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Scientists have learned how to interrupt cancer cell growth; allowing them to prevent cancer’s adaptation to treatment

https://naturalnews.com/2019-01-17-scientists-have-learned-how-to-interrupt-cancer-cell-growth.html

Scientists have learned how to interrupt cancer cell growth; allowing them to prevent cancer’s adaptation to treatment Thursday, January 17, 2019 by: Rhonda Johansson alternative medicine , cancer DNA , cancer solutions , cancer treatments , Chemotherapy , chromatin , Dangerous Medicine , gene expression , goodcancer , goodhealth , macrogenomics , natural remedies , nutrition , Oncology , research Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/190548.html Copy URL ...

Oak tree adaptation: Trees found to coordinate volume of acorns released each year in an effort to produce better reproductive results

https://naturalnews.com/2018-10-27-oak-trees-coordinate-volume-of-acorns-released-each-year.html

Oak tree adaptation: Trees found to coordinate volume of acorns released each year in an effort to produce better reproductive results Saturday, October 27, 2018 by: Janine Acero acorns , biodiversity , harvest , mast , mast year , oak trees , oaks , research , science , scientific , trees , wildlife Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/174735.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) In some years, oaks, beeches, chestnuts, and other woodland trees produce huge ...

A "bat signal" for bees? Scientists have discovered that common garden flowers have an "invisible blue halo" for attracting bees

https://naturalnews.com/2017-11-13-a-bat-signal-for-bees-scientists-have-discovered-that-common-garden-flowers-have-an-invisible-blue-halo-for-attracting-bees.html

Scientists have discovered that common garden flowers have an “invisible blue halo” for attracting bees Monday, November 13, 2017 by: Janine Acero angiosperms , bees , blue pigment , bumblebees , Ecology , environment , Evolution , flowering plants , flowers , invisible blue halo , nature communication , purple hues - (Natural News ) What was thought to be a disorder in petal surfaces of certain flowers turned out to be an ingenious adaptation to attract bumblebees which are usually found ...

Can you use manuka honey to treat wounds?

https://naturalnews.com/2022-01-24-can-you-use-manuka-honey-treat-wounds.html

Antimicrobial activity All honeys have antimicrobial action, thanks to an evolutionary adaptation of bees to prevent spoilage. "...

New research appears to confirm that Omicron came from MICE, indicating likely laboratory origins

https://naturalnews.com/2022-01-06-research-omicron-mice-laboratory-origins-natures-vaccine.html

They further found that the mutations inherent to the Moronic spike protein significantly overlap with SARS-CoV-2 mutation known to promote adaptation to mouse hosts. "...

Military lessons for preppers: How to “improvise, adapt, and overcome” challenges

https://naturalnews.com/2018-01-13-military-lessons-for-preppers-how-to-improvise-adapt-and-overcome-challenges.html

Adaptation is one facet of evolution, and through history, only those that managed to get used to their surroundings are the ones that still exist to date. ... Keeping fit and healthy helps with adaptation, because if you can’t do cardio, you won’t be able to run away from a brain-hungry zombie. "...

Geert Vanden Bossche: Vaccinating people in the middle of a pandemic promotes spread of deadly "variants"

https://naturalnews.com/2021-08-17-geert-vanden-bossche-vaccinating-during-pandemic-promotes-variants.html

Geert Vanden Bossche: Vaccinating people in the middle of a pandemic promotes spread of deadly “variants” Tuesday, August 17, 2021 by: Ethan Huff adaptation , badhealth , badmedicine , coronavirus variants , COVID , Dangerous Medicine , Geert Vanden Bossche , immune escape , infections , Plandemic , Resistance , spike proteins , superbugs , truth , vaccines Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.afinalwarning.com/544855.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Expert virologist Dr. ...

Archaeologists unearth Medieval poop that might hint at what a healthy gut microbiome looks like

https://naturalnews.com/2020-10-09-medieval-poop-hint-at-healthy-gut-microbiome.html

Gut microbiome is key to adaptation The gut microbiome plays an important role in health. ... Furthermore, it might also be crucial to human adaptation, suggested another study, published in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. "...

Scientists discover a soil bacteria that commits "ecological suicide"

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-04-scientists-discover-a-soil-bacteria-that-commits-ecological-suicide.html

Adaptation can doom an entire species instead of saving it Ecological suicide is obviously ominous. ... However, that adaptation would become dangerous if an entire species practiced it. "...

If you exercise, be sure to increase your uptake of nutritional supplements and superfoods

https://naturalnews.com/021889_exercise_supplement_nutrition.html

The exercise simulates your body, but it is the adaptation and recovery period after exercise that ultimately makes you healthier. ... Obviously, if you do not have excess nutrients available in your body at the time your body is attempting to make this adaptation, then you are not going to build strong bones. "...

Green policies return the world to coal

https://naturalnews.com/2021-10-21-green-policies-return-the-world-to-coal.html

[snip] With regards to fitness for purpose of global/regional climate models for climate adaptation decision making, an excellent summary is provided by a team of scientists from the Earth Institute and Red Cross Climate Center of Columbia University: “Climate model projections are able to capture many aspects of the climate system and so can be relied upon to guide mitigation plans and broad adaptation strategies, but the use of these models to guide local, practical adaptation ...

