There's good fat, and there's bad fat – although we mostly only hear about the latter.
found in common groceries that will ALARM you when you find out about their toxicity
Dengue virus has effectively been wiped out in Townsville, Australia, following the release of anti-dengue mosquitoes in 2014.
A new study from researchers at the Mayo Clinic may shed some light on why certain people can lose more weight than others despite adhering to the same regime of exercise and caloric restriction.
According to the American Cancer Society,1 liver cancer affects an estimated 41,000 Americans each year, and prevalence is rising.2 Between 2000 and 2016, the annual death toll from liver cancer rose by 43 percent for men and 40 percent for women,3 k
(Natural News) The year is 2018, and it would be nice to brag about science and medicine having come "so far," but that's impossible in regards to vaccines when they're used to make humans sick and dysfunctional, especially newborn babies, in
On Tuesday, July 24, the Johnson vs. Monsanto trial resumed with video testimony from Monsanto's toxicologist, Donna Farmer, who leads the chemical company's deceptively named Product Safety Center, and who has been a lifelong nemesis of environm
Therapists around Washington, D.C., are noticing a sharp increase in patients describing symptoms of what has been called Trump Derangement Syndrome. "There is a fear of the world ending," said DC Counseling and Psychotherapy Center founder, E
-" see "Epidemic-" The Science"...(Natural News) A video that has been censored by Facebook is now available at this REAL.video link. The video, featuring Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. of the World Mercury Project, warns about the epidemic of vaccine
Medscape and other medically-oriented web organizations periodically conduct surveys of physicians nation-wide on various topics such as physician burnout, compensation, best places to work and so on. Around once a year the ethics survey comes out an
One in every three Americans will "contract" some form of cancer in their lifetime, and only about 50 percent will survive that attack.
We don't peak in middle age, say the experts. So forget about the stereotypes and embrace change
While mobile phones are certainly handy gadgets to have around, the radiation they emit can have a profound physiological impact on the human brain. The Technocrat mind that creates technology for technology's sake is seldom concerned with 'side
Here's why vaccines are unnecessary: They are merely given purportedly to immunize against or shall it be said 'prevent' certain diseases, most of which are rarely fatal in first world countries. These are mostly transitory viral conditions. Th
will bathe passengers in cancer-causing electropollution...(Natural News) The United States is home to virtually as many cars as people, with its 318 million residents owning an estimated 260 million vehicles. As noted by the website Nanalyze.com, if
Ready Nutrition Readers, before you scoff completely at the title and smirk at the use of a manufactured pharmaceutical, there are a few things I ask you to keep in mind. I have written before on my stance regarding both naturopathic and traditional
The three trillion-dollar income stream produced by the medical industrial complex is about to come demolished by a home remedy - baking soda. Buy stock in Arm & Hammer. (Church & Dwight Co. Ltd.)
and healthy living...(Natural News) REAL.Video, the new free speech alternative to YouTube, is already attracting a wide range of interesting and informative videos. Started as a response to YouTube's censorship of natural health and conservative-l
(Natural News) It's pretty easy to protect yourself from dangers that you can see. Take sharp objects, for instance: If you're handling a knife or any object that can injure a person, it's only right that you take appropriate measures to avoid
If you're affected by occasional dry scalp, skip the harsh medicated treatments and try a simple, natural remedy to hydrate the scalp. Consider treating yourself to once-weekly scalp massages with warmed oil, an ancient Ayurvedic practice that call
(Natural News) These days, it's hard to find someone who doesn't own a mobile phone of some kind. In its latest research, the Pew Research Center estimates that at least 95 percent of all Americans own a mobile phone. In recent years, the number
One in three pregnant women in Norway has a vitamin D deficiency at the end of her pregnancy, a major study published earlier this year in PLOS One has shown.
(Natural News) A study published in the International Journal of Sports Medicine has revealed that cancer survivors (CS) may gain significant benefits from undergoing physical activity (PA). However, the optimal dose of physical activity remains uncl
Impressive new research led by scientists at UT Southwestern, has discovered the earliest point in a neurodegenerative process that is thought to lead to dementia. The researchers describe the discovery as like finding the "Big Bang" of Alzheimer's d
(Natural News) Insect pests are some of the worst problems you'll encounter as a pet or livestock owner. While commercial insecticides are readily available, they can be harmful to the environment and your animals due to their chemical content. For
There is not one prep greater than your own body and mind. That sounds like a broad, sweeping statement, but it's 100% true.
Seismic is combining clothing and robotics into what they call Powered Clothing™. They aim to get exosuits into stores by the end of 2018 in the US, Japan and the UK.
Before we look at what is stressing you sick, and how to make positive changes, let's start with what the adrenal glands actually are. The adrenal glands are the two small but significant glands that sit on top of your kidneys. They are part of th
Cerebral small vessel disease (SVD) is one of the most commonly associated causes of age-related dementia and stroke. New research, led by the University of Edinburgh, may have finally uncovered the mechanism by which SVD causes brain cell damage, as
and disease prevention...(Natural News) Alternative medicine is growing in popularity around the world, but in the U.S., this increase in popularity is especially noticeable. For nearly two decades, reports have shown there's an increasing interest