
Brave Doctor Fired for Exposing Non-Approved ExperimentationNovember 15th, 2011
Protecting her patients is grounds for dismissal.
Spices, Produce and Meat Blasted with RadiationNovember 15th, 2011
FDA allows conventional meat and produce to be blasted with radioactive nuclear waste, treated with virus ‘cocktails’.
Study: Low-Salt Diet Raises Cholesterol LevelNovember 15th, 2011
Low-sodium diet results in modest decrease in blood pressure, but also higher cholesterol.
Discovery for Anti-MalariaNovember 15th, 2011
Could pave way for more effective vaccine.
US Becoming Increasingly Military StateNovember 15th, 2011
A prominent philosopher says that the US security forces are using heavy-handed tactics in order to suppress the ongoing anti-capitalism protesters across the country.
Kilometers of Mysterious Striped Network Grids Discovered in Chinese DesertNovember 14th, 2011
Just recently, a group of people studying online maps stumbled across a series of strange patterns in the Chinese desert large enough to be seen from space. A publicity hoax or government secret?
APEC Partners with Global Food SafetyNovember 14th, 2011
New fund aims at building oversight capacity, initially among members of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation trade group.
Diaspora Social Network Co-founder DiesNovember 14th, 2011
Ilya Zhitomirskiy is a visionary of social networking where sharing while keeping control is fun and creative.
Locals ‘Can Play Key Role in Helping Forests Recover’November 14th, 2011
Involving local groups has been a key factor in halting the loss of forest cover in the Asia-Pacific region, a UN study has concluded.
Ethiopian Child Mortality, Malnutrition Rates DropNovember 14th, 2011
Ethiopia has more than halved its child mortality rates since 1990 through campaigns to increase the number of health workers and clinics throughout the country, government and aid officials said on Friday.
EU Renewable Firms Offer Hope Amid Grim OutlookNovember 14th, 2011
Three European renewable energy groups gave a ray of hope amid a dark outlook for green energy in 2012 with upbeat guidance or forecast-beating third-quarter results boosted by international expansion and power prices.
Bringing Bees And Business Closer With Corporate Lessons From The BeehiveNovember 14th, 2011
Honey Club is a new initiative aiming to encourage collaborative values through helping honeybees to flourish.
Local Hero Honored by ObamaNovember 14th, 2011
Ida Martin is a household name. At least in Bluffton, and in most of Beaufort County. After last week, the name is now among those announced at the White House.
Researchers Develop eButton to Monitor Food Intake, Exercise, and LifestyleNovember 14th, 2011
eButton combines the powers of cameras, GPS, and other sensors to combat obesity.
Author Promotes Real-Life “Happiness Project”November 14th, 2011
A new study suggests that people who live happier lives also live longer lives.
Community Works Together to Reopen Condemned InnNovember 14th, 2011
The Lakeview Inn is reopening after the Montcalm County Building Department condemned it last summer.
Husband Digs Through Nine Tons of Trash to Find Wife’s RingNovember 14th, 2011
$10,000 ring accidentally thrown out found after filthy search at waste facility.
Good Samaritan’s Kindness Repaid Same DayNovember 14th, 2011
A local man’s gesture of roadside goodwill was almost immediately repaid with an intervention that likely saved his life.
Quebec Woman Turns 101 on 11/11/11November 14th, 2011
Celebrating a birthday on 11/11/11 is something special but doing it twice in a lifetime is a dream for nearly everyone – except Florida Duguay.
Vegans Least Likely Diabetics, StudyNovember 14th, 2011
Plant-based diet lowers risk of diabetes.
Skin Cells Transformed Immune Cells for CancerNovember 13th, 2011
Scientists have opened up the possibility of one day using cancer patients’ own skin to fight their tumours.
HIV Soaring High in GreeceNovember 13th, 2011
‘Contagion’ is the label financial markets use for the economic spread of the Greek crisis. For hundreds of people in an increasingly chaotic society, the word has a deadlier meaning.
