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New study discovers major differences between GMO and non-GMO corn

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(NaturalHealth365) A 2016 study published in Scientific Reports of Nature magazine has revealed major differences between GMO corn and its natural, non-GMO counterpart. These findings call into question the safety of genetically modified organisms in terms of human health and safety both near- and long-term. The peer-reviewed study conducted at King’s College in England used molecular profiles to assess the ... Read More »

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Non-GMO Farmer Speaks Out on the next NaturalNews Talk Hour

(NaturalHealth365) The general population is being forced fed FAKE food and corporate/media lies about the safety of genetically-altered food. The NaturalNews Talk Hour presents BREAKING NEWS – The Threat to Farm Fresh Food with our special guest Eric Herm, a 4th generation farmer dedicated to a stronger, healthier society. “Thank you very much for your shows Jonathan…I look forward to ... Read More »

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Big pharma scandal: Chinese vaccine maker falsifies data and sells mystery vaccine to children

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(NaturalHealth365) Chinese vaccine maker Changsheng Bio-technology Co. Ltd. has recently been involved in a shocking big pharma scandal. They are accused of providing false data related to two drugs their company manufactures. The Changsheng Bio-technology company admitted to selling a minimum of 252,600 doses of subpar DPT vaccine to the eastern Chinese province of Shandong. Because of this: over 215,000 ... Read More »

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Worried about your heart? Incredible news about quercetin will surprise you and most doctors

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(NaturalHealth365) Quercetin – a flavonoid and plant pigment found in vividly-colored fruits and vegetables – is beginning to emerge as the darling of researchers for its confirmed ability to help prevent heart disease and promote cardiovascular health. In fact, extensive population studies have shown that people with diets rich in quercetin have lower cholesterol, as well as decreased incidence of ... Read More »

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Curcumin stops cancer cell growth, NEW scientific discovery

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(Naturalhealth365) Turmeric, a kitchen spice that hails from India and Southeast Asia, has long been treasured by natural healers for its ability to fight inflammation, regulate blood sugar and combat infections. But turmeric benefits extend even beyond these traditional uses.  In fact, ongoing research suggests that its active ingredient – a plant pigment known as curcumin – could be a ... Read More »

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Why house dust is making people fat and sick

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(NaturalHealth365) Strange as it seems, being an indifferent housekeeper could be right up there on the list of risk factors that promote health problems and obesity.  Recent studies suggest that endocrine-disrupting chemicals lurking in ordinary household dust may disturb metabolic health and trigger the accumulation of body fat, especially in children. Read on to discover the truth about how chemical ... Read More »

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Glyphosate has adverse effects on gut bacteria essential to human health

(NaturalHealth365) Rates of chronic disease have skyrocketed in the United States in the past few decades – with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting that conditions such as heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes and obesity are now among the most common health problems.  Independent researchers and natural health experts warn that glyphosate – used in the ... Read More »

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Magnesium deficiency linked to a 76 percent higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer

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(Naturalhealth365) Pancreatic cancer – which claims roughly 49,000 lives every year in the United States – is notoriously difficult to detect and treat, conventionally speaking. Sadly, rates of this lethal cancer have been rising steadily over the past ten years, and the National Cancer Society predicts that there will be over 55,000 new cases diagnosed in 2018 alone.  Yet, we ... Read More »

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Surprising truth about exercise and better brain health

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(Naturalhealth365) When it comes to the physical and mental benefits of exercise, research has focused on the effects of consistent, long-term exercise routines. But an intriguing review shows that a single episode of exercising can offer substantial and immediate brain health dividends that promote mental clarity and improve cognition. (how cool is that?!) This review also highlighted results from steady ... Read More »

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WARNING: Synthetic antidepressants raise the risk of premature death, study reveals

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(NaturalHealth365) Antidepressants are supposed to help regulate mood and improve quality of life. However, a relatively new study by a team of researchers led by scientists from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada has found that for some people, antidepressants actually raise the risk of early death. The most common antidepressant drug class is serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs. They function ... Read More »

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Top supplements shown to protect eye health and good vision

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(Naturalhealth365) With the graying of Americans, age-related vision problems are on the rise. According to the National Institutes of Health, 2 million people in the United States have advanced macular degeneration (the leading cause of blindness in older adults) with another 8 million people at risk. Simply put, eye health is a major health concern. In addition, an estimated 20.5 ... Read More »

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6 reasons why IQ scores are dropping every generation since the 1970’s

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(Naturalhealth365) In a bit of unwelcome news, scientists have found that humans are becoming less intelligent. In a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a pair of Norwegian researchers studied test results from over 730,000 young men and found that IQ scores were dropping – to the tune of seven points per generation. A recent British ... Read More »

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