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Hormone could heal brain damage

A female sex hormone involved in pregnancy has been found to be so successful in repairing brain damage in both men and women that a...

Cancers can re-seed themselves after chemo, surgery or radiation

Ethan A. Huff Natural News Researchers from the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York have published findings in the journal...

Cal Dental Assoc – No Fluoride for Babies

The California Dental Association (CDA) joins a growing list of researchers, dental and health organizations advising against regularly...

Texas Supplied Newborn Blood Samples to Forensic Database

by Jennifer Couzin-Frankel Dogged investigation by a non-profit online media organization in Texas has revealed that between 2003 and 2007,...

The World According to Monsanto

Serious birth defects linked to the agricultural chemical atrazine

(NaturalNews) Gastroschisis is a birth defect in which the intestines, and sometimes other organs, develop outside the fetal abdomen and...

BULGARIA: Govt Forced Down on Genetically Modifed Crops

By Claudia Ciobanu Campaigning by environmental groups and the general public has weakened the determination of the Bulgarian government to...

DNA Evidence Tells ‘Global Story’ of Human History

In recent years, DNA evidence has added important new tools for scientists studying the human past. Now, a collection of reviews published...

Kangaroos Poisoned By Fluoride

HFA came across a short article of the EPA going out of their way to protect kangaroos from fluoride. It seems the fluoride poisons the...

HealthFreedoms Nutritional Supplements

Goverment to Abolish Freedom of Access to Nutritional Supplements

Health Freedom Alliance has been working for years to educate our readers about the benefits of vitamins and natural supplements and just...

Vaccine Link to Autism Dismissed

Comment: Pharmaceutical companies make billions from the sale of vaccines. Almost all vaccines given to the general public contain mercury....

The Top 10 Toxic Products You Don’t Need

It’s become so common in our culture to assume we need things – a lot of things. Over-consumption is not only a strain on our...

High Levels of Vitamin D in Older People Can Reduce Heart Disease and Diabetes

Middle aged and elderly people with high levels of vitamin D could reduce their chances of developing heart disease or diabetes by 43%,...

Survey finds states cutting back on mammograms

Some U.S. states have begun using controversial new breast cancer screening guidelines to stop offering routine mammograms for uninsured...

Pediatricians Want Redesign of Hot Dogs, Candy to Curb Kids’ Choking

The leading group of pediatricians in the United States is pushing for a redesign of common foods such as hot dogs and candies, along with...

Kidney Damage In 12 Percent Of Chinese Children Exposed To Melamine-Contaminated Dairy Products

While the majority of children who were affected by consuming toxic melamine-contaminated products in China recovered, kidney abnormalities...

Acupuncture May Ease Depression During Pregnancy

By Serena Gordon Women who experience depression during pregnancy may have another treatment option, new research suggests. The study found...

Improvement in human semen quality after oral supplementation of vitamin C.

Akmal M, Qadri JQ, Al-Waili NS, Thangal S, Haq A, Saloom KY. Dubai Specialized Medical Center & Research Labs, Dubai. This study was...

Singing ‘rewires’ damaged brain

By Victoria Gill Teaching stroke patients to sing “rewires” their brains, helping them recover their speech, say scientists. By...

Coffee: The New Health Food?

By Sid Kirchheimer Want a drug that could lower your risk of diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and colon cancer? That could lift your...

Nap ‘boosts’ brain learning power

A nap during the day improves the brain’s ability to absorb new information, US scientists claim. Volunteers who slept for 90 minutes...

Doctors in Cambridge believe they may soon have a cure for peanut allergies.

The largest ever trial to find a treatment for potentially fatal peanut allergies is to give sufferers tiny amounts daily to build up...

7 Secrets of the Emergency Room

By TARA PARKER-POPE What’s the worst thing you can say to the nurse in an emergency room? This and other questions are answered in an...

Aids: is the end in sight?

Mass prescription of anti-retroviral drugs could eradicate the disease within 40 years, scientist says By Steve Connor Testing everyone at...

Ephram Nehme Sues Anthem Blue Cross For Automatically Denying ‘Medically Necessary Liver Transplant’

Ephram Nehme wanted to visit a doctor. Turns out he also needed to hire a lawyer. His trial begins today in a Los Angeles courtroom, where...

