Natural News

NaturalNews.com
Facebook blocks video from RFK, Jr., questioning the medical establishment
Mike Adams The censorship purge of Facebook and other tech giants isn’t just about politics; it’s also about medicine.

Now, we’ve learned that an important 2-minute video by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., from the World Mercury Project was blocked by Facebook.

Don’t worry: We rescued the video and posted it to REAL.video, where you can now view it in full.

See the article and the full video here.

New Videos from REAL.video
RedAlert: Massive Silicon Valley Censorship Happening Real-TimeWatch this video
Story of Engineer’s Recovery From Diabetic Coma – Death to DiabetesWatch this video
More proof that deeply colored vegetables prevent cancerWatch this video
Featured Articles
Evidence is undeniable: Smart meters cause massive changes to the heartBy Ethan Huff | Read the full story
U.S. media decries China’s censorship of a massive vaccine scandal, even while the U.S. media censors all the vaccine scandals covered up by the CDCBy Vicki Batts | Read the full story
Sponsor: Organic, lab-verified storable food supply made completely without junk ingredients or GMOs.
Editors of two of the most prestigious journals of medicine agree that “evidence-based medicine” might not be trustworthy or even trueBy Isabelle Z. | Read the full story
Another side effect of opioids: New research finds they tank your metabolism, increasing risk of obesity by a shocking 95 percentBy David Williams | Read the full story
Sponsor: Reap the benefits of two nutritional powerhouses with this Pure Microalgae Superfood Blend
Scandal: Airport weather stations that record “global warming” temperatures sit directly in the exhaust paths of fiery hot jet enginesBy Tracey Watson | Read the full story
Sponsor: Google and Facebook banned this video (discover why they want to stop you from seeing this…)
Discover the best deals this summer at the Health Ranger StoreAt the Health Ranger Store, every product featured in the Summer Superfood Sale is lab-verified and ultra clean. Absolutely no GMOs, additives, or dangerous chemicals. For a limited time, buy one item and get the second (same) item at 50 percent off.

Learn More »

More of Today’s ArticlesWhere in the world are your sugar, coffee and soybeans coming from? Hopefully not pesticide-saturated Brazil
Do you or your children suffer from pesticide poisoning? How would you know? The last time your doctor took a blood panel, did he or she review the levels of dioxins found? Humans who fail to …

Scientists document the anti-cancer properties of the Allium wallichii
Allium wallichii (AW), a plant used as a spice and natural treatment in Nepal, has been cited as a potential anti-cancer treatment. A study published in the journal BMC Complementary and …

China orders its state-run media to delete all articles and images about an exploding vaccine scandal… sound familiar?
A Chinese vaccine maker has been fabricating records and pumping out defective vaccines. All production has been halted at Changchun Changsheng Biotechnology, China’s second largest rabies …

Rate of suicide among the elderly is up, mainly due to disease: Here are 4 tips to help those at risk
Suicide rates among older Americans have reached a disturbing peak. According to Drs. Namkee G. Choi and Diana M. DiNitto, both social work professors at The University of Texas at Austin, more …

Doctors are trained to mass diagnose nearly everyone with depression (and put them on psychiatric drugs)
Health professionals will be the first to say that depression is a serious mental illness that must not be taken lightly — and yet it would appear that they themselves are guilty of doing so, …

5 Superfoods that need be in your regimen today
Renowned family physician and-time #1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Mark Hyman has listed five superfoods that you should integrate into your regimen today. Plant foods According to Dr. …

Natural, non-toxic hair dyes now being made from blackcurrant skins
Planning to dye your hair? Try using blackcurrant. A team of researchers at the University of Leeds developed a hair dye using the skins of blackcurrant. The study, published in the Journal of …

Dogs as college therapists are on the rise in North America; study finds they help stressed out students feel better
Therapy dogs are popular when used to provide assistance and comfort to children, patients, and seniors. But there are also universities that have implemented programs wherein therapy dogs and …

Violence, ignorance, hate and socialism – Find out how toxic foods and noxious medicines are fueling Leftist derangement across America
Want to live in a country that has no police, no laws, no freedom of speech, no freedom of press, no freedom of religion, and no right to bear arms? Then move to some third world country, find a …

Salty and sweet: Snacks and treats provide a quick boost but the damaging side effects last longer
Is that candy bar worth a lifetime of disease? As more evidence comes out on the dangerous effects of unhealthy snacks, are you willing to gamble your entire well-being for a few seconds of …

Study: New herbal medication effectively reduces arthritis symptoms
A new Korean trial tested the efficacy of ChondroT on rats suffering from collagenase-induced osteoarthritis. They reported that the newly-released medication – made of five different herbs from …

Olive oil is the key to longevity: Only one tablespoon a day can do wonders for your health
There is lots of conflicting advice about the ideal way to eat, but one thing that nearly every healthy regimen seems to have in common is olive oil. This fat that comes from the fruit of the olive …

Peaches: The health benefits of the sweet and sour fruit
Peach (Prunus persica), a fruit that’s originally from mainland China, is now available the world over. Together with cherries, apricots, plums, and nectarines, it’s part of the Prunus …

Garden thyme essential oil’s antibacterial properties found to be useful in fighting childhood illnesses
Second only to malaria, diarrhea is one of the most common childhood illnesses in the Republic of Cameroon. Treating this condition in rural areas usually means turning to plants. The utilization …

Simple ways to boost your testosterone naturally
When menreach the mid-forties, their testosterone levels start to decrease at around one to two percent in measurable blood levels every year. After the age of 60, this decline in testosterone …

Researchers identify the major sources of E. coli breakouts on several beaches on Lake Michigan
The beach may be the hottest destination during the summer, but not so much when it’s infested with Escherichia coli, a bacterium commonly found in feces. Just this year, several beaches in …

Baby Boomers are partying too much: Heavy drinking is causing serious illness across the age group
Baby boomers seem to be spending their nights drinking, data from Public Health England suggest. This conclusion, while initially funny at first glance, is highlighting a very serious and growing …

Revenge? Poacher hunting pride of lions in South African game reserve mauled to death, eaten
A suspected poacher was mauled, killed, and partially eaten by a pride of lions at the Ingwelala Private Nature Reserve in South Africa. The man, who has yet to be identified, is suspected to be …

Scientists look at the purple mangosteen to treat malaria
An Indonesian study investigated the ability of the purple mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) to suppress malaria. In addition to reporting that the extract and fractions found in the fruit’s …

Extract of a Chinese herb exhibits protective properties against cerebral diseases
A plant-based compound from the Chinese foxglove (Radix rehmanniae) showed promise as a means of protecting the brain from cerebral diseases. A Chinese study reported that catalpol encouraged the …

SCARY: Machine-learning experts build neural network that manipulates facial movements to create fake video footage
Researchers have just created yet another terrifying artificial intelligence (AI) tool to cause confusion and spread misinformation throughout mass media. In an article from The Register, experts …

Just one month of taking curcumin can dramatically reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s
Turmeric is highly regarded as a spice, known for giving foods wonderful flavor and color. But the turmeric root is much more than a simple flavoring agent; this kitchen staple is gaining …

Herbal remedy that was effective against SARS found to be beneficial for acute lung injury
In traditional Chinese medicine, the chameleon plant (Houttuynia cordata) is associated with lung diseases. Its primary function is to treat the abscesses and heat that develop in the lungs, …

    
WebSeed 7850 N. Silverbell Rd. #114-349 Tucson, AZ 857

You may also like...

Translate »