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Three reasons to try kohlrabi - a cancer-fighting, heart healthy, fiber rich veggie

By Michelle: (NaturalNews) Sometimes called a German Turnip, kohlrabi is a round tuber veggie in the same family that has produced broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage. It has a tough as nails exterior, but once you discover what is inside, you'll be hooked! Their taste is similar to broccoli stems but milder and with more of a crunch.

Kohlrabi is very rich in vitamin C (just one cup will give you 138 percent of your recommended daily allowance!), antioxidants, and potassium.

Berkeley orders mobile phone vendors to warn buyers of radiation risk; industry front group still hiding cancer link from public

By Benson: (NaturalNews) The progressive California town of Berkeley has passed a new resolution mandating that the safety information typically buried deep within the fine print of mobile phone user manuals instead be emblazoned as a prominent safety warning that consumers will actually notice and acknowledge.

Common sunscreen chemicals disrupt hormones, can lead to endometriosis and low sperm count

By Johnson: (NaturalNews) There's a lot of fear and misunderstanding when it comes to the sun. Afraid of being burned, consumers are quick to lather on sunscreen chemicals to block out the sun's rays. This is done without understanding what these chemicals are and what they do to the body's natural hormone levels. It's also very easy to neglect the importance of daily sunlight exposure. To maintain a healthy immune system, one should embrace 15-30 minutes of sun exposure each day, instead of avoiding it.

Eliminate hypertension and its deadly side effects naturally

By Landsman: (NaturalNews) Are you sitting down? This statistic will blow your mind: About 70 million people, in the United States, have high blood pressure – that's 1 in every 3 adults, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. To make matters worse, the financial costs associated with hypertension is a staggering $46 billion per year – with no successful solution offered by Western medicine except 'take your medicine.'

Vaccines and autism: Epidemic accelerates as cases in young vaccinated children explode unabated

By Huff: (NaturalNews) The UK is facing an unprecedented number of new autism cases, according to new research. Figures in Scotland, which are among the most comprehensive available in the British isles, reveal that the autism rate among students at Scottish schools is up 1,360% percent since 1998, with no perceivable end in sight.

Minnesota teen left brain dead after dental surgery to remove her wisdom teeth

By Devon:(NaturalNews) A routine dental procedure suddenly descended into darkness for one Minnesota teen. When 17-year-old Sydney Galleger went in for surgery to have her wisdom teeth removed, she must have been nervous, but nothing could have prepared her for what she was about to face. No one saw it coming.

Warner Bros. pursues revisionist history to remove Confederate flag from Dukes of Hazzard car

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) An icon of a hit 1970s-era comedy has been reduced to a symbol of overt racism by thought and speech police who are seeking to get Americans' minds right through demonization and attacks on the First Amendment.

Now, it seems, the famous orange Dodge Charger of Dukes of Hazzard fame is "racist" because it is named the "General Lee" and it sports the battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia – now commonly referred to as "the Confederate flag" – on its top.

Amazon issues gag order to staff: don't answer customer questions about Nazi symbols and the Confederate flag

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) Online retail giant Amazon.com is refusing to allow its customer service representatives to answer questions about why the merchandiser has decided to end its sales of Confederate flags while continuing to permit the purchase of Nazi paraphernalia, Natural News has learned.

In a chat session with an Amazon customer service rep, Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, inquired, without success, the impetus behind the company's decision.

Asthma, ticks and heatstroke: Here’s what climate change could mean for your health

By DURRIE BOUSCAREN :Sure, climate change means average temperatures are getting higher and sea levels are rising. But here are some repercussions that hit closer to home, affecting public health.

In St. Louis especially, those concerns include intensified pollen counts, more frequent stretches of extreme heat and worse tick seasons. All are detailed in the National Climate Assessment, a compilation of research published by the federal government last year. Environmental organizations shined a spotlight on the report Wednesday at a press conference in St. Louis.