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Independent research finds Roundup linked to over a dozen major health issues

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(NaturalHealth365) In March of 2015, the World Health Organization officially classified glyphosate, a primary ingredient of the weed-killer Roundup, as a probable carcinogen. Since then, over 1,200 people with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma have filed suit against Monsanto, the herbicide’s manufacturer, for failing to warn of the cancer risks – with many more lawsuits likely to emerge. As Monsanto, a.k.a. “the world’s ... Read More »

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Weed killer Roundup contains ingredient that can kill human cells, say researchers

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(NaturalHealth365) Roundup has been a top-selling weed killer since its release in the 1970s. Numerous studies have connected its active ingredient, glyphosate, with a number of serious health problems – especially to the unborn child.  More recently, it’s been found that one of the so-called “inert” ingredients in Roundup could be making the effects of glyphosate much worse. “Inert” ingredients ... Read More »

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Glyphosate warning: Unfavorable birth outcomes for moms exposed to Roundup

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(NaturalHealth365) New data was recently presented at a children’s health conference warning the public about the grave dangers of glyphosate, the active ingredient in weed killers like Roundup and similar herbicides. When glyphosate gets into the systems of expectant mothers, the risk of a number of adverse outcomes rises. These include lower birth weight, shorter gestation times and additional risks ... Read More »

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Cancer patients say Roundup is to blame as EPA officials aid Monsanto

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(NaturalHealth365) Over 800 cancer patients are suing Monsanto – the producer of the glyphosate-based weed-killer Roundup – saying the agrochemical giant corporation failed to warn consumers about cancer risk. And, their attorney says the number of plaintiffs is expected to soar within the next year. Meanwhile, explosive Monsanto emails, recently unsealed, seem to show that an EPA official cooperated with ... Read More »

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Is the EPA aiding Monsanto in covering up the cancer-causing effects of Roundup?

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(NaturalHealth365) Monsanto and the Environmental Protection Agency have apparently joined forces to try to prevent a former EPA official from being deposed during an upcoming legal battle. And the stakes are high – attorneys representing a group of cancer patients are accusing Jess Rowland, a former deputy at the Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) Office of Pesticide Programs, of breaking ethics rules ... Read More »

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Roundup is more toxic than glyphosate alone, lawsuit claims

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(NaturalHealth365) Much of the scrutiny of the Monsanto weed killer Roundup has focused on its content of the herbicide glyphosate, dismissing its other ingredients as “inert.” However, a recent lawsuit claims there is something about the chemical cocktail comprising Roundup that is more toxic than just the glyphosate on its own. The truth is that no additive is inert, and ... Read More »

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Low level Roundup residues in food linked to serious liver disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Natural health experts have long warned of the dangers of glyphosate, the herbicide found in Roundup weed killer. Listed as a “probable human carcinogen” by the World Health Organization, glyphosate has been linked with autism, ADHD, birth defects and cancer – among other devastating effects. Now, recent research has yielded a bombshell finding – a shocking connection between glyphosate ... Read More »

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Roundup herbicide and GMOs destroy the digestive system

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(NaturalHealth365) The most popular herbicide worldwide is called Roundup and it uses an active ingredient called glyphosate. Foods stuffs that are produced in fields that are sprayed by glyphosate carry residue of the chemical into the marketplace where they are consumed. In North America, bioengineered foods are ubiquitous and it is quite challenging for the average consumer to avoid them. ... Read More »

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Chelation therapy for heavy metal toxicity, the pros and cons

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(Naturalhealth365) With the staggering 80,000 synthetic chemicals lurking in the environment – and over 700 contaminants present at detectable levels in the body of the average American adult – it is clear that modern life poses unprecedented challenges to the immune system. According to medical researcher Dr. Thomas Janossy plus many other integrative healthcare experts, chelation represents an essential detoxification ... Read More »

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Emotional TRAGEDY: Antidepressants found to cause delayed depression, according to 10 experts

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(Naturalhealth365) Rates of depression in the United States have more than doubled in the past few decades. In the years between 1991 and 2002 alone, the prevalence of major depression rose from 3.33 percent to 7.06 percent – and it continues to rise. A growing number of researchers and mental health professionals believe they know the reason why and it’s ... Read More »

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Pesticides in fruit and vegetables reduce fertility and live birth outcomes

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(Naturalhealth365) Experts have long recommended that women trying to conceive through in vitro fertilization (IVF) adopt healthy lifestyle habits – such as stopping smoking, maintaining healthy weight and using natural stress relief techniques. Now, recent research has demonstrated that a woman’s chances of success could be increased by avoiding the consumption of fruits and vegetables containing a high amount of ... Read More »

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Why the European Union is light-years ahead of the U.S. on regulating toxic chemicals

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(NaturalHealth365) Why are other countries, especially in the European Union, so forward-thinking when it comes to regulating chemical toxins in food, personal care products and other consumables while the U.S. is so behind the times? As it turns out, there are concrete answers to this question that reside deep within the policies of each region. Knowing about them can make ... Read More »

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