FDA Approved Cord Blood ProductNovember 13th, 2011
FDA approves first cord blood product.
Canada Kills Essential Environmental ProgramsNovember 13th, 2011
Canada is going on a spending spree to prepare for needless war while turning its back on the environment.
Cholesterol and Diabetes Screening by Age 9November 13th, 2011
The panel urges cholesterol screening between ages 9 and 11 — before puberty, when cholesterol temporarily dips.
Tropical Diseases Hit Billion People NeglectedNovember 12th, 2011
Experts note that success is uneven in part because of different rules and regulations for drug development, testing.
Clinton: AIDS-Free Generation Within ReachNovember 12th, 2011
To keep it that way, no reduction in effort and funding.
Anti-Smoking Ads Need Positive Message to be EffectiveNovember 12th, 2011
Certain types of anti-smoking ads may not be effective for young adult smokers who are generally anxious, according to a new study.
Hands Off MedicareNovember 12th, 2011
Reining in spending on a program as popular as Medicare is politically treacherous, but there’s no way around it. The program isn’t sustainable.
Researchers Develop eButton to Monitor Food Intake, Exercise, and LifestyleNovember 12th, 2011
People attempting to lose weight won’t need to track their daily food intake anymore, thanks to a wearable, picture-taking device created at the University of Pittsburgh.
Amazon, Halong Bay, Subterranean River Among New 7 Natural WondersNovember 12th, 2011
The Amazon rainforest, Vietnam’s Halong Bay and Argentina’s Iguazu Falls were named among the world’s new seven wonders of nature, according to organisers of a global poll.
During World War I, France Built a Fake Paris to Fool GermanyNovember 12th, 2011
During World War I, the French created a dummy version of Paris to the city’s immediate north.
Canada’s Tiny Arctic Port Faces Uncertain FutureNovember 12th, 2011
Every summer for three months, the Hudson Bay ice breaks up and ships load Canadian Prairie grainfor export, putting more than 100 people to work in the tinynorthern Manitoba town of Churchill.
Saskatchewan Re-Elects Gov’t; Potash Royalties FirmNovember 12th, 2011
Brad Wall’s Saskatchewan Partyromped to the biggest election victory in decades on Monday in the resource-rich western Canadian province, promising to leave potash royalties unchanged for the next four years.
Can Fetus Sense Mother’s Psychological State? Study Suggests YesNovember 12th, 2011
As a fetus grows, it’s constantly getting messages from its mother.
Your Brain vs Technology: How Our Wired World Is Changing The Way We ThinkNovember 12th, 2011
Our brains adapt to how we use them – so what does our love affair with tech mean for our minds?
Unusual Radiation Detected in EuropeNovember 12th, 2011
New radiation, not believed to be from Fukushima, is being detected in Europe at significant levels.
Overcoming CorporatismNovember 12th, 2011
The ‘occupy’ demonstrations across the US are getting the attention of the corporate criminals that run the country.
Haiti Cholera Victims Demand Pay and HealthcareNovember 12th, 2011
Rights group says UN, MINUSTAH liable for 6,600 deaths on island and infections of nearly half a million more.
Somalia Humanitarian Aids Interfered by Foreign Military ActionsNovember 12th, 2011
UN agency says hostilities threatening the lives of those already in crisis.
Tobacco Smoking Worsens TB EpidemicNovember 12th, 2011
A new study that predicts smoking will contribute to an additional 34 million tuberculosis deaths by 2050.
Pythons Unveil Potential Human Heart MedicineNovember 12th, 2011
Three fatty acids in snake’s blood eyed for possible heart drug.
North Korea Tries to Manage Drug-Resistant TB EpidemicNovember 12th, 2011
The emergence of extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDRTB) poses a growing threat to Korea biosecurity and to TB control achievements.