Nursing Home Residents Form a Biker Gang

Lydia Scheltes woke up in her bed at Bethesda Retirement Center one morning with pinkish hair, a tattoo on her arm and a hangover. Not a...

Do Our Organs Have Memories?

Transplant patients sometimes take on part of their donors’ personalities. Glenda lost her husband, David, in a car crash. She made his...

Sara Lee’s False Organic Claims

Health Freedom Alliance has always been a leader when it comes to promoting organic products and food. At first our only battle seemed to...

States Move to Ban BPA, FDA Stays Silent

States are moving to ban the chemical BPA from food and drink containers, primarily those meant for infants and toddlers, because of health...

An Ibuprofen a Day Could Keep Parkinson’s Disease Away, Study Suggests

New research shows people who regularly take ibuprofen may reduce their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, according to a study...

Could hot cocoa be the next “wonder drug” for high blood pressure?

According to recent estimates, nearly 1-in-3 American adults has high blood pressure. But for the Kuna Indians living on a group of islands...

Medical studies show cannabis effective for treating pain, spasms

By Stephen C. Webster With the results of a medical study summarized by a new report delivered to the California state legislature, the...

Minor Variations in One Gene May Be Associated With Endurance Running

A few minor variations in one gene may make a difference in athletic endurance, according to a new study from Ph The study found that elite...

Naked Intimidation: The Wakefield Inquisition is Only the Tip of the Autism Censorship Iceberg

By Mark F. Blaxill I have proof. There are no words to describe the findings of the General Medical Council (GMC). All I can say is that...

Canada to approve GM ‘enviropigs’

A Canadian government department is poised to approve genetically modified pigs for the food supply, the Canwest News Service reported...

Fraud Case Rocks Anesthesiology Community

Adam Marcus In what experts are calling one of the largest known cases of academic misconduct, a leading anesthesiology researcher has been...

Once Again Big Pharma Lies And People Die

Bush lied people died, whoops wrong website. Big Pharma lied people died. There that’s better. In what should be a shocking report...

Big Pharma Researcher Admits to Faking Dozens of Research Studies for Pfizer, Merck

(NaturalNews) It’s being called the largest research fraud in medical history. Dr. Scott Reuben, a former member of Pfizer’s...

Mental Illness Breakthrough: Fish Oil Prevents Psychotic Disorders

S. L. Baker NaturalNews NaturalNews has already reported on the amazing array of health advantages linked to a diet rich in omega-3 fatty...

Vegetarians Have Smaller Brains

Barry Groves PhD There is overwhelming evidence that we can not be a vegetarian species. In 1972 the publication of two independent...

How Nasal Irrigation Increases Sinus Infections

Talal M. Nsouli, MD Like brushing and flossing, nasal and sinus irrigation has become a daily ritual for many people who tend toward...

Stem cell experiment reverses aging in rare disease

In a surprise result that can help in the understanding of both aging and cancer, researchers working with an engineered type of stem cell...

ADHD symptoms caused by lead exposure, new study claims

S. L. Baker (NaturalNews) What causes the frequently diagnosed behavioral problem in children known as attention deficit and hyperactivity...

Prostate Cancer Screening: 50 Percent False Positives

David Gutierrez (NaturalNews) As many as 50 percent of all prostate cancer diagnoses may be cases of over-diagnosis, according to a study...

Psychiatrists want to call being angry a mental illness. How utterly mad!

Do you live surrounded by clutter – ancient copies of magazines, your children’s old toys, articles you’ve clipped out of...

Endometriosis, the life-wrecker doctors dismiss as period pain

HFA just recently published a story on a women who diagnosed her child (who had a brain tumor) on the internet after refusing to believe...

Cocktail of five vitamins may give cancer patients an extra two years

Health Freedom Alliance has been on the forefront of alternative medicines for quite some time now. It brings us joy to see some...

FDA Invades Non-Commercial Amish Farm in PA

In what used to be a free country it seems the FDA even want the Amish to stop drinking raw milk. In a total disregard for his health...

Nonfat milk linked to prostate cancer

The amount of calcium and vitamin D in the diet appears to have little or no impact on the risk of prostate cancer, but the consumption of...

Cholesterol-lowering drugs increase risk of diabetes, study finds

By Lyndsay Moss Using drugs to lower cholesterol increases the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, research in Scotland suggests. An...