Thursday, April 1, 2010

Judge overturns medical patents on human genes (and other news)

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In astonishing news, a U.S. judge has struck down seven patents on human genes that were "owned" by corporations. This news is sending shockwaves through the biotech industry, which claims it currently owns 20% of your human genetic code!

Read why human freedom depends on ending corporate patents on genes and seeds:

And did you know that so-called "genetic breakthroughs" are often completely bogus?

NIH researchers, meanwhile, are hiding their financial ties to drug companies:

More news continues below on olive oil fraud, obesity vs. speed of eating and much more... 

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Judge strikes fear into biotech industry with nullification of patents on human genes BRCA1
(NaturalNews) As NaturalNews readers already know, corporations and universities right now claim intellectual property ownership over roughly twenty percent of your genetic code. This absurdity has occurred due to bizarre operations of the U.S. Patent...

NIH researchers are up-front about their support from drug companies, right? Wrong!
(NaturalNews) Medical research that is sponsored by drug companies has long been a conundrum. After all, scientists often welcome the big bucks of the drug industry in order to finance their studies -- but can they be totally objective when they are supported...

Gary Schwartz discusses the G.O.D. experiments on the Natural News Talk Hour
(NaturalNews) This week's NaturalNews Talk Hour features Gary Schwartz, Ph.D talking about "The G.O.D. Experiments - Scientific Truths Revealed about G.O.D." Divine intelligence is REAL. This show reveals how science is recognizing the true essence of...

Genetic breakthrough findings often bogus, even when in medical journals
(NaturalNews) Many scientific "breakthroughs" widely reported in the popular press are actually false, warn researchers Marcus Munafo of the University of Bristol and Jonathan Flint of Oxford University, writing in The Guardian.

Four Natural Ways Help You Look and Feel Younger
At a time in history when all the rage is in looking and feeling young, there are a couple of things to understand. Most important: looking and feeling young doesn't come from pills or chemical based potions. It comes from healthy, chemical...

Twenty percent of hospital patients have diabetes
(NaturalNews) The National Health Service (NHS) of the U.K. recently conducted an audit of its hospital patients and found that 20 percent of them have diabetes. Many of these patients had been admitted to the hospital to be treated for conditions caused...

How to Avoid Olive Oil Deceptions that Harm Health
When you buy olive oil labeled Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil, you think you're getting the best of all possible salad oils. If it is what the label says, especially if it's from Italy, you assume that you are getting the healthiest...

Britain Becoming Nation of Pill-Poppers as Rates Skyrocket
(NaturalNews) Prescription rates in the United Kingdom have been rising rapidly, showing an increasing reliance on drugs to treat everything from allergies to obesity, according to a report released by the National Health Service (NHS) Information...

Obesity: Trouble is Caused by Eating Quickly
Have you ever been told to eat your food slowly? Parents often encourage their children to eat at a moderate rate and chew their food completely. It turns out that this is good advice. Recent research, conducted by three independent groups...

National Health Service Recruits Six Times More Bureaucrats than Nurses
The flaws of Britain's failed state health system have been highlighted again and again in recent years, and now the National Health Service has responded - by hiring an additional 5,000 administrators. The NHS Information Centre released...

Superfood Cereals: A review of the most delicious and nutritious superfoods for morning meals
(NaturalNews) I grew up eating a lot of cereal. Sadly, it wasn't the healthiest stuff, either: Lucky Charms, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops and other sugary processed foods drowned in pasteurized, processed cow's milk. Sometimes I wonder how I ever survived...


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