Surprising science – There's no such thing as clean energy

https://naturalnews.com/2020-10-08-no-such-thing-as-clean-energy.html

Climate adaptation includes helping developing countries to better respond to extreme weather events such as hurricanes. ... Climate adaptation includes helping developing countries to better respond to extreme weather events such as hurricanes. "...

Crabs are nature's "gray men" – experts are looking at how they blend in with their surroundings

https://naturalnews.com/2019-12-30-how-crabs-blend-in-with-their-surroundings.html

Crabs are nature’s “gray men” – experts are looking at how they blend in with their surroundings Monday, December 30, 2019 by: Grace Olson adaptation , animal defense , animal kingdom , animals , background matching , biodiversity , camouflage , disruptive coloration , Ecology , environment , goodscience , marine life , ocean life , Oceans , Predator , prey , research , shore crabs , weird science , wildlife Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/395205....

The brain adapts to survive: How do people with poor eyesight develop better hearing?

https://naturalnews.com/2019-10-14-brain-adapts-to-survive-develop-better-hearing.html

Monday, October 14, 2019 by: Darnel Fernandez adaptation , anophthalmia , area hMT+ , auditory cortex , auditory motion , blindness , brain function , early-life blindness , goodhealth , goodmedicine , goodscience , hearing , neurology , plasticity , research , visual motion Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/384532.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Scientific studies and anecdotal evidence suggests that people who are born blind or become blind early ...

Hiding in plain sight: Peacocks' brightly colored feathers could be camouflage that hides them from predators, suggests study

https://naturalnews.com/2019-08-27-feathers-camouflage-peacocks-from-predators.html

Hiding in plain sight: Peacocks’ brightly colored feathers could be camouflage that hides them from predators, suggests study Tuesday, August 27, 2019 by: Edsel Cook adaptation , animal behavior , animals , birds , breakthrough , camouflage , cool science , discoveries , Evolution , goodscience , peacock feathers , predators , weird science , wild animals , wildlife Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/358348.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) The words “peacock” ...

Race-based medicine misses the point: skin pigmentation impacts health and chronic disease

https://naturalnews.com/002391.html

It can burn more easily, and it is obviously an adaptation to people who lived in northern climates with relatively low sunlight. ... White skin was the adaptation that allowed humans to survive in more Northern climates where sunlight was less intense. "...

"Rip Van Winkle" plants can remain dormant for 20 years to survive through difficult times

https://naturalnews.com/2018-05-24-rip-van-winkle-plants-can-remain-dormant-for-20-years-to-survive-through-difficult-times.html

“Rip Van Winkle” plants can remain dormant for 20 years to survive through difficult times Thursday, May 24, 2018 by: Edsel Cook adaptation , dormant plants , Ecology , ecosystem , environment , Evolution , growing season , herbivores , orchid , plant dormancy , plant hibernation , Plants , science , seedlings , seeds , spring , sprouts - (Natural News ) The fictional character Rip Van Winkle slept for 20 years and missed the American Revolution. ... Find out more plant adaptation ...

Having constantly stressed ancestors may improve your own immune response to stressors, suggest research

https://naturalnews.com/2019-06-10-having-constantly-stressed-ancestors-improves-your-own-immune-response.html

Having constantly stressed ancestors may improve your own immune response to stressors, suggest research Monday, June 10, 2019 by: Edsel Cook adaptation , ancestors , discovery , energy allocation , genetics , goodhealth , goodscience , high-stress environment , immune function , immune responses , immune system , immunity , infections , invasive species , low-stress environments , research , stress , stress relief , stressful environment , stressors , survival Bypass censorship by sharing ...

Female ELK becoming super smart, learning how to avoid hunters using stealth tactics that defy humans

https://naturalnews.com/2017-09-29-female-elk-becoming-super-smart-learning-how-to-avoid-hunters-using-stealth-tactics-that-defy-humans.html

adaptation , elk , hunting , stealth tactics , wildlife - (Natural News ) We’ve all seen those photos of hunters proudly parading their latest trophy kill with a smug look of satisfaction on their face, but there is one animal you’re less likely to see in these stomach-churning photos: Female elk. ... The intelligent adaption of these female elk is a great example of nature attempting to protect itself when humans interfere with it, and it’s great to see this type of adaptation ...

RESEARCH: Dandelion leaf extract blocks spike proteins from binding to the ACE2 cell surface receptor

https://naturalnews.com/2021-06-28-dandelion-leaf-extract-blocks-spike-proteins-binding-to-ace2-receptor.html

RESEARCH: Dandelion leaf extract blocks spike proteins from binding to the ACE2 cell surface receptor Monday, June 28, 2021 by: Lance D Johnson ACE2 , ACE2 receptors , adaptation , alternative medicine , anti-viral activity , Citrus peel , dandelion leaf , goodmedicine , goodscience , Herbs , herd immunity , infections , licorice root , natural medicine , pandemic , plant medicines , prevention , remedies , spike protein , spike proteins , viral attachment , viral replication , waning vaccine ...