Category: Natural Health News

How a study about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome was doctored, adding to pain and stigma

  By Steven Lubet, Northwestern University The public relies on scientists to report their findings accurately and completely, but that does not always happen. Too often, researchers announce only their most favorable outcomes, while keeping more disappointing results well out of sight. This phenomenon, first identified by the psychologist Robert Rosenthal in 1979, is called the…

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Idaho Family Outraged After USDA-Planted Cyanide Bomb Injures Kid, Kills Dog

By Carey Wedler Pocatello, ID — An Idaho family is outraged after their 14-year-old son was injured and his pet Labrador retriever was killed by a government-planted cyanide bomb placed in the woods behind their home. Last Thursday, Canyon Mansfield was walking with his three-year-old Lab, Casey, when he noticed a device that looked like a sprinkler…

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Haircuts for the Homeless: The Latest Public Menace

By Brittany Hunter There is something especially immoral about a government that punishes a person for giving back to their community. Unfortunately, this cruel trend is becoming all too common, as one Tucson resident is now learning firsthand. Stranger than Fiction When local news spread about a cosmetology student being investigated for giving free haircuts to…

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Signed By The Governor: New Kentucky Law To Expand Health Freedom

By Michael Maharrey Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed a bill into law that will help facilitate healthcare freedom and set the stage to nullify federally run healthcare in practice in the state. A coalition of three Republican senators introduced Senate Bill 97 (SB97) on Jan 3. The law specifies that direct primary care agreements…

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Jeff Sessions Goes Full Reefer Madness

  By Carey Wedler Attorney General Jeff Sessions is terribly confused and wildly uninformed. That, or he’s a liar. Trump’s pick to head the Department of Justice has long opposed cannabis and enthusiastically supported the war on drugs. Though he reportedly recently assured congressional lawmakers he would not be instituting a crackdown on weed in…

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There’s A Bus With Wi-Fi And Beds That Will Drive You From L.A. To SF For $48

By Amanda Froelich As the name implies, one can rest easy on the Sleepbus as they are transported from LA. to San Francisco hassle-free. In many nations around the world, primarily developing countries such as Costa Rica, Panama, and even India, travel via public transport – such as by bus or train – can be…

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Gluten-Free Diet Can Expose You to More Heavy Metals Like Mercury

By Brandon Turbeville According to a new report in the journal Epidemiology, people who eat a gluten-free diet may actually be at higher risk for exposure to arsenic and mercury. This is quite concerning considering the growing popularity of the gluten-free diet with a quarter of Americans having gone gluten-free in 2015. That was a…

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Mercury Dental Amalgams Are Linked to Chronic Illness, Fatigue, Depression and Anxiety

By Brandon Turbeville It might seem surprising to some but in 2017 there is still debate in the medical community as to whether or not dental mercury amalgams are safe. Despite voluminous amounts of evidence suggesting that mercury fillings are incredibly toxic, many dentists and medical doctors maintain that there is no major side effects…

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Colorado House Unanimously Passes Bill to Expand Health Freedom

By Michael Maharrey Yesterday, the Colorado House unanimously passed a bill that would help facilitate healthcare freedom in the state. A bipartisan coalition of two representatives and two senators sponsor House Bill 1115 (HB1115). The legislation specifies that direct primary care agreements (sometimes called medical retainer agreements) do not constitute insurance, thereby freeing doctors and…

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