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If you thought Google was only censoring political content, think again. Just like I warned in a previous Natural News article, Google is now censoring all content about organics, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, herbs, nutrition and supplements. Sayer Ji, founder of GreenMedInfo, has put together a damning collecting of evidence proving that Google is maliciously altering […]


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Big Pharma is hurriedly attempting to imitate these same effects — in their labs. Throughout the bodies of every human on the planet is a physiological system that plays a crucial role in establish…


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The number of teenage girls seeking sex reassignment treatment has increased by an avalanche-like 1,900 percent. Many of the patients suffer from additional diagnoses, such as self-harm, autism, or anorexia. Despite the lack of research and negative feedback from "regretters", the patients still get prescribed their treatment.


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This scientific achievement was accomplished through photodynamic therapy, a non-invasive technique.



Eva Ramón Gallegos, a researcher from Mexico National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) was able to completely eradicate the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in 29 patients.



This scientific achievement was accomplished through photodynamic therapy, a non-invasive technique that seems to be an efficient method to prevent malignant neoplasm, which is the second cause of death among Mexican women.



 



 



 


 

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Dr. A rolled his eyes.



It was last October, and he had just come across a triage note that said, “I have a tracker in me.”



Dr. A  — we’re not using his name or identifying his hospital, which is in a major American city, to protect patient safety — is 28 years old, a resident and about as green as they come.



And he’s got a patient who claims she’s got a GPS tracking device implanted in her side.



“When you work on the east side of our hospital, psychiatric patients are a dime a dozen,&rdquo

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But this patient is different. She’s put together. She’s lucid. She’s got an incision.


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Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
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Mention drowning and we all tend to envision a person in the water waving his hands, splashing and screaming for help. That’s not even remotely close to what a drowning person looks like, writes Mario Vittone in this week’s Lifelines: Safety And Rescue At Sea blog.


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THC and CBD are just two of the dozens "cannabinoids" — the medically active molecules found in marijuana. Read up on the science of cannabinoids.


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Research indicates "lifetime" use of drugs like magic mushrooms or LSD actually lessen the chances a person will commit a crime like theft or assault.


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Here's our rundown of easy packed lunch ideas, which are sure to provoke envious looks in the playground or canteen. These cruelty-free lunchbox fillers are all great for grown-ups, too.


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A highly disturbing Victoria's Secret-style lingerie show featuring 5-year-olds highlights the push to normalize pedophilia in the mainstream.


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New research using human minibrains and a hallucinogenic compound may have revealed the beneficial roles that psychedelics play in the brain.


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Going vegan is a great chance to become more creative in your cooking.

But if you’re just starting out with a plant-based diet, it might come as a relief to realise that you’ve probably been eating vegan food all your life without even realising it!


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Researchers at the University of Surrey and Dalian University of Technology in China have created a form of nanoparticle that can heat up and kill cancerous..


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Make a difference for animals by going vegan for 30 days.

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'Doctor Who' has "the central message of love for life in all its forms". Let's make sure that includes animals.
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9/11: An Architect’s Guide | Part 3: The Twin Towers and Extreme Heat Course Number: AE911-AAG-L3 (or "OD3" if viewing the archive) 1 LU/HSW for each part.
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Scientists have hailed a “breakthrough” technology capable of regrowing damaged organs and healing serious wounds with the single touch of a penny-sized pad.
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Philip Williams, 56, of Tre’r Gof in Caernarfon, died last week at Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor after struggling for years with numerous health problems
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Editor’s note: Here at HNN, we are obviously am not happy about this breaking news.

Why?

Just months ago, Snopes attempted to “debunk” us and changed our correct information to false information and got caught doing it on their site. We aren’t really sure who anointed them as God of true and false and that still remains a mystery.
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'New Scientist' Misinterprets Organic

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In a recent article for New Scientist, Michael Le Page is wrong to tell people not to eat organic if they care about the planet. He misreads the evidence, which shows organic farming is generally the better choice.
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After a series of manic episodes, I was admitted to the Centre Hospitalier de Saint-Anne in Paris. That's where I met a nymphomaniac, a medium and the reincarnation of Christ.
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