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(NaturalNews) Have you ever thought about how much aluminum may be in your drinking water? It might pay you to find out, and in fact, you can do that by sending a water sample to Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, for testing.Why is it important to know? Because, according to a 15...
(NaturalNews) The first U.S. president, George Washington, once warned that few men have the requisite virtue to withstand the highest bidder, the implication being that even our most trusted politicians are only as principled as their lust for power and wealth allows. There's no...
Massachusetts lawmakers propose 10-year fracking ban that would make toxic wastewater disposal illegal
(NaturalNews) Amidst raging concerns over the environmental ramifications of the controversial oil- and natural gas-harvesting technique, lawmakers in the Bay State have proposed enacting a 10-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," opponents of which claim that it...
(NaturalNews) In 1987, a working group of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) – an agency of the World Health Organization (WHO) – listed cancers of the oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, esophagus and liver as "causally related to the consumption of alcoholic...
(NaturalNews) Scientists have discovered an eco-friendly method of reducing arsenic uptake in rice by as much 50 percent, without diminishing yield.A team of researchers at the University of Delaware found that by simply mixing rice husk into the planting soil, levels of arsenic...
(NaturalNews) Simply put, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) attempt to regulate and control one's emotions by blocking synapses in the brain's chemistry, but modern scientists are still arrogant to believe that they can balance the brain's normal functions with drugs...
A new oil spill from the pipeline that carries crude oil from the northern Peruvian Amazon across the Andes Mountains to the Pacific coast has raised fears of yet more pollution of the water and fish on which indigenous villages and riverside communities depend.
At least 26 people have been killed in West Virginia in what amounts to the deadliest flash flooding in the United States since 2010.
When Julien Andrianiana started selling charcoal 14 years ago, he was just one of a few dealers around. Most households in Toliara, a coastal city in southwestern Madagascar, still used firewood for cooking.
As a wildfire roared down the mountainside and into his wooded neighborhood, 76-year-old Joe Palme grabbed a garden hose and raced to douse the wooden beams before the flames reached his property.
Rescue workers have been trying to safely dispose of hazardous chemicals after a deadly tornado hit eastern China on Thursday, killing at least 98 people and injuring more than 800 others, Chinese state media reported late on Saturday.
The majestic masted symbol of the Hudson River’s revitalization is back on the water after an $850,000 overhaul.
The science establishment expressed its "disappointment" on Friday with the referendum's outcome. It had been in the "remain" camp.
TransCanada Corp is formally requesting arbitration over U.S. President Barack Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline, seeking $15 billion in damages, the company said in legal papers dated Friday.
A massive wildfire burning out of control in the foothills of central California has left at least 150 homes in ruins and damaged another 75, officials said on Saturday, warning that more residents may be forced to flee the advancing flames.
At its 100th anniversary, the National Park system faces the twin challenges of climate change and budget neglect.
Fluctuating blue crab populations take center stage in this week’s trip beyond the headlines. Host Steve Curwood and Peter Dykstra also discuss efforts by the US Chamber of Commerce that seem intended to thwart the solar industry and the importance of famed environmentalist Rachel Carson’s early book, “The Sea Around Us”, on the 65th anniversary of its publication.
Natural News called it: Globalists now trying to steal BREXIT vote by nullifying the results... democracy on the brink!
(NaturalNews) It was my headline story on June 22, the day before the BREXIT vote: BREXIT PREDICTION: Globalists are going to steal the referendum with massive fraud....Now we see exactly that taking place. As Breitbart.com reports, a "remain" petition that has reached over 3...
American Red Cross exposed as massive, incompetent fraud: built just six homes after collecting half a billion dollars in Haiti earthquake donations
(NaturalNews) You can't make this stuff up. From Propublica.org:The Red Cross received an outpouring of donations after the quake, nearly half a billion dollars.The group has publicly celebrated its work. But in fact, the Red Cross has repeatedly failed on the ground in Haiti...
(NaturalNews) By limiting your intake of certain fish, and eating complementary foods that remove mercury from your system, you can enjoy the benefits of consuming seafood without endangering your health, as revealed in Mike Adam's new book, Food Forensics, which will hit all the...