Ethiopia Community Organizing to Alleviate MalnutritionNovember 12th, 2011
Community-based ‘Health Development Army’ will work to combat malnutrition, child mortality.
Thai Health Authorities are Prepared for Disease OutbreaksNovember 12th, 2011
Thai health authorities are alert for disease outbreaks.
Fukushima Survivor’s StoryNovember 12th, 2011
For a tsunami survivor the water, you would think, might be terrifying. But Chihiro Kanno launches herself into the swimming pool with a determined dive.
Smokers Want to QuitNovember 12th, 2011
But study shows only 1/3 of smokers use counseling or medication to help them quit.
Australia Brave Enough to Defy Big Tobacco’s ThreatsNovember 12th, 2011
Parliament moves forward on landmark scheme to remove trademarks, advertising from cigarette packages.
Retailers Warned Over Selling Cigarette to KidsNovember 12th, 2011
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issues over 1,200 Warning Letters to tobacco retailers.
Albania’s Sex Selective Abortions Burden MomsNovember 12th, 2011
Albania, among other European countries have the mentality of choosing baby boys than girls and would opt for abortion for this.
Cameraman Shot by PoliceNovember 12th, 2011
Filming the police is dangerous to your health. In many parts of the country it can result in arrest and imprisonment.
Be Aware Where Bacteria ResidesNovember 12th, 2011
A friend passes you their mobile phone to show you a picture of their child looking adorable or their favourite holiday beach. But be careful — they may be sharing more than just memories with you.
Resist Flu with Traditional DietsNovember 12th, 2011
By going back to your roots, you can protect your health and resist the flu virus this season!
Germany Takes on FacebookNovember 10th, 2011
Germany has deemed Facebook’s factial recognition software illegal and intends to impose fines for the violation.
‘Life-Threatening Epic’ Blizzard Hits AlaskaNovember 10th, 2011
A massive blizzard with hurricane-force winds slammed into the west coast of Alaska on Wednesday.
Extreme weather events reported in skies over AustraliaNovember 10th, 2011
Victoria’s State Emergency Service has responded to more than 1000 calls for help overnight after one of the wildest storms to lash the state this year.
Golden Mean Wins Chemistry Nobel PrizeNovember 10th, 2011
Quasicrystal structure based on the golden mean won Daniel Shechtman the 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; Find out why it is a thing of beauty.
Quake Hits Oil-Drilled Oklahoma Area Again, Really a ‘Mystery’?November 10th, 2011
Did you feel it? New quake phenomena: Never seen, sometimes disastrous, too often deadly, always ‘mysterious’
Crooks Eye Restaurant Grease for Biofuel: The ‘New Copper’November 10th, 2011
Not long ago, the theft of copper was all the rage because of high prices. Now, greasy spoon restaurants are a new target.
Plutonium Oxide Inhaled by Idaho Nuclear Reactor WorkersNovember 10th, 2011
Three workers were Wednesday undergoing health checks after being exposed to a radioactive material while involved in the decommissioning of a nuclear reactor in Idaho.
The Closer We are to Earth, The More Knowledgeable to LifeNovember 10th, 2011
Modern food and medicine are some of the things we learned from the tribesmen.
Vegetative Patients Could be Really Aware in Their SurroundingsNovember 10th, 2011
Scientists have used a portable device that tracks changes in brain waves to communicate with people in a vegetative state, some of whom have been locked in their bodies for more than a year.
Vitamin D Lowers Cancer RiskNovember 10th, 2011
Dr. Mercola interviews Carole Baggerly about the importance of vitamin D for overall health and specially for cancer.
Gene Test Helps Tailored Treatment for Cancer PatientsNovember 9th, 2011
Doctors on Wednesday said they had used a wide-ranging genetic test for mutations in cancer cells to help finetune treatment for patients with lung tumours.
