(Natural News) What if everything you thought you knew turned out to be wrong? Books and movies have posed this dramatic question in the past, but now it could become reality as new research casts doubt on the cell samples used for more than 30,000 scientific studies. According to a report out of Radboud University... Read More […]
(Natural News) We have truly reached the point in American history where criminal indictments need to be immediately leveled against James Comey, Loretta Lynch, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Robert Mueller and a dozen other high-ranking officials who are now known to have been complicit in one of the most treasonous criminal cover-ups in... Rea […]
(Natural News) Health officials in England have devised a new plan as they continue their war on obesity. The Public Health England (PHE) urged companies to cut the calories in popular food items, everything from pizzas to burgers, bags of chips, shop-bought sandwiches, and ready-to-eat meals, to fight obesity among children, according to a Daily... Read Mor […]
(Natural News) Quantum dots are light-activated, nano-sized crystals with unique structures made from semiconductors. They’re highly tunable and can be precisely controlled for all sorts of applications, some of which lie in the field of medicine. While they’ve been used in place of organic dyes in biological analysis, researchers from the University of Colo […]
(Natural News) An assistant professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Public Affairs at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs thinks that climate change is responsible for more people contracting infectious diseases. Jessica Metcalf recently published a paper outlining her crazy theory, which presses infecti […]
(Natural News) The widely used weed killer atrazine has long been wreaking havoc on the planet, affecting not only human health but that of wildlife and aquatic life. Just how bad is it? The chemical was banned in the European Union 15 years ago because of its “ubiquitous and unpreventable” contamination, yet somehow it is... Read More […]
(Natural News) One hundred years ago, America fought in World War I, and statistics afterward horrified the world, revealing 17 million people dead or missing in action. Industrial chemists played a major role in developing poisonous and deadly biological weapons of mass destruction when they created mustard gas that was used in the trenches to wipe... Read […]
(Natural News) A new study in Nature Communications shows the earliest known activities of the brain-body interface, and they are much earlier than previously believed. Just one day after fertilization, the study found that the embryonic brains of frogs start sending signals throughout the body to direct the layout of nerve fibers and muscles. Importantly,.. […]
(Natural News) Parents lead their children by example, and today’s youth are suffering in a big way because of their poor role models. America has an obesity epidemic, with more than a third of adults now falling into this category. Therefore, it’s hardly surprising that childhood obesity is also skyrocketing given the bad example many... Read More […]
(Natural News) A new study has discovered a new health benefit of broccoli: It improves digestive health and protects against toxins, according to a Science Daily report. Researchers from Pennyslvania State University examined how cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, and sprouts, can improve digestive health and protect the gut from toxins. […]
Florida Democrat Rep. Frederica Wilson went nuclear on President Donald Trump in a phone call to the ABC broadcast television talk show The View Wednesday morning over his phone call Tuesday with the widow of one of the four soldiers killed in action in Niger on October 4, saying this is “Mr. Trump’s Benghazi.” Sgt. […] The post ‘Trump’s Benghazi’: Democrat […]
Hillary Clinton’s email activity has been subject to intense scrutiny (perhaps more so by the media than the FBI) and yet we still haven’t received the answer as to who allowed the former Secretary of State to keep her computer server nearly two years after leaving government. Hedge fund manager Charles Ortel posed the question […] The post Who Let Hillary C […]
If you didn’t know, Virginia is electing their next Governor and Lt. Governor in a few weeks, as one of the few odd-year-election states. Ralph Northam, current Lt. Governor and the democrat nominee for Governor, recently printed up and mailed out thousands of campaign flyers that make no mention of Northam’s ticket mate for Lt. […] The post Dems, Unions Scr […]
On Wednesday morning, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe confronted New York Times Deputy Managing Editor Clifford Levy in Brooklyn to get comment on the status of Nicholas Dudich’s employment at the paper. Levy appeared deeply perturbed by O’Keefe, refusing to answer any questions on the matter. The Times executive attempted to evaded O’Keefe by slipping […]
Grassroots Republican favorite Steve Bannon joined Laura Ingraham to rally for Dr. Kelli Ward in Arizon on Tuesday night. A winning combination ! Steve Bannon, Dr. Kelli Ward & Laura Ingraham !#MAGAnews #KelliWard #AmericaFirst #Arizona pic.twitter.com/8EcEVmzxJG — Whitehouse Plumber (@rharrisonfries) October 18, 2017 The former chief strategist for Pres […]
The US is India's "reliable partner" at the world stage in this period of uncertainty and angst, secretary of state Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday, sending a strong signal to side with India amidst China's "provocative actions" in the region.
The Ministry of Communications on Wednesday announced a "Diwali gift" for soldiers, in the form of reduced call rates, to ensure that they can speak to their loved ones for "longer durations." The ministry's decision drastically reduces call rates, from Rs 5 per minute to Re 1.
"It was a tough match. He is a tricky player and I have always played close matches against him. I was trying out a few things in the second game but it didn't work out. He got points and had a good lead. I was getting tired but I am happy to have won. Hopefully I will be better tomorrow," Prannoy said.
President Xi Jinping has assured China's jittery neighbours that Beijing is ready to resolve its disputes through dialogue but not at the expense of its strategic interests. His comments assume significance in the backdrop of the recent military standoff between India and China in Doklam area.
The deadliest attack hit a police training centre attached to the police headquarters in Gardez, main city of Paktia province. The Taliban, seeking to reimpose strict Islamic law after their 2001 ouster by US-led forces, claimed responsibility.
The ruling means the Trump administration could again ask the SC to decide whether his immigration orders are legal. The newest order was announced last month to replace an expiring 90-day temporary ban on travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.