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(NaturalNews) With the threat of an Ebola outbreak looming over our heads, lots of people who never even considered "prepping" as a worthwhile endeavor are stocking up on N95 masks, nitrile gloves and impermeable shoe covers. Because Ebola kills in such a rapid and gruesome fashion...
(NaturalNews) The worsening, widening spread of the Ebola virus throughout West Africa is creating another, lesser known medical crisis: the utter collapse of healthcare systems in the hardest-hit countries, largely because the systems in place were not that great to be begin with...
(NaturalNews) The United Nations isn't letting a good crisis go to waste, having recently endorsed the use of untested, experimental Ebola vaccines being rushed to market as this is typed. Agence France-Presse reports that the vaccines, which are bypassing the normal testing and approval...
(NaturalNews) In another stellar example of the nanny state run amok, a public school in Britain has taken to fingerprinting students so officials there can keep an eye on what they are eating.According to the Express & Star, a British newspaper, the Redhill School in Stourbridge...
Unexpected meteorite crash in Nicaragua highlights necessity of space program to protect from imminent danger
(NaturalNews) A meteorite slammed into Earth on the outskirts of Nicaragua's capital Managua on September 7, the government reported, raising new concerns that human civilization remains unprepared for the potential of catastrophic space impacts.The impact and resulting explosion...
(NaturalNews) When asked what cayenne can be used for to improve the body's health, the most common answer I've gotten is that it is great for the metabolism. For the most part, if you know about cayenne, you know that cayenne boosts metabolism. It also suppresses the appetite. While...
(NaturalNews) A new study has found that nearly 10 percent of U.S. cancer survivors are still smoking up to 15 cigarettes every day. Are they insane? Do they know what the cigarettes are doing to their life, or do they not really have the right "choices" needed to quit? -- That is...
If the world's leaders really cared about climate change, there's one easy way to reduce emissions, writes John Weeks - drop the obsession with increasing trade, and all the pollution that goes with it. A world based on local production, consumption and finance will be a better one for people and the environment. Let us join Keynes to imagine if we can a world in which goods are 'homespun' and finance is 'primarily national'. If we cannot imagine such a world, there is little hope for the planet. The Obama administration has proposed several ad hoc multi-country economic agreements, and in doing so has abandoned de facto the World Trade Organization (WTO) as insufficiently malleable to its interests.
Sun, wind and water now rule an area that was once polluted and derelict. In the Swedish city of Malmo, an old shipyard has been converted from industrial wasteland to spotless eco-district, setting a world class example for sustainable living.
Along the Northeast Cape Fear River, silos of an abandoned cement plant rise 20 stories over a rusty dock that was once used to load cement for the trip to nearby Wilmington. Downriver, an idle red-and-white smokestack towers over the trees. This moonscape of abandoned industry in southeast North Carolina has been home to the state's biggest local battle over air quality.
To hear Larry Hogan tell it, the multibillion-dollar effort to clean up the Chesapeake Bay has been a dismal failure — and the biggest problem is getting Pennsylvania and New York to stop sending sediment pollution down the Susquehanna River. His Democratic opponent, Anthony Brown — and most scientists — say it's more complicated than that.
A Colombian legal tribunal has ordered 11 companies to halt gold-mining operations in a 50,000-hectare (124,000-acre) reserve in the northwest of the country and return the land to the native tribe that previously lived there.
France, where a Gauloise once hung from the bottom lip of every actor or intellectual, plans to move to one of the toughest anti-tobacco regimes in the world. Garish colours and brand names on cigarette packets will be replaced by health warnings in large type and by prominent photographs of the diseased organs of smokers.
The federal agency in charge of protecting human health and the environment caused a threat in both of those areas while experimenting with a relatively new method for asbestos control, according to a watchdog report released Thursday.
Bromine looks sinister – like something you might find on Dr Frankenstein's workbench. But are people sometimes too hard on compounds made from element 35 of the periodic table?
As $100 million of shiny new craft go on display at Auckland's On the Water Boat Show, the Hauraki Gulf has received a damning report about its health. Depleted fish stocks, new marine pests and pollution by toxic chemicals from the land are highlighted in an updated State of the Hauraki Gulf Report.
A new waterway in China is part of the biggest water-diversion scheme in the world: the second arm of what is known as the South-North Water Diversion Project. The new canal will help avert an imminent crisis. But the gap between water supply and demand will remain large and keep growing.
A number of new crops and vegetable varietals being marketed as non-GMO are hitting the market, and experts say that the companies introducing them to farms and grocery stores may be onto something.
The discovery of rogue genetically-modified wheat plants growing in an Oregon field last year was officially deemed an unsolved mystery by the U.S. Agriculture Department on Friday, even as it revealed that a similar incident in Montana is under investigation.
On Aug. 17 safety certificates for genetically modified varieties of corn and rice were due to be renewed by China’s Ministry of Agriculture, and the deadline came and went with no action being taken, but the failure to act was apparently not an oversight.