(NaturalNews) Cancer remains one of the most-researched diseases all around the world, as international scientists work on research to broaden the understanding of every aspect of this disease – why and how it develops, grows and spreads within the human body. This knowledge... [...]
The symptoms of chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer are very similar, often leading to a misdiagnosis – a frightening prospect, considering only 3% of people with pancreatic cancer survive 3 years after being diagnosed. Now, it is being reported that a simple urine test could make it easier to catch the deadly disease more quickly.
Nearly 200 urine samples were collected from patients with pancreatic cancer and were compared with around 100 samples taken from individuals with chronic [...]
(NaturalNews) An Echinacea extract is just as effective as the antiviral drug Tamiflu at speeding recovery from flu infection, according to a study published in the journal Current Therapeutic Research.The new findings build on prior research which showed that Echinacea acts as... [...]
(NaturalNews) A study recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) will undoubtedly add more controversy to the already heated subject of abortion; it was found that premature babies are surviving earlier outside of the womb -- specifically, at just 22 weeks. Furthermore... [...]
From the History Commons Groups blog:
A large number of entries have been added to the Complete 9/11 Timeline at History Commons, including many that provide new details about the events of September 11, 2001, and some that describe the initial official accounts of the military's response to the 9/11 attacks.
Air Force Secretary and Chief and Chief of Staff Learned of Attacks during Meetings
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Oh goodie. War, Crash, Fukushima, Drought, CERN. It kind of makes you wonder what these demons have planned for us next?
That CERN thing is scary. Someone needs to shut that thing down permanently. They are tampering with the very fabric of our existence!
Let’s try to stay on top of what’s happening there gang. [...]
(NaturalNews) More than 200,000 Australians -- smokers and non-smokers -- took part in a research study which ultimately revealed that death from cigarette use is much higher than doctors previously estimated. The journal BMC Medicine reported that smoking just 10 cigarettes daily... [...]
(NaturalNews) We often hear that professional football players are in the best shape of their lives. Their level of fitness cannot be denied, but what about their overall health, specifically their brain health? There has been increasing concern over the long-term effects of the concussions... [...]
Our distant ancestors came in a variety of different shapes and sizes, just like modern humans do today. Its easy to imagine that our prehistoric ance... [...]
(NaturalNews) Young girls who frequently consume sugary drinks such as soda and other drinks with added sugar tend to start their menstrual cycles earlier than those who don't, according to new research that was published in late January in Human Reproduction, one of the world's leading... [...]
A "risk factor for depression during adolescence and breast cancer during adulthood." [...]
Arthritis is a pretty broad term. Did you know there are 120 diseases that affect joints, muscles, and other tissues that all end up lumped together under the umbrella term “arthritis?” The three most common are osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, and rheumatoid arthritis.
Arthritis can affect people of all ages; even children! Symptoms of arthritis can include pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints, or the inability to move a joint properly. The people most at risk are men and women a [...]
by Inder Comar, Global Research:
Late Friday, a federal judge dismissed a civil claim filed against George W. Bush and other high-ranking officials regarding their conduct in planning and waging the Iraq War, and immunized them from further proceedings.
“This is an early Christmas present to former Bush Administration officials from the federal court,” Inder Comar of Comar Law said. Comar brought the claim on behalf of an Iraqi refugee and single mother, Sundus Shaker Saleh. “This was a s [...]
(NaturalNews) We've got great news to share with you today: I have confirmed that I'll be able to publicly release open-source 3D printer files for some of the key parts for the upcoming invention I'm announcing in early 2015.The invention is loosely described in this article... [...]
(NaturalNews) The idea that consuming calcium-containing milk products is required to sustain healthy bones is quickly fading, as new research continues to unravel one of the food market's biggest myths.Extensive reporting by Natural News reveals that humans are the only mammals... [...]
(NaturalNews) Soda, pop, soda pop, coke, whatever you might call it depending on which part of the country you're from, this sugary drink is still by far one of the worst things that you can put into your body, and the research continues to substantiate this claim.Published in... [...]
(NaturalNews) Texas health officials as well as others with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have ended a 21-day quarantine and observation period for dozens of people suspected of being exposed to the United States' first domestically diagnosed Ebola patient, and while... [...]
About 110,000 people gathered in the center of Barcelona to call for snap regional elections after Catalonia was forced to cancel its November 9 independence referendum under pressure from Madrid. [...]
I take on a better-safe-than-sorry approach when it comes to my health. If I think something is wrong, even if it turns out to be nothing, I take it to my doctor. Preventative medicine and getting out ahead of disease is the only way to survive it.
So let’s talk about some of the common signs.
With lung cancer, one of the first signs is shortness of breath. This is pretty commonly ignored by almost everyone. Sometimes people think they have asthma, or even that it’s all in their he [...]
Huh. That’s something else. Archaeologists working in the Hindu Kush mountain range have unearthed 120,000 year old evidence that early man used cannabis. The team from Quad-i-Azam University in Pakistan discovered the cave, which contained Indica seeds and various other objects.
They also discovered resin inside of a jar, indicating that these people may not have been too different from us. We like hotboxing cars or small rooms, and they were all about hot boxing their caves apparently.
Michael Hoffman is a former reporter for the Associated Press and the author of six books of radical history, journalism and literature. He describes himself as a "heretical writer." Hoffman is also the managing editor of the newsletter Revisionist History. We’ll discuss his book, They Were White and They Were Slaves: The Untold History of the Enslavement of Whites in Early America. First, Michael shares his inspiration for writing this book and why it is important to highlight this dark corne [...]
Decision comes because “the majority of the MPs voted for dictator-style laws." [...]
Heather CallaghanActivist PostAs the gut microbiome becomes the newest hot topic in medical science, researchers are welcoming natural and nutritional approaches to optimal health and preventing disease.A lot of studies take a doom-and-gloom tone about the devastating effects on the world from generations of immersion in antibiotics - in animals, in food and in early childhood. Some have even traced the damage to the immune system from before conception. Many are warning that there is no hope ex [...]
(NaturalNews) When it comes to cancer, no one wants to be caught off guard with its diagnosis. Unfortunately, many people are initially surprised when they hear that they have the signs of a particular type of cancer only to later realize that the signs had been there for quite some... [...]
When you look up at the moon’s pockmarked face, you’re actually staring at Earth’s early history. The rain of asteroids that pummeled the lunar surface hit our planet too — it’s just that erosion and plate tectonics blotted out the evidence. In fact, no rocks anywhere in the world survived to tell the story of […] [...]
The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 67.16 points. [...]
Those who keep taking our biodiversity for granted: dumping corporate waste, spraying copious amounts of herbicides and pesticides, contaminating our water with fluoride, arsenic, and other industrial chemicals while generally ignoring the environment at large, have another thing coming. According to a Stanford biology professor, Rodolfo Dirzo, the earth has begun its 6th mass extinction cycle – and it’s our fault.
More than 3.5 billion years of biodiversity hang in the balance. [...]
James Temple imageActivist PostThe planet's current biodiversity, the product of 3.5 billion years of evolutionary trial and error, is the highest in the history of life. But it may be reaching a tipping point.In a new review of scientific literature and analysis of data published in Science, an international team of scientists cautions that the loss and decline of animals is contributing to what appears to be the early days of the planet's sixth mass biological extinction event.Since 1500, more [...]