Magnets Help Fight Prostate CancerNovember 9th, 2011
A new way of fighting prostate cancer with microscopic magnets shows promise as a treatment for advanced disease, experts have said.
Molecule Find Gives Hope on MalariaNovember 9th, 2011
A blood cell molecule that acts as a gateway for malaria could prove to be a fatal chink in the infectious organism’s armour, scientists believe.
France Hails Police Dog with 1,700 Arrests Under Its CollarNovember 9th, 2011
A French police dog credited with sniffing out 1,700 drug suspects was on Wednesday decorated with a medal for bravery and dedication at a ceremony in the southwestern city of Bordeaux.
Green Push Helps European Utilities’ ProfitsNovember 9th, 2011
European governments are enticing companies with subsidy systems to expand the use of solar, water and wind power to cut greenhouse gas emissions and assuage public opposition to coal-fired power plants.
Linkin Park Teams with UN on Energy EffortNovember 9th, 2011
Rock Band Linkin Park Commits to UN Secretary-General’s Sustainable Energy for All Initiative.
Fiber-Loving Teens Have Lower Heart, Diabetes RisksNovember 9th, 2011
Teenagers who eat a lot of fiber-rich foods, such as vegetables and whole grains, are less likely to have risk factors for diabetes and heart disease, a new study shows.
Signs of Easing Tensions Between South and North KoreaNovember 9th, 2011
South Korea approves World Health Organization shipment of medicine to North Korea, in signs of easing tensions.
Toxic Donepezil Drug or Natural and Safe Foods for Alzheimer’sNovember 9th, 2011
Big Pharma’s quest for patents ignores evidence of a few safe natural substances that reduce Alzheimer’s.
Raw Nuts Help Lower Blood Sugar and Blood PressureNovember 9th, 2011
For the first time, scientists report a link between eating nuts and higher levels of serotonin in the bodies of patients with metabolic syndrome (MetS), who are at high risk for heart disease.
Anti-Aging Regimen is Simply Being HappyNovember 9th, 2011
Forget the face lift. Skip the Botox. And ditch the pricey wrinkle creams. The secret to a younger-looking face may be looking happy, new research suggests.
Radiated Food Anyone?November 9th, 2011
You might wanna read this before using your microwave again.
Ola Loa, The Alternative Low-Sugar DrinkNovember 9th, 2011
Publisher Mike Adams has researched on what can be used to replace the sugary substances of children’s vitamins and sports drinks, and strongly recommends one product line which offers both a tasty yet low sugar drink — Ola Loa.
Celebrating National Health Food MonthNovember 9th, 2011
Participating is health-friendly.
All Natural Heart-Friendly TonicsNovember 9th, 2011
List of powerful tonics that do the conditioning work for our heart which nourish, support, or strengthen it’s energy, blood, and function.
Commercial Honey is Just the Same as High Fructose Syrup and Refined SugarNovember 9th, 2011
Just because those cute little bear-shaped bottles at the grocery store say “honey” on them does not necessarily mean that they actually contain honey.
Government Admits the Dangers of FluorideNovember 9th, 2011
Fluoride has slowly been understood as a toxic chemical by the government and the public.
Hard Evidence Found of Dulce Alien Base?November 8th, 2011
Is there really evidence of an underground military-alien base near Dulce, New Mexico?
Busted! GPS Trackers Found on SUVNovember 8th, 2011
As the US becomes more like the Soviet Union, more people are finding themselves under warrentless and unjustifiable surveillance.
Supreme Court Considers Warrantless GPS TrackingNovember 8th, 2011
The US Supreme Court delved into the issue of privacy amid 21st century technology, hearing arguments on whether police can use a GPS device attached to a vehicle to track a suspect without a search warrant.
Being Genius Comes with AgeNovember 8th, 2011
New study of Nobel Prize winners suggests many discoveries made in late adulthood.
Witch Doctor Remedies to be AiredNovember 8th, 2011
For a new documentary series, explorer Piers Gibbon traveled the world investigating tribal healing techniques.
