How to Heal a Sore Throat with these Natural Solutions

Elizabeth Renter | As with most symptoms, your body will recover once the irritating cause has been defeated. Strengthening your body’s defenses through hydration and a healthy diet is crucial. Most importantly, remember to share how to heal a sore throat naturally with friends and family.
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Would you swallow a data-tracking Big Pharma “smart” pill?

Natural Society | They’ve got $1 trillion in annual profits to protect

This state set the record by powering 6 million homes with solar energy

Natural Society | The shift to renewable energy isn’t always easy
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The biggest lies told by the food industry

S.D. Wells | There's no wasting time here. People must know

“Grid Jihad”: What if you had one week to prepare for the end of...

Daisy Luther | With September 11 fast approaching, so too does the risk of another terrorist attack on US soil.

U.S. agribusiness licking its chops over thawed Cuba relations

Andrea Germanos | This week's news about Cuba represents a 'tremendous opportunities for Iowa corn farmers,' one farmer says
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Nestle seeks more groundwater to expand Michigan plant

Natural Society | They're putting profits over people - and the environment - yet again
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DETOX yourself from these everyday items that could be wreaking havoc on your hormones

Natural News | Do you know that some of the everyday things we take for granted are teeming with toxins that harm our health?
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Icy cold and cut services create dangerous perfect storm for homeless

Jon Queally | With number of people without permanent housing rising nationwide and services for them falling, near-zero temperatures put thousands at severe risk

Obama to send 3,000 troops into Ebola hot zone

J.D. Heyes | As the Ebola virus spreads throughout West Africa, President Obama has just done something which almost guarantees that it will spread to the United States: He has ordered 3,000 U.S. troops into the Ebola hot zone

Urban disasters: Have these 20 items on you if you want to make it...

Tess Pennington | From previous disasters, we find clarification and better ways to prepare

CDC whistleblower’s secret letter to Gerberding released by Natural News as mainstream media desperately...

Mike Adams | The CDC whistleblower who has come forward with proof that the CDC knowingly covered up scientific evidence linking the MMR vaccine to autism has now been revealed as William W. Thompson, PhD

Our Patent System Incentivizes Drug Companies To Pay Doctors Kickbacks

Tech Dirt | If we want to stop such practices, perhaps, rather than just suing the pharmaceutical companies, we start to look at the ridiculous incentive structure we've set up, whereby drug companies take on very little of the actual risk, but are given incredibly powerful monopolies, such that the prices are considered unbelievable.

Overhyped electric cars and ethanol are ‘greenwashed’ scams that ultimately cause more pollution than...

Julie Wilson | Driving an electric vehicle may not be as green as you might think, especially if you're living in a region that produces most of its electricity by burning coal
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Radiowaves from wireless earbuds may carcinogenic, scientists warn

Intellihub | Scientists warn: Wearing wireless earbuds may lead to cancer risk due to their close proximity to the brain.

Genetically Engineered Trees for Bioenergy Pose Major Threat to Southern Forests

Anne Petermann | In response to industry plans to develop eucalyptus plantations across the US South, environmental groups are raising serious concerns about the impacts of eucalyptus plantations on forests, rural communities, wildlife and the climate – especially if those trees are genetically engineered.

Fukushima Radiation More Than 10 Times The Normal Level Is Detected On California Beaches

Michael Snyder | Multiple independent tests have confirmed that levels of nuclear radiation are being detected on California beaches that are more than 10 times the normal level.

How to naturally cure tooth decay and gum disease

Carolanne Wright | Natural methods for a beautiful smile
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US Supreme Court backs coal profits over public health

Lauren McCauley | Campaigners warn that power plant ruling threatens to delay critical safeguards, fails to account for savings to human health and environment

Landmark study underscores wide-ranging benefits of pesticide-free farming

By Deirdre Fulton | 'Significant nutritional differences' between organic and non-organic foods, shows research
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Study: 240 cubic miles of magma is swirling under California supervolcano | " The long history of volcanic activity in the Long Valley area indicates that future eruptions will occur"

U.S. state makes it illegal to collect evidence of pollution on public property

John Vibes | Even collecting evidence or photos from a national park could lead to criminal charges

Chikungunya: What is it, and how can you avoid it?

Lily Dane | Move over, MERS – there’s a new virus in town

Why statins side effects may (literally) be killing you

Aurora Geib | Millions of Americans take statins to lower their cholesterol levels
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30,000 year old virus to be resurrected played out in the X-Files?

Heather Callaghan | News expressing the intentions of researchers to trudge up a 30,000-year-old “franken-virus” has been met with fear and concern

BLM planned to kill hundreds of endangered tortoises last year

John Vibes | Government agency planned to kill hundreds of endangered tortoises last year, now they want to save them by invading a Nevada rancher
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‘Unusual mortality event’: 30 dead whales off Alaska prompts NOAA probe

RT | The mysterious death of at least 30 whales off the coast of Alaska over the past three months has forced the US federal authorities to declare an “unusual mortality event,”
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Big Island roads become inaccessible, small explosion detected as lava flow enters ocean

Intellihub | Responders from the National Guard and USGS work overtime to keep residents safe from Madam Pele's destruction as conditions on the Big Island worsen

Arizona cardiologist responds to critics regarding measles and vaccines

Natural News | I was asked my opinion on vaccinations in response to the current measles outbreaks that have occurred at Disneyland in California

US law says no ‘oil’ spilled in Arkansas, exempting Exxon from cleanup dues

RT | The central Arkansas spill caused by Exxon’s aging Pegasus pipeline has reportedly unleashed 10,000 barrels of Canadian heavy crude - but a technicality says it's not oil, letting the energy giant off the hook from paying into a national cleanup fund.