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This website perpetuates lies and pseudoscience. Countless times, this website denies science and perpetuates misinformation, sometimes with a dangerous nature. When one sees that they sell alternative "medicine", it becomes clear that this is nothing better than a pure scam.
Pushes a wide range of #quackery, not all innocuous, and spouts dangerous misinformation. Dangerous in the sense of "tries to frighten people away from lifesaving medical treatment in order to make a fast buck from their misfortunes"
It is more than probable at least some of the therapies and/or claims they make are illegal in countries less lax than the USA as regards consumer health & protection.
Run by Mike Adams, nicknamed the "Health Danger" and no bloody wonder.
#conspiracy #homeopathy #detox #supplements
One of the least reputable places to get accurate information. The site is run by Mike Adams who is devoid of any integrity whatsoever and makes millions every year playing on the fear of others. He uses fear mongering, misinformation, and scare tactics to sell you bogus products. Mike Adams will post any claim to any conspiracy theory no matter how crazy it is. Mike Adams has even encouraged those on his site to murder people at one point.
Promotion of blatantly false quackery such as homeopathy, conspiracies, astrology, chemtrails, vitamin C megadosing and other "miracle" "natural" "cures" ...
Anti-vaccine, anti-science, anti-biotech, anti-GMO, anti-pharmacy...
Vitriolic, irrational sensationalism such as quoting out of context abounds in the site itself and in the site owner's responses to negative comments on WOT...
While it is easy to dismiss this sort of mindless irrationality as a relatively harmless annoyance in the grand scheme of things, I am quite concerned about the effect of naturealnews and similar web sites and books on the minds of children. In particular, the long-term psychological impact of the irrational delusion such exposure may bring about, or even the delusion itself, may stay with affected individuals through adulthood. This may in turn influence *their* children, and so on.
This is yet another quack, anti-science, anti-vaccine and voodoo fake medicine, conspiracy, and random sensationalism site. WARNING! If you use this website as a source of medical advice, you risk the health of yourself, your family, your children, and everyone with whom your family comes into contact.
get your fake health cures (including cancer!) here, naturally
The Original Hamster20-05-2014
Anti-scientific quackery that has its own store. How cute.
Despite trying to market itself as a news source about natural products and the lifestyles associated with it, NaturalNews.com appears to be little more than a source of fearmongering and pseudoscientific claims, including ones about vaccination and GMOs. I am a critic of the pharmaceutical and medical industries myself, and I likewise have some concerns about bioengineering; however, these criticisms are at least intellectually honest. I wouldn't say the same for NaturalNews.com.
Fear-mongering psuedo-science, quackery, conspiracy theories and "proving" outlandish claims out of whole cloth. Site seems to think if its authors shout out hyperbole about how the sky is falling loudly enough, followers will be converted. "HItler" and "Nazi" metaphors run rampant. Climate change deniers and anti-vaxxers may find this approach comforting, but to me this reeks of stale-urine-yellow journalism.