Most, if not all presented on this site is pseudo science, misinformation, cherry picked science, or outright lies.
This site exists for one reason and one reason only. To sell you something, that something being, the site sells or gets a kickback from. And what it sells is usually something that will not work, do what it claims, is misinformation, or is harmful, and/or potentially deadly.
You can not trust anything on "naturalnews". The real facts are on "Nature.com", and other real trueful science sites.
Natural News seems to think that whatever medical science has proven is incorrect. They promote nonsense that contradicts scientific evidence and is potentially dangerous to people struggling with serious health problems.
Anti-science #quackery site that promotes (and sells) a variety of "natural" cures to life-threatening illnesses whilst claiming that modern evidence-based medicine is actively trying to harm you.
This site is also home to a variety of medical conspiracy theories, most recently obsessing over Ebola with claims that scientists are lying, the CDC is covering up the "truth" about Ebola being airborne, the government is suppressing a herbal cure for Ebola [these are all real articles] etc.
A sewer of science denial, pseudo-science, and quackery run by the lunatic Mike Adams. Everyone involved with this dangerous, misleading and paranoid site should be involuntarily committed.
The studies and articles are junk science, containing cherry-picked information or discredited studies by some of medicines greatest scam-artists. Many of the studies cited in fact state the OPPOSITE conclusions of the articles themselves.
A good rule of thumb is that if it is on Natural news, its misleading or fraudulent
This website and it's creator are spreading fear and misinformation in regards to food and health . His recent post calling for extermination of proponents of gmo technology was extremely disturbing and should anyone get hurt from his wishes I think he should be arrested . This page creates fear and then profits from it ..
Not based on science. Promotes questionable medical practices and treatments. Promotes conspiracy theories about vaccination and medical treatments. Abuses site ranking algorithms by linking to their own sites as sources and other unreliable sites.
Most of the information presented on this website is based on scientific evidence. Most information sources are cited and/or hyperlinked so the reader can verify them. I would not have any problem with my kids using this site as a source for school reports, etc.