Just utter, utter nonsense. And dangerous nonsense at times too.
Although the quality of articles differ from contributor to contributor, NaturalNews.com often quote news from mainstream media. I applaud the warnings against recalled medicines, and the science of some alternative therapies and medicine. Rarely used therapies does not necessarily mean not successfully used or scientifically proven.
The site encourages readers to question authority, and this perhaps is why many are against the website.
Full of complete pseudoscientific nonsense. Health Ranger? No. HEALTH DANGER.
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
I don't understand. A while ago this site was commented on as being a great site. Now, however its vilified with no just cause seeing as its content has not changed in the least from back then.
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.
Bold claims, no citation.
Recommends the use of unproven, often dangerous pseudoscience in place of real medicine. The information on this site cannot be trusted; please refer to more reputable, evidence-based sites such as nhsdirect.nhs.uk (if you're in the UK).