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The 21 curious questions we're never allowed to ask about vaccines

(NaturalNews) The surest sign of a medical dictatorship is an aggressively enforced blockade against intelligent questions. Intelligent questions, after all, can destroy a medical police state because they expose the fraud of it.Intelligent questions -- which the vaccine industry...






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Sweet potato leaves are packed with nutrition

(NaturalNews) While known for being a great source of vitamin C, a new study involving sweet potatoes identifies even more nutritional benefits associated with this very popular crop. Aside from being easily accessible, cheap and delicious, sweet potatoes are loaded with healthy vitamins...






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Prices for electricity, meats and eggs reach record highs

(NaturalNews) Corporate-run media likes to make government bureaucrats appear divided, color-coded red and blue, put into republican and democrat boxing matches, but at their roots, nearly all politicians are the same, corrupted by their positions of power and the pressure of corporate...






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Apple to store your fingerprints in the cloud, ripe for hackers and NSA surveillance

(NaturalNews) In the digital age, when governments including ours are increasingly concerned about waging the next war, in large part, via the Internet, Americans' constitutional right to privacy seems a quaint anachronism. Successive presidential administrations, as well as Congress...






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Tom Brady's Balls: Why They Matter

(NaturalNews) The internet did a collective LOL last Thursday when Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots, spoke to a packed press conference for 30 solid minutes about his balls - his footballs, that is. How tight they are, squeezing them, their "tack," and how once...






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Science had it wrong - Cold weather can make you sick

(NaturalNews) For years we have been told that getting cold has nothing to do with catching a cold. It turns out science was wrong, and Mom's common sense was right. It's a great example of how flawed science can be. The good news is that scientists have finally discovered why colder...






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Super mosquitoes with insecticide resistance discovered in Mali

(NaturalNews) It started with chemicals like Agent Orange. When modern man bought into the idea of chemical warfare, he truly believed that he could poison his enemies and the environment to death and not face the repercussions. 19 million gallons of Agent Orange were sprayed over...






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Food prices continue to skyrocket in America; get ready to grow your own at FoodRising.org

(NaturalNews) Americans paid more for meat, poultry, fish and eggs this past Christmas than at any other time since the federal government first began tracking this data back in 1967, according to new data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).Despite a slight overall...






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Five startling reasons why you're holding a death grip on stress

(NaturalNews) Would it surprise you to know that a stress-free way of life is not only possible, but easy to accomplish?And the number one obstacle is you.I can say this because I know that everything in this article applies to me. So, strap in. The following are the kind...






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U.S. prison system a corporate-run "neo-slavery" trap

(NaturalNews) Are U.S. prison systems really little more than institutions that foment and perpetuate "neo-slavery"? Award-winning journalist Chris Hedges believes so.In a recent interview with investigative journalist Ben Swann, Hedges said that many inmates work eight hours...






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Latent HIV may lurk in 'quiet' immune cells, research suggests

HIV can lie dormant in infected cells for years, even decades. Scientists think unlocking the secrets of this viral reservoir may make it possible to cure, not just treat, HIV. Researchers have gained new insight on which immune cells likely do, and do not, harbor this latent virus.





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Stress shared by same-sex couples can have unique health impacts

Minority stress -- which results from being stigmatized and disadvantaged in society -- affects same-sex couples' stress levels and overall health, research indicates. Authors of a new study state that the health effects of minority stress shared by a couple can be understood as distinct from individual stress, a new framework in the field.





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Research uncovers connection between Craigslist personals, HIV trends

Craigslist's entry into a market results in a 15.9 percent increase in reported HIV cases, according to research. When mapped at the national level, more than 6,000 HIV cases annually and treatment costs estimated between $62 million and $65.3 million can be linked to the popular website, the authors state.





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Study links deficiency of cellular housekeeping gene with aggressive forms of breast cancer

A strong link between the most aggressive type of breast cancer and a gene that regulates the body's natural cellular recycling process, called autophagy, has been uncovered by researchers.





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Fluorescent dyes 'light up' brain cancer cells

Two new fluorescent dyes attracted to cancer cells may help neurosurgeons more accurately localize and completely resect brain tumors, suggests a new study. Removing all visible areas of cancer (gross total resection) significantly improves survival after brain cancer surgery.





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'Vast Majority' of Neurosurgeons Practice Defensive Medicine

More than three-fourths of US neurosurgeons practice some form of defensive medicine--performing additional tests and procedures out of fear of malpractice lawsuits, new research reports.





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DNA nanoswitches reveal how life's molecules connect

'Bio-molecular interaction analysis, a cornerstone of biomedical research, is traditionally accomplished using equipment that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars,' said the senior author of a new study. 'Rather than develop a new instrument, we've created a nanoscale tool made from strands of DNA that can detect and report how molecules behave, enabling biological measurements to be made by almost anyone, using only common and inexpensive laboratory reagents.'





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