Plant Pure Seed to Sow a Non-GM RevolutionNovember 8th, 2011
Want to get GMOs out of our food? Start with the seed. It sounds simple, but non-GM seed breeders and farmers face many challenges in their efforts to provide organic food.
Man After Stroke Wakes Up GayNovember 8th, 2011
Chris Birch loses eight stone and transforms himself from skinhead to ‘preened man’. He gives up job in bank and retrains as a hairdresser.
Tilting of the Earth’s Axis Affects Sleep PatternNovember 8th, 2011
A tilt in the Earth’s axis means significant changes in day length during the year for much of the world.
Work Productivity with Power NapsNovember 8th, 2011
Some companies supply nap mats and eye masks; others designate rooms for a midday snooze.
Stem Cells Might Treat Parkinson’s DiseaseNovember 8th, 2011
Researchers have used stem cells obtained from human embryos to successfully treat Parkinson’s disease in mice and rats, a key step in the quest to develop a similar approach for people.
Judge Blocks Deadly Images on Cigarette PackagesNovember 8th, 2011
Judge blocks FDA rule requiring graphic images on cigarette packs of the dangers of smoking.
Mutating Virus Means Useless VaccinesNovember 8th, 2011
In ‘universal’ flu shot push, medical industry admits current flu shots are useless.
Chemo Just Hastens Death of Dying CellsNovember 8th, 2011
Chemotherapy may be taking too much of the credit when it ‘beats’ cancer – most of the cancer cells it is targeting were on the verge of self-destruction anyway, researchers have discovered.
Brain Parasite Directly Alters Brain ChemistryNovember 8th, 2011
Research shows infection by the brain parasite Toxoplasma gondii, found in 10-20 per cent of the UK’s population, directly affects the production of dopamine, a key chemical messenger in the brain.
Record Jump in CO2 Brings New Urgency to Global TalksNovember 8th, 2011
Annual global emissions of carbon dioxide — a primary greenhouse gas that causes global warming — jumped by 6 percent in 2010, the largest amount on record, according to a report this month issued by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Australia Carbon Plan Passed by SenateNovember 8th, 2011
Australia’s upper house of parliament passed legislation today to make polluters pay for their carbon emissions from next year as Prime Minister Julia Gillard battles to win public support for the new tax.
Cordless Phones Emit EMFsNovember 7th, 2011
Research has indicated that cordless phones can be up to one hundred times more dangerous than their mobile counterparts!
2009 H1N1 Deaths Due to MRSANovember 7th, 2011
The superbug known as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was the verdict.
Food and Medicine EverywhereNovember 7th, 2011
The most powerful food and medicine on the planet is free, and it’s growing right outside your door and around your neighborhood.
Does Your Food Contains Yeast Extract?November 7th, 2011
NaturalNews has looked into some of the so-called healthier snack foods to provide you with real information.
Illegal Kidney Purchasing in USNovember 7th, 2011
Man pleads guilty to illegally trafficking kidneys from Israel where they were later transplanted into American patients at prestigious US hospitals.
Healthy Food Choice Called a Disorder?November 7th, 2011
Choosing to eat healthy is a mental disorder, they say.
Food Heals Teeth CavitiesNovember 7th, 2011
We can actually cure teeth cavities with proper nutrition.
Suncream Blocks Our Body’s Natural UV ProtectionNovember 7th, 2011
Light receptors – also found in the retina – discovered in the skin for the first time. Findings could also lead to better sun protection products.
Concussion-Management Policies Required in SchoolsNovember 7th, 2011
Student-athlete concussions are being protected with a law.
Countering Fear, Balloons Inspire Smiles in KenyaNovember 7th, 2011
A U.S. artist handed out thousands of yellow balloons to Nairobi’s blue-collar commuters Monday, igniting broad smiles among Kenyans weighed down by two recent grenade blasts and warnings of an impending terror attack.
Regenerate and Recharge with FucoidanNovember 7th, 2011
This toxic world we live in requires finding ways to properly nourish our bodies.
Sulfur is An Important Nutrient for Optimal HealthNovember 7th, 2011
Some of the healthiest cultures in the world have the highest levels of sulfur in their diet while the US has some of the lowest levels.
IQ Can Be Increased with Mental Exercises, Lifestyle, Diet and SupplementsNovember 7th, 2011
IQ stands for Intelligence Quotient. Contrary to common misconception, IQ does not measure a person’s actual intelligence, but rather is measurement of one’s problem solving abilities.
Mobile Electric Vehicle Chargers Set to Roll in Six US CitiesNovember 7th, 2011
The equipment’s been purchased, the drivers have been trained and AAA is about to roll out the nation’s first fleet of mobile electric-vehicle quick chargers.
School on Wheels Brings Classes to Indian SlumsNovember 7th, 2011
It’s a school on wheels that brings education to the doorstep of disadvantaged children such as these every day, halting for several hours at a time in different parts of the sprawling city.
NASA Study of Clays Suggests Watery Mars UndergroundNovember 7th, 2011
A new NASA study suggests if life ever existed on Mars, the longest lasting habitats were most likely below the Red Planet’s surface.
Nation’s Newest Environmental Satellite Successfully LaunchedNovember 7th, 2011
America’s newest polar-orbiting satellite roared into orbit, setting the stage for enhanced weather data NOAA scientists will use to develop life-saving severe weather forecasts days in advance.
Appreciating What You Have is the Key to HappinessNovember 7th, 2011
Simply having and desiring more things won”t fetch any happiness, suggests a new study, which reveals a more nuanced approach to life – individuals who appreciate what they have tend to be happier than others.
High-Performance HerbivoreNovember 7th, 2011
There are many vegans on this planet but not many who are professional hockey players.
Being Vegetarian Can Save African-Americans From DiabetesNovember 7th, 2011
Medically speaking, African-Americans are more prone to being affected by diabetes.
Think and Free Thy MindNovember 7th, 2011
These questions have no right or wrong answers.
Never Underestimating Vitamin DNovember 7th, 2011
A cause and effect relationship has been established between the dietary intake of vitamin D and contribution to the normal function of the immune system and healthy inflammatory response, depression and maintenance of normal muscle function.
Defend Your Body From Waste VaccinesNovember 7th, 2011
For more than a century pharmaceutical companies have created and enjoyed a lucrative monopoly on health care in America.
Rift in Antarctic Glacier to Create Gigantic IcebergNovember 7th, 2011
A MASSIVE crack is growing wider in the Antarctic ice sheet and could break apart in coming months, forming a gigantic iceberg, warn NASA scientists.
Big Quake Follows Increase in Oklahoma RumblingsNovember 7th, 2011
Scientists are puzzled by the recent seismic activity. It appeared the latest quake occurred on the Wilzetta fault, but researchers may never know for sure.
Prenatal Screening Saves Your FamilyNovember 7th, 2011
Major birth defects come as a surprise for most parents, but they don’t have to.
Of Toxic Metals and Good MineralsNovember 7th, 2011
Natural News gives feedback on readers’ inquiry on how to actually remove heavy metals from their body.
Drug-resistant Bacteria Crawling in Most HospitalsNovember 7th, 2011
Nearly half of patient rooms sampled tested positive for Acinetobacter baumannii.
Successful Operation on Conjoined TwinsNovember 7th, 2011
Angelica and Angelina Sabuco, twins who were born conjoined at the chest and abdomen, are now separate little girls.
The Healthiest Coffee is the Mycotoxin-Free CoffeeNovember 7th, 2011
Mycotoxins are dangerous substances that are often found in coffee. So, how can you continue to drink coffee without ingesting the harmful mycotoxins?
Questioning How Foods Get in Our TableNovember 7th, 2011
Health advocate Mike Tubbs shares his concern on how the foods we buy were produced.
Consumer Insights on Animal WelfareNovember 6th, 2011
Survey suggests US consumers trust farmers but never sure if today’s agriculture still qualifies as farming.
Get Rid of Old Cells to Extend LifeNovember 6th, 2011
Removal of specific cells that accumulate with age can delay or prevent the onset of age-related disorders, new research suggests.
The Best Vegan Gift for HolidaysNovember 6th, 2011
This is a good example and inspiration on advocating vegan lifestyle to everyone.
Nutritional Medicine: Adding Flaxseed in the DietNovember 6th, 2011
A new study from Iowa State University’s Nutrition and Wellness Research Center (NWRC) may give men a way to combat high cholesterol without drugs — if they don’t mind sprinkling some flaxseed into their daily diet.
Alcohol Stimulates Allergy and AsthmaNovember 6th, 2011
Alcoholic beverages can trigger allergic reactions or exacerbate existing allergies, experts warn.
Watch Out on the Dangers in Your FridgeNovember 6th, 2011
Ever wonder how long you can keep that piece of cheese before it goes bad? Is that soft tomato OK to eat? The answer may surprise you.
Passion Flower Calms NervesNovember 6th, 2011
Passion flower is one of those floras best used in medical purposes.
Pets’ Hormonal Imbalance When SpayedNovember 6th, 2011
Does spaying cause depression in dogs and cats? Does this have the same effect with humans when they take out the ovaries?
Utilizing Baking Soda NaturallyNovember 6th, 2011
Learn some tips on how to utilize baking soda for a clean environment and healthy choices.
Winter Wonderland ExerciseNovember 6th, 2011
A fitness advocate shares his idea on how to get fit come winter season.
Coconut Oil Treats HIV/AIDSNovember 6th, 2011
Here is the abstract of the research paper of Dr. Conrado Dayrit on the use of coconut oil for treatment of HIV/AIDS. If this research can be corroborated by scientists around the world, the Philippines may be sitting on one of four main sources of coconut around the world. Help spread the word.
Type II Diabetes can be Naturally CuredNovember 6th, 2011
A comprehensive natural remedy on reversing Type II Diabetes.
Fructose No MoreNovember 6th, 2011
As we get deeper into recipes that require some form of sweetener, I see too many people fall into the fructose trap.
Wheat is Not That Healthy TodayNovember 5th, 2011
Eat right but still can’t lose the weight? Your “Heart Healthy Grains” are probably to blame.
Label of IrradiationNovember 5th, 2011
Irradiated herbs, seasonings and spices are exposed to HALF A BILLION chest X-ray’s worth of gamma radiation. This information is clearly publicized by the USDA and FDA.
Natural Approach on HyperactivityNovember 5th, 2011
With the growing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) cases, avoiding the drugs could be the answer to this health problem.
Cannabis: Is This Plant a Medicine?November 5th, 2011
The changes advocated by the California Medical Association can help pave the way for marijuana’s further research.
Patients Worldwide Prefer Homeopathic TreatmentNovember 5th, 2011
Facts and figures showing homeopathy as world’s fastest growing medicine.
Peru Says No to GMOs for Ten YearsNovember 5th, 2011
Peru’s Congress has approved a 10-year moratorium on imports of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to counter the threat to biodiversity in the Latin American country.
Save Food and Store Them RightNovember 5th, 2011
Would you like to increase the shelf life of your fruits and veggies without having to use toxic plastic products that harm both the environment and you?
Painkiller Overdose ‘Epidemic’ Hits United StatesNovember 4th, 2011
The United States is facing an epidemic of lethal overdoses from prescription painkillers, which have tripled in the past decade and now account for more deaths than heroin and cocaine combined.
Fountain of Youth in Fruit Fly Intestine?November 4th, 2011
Now, a new study in fruit flies is helping to explain why such minimal diets are linked to longevity and offering clues to the effects of aging on stem cell behavior.
US Topsoil Contains Levels of Radioactive Cesium Up to 10,000%November 3rd, 2011
Report: US topsoil contains levels of radioactive cesium up to 8,000 pCi/kg of cesium from Fukushima, over 10,000 percent higher than highest levels found by UC Berkeley.
Saying No To FluorideNovember 3rd, 2011
Americans and Brazilians, who are more exposed to fluoride than other populations, have a desperate need for more iodine.
PG&E Begins Removing ‘Smart’ Meters Due to Health EffectsNovember 3rd, 2011
Widening Call for Immediate Return of Analogs; Disconnection of “Mesh” Wireless Network.
Protein’s Secret Water Music in NanospaceNovember 3rd, 2011
New nuclear magnetic resonance study of proteins in nanospace reveals hidden water protein correlations over an enormous range of time scales.
300-Year-Old Chinese Coin Found in YukonNovember 3rd, 2011
Coin from Qing Dynasty found on old First Nations trade route.
Babies Understand Thought Process of Others at 10 Months Old, Research SuggestsNovember 3rd, 2011
New research from the University of Missouri indicates that at 10 months, babies start to understand another person’s thought process, providing new insights on how humans acquire knowledge and how communication develops.
NASA in Final Preparations for Nov. 8 Asteroid FlybyNovember 3rd, 2011
NASA scientists will be tracking asteroid 2005 YU55 with antennas of the agency’s Deep Space Network at Goldstone, Calif., as the space rock safely flies past Earth slightly closer than the moon’s orbit on Nov. 8.
Huge Crack Discovered in Antarctic GlacierNovember 2nd, 2011
A huge crack has been discovered in Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier, one of the biggest uncertainties in determining global sea level rise, by NASA’s Operation IceBridge, which monitors changes in Antarctic ice.
Green Vegetable Consumption Supports Optimal HealthNovember 2nd, 2011
Compounds found in green vegetables, from bok choy to broccoli, are the source of a chemical signal that is important to activate a fully functioning immune system.
Children’s Vitamins Largely Made of Sugar and Corn SyrupNovember 2nd, 2011
Those brightly colored gummy or chewable vitamins you give your children in hopes of providing them with more nutrients may actually harm their health.
The ‘Prius of Bicycles’ Switches Gears by Reading your MindNovember 2nd, 2011
The Prius X Parlee bicycle combines light-weight design with brain-control gear shifting.
NASA Studying Ways to Make ‘Tractor Beams’ a RealityNovember 2nd, 2011
Tractor beams — the ability to trap and move objects using laser light — are the stuff of science fiction, but a team of NASA scientists has won funding to study the concept for remotely capturing planetary or atmospheric particles and delivering them to a robotic rover or orbiting spacecraft for analysis.
Conflicting Cholesterol GuidelinesNovember 2nd, 2011
If you want to understand how cholesterol guidelines can be out-of-step with the science, it often pays to follow the money.
Health Wonders of HoneyNovember 2nd, 2011
Honey is known for its many healing properties.
Success on Right to Know About FoodNovember 2nd, 2011
State of Ohio dropping regulation in face of organic community pressure.
U.S. Government Glossed Over Cancer Concerns As It Rolled Out Airport X-Ray ScannersNovember 2nd, 2011
Look for a PBS NewsHour story on X-ray body scanners, reported in conjunction with ProPublica, to air later this month.
Argentinian Doctors Linked Health Problems with GM SoyNovember 1st, 2011
Argentinian doctors identify major health problems associated with RR Soy
Belgium to End Nuclear PowerNovember 1st, 2011
Belgium’s political parties have reached a conditional agreement to shut down the country’s two remaining nuclear power stations, owned by GDF Suez unit Electrabel, a government spokeswoman said Monday.