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Jul 23, 2012
AstraZeneca tries to block generic drug approvals, gets slapped by court
Regular readers of NaturalNews.com know that we always advocate first for a natural solution or alternative to Big Pharma. Beyond that; however, when there is no other choice, you will find us regularly siding with you, the hapless consumer, who is constantly victimized by an out-of-control industry....[full story]
Jul 23, 2012
Health Ranger's intelligence analysis of military drones: payloads, countermeasures and more
Today across America, we're witnessing an explosion in the planned deployment of spy drones, military drones and surveillance drones, both for law enforcement use and military use. The FAA has granted permission for tens of thousands of drones to be flown in the skies of America, and companies like Raytheon are working on tiny munitions (missiles) that can be carried by single-shot drones. What follows is my personal analysis of near-future drone capabilities and countermeasures, extrapolated from information found in public articles as well as my personal knowledge of military and law enforcement tactics and mission profiles....[full story]
Jul 23, 2012
Insurance companies, government steals life insurance benefits from PTSD veterans who commit suicide
There is despicable, there is diabolical, and there are both. This appears to be a story about the latter....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Alternative media blows the lid on Big Pharma's massive bribery network
Two of the most influential alternative media organizations on the 'net -- InfoWars.com and NaturalNews.com -- have blown the lid wide open on Big Pharma's massive bribery network. Through exclusive interviews with pharma insiders, InfoWars and NaturalNews have done what the mainstream media refuses to do: grant a platform to credible whistleblowers who are exposing the systematic, criminal Big Pharma bribing of doctors who willingly accept kickbacks to write prescriptions for high-profit ...[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Texas Republican Party calls for mandatory GMO labeling, legalized raw milk, complete elimination of TSA
Delegates from the Texas Republican Party recently gathered in Fort Worth to iron out their party's official 2012 platform. And in the official platform document, it is spelled out that the Texas Republican Party is in full support of mandatory labeling of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), legalized raw milk, and the complete elimination of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA)....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Five easy steps to a more alkaline diet
Let's go over some pH basic background before getting into how to maintain a neutral (7.0) or slightly alkaline (7.4) pH blood reading for optimum health....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Exclusive: Glaxo whistleblower goes public with shocking details of bribery, marketing fraud and other pharma crimes
GlaxoSmithKline employee and whistleblower Blair Hamrick has helped make medical history. Together with his colleague Gregory Thorpe, Blair blew the whistle on criminal practices taking place inside GlaxoSmithKline which have now led to the largest criminal admission and financial settlement in the history of western medicine. GSK is paying a $3 billion fine while pleading guilty to felony crimes. (http://www.naturalnews.com/036416_GlaxoSmithKline_fraud_criminal_char...)....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Why Obama Lies
Barack Obama's America is eerily reminiscent of "The Emperor's New Clothes," where almost everybody sees the truth about their leader but is afraid to say it out loud....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Fast and Furious is not a D.C. law firm
Most Americans don’t care about whether Attorney General Eric Holder is hiding Fast and Furious documents, because they don’t understand the story....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Monsanto Promises Pain to EU, Assault Underway
The European Union (EU) has historically taken a strict, cautious stance regarding genetically modified (GM) crops, much to the chagrin of Monsanto and in stark contract to the United States....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
WHEN LOVING YOUR COUNTRY MARKS YOU AS A DOMESTIC TERRORIST
When I first became involved in political issues and events some 45 years ago as a young man just out of high school, it was because I believed in the ideals of our Founding Fathers. I had a young man’s zeal for the American dream of individuals living their lives free of government control and harassment. I was comfortable in the knowledge that I lived in the greatest nation on earth, where I could speak my mind; choose my own future; and nothing but my own limitations would stand in my way....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Gaea Powell on Safer Breast Cancer Screening
Breast cancer is the leading cause of death among American women between the age of 40-55, and the high prevalence has spawned a very lucrative industry; from mammography and other dangerous or invasive testing methods, to “preventive” double mastectomies and cancer drugs....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Christian pastor spends 1,000th day in prison
Jailed Christian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is approaching his 1,000th day in an Iranian jail – where he faces additional charges and possible execution – all because he refused to allow his children to be taught Islam....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
The cost-effectiveness of chiropractic care vs. medical care
With a shaky economy and the unknown future of healthcare in the US, consumers need better options in relieving pain and promoting health. A visit to a medical office for neck or low back pain can quickly progress to medication dependence and thousands of dollars in medical expenses. Chiropractic care is growing in popularity due to its approach to wellness and prevention healthcare, not reaction medicine. As more research reveals the cost-effectiveness of chiropractic care for treating neuromusculoskeletal complaints such as neck and low back pain, more insurances are including it as a covered benefit, and more medical doctors are referring their patients to chiropractors for relief....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
The BEST Way to Stop a "Beer Belly"
If you've paid any attention to the US news over the past week, you've surely heard that New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed a ban on the sale of sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces, in an effort to combat obesity....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Vitamin Bashing or Bad Science?
There is a global tendency to popularize pharmaceutical industry pseudoscience that harms patients and prevents health. Far from being critical, the media are easily taken in by corporate medicine. Two recent examples give food for thought. Like so many others in the media, Alex Hutchinson was misinformed about the underlying science when he wrote "Three Reasons to Reconsider Vitamin Pills." [1] Sometimes the lack of scholarship in medical research is astounding. A recent paper by María Martínez and colleagues illustrates this well. It is bizarrely titled "Dietary Supplements and Cancer Prevention: Balancing Potential Benefits Against Proven Harms." [2]...[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Monsanto weeds have taken root throughout academia
The highly respected publishing group Oxford University Press (OUP), which is considered to be the largest university press in the world, appears to be actively diluting its rigorous publishing standards at the behest of corporate interests. A recent report by Frances Moore Lappe over at AlterNet explains how one OUP published book in particular that promotes the use of genetically-modified (GM) crops lacks even basic citations -- and OUP apparently sees absolutely nothing wrong with this....[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Shock claim - NaturalNews exclusive - LA 'authorities' in Rawesome raw milk raids were impersonating public officials
Documents and testimony obtained by NaturalNews allege the following: The Rawesome Foods armed "raw milk raids" and prosecution of James Stewart and Sharon Palmer were carried out in part by law-breaking private citizens pretending to be lawful government authorities. Those individuals -- who have been operating under false labels such as "district attorney" or "LAPD officer" -- may conceivably be liable for millions of dollars in civil and criminal damages for their actions which technically may be described as:...[full story]
Jul 19, 2012
Power-hungry American Dietetic Association attempting to criminalize nutritional consulting in all 50 states
The American Dietetic Association (ADA), which refers to itself as "the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals," has launched a new attack on freedom of health speech that seeks to criminalize the giving of nutritional or counseling advice by individuals that are not officially licensed by the ADA or one of its state-level prototypes -- and the ADA is covertly attempting to accomplish this goal by quietly passing restrictive licensing laws in all 50 U.S. states....[full story]
Jul 18, 2012
Harper's assaults on the environment
There is no shortage of compelling issues to discuss in a Hill Times Environmental Policy briefing.  Even listing, without describing, the catalogue of assaults on environmental law and policy by the prime minister in the last 12 months is enough to occupy the whole issue....[full story]
Jul 18, 2012
ROBBING THE HOOD
The story of Robin Hood has fascinated me from the time I first heard it. It tapped into the same nerve, I guess, that I have for the hatred of bullies. After all, Prince John was not only a usurper of the throne of his brother, Richard the Lion Heart, but Prince John’s attempt was the first instance in recorded English history of the power of the state to bully, coerce, and tyrannize its citizenry. We are told Prince John levied a tax for the purpose of raising the sum required to ransom his brother, King Richard, made captive in a dungeon in Austria while returning from the First Crusade. ...[full story]
Jul 18, 2012
Michael Savage: Obama 'most evil' president ever
Any doubt Americans may have had that Barack Obama is a Marxist should be alleviated now after hearing his rhetoric in a speech in Virginia over the weekend, top talk-radio host Michael Savage told his listeners last night....[full story]
Jul 18, 2012
Revised info on plebiscite
South Marysburgh turned out in droves at Milford town hall on Saturday,> July 14 to vote in a plebiscite on wind turbines, organized by the S.M.> Mirror. They delivered a clear message to be passed on to Premier> McGuinty: NO turbines wanted in South Marysburgh....[full story]
Jul 18, 2012
The real reason Obama constantly lies
David Kupelian is an award-winning journalist, managing editor of WND, editor of Whistleblower magazine, and author of the best-selling book, The Marketing of Evil His newest book, How Evil Works, released to much critical acclaim in the spring of 2010. ...[full story]
Jul 18, 2012
TOWARD A HUMAN RIGHTS UTOPIA
A harmless little family restaurant in Pennsylvania is under the gun for offering a Sunday discount to customers who stop in on their way home from church. (See; Local man sues lancaster restaurant for offering discount to churchgoers)...[full story]