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University of Southern California unveils "dismantle whiteness" mural in latest insane attack on people based on the color of their skin

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 17:06
(Natural News) Students majoring in communications and journalism at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles are now being forced to walk beneath a giant anti-white billboard that was recently placed above the threshold to the building where their classes are held, according to shocking new reports. That’s because the school recently gave...

Cure your depression by making these simple dietary changes

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 17:03
(Natural News) The sun is out. The birds are singing. The flowers are blooming. So you can’t explain why you’re feeling low. Something just isn’t right. It could be the food you’re eating. May Simpkin, a leading nutritionist in the United Kingdom, says people who consume a lot of processed foods and sugar are more...

Scientists develop new sensor that tracks everything you eat... and you wear it on your TEETH

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 17:02
(Natural News) Because of various technological advances, we now have gadgets and devices that can help us track anything from our heartbeat to our sleep patterns. Now, researchers from Tufts University have unveiled a new sensor that can be worn on teeth and records what a person eats or drinks in one day. The sensor can be...

"Trust crisis" looms over tech industry as public grows weary of privacy scandals

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:58
(Natural News) It’s a bad time to be an internet user. Despite the many technological advancements that have made it possible for more people to get online and connect with each other, along with all of the many online services that can be enjoyed by almost anyone by doing nothing more than simply tapping a...

People who follow the Paleo diet should consume more fish to truly eat like a caveman, study finds

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:57
(Natural News) Researchers at Lund University in Sweden uncovered what cave dwellers ate in southern Scandinavia during the Paleolithic period. In their study, they found that a large part of the Stone Age people’s diet was composed of fish. The researchers – who are osteologists, in particular – combined chemical analyses of human bones from more...

Obesity now a sign of POVERTY rather than wealth, 70-year-old study concludes... richer people tend to be slimmer

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:56
(Natural News) While it was previously believed that being fat was a status symbol, a study has determined that it is now a sign of poverty. Based on data from 1946 concerning child obesity, by the end of wartime rationing, children were consuming more calories. However, these kids were slimmer and healthier on average compared...

Repurposing wine leftovers: Waste from grapes found to have many uses, from natural food preservatives to cosmetic ingredients

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:51
(Natural News) No parts will be wasted in winemaking anymore, as researchers found a way to make use of the waste from grapes. The researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln discovered that wine leftovers – seeds, stalks, and skins – can be used as natural food preservatives as well as ingredients in cosmetic products. In the process...

Disgusting left-wing logic forces schools to blacklist conservative teachers... views steeped in "whiteness" go against social justice theories

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:47
(Natural News) Conservative students who aspire to one day become teachers won’t stand a chance if two racist professors at the University of North Carolina – Charlotte (UNC-C) get their way. Erin Miller, a white woman, and Tehia Stark-Glass, a black woman, say that educators of the future can’t hold conservative viewpoints because anything other...

“Young onset” colon cancer has quadrupled in the past two decades: One woman, 34, thought it was indigestion caused by stress

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:39
(Natural News) If you thought colon cancer was one of those diseases that you only need to worry about once you’ve reached an advanced age, we’ve got some sobering news for you: Millennials have a four-times greater chance of developing rectal tumors and double the risk of having colon tumors. These numbers are only expected...

Dietary supplement made from vitamin B3 provides same benefits as calorie restriction for improving arterial health, reversing cardiovascular aging

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:38
(Natural News) We all have a vested interest in delaying the aging process as much as possible, and that doesn’t just apply to what we look like cosmetically. As we get visibly older on the outside, all the “plumbing” on the inside starts showing some wear and tear, too. Our arteries, heart and other organs...

Destructive fishing methods, like explosives and poison, are still being used in the Philippines; coral reefs in danger

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:37
(Natural News) Anyone who has tried snorkeling under the sea can attest to the breathtaking beauty that awaits them. Corals of different colors, shapes, and sizes are everywhere. Fish — striped, silvery, slim, fat, etc. — swim past. It’s an entire universe unto itself. Sadly, this underwater paradise is under extreme threat, no thanks to...

The scientific way to brew the perfect cup of coffee every time

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:28
(Natural News) You won’t have to worry about how your coffee will taste like every time you make one, as researchers found a way to brew the perfect cup of coffee consistently. In their study, the researchers looked at the factors that are involved in making espresso coffee – grinding and packing the ground coffee,...

NASA now allowing scientists to use nuclear power sources for future space missions

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 16:27
(Natural News) The resumption of domestic production of plutonium-238 has led NASA to reconsider the use of nuclear power sources in its future planetary science missions, according to an article from Space.com. Back in December 2017, NASA needed to conserve its dwindling stockpile of nuclear fuel for the Mars 2020 rover and other, more critical missions....

City life is KILLING humanity: 95% of humans living today are breathing polluted air, mostly from cities

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 01:29
(Natural News) Even if you don’t have any unhealthy habits, something that you do every day could be killing you: breathing. A new report from the Health Effects Institute shows that more than 95 percent of the people on our planet are breathing in air that is unsafe. Unfortunately, it’s those who live in the...

Paranoid health loons now claim SHOWERING is bad for you

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 01:26
(Natural News) Now, suddenly, after centuries of evolution, humans who wish to cleanse their bodies of potentially infectious substances are overdoing it and actually harming themselves in the process. Yes, the daily shower has now been added to the long and growing list of things deemed unhealthy, unsanitary, and downright dangerous by hacks whose primary...

New biochemical leaching process uses corn stover to recover rare earth metals from electronic waste

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 01:04
(Natural News) A study has determined that aside from being used as fodder or bedding, corn stover can be used as feedstock for a new biochemical leaching process. This revolutionary process helps recover valuable rare earth metals from electronic waste. The biochemical leaching process is similar to a mining process and it requires the use of...

Hydrogen-bromide flow batteries could soon power the renewable energy industry (but release a dangerous, toxic gas)

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 01:04
(Natural News) An energy storage concept from the Radical ’60s could solve the biggest problem of the wind energy sector. In an article published in ScienceDaily, Kansas researchers have developed a viable hydrogen-bromine flow battery that could store excess electricity during the night. Anyone who has been in the Midwest is bound to run across a wind...

Scientists have developed new semiconductors that are more environmentally friendly

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 00:53
(Natural News) Concerned with the prevalence of useful but toxic perovskites in photovoltaic cells, a group of Iowa-based researchers devised alternative materials. They reported creating cheaper and eco-friendly semiconductors with similar performance, according to a ScienceDaily article. Perovskites are light-gathering materials used as semiconductors in solar panels. While highly efficient – called “wonder materials” by...

Connected but isolated: Experts say that more people just want to give birthday gifts online rather than seeing them in person

Sun, 04/22/2018 - 00:50
(Natural News) In recent years, the Internet has morphed into a platform where people can do just about anything. One of these, according to a recent study, is the act of gift-giving. More people are now engaging in online gift-giving, or the giving of gifts through social networks. This phenomenon has become so prevalent that...

How much poop do you poo-duce in your lifetime? Check out these shocking figures

Sat, 04/21/2018 - 17:36
(Natural News) How much poop will you produce in your lifetime? It may not be a question you’ve mulled over, but it’s one that has definitive answers. A normal person will put out an average of 14 to 17 oz (or 400 to 500 g) of poop everyday, at a rate of roughly 0